New to the Aberdeenshire market through CKD Galbraith, this family home offers spacious accommodation, breath-taking views and the opportunity to extend and develop the property further.
Set in a quiet cul-de-sac in the pretty village of Newtonhill, No.9 is a wonderful 60s style property, extended in the 1970s and excellently positioned to take full advantage of the seaside location. Commanding truly uninterrupted views of the sea and the stunning, rugged coastline the property is a gem on a rarely available street.
The accommodation consists of a spectacular lounge with full height and width windows and an open fire with marble hearth features along with a wood lined ceiling. Adjoining the partially open plan lounge is the spacious dining room with corner set window capturing the sea view and a door leads to the attractive dining kitchen.
Completing the accommodation on this level is a good sized double bedroom with sliding patio doors and a well-appointed en suite. The first floor comprises of three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and shower. There is also a lower ground floor with a useful utility room and a spacious storage/boiler room.
No.9 South Headland Crescent benefits from a large plot of land, with good sized gardens extending to the front, side, and rear and has been mainly laid to lawn. The large plot provides the opportunity to further development the property whilst still retaining a decent amount of garden space to enjoy.
Jordan MacKay, from CKD Galbraith Aberdeen, said:
"This is an extremely exciting and rare property to come to the market in Aberdeenshire. The house has a wonderful atmosphere with bright rooms benefitting from large windows and plenty of natural light. Each of the properties in this cul-de-sac are individually designed and with such a fantastic coastal backdrop this is one of the area's most sought after residential streets."
Newtonhill is situated about eight miles north from the town of Stonehaven and 4 miles south of Portlethen. Despite growing somewhat in recent years there is still a great sense of community spirit with may active groups and events taking place in Newtonhill. The village has a good range of amenities including a Tesco supermarket, chemist and restaurant. There is also good transport links to Aberdeen, Portlethen and Stonehaven.
Well-regarded schooling is provided at Newtonhill Primary School whilst secondary education is catered for a Portlethen Academy.
With Aberdeen only a short drive away all the leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities desired can be easily assessed; whilst Aberdeen airport provides regular domestic and international flights.
9 South Headlands Crescent is currently on the market through CKD Galbraith for offers over 420,000.