Rod Christie, a partner with Galbraith, said: “Naviedale is an exceptional family home on Forteath Avenue, one of Elgin’s most sought after addresses.  The house has spacious, very well-appointed accommodation which, combined with the very desirable address, ensures it will be of interest to a wide range of buyers and in particular to families.  It has all of the features one would hope to find in a house of this age and character and has the benefit of a small garden office, ideal for those looking to work from home.”


Dating from 1905, the stone built property has an attractive architectural style and period features in many of the rooms, including corniced ceilings, timber flooring and fireplaces (two with woodburning stoves). 


Naviedale offers exceptionally well appointed and spacious accommodation including 5/6 bedrooms (with en-suite to the master bedroom) and 2/3 reception rooms, with considerable flexibility to configure the accommodation for a variety of uses.  There is also a useful boot room, cloak room and utility room on the ground floor.


The generously sized garden has a lawn, mature borders, a timber garden shed, a fully connected home office and a recently built garage with automatic doors and power supply. There are three very useful stores adjoining the house.


Elgin, noted for its fine 13th century Cathedral, has an excellent range of shops and amenities, including a hospital, leisure centre, swimming pool and cinema. There are a number of good primary schools in Elgin and two secondary schools, while Gordonstoun School is about 6 miles away.

Inverness (38 miles) has all the facilities of a modern city including its Airport, which offers regular flights to the south and summer flights to many European destinations. Aberdeen Airport is about 68 miles.

Naviedale is for sale through Galbraith for a guide price of £650,000.