Commanding fantastic views over the surrounding countryside over the Howe O the Mearns and towards the Garvock Hills, Upper Coullie Cottage is a spacious detached cottage. Constructed from stone under a pitched slate roof the property is believed to have …
Commanding fantastic views over the surrounding countryside over the Howe O the Mearns and towards the Garvock Hills, Upper Coullie Cottage is a spacious detached cottage. Constructed from stone under a pitched slate roof the property is believed to have been two semi-detached cottages converted into one house with all rooms enjoying front facing windows taking full advantage of the striking views. Well maintained throughout, the house offers spacious family accommodation in a stunning, idyllic location.
The property stands in generous sized grounds with gardens extending to the front, side and rear which are mainly laid to lawn. A driveway provides parking.
The detached single garage has been converted into detached office space. We understand this could easily be returned to a garage by any potential buyer, should they wish to do so.
Adjacent land may be available under separate negotiation.
Ground Floor Entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom 1, bedroom 2 & bathroom.
First Floor Double bedroom 3 and double bedroom 4.
Electricity - Mains
Water - Private
Drainage - Septic Tanks
Heating - Oil
The postcode for the property is AB30 1SQ
From Aberdeen, travel south on the A90 dual carriageway taking a right turning marked Auchenblae and Fettercairn. Follow the signs for the B966 and once on this road continue for several miles and Upper Coullie is ahead on the right hand side. Turn right as indicated by our for sale sign and then first left towards Upper Coullie Cottage.
Viewing is by prior appointment only through the Selling Agents, Galbraith, 337 North Deeside Road, Cults, AB15 9SP. Telephone enquiries should be made to Hannah Christiansen or Amy Price on (01224) 860710 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The subjects enjoy a peaceful, rural setting in the heart of the Howe O the Mearns rolling countryside. Located just off the B966 which provides a link to the A90 Dual Carriageway and the local villages of Fettercairn, Auchenblae and Laurecnekirk. Laurencekirk is the largest of the three villages and is situated around 5 miles away and offers a wealth of amenities including shops, hotels, restaurants and medical centre. A new community school opened in 2014 whilst primary education is likely to be catered at either Fettercairn or Auchenblae schools. Laurencekirk boasts a train station providing excellent links to Aberdeen and Dundee.
The area provides for a range of outdoor pursuits including hillwalking, fishing, with shooting and stalking available nearby, in addition to access to a wide range of quality golf courses to suit all abilities.
Aberdeen is some 28 miles, and provides all the leisure, recreational and entertainment facilities expected from the oil capital of Europe. It also provides good transport links with a mainline railway station and is host to an airport providing