Upper Kinnadie Farmhouse, Auchnagatt, Ellon, Aberdeenshire | Offers in excess of £205,000 | 4 bedroom Detached
- 4 bedrooms
Upper Kinnadie enjoys a tranquil situation and is surrounded by open countryside.Lot 1 of 3.EPC Rating E.
Lot 1 Upper Kinnadie Farmhouse About 0.42 acres | EPC Rating E
Upper Kinnadie Farmhouse is a delightful traditional farmhouse built of stone under a slate roof and enjoys a southerly aspect. Spanning two floors, the property provides spacious accommodation and maintains many period features including restored pine woodwork, high ceilings and cornicing. The property enjoys an attractive rural location within easy reach of Aberdeen, situated just 26 miles north of the Granite City.
The property is entered through the front door into a welcoming hall with restored pine doors leading to the ground floor accommodation and a matching turn staircase leading to the first floor.
The main focal point of the dual aspect sitting room is the feature fireplace with attractive inlay tiles. This light and spacious room benefits from deep skirting boards and cornicing. The room has southerly views over open farmland.
The bright and airy east facing dining kitchen benefits from a walk-in larder partially panelled in original restored tongue and groove pine with integral shelf unit.
Bedroom 2 is a large south facing room with built-in cupboard. The family bathroom completes the accommodation on the ground floor.
The staircase leads to Bedroom 4 on a mezzanine floor. Off the first floor landing is the master bedroom, Bedroom 3 and large storage cupboard.
Full planning was granted in 2010 to extend the farmhouse to create another bathroom, utility room and front sun porch (ref: B/APP/2010/2989).
Upper Kinnadie is set within extensive walled garden grounds mainly laid to lawn. An attractive old stone building stands in the grounds and could be renovated to provide garages or an annexe (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents). The sellers have designed and created the now mature garden. There are well stocked beds and borders with a variety of interesting trees and bushes including plum, apple and elder trees. There is a very productive fruit and vegetable garden and a pond to add to the atmosphere of the garden. There is also a terrace area ideal for al fresco dining.
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Lot 2 Upper Kinnadie Steading About 0.54 acres
Upper Kinnadie Steading is an unconverted large traditional U shaped stone and slate steading. Full planning permission has been granted
(ref: B/APP/2008/1898) to convert this building into two 4 and 3 bedroom dwellinghouses with garage.
This property represents a fine development opportunity and would make a stunning family home. The Aberdeenshire local plan is totally supportive of the conversion of non-residential vernacular buildings to single dwellings. We consider that this is the case for Upper Kinnadie Steading.
Lot 3 Land at Upper Kinnadie About 6.13 acres
There is approximately 6.13 acres of grazing land adjacent to the farmhouse and steading divided into 2 paddocks. The paddocks are fenced and are watered.
Upper Kinnadie enjoys a tranquil situation and is surrounded by open countryside. Situated 26 miles north of Aberdeen City centre, Upper Kinnadie is ideally situated for swift access to Aberdeen.
Aberdeen, the “Oil Capital of Europe” provides all the ancillary, leisure, recreational, shopping, entertainment and cultural facilities one would expect of a city. Aberdeen’s status as the “Oil Capital” provides the city with an international airport and an ever-expanding range of domestic and European flights. There are also regular inter-city services from the city’s railway station.
About 2 miles north of Upper Kinnadie is the village of Stuartfield which includes a general store, butcher, pub and primary school. Secondary Schooling is provided 5 miles away in Mintlaw. Most shopping will be in prosperous town of Ellon (8 miles). The popular town of Ellon provides an extensive range of amenities including supermarkets, bakers, retail shops, cafes, pubs, hotels, library, community centre and an 18 hole golf course. Regular public transport is available to and from Aberdeen. The property is extremely well placed for the industrial estates of Bridge of Don, Ellon, and Dyce and to the north, Fraserburgh, Peterhead and St Fergus.