- Desirable semi-rural location.
- Vaulted ceiling lounge with log burner.
- Dining room with log burner.
- Large fully fenced garden with stone firepit and seating area.
- Attractive well presented farmhouse in walk in condition.
Deena Aranci of Keller Williams Caledonia is delighted to bring to the market this beautifully presented spacious farmhouse in the desirable semi-rural location of Longmorn, close to Millbuies Country Park. This attractive property has been well maintained and stylishly modernised inside.
Upon entering the property via the bright porch, the tone is perfectly set for what you will find throughout this home. The plush tartan carpet in modern tones has been newly fitted as have the spindles in the staircase which is one of the many attractive features of this impressive home.
To the left you enter the generous dining room which has a window to the front offering peaceful views of the pretty front garden and the countryside beyond. The flooring is hard wood, there is a log burner and from one end there's a glass door leading to the lounge. This room opens into the modern kitchen which is separated by a large island. The island has an induction hob and four storage drawers and seating area at the other side. The kitchen has been well thought out with lots of cupboard space, wine rack, wooden worktops, standing height double ovens and large American style fridge freezer. From the kitchen you enter the magnificent vaulted ceiling lounge, which has the original stone wall, hard wood floor and a huge log burner. This impressive room is flooded with natural light thanks to the number of windows and there are French doors leading out to the rear garden. They layout of these rooms provides the perfect social space for family and guest alike.
Back into the kitchen you can access the utility room, where there is the back door, a well sized storage cupboard for coats and shoes and a door leading to the Jack and Jill bathroom which has a free-standing roll top bath with shower. The well-proportioned first bedroom is through the second door in this bathroom and is currently being used as a dressing room. Leaving this room, you enter back into the hall where there is a large under stairs storage cupboard and the third reception room. This sizeable room has a hard wood floor, a board and batten feature wall and is currently being used as a bar for entertaining friends and family.
Moving upstairs you reach a landing halfway up where there are two grey wall panels. One of them opens up to reveal a fabulous secret room with a window that overlooks the rear garden and the countryside beyond. This room could make an ideal playroom for slightly older children. At the top of the stairs is another large storage cupboard and two further generous bedrooms that benefit from en-suite shower rooms and walk in wardrobes. Whatever window you look out of this property you can enjoy the beautiful views this area has to offer.
The large beautifully kept garden has been fully fenced to make it suitable and safe for dogs plus the driveway has been extended by the current owners. A stone firepit has also been installed with a seating area beside it to provide a comfortable outdoor space for socialising and enjoying the views of the open countryside.
If you are looking for a traditional home with charming features and a mix of modern interiors this home provides all that in abundance. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the space this home has to offer and the strength of location.
This beautiful farmhouse is ideally placed in the attractive semi-rural location of Longmorn, close to Millbuies Country Park which is only a couple of miles south of Elgin. The city of Elgin which is a short drive away is a cathedral city and is situated on the A96, which gives a direct route to Aberdeen and Inverness. Elgin provides all the facilities one would expect with modern-day living. Excellent educational establishments are available locally including school and higher education along with the world-famous Gordonstoun School nearby. It boasts numerous leisure facilities including, health clubs, swimming pools and local golf courses. Banks, restaurants, cafés, bars, local shops, supermarkets, and national chain stores can be found in and around the city. RAF Lossiemouth is within easy reach as is the Moray Coast is with a choice of spectacular walks on pebbled and sandy beaches with an abundance of wildlife including ospreys, dolphins, seals, and whales often to be seen along this World Heritage coastline and Speyside, the heart of the Whisky Country.
Council tax band: E