Norwood is located in the much sought after coastal village of Cullen, Moray and is a six bedroom property with many of its fine original features retained. Dating back to 1830 and constructed of dressed stone under a slate roof, Norwood has a very attractive faade and is grade c listed.
Originally built for the dowager of the Earl of Seafield, although it is thought that she died before ever taking occupancy, the property now offers bright and flexible accommodation and considerable business potential. It is currently run as successful and high quality quest house, having been rated 4 stars' by the Scottish Tourist Board.
From the impressive central portico with columns which greets you upon arrival at Norwood to the tall corniced ceilings, timber shutters and large bay windows, this property can't fail to delight. Found on the ground floor is the drawing room, an elegant reception room and a well-lit sun room; ideal as a children's playroom or studio. Also accessed from the ground floor hallway is the formal dining room suited for large parties and entertaining in style, a family room, a good sized double bedroom with a substantial en suite and well-equipped kitchen.
The first floor comprises of a family bathroom and a further two double bedrooms, both with en suite facilities. Continuing upstairs to the second floor, there is a second family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom which could also be used as a charming private study.
Rod Christie, handling the sale said: "Norwood is not only a fantastic coastal property but also a fantastic business opportunity, ideal for those looking for change of pace or keen to start their own business. Cullen is a historic town located between the rivers of Deveron and Spey on the Moray coastline. There are a great range of local services and the area has become something of a haven for arts, cultural and social events.
"Elgin and the city of Aberdeen are within easy commuting distance, Elgin is 21 miles away whilst Aberdeen is 55 miles. Moray is renowned as being one of the sunniest and driest counties in Scotland and its countryside and coastline has so much to offer outdoor enthusiasts. There are many tennis and bowling clubs, an 18-hole golf course and many public footpaths to explore as well as acres of long sandy beaches!
"This magnificent Georgian house offers potential owners huge flexibility. The current owners are happy to pass on this flourishing business to the new purchaser. However, Norwood also offers a spectacular family home for those wishing to re-establish the property to its original use."
Norwood is for sale at a guide price of 340,000.