3 bed House - Semi-Detached Sold Subject to Contract
UNDER OFFER - A beautifully situated and immaculately presented three bedroom semi-detached home with many features, not least the fantastic extended gardens. This desirable family home offers accommodation over two floors and sits on grounds of circ 0.2 acres. Entering through the front door in to the welcoming entrance hall there is a door leading into the airy and bright sitting room and further doors leading to the ground floor third bedroom, freshly fitted stylish shower and utility area which leads into the smart kitchen and dining area as well as the sun room which overlooks the fantastic garden space. On the first floor there are two generously proportioned and light double bedrooms. To the rear of the house is a large and well kept garden area with a variety of landscaped areas including a decked area, patio, greenhouse and shed whilst to the front there is a decorative gravelled area to the immediate curtilage of the property which is bounded with fencing and there is a further large amenity area across from the home which is currently utilised for a number of purposes including keeping chickens and growing vegetables, wood storage and seasoning as well as housing a large and useful timber shed. This is a perfect and manageable home in a special location with unusually generous grounds and amenity that will suit a variety of purchasers, viewing is highly recommended. Energy Performance Certificate Rating E, Council Tax Band A
Strathmashie lies just outside of the village of Laggan, situated in the Central Highlands of Scotland is surrounded by the Strathmashie Community Woodlands, Monadhliath and Grampian mountain ranges and near the source of the River Spey, one of Scotland's finest fishing rivers. Living here provides the opportunity to explore the peaceful, majestic countryside with the chance to see a wide variety of wildlife from Golden Eagle or Osprey to Red Deer Stag and Pine Martin. There is an abundance of wild flowers, plants and trees along with excellent walking and cycling opportunities not least the well respected Laggan Wolftrax on your doorstep.
The 90's hit BBC drama series "Monarch of the Glen" was set in the Scottish Highlands in fictitious Glenbogle with much of the filming done in the surrounding area. As well as having the opportunity to explore 'Glenbogle', and to see the stunning scenic locations used in the next 007 Bond movie and the Netflix TV series The Crown, the area is an excellent location for all outdoor activities, including fishing in the River Spey and surrounding lochs, Hill Walking and Mountaineering, Golf with several courses in the area, Pony Trekking, Mountain Biking and Ski-ing.
The City of Inverness, the commercial and business capital of the Highlands of Scotland, is approximately 52 miles away. The Airport is located approximately 9 miles to the East of the city and provides an increasing variety of domestic, European and International flights. Inverness also has excellent bus and rail connections to Edinburgh, Glasgow and other major Scottish cities and throughout the Highlands, as well as London. The main railway line also stops at nearby Kingussie.
Upon entering the welcoming entrance hall you can feel the sense of calm that this inviting home exudes. There are doors to the sitting room, bedroom three, shower room and utility in addition to laminate wood flooring and stairs leading to the first floor bedrooms. Underneath the stairs, there is ample space which is ideal for storing footwear and other items.
This beautifully warm and cosy sitting room is focused around a fireplace which houses a wood burning stove on a slate hearth and surround, making it the ideal place to kick back and relax with family whatever the weather. Twin windows to the front flood the room with natural light and a further door leads through to the kitchen and dining area. There is ample space for lounge furniture and the current owners have a neat home working space arranged in the room as well.
A sizeable and attractive kitchen which is well stocked with a range of base, wall and drawer units with complementary worktop and contrasting tiled splashbacks. There are two picture windows overlooking the rear gardens and there is a sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap, space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. There is space for a small dining table and chairs and a particular feature of the room is the woodburning stove and seating area which offers a cosy corner to sit and read or speak to the chef as dinner is prepared. There is a recessed and shelved display area and a further door leads through to the utility.
The generously proportioned utility area has a door to the outside areas and provides ample space for shelved storage and is ideal for removing outerwear and muddy boots after a long walk in the surrounding Strathmashie Community Woodland. The water cylinder is located in a cupboard here and there are further doors through to the sun room and back to the entrance hall.
With glazing to three sides and patio doors which lead out to the decked area and gardens, this is a beautifully sunny and relaxing space.
This ground floor double bedroom has a window to the front offering good natural light.
A wonderful, modern and stylish shower room comprising of a fitted wall vanity unit with integral storage and wc with chrome flush controls and concealed cistern, wash hand basin with mixer tap, a large enclosure with glass doors and electric shower. There is a single opaque window to the side of the property and there is wet wall to the shower and one wall and a designer towel radiator.
There are doors to bedrooms one and two in addition to a storage cupboard.
A bright and spacious double bedroom with some beautiful hill views from the large picture window to the front. There is ample room for bedroom furniture and there is an eaves cupboard for storage.
Another light double bedroom with a large picture window to the side of the house which floods the room with natural light.
A particular feature of the home are the fantastic gardens which extend to circa 0.2 acres in total. To the front of the house there are easily maintained grounds with decorative gravel chips and planted shrub borders which create a variety of colour and interest. A paved path leads around to the side of the house and there is a greenhouse and oil fired boiler. To the rear of the house is a wonderful lawned area which extends into a sunken garden, patio and various seating areas in addition to a timber deck which combine to offer excellent amenity and interest. There is a shed which is ideal for garden tool storage. Across from the house is a further garden area which provides ample parking and further amenity. There is a large log store, a sizeable timber shed and a separately fenced area which is used fro free range hens and enjoys a poly tunnel.
It is understood that there is a private water supply, mains drainage and electricity. There is oil fired central heating.
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EPC Rating E
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Grantown on Spey
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