Keller Williams Caledonia local property expert Deena Aranci is delighted to bring to the market this two-bedroom lower cottage flat. Positioned on a lovely corner plot at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the peaceful village of Lhanbryde.
The property offers bright and spacious living all on one level. Entering via a vestibule which leads to a generous sized lounge diner that has an electric firplace and large window which offers a pleasant view towards the Crooked Woods. The modern kitchen has a large storage cupboard and back door leading to the fully enclosed rear garden. The hall is accessed from the lounge and has two large storage cupboards. Off the hall is the modern shower room and two double bedrooms, both with large fitted wardrobes.
The property is in walk in condition and would be an excellent purchase for first time buyers or those looking to downsize to a smaller home. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the strength of location.
In addition to this, the property benefits from a private fully enclosed rear garden with shed, garden to the front, two private parking spaces, garage, gas central heating and double glazing.
EPC = C
2 Kirkland Hill is located in a peaceful setting on the edge of the village of Lhanbryde which lies only four miles east of Elgin and has easy access to the A96 which gives a direct route to Aberdeen and Inverness. The village is well known for being a welcoming and friendly community, the curving main street of St. Andrews Road passes between picturesque cottages and houses and has a good range of local amenities nearby.
The city of Elgin which is a short drive away is a cathedral city and is situated on the A96. 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, pubs, local shops, supermarkets, and national chain stores can be found in and around the city. The Moray Coast is within easy reach and has 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. The property's location is within easy reach of Speyside, the heart of the Whisky Country.
Council tax band: NotSet