Woodlands of Durris is a beautiful and highly desirable location only 6 miles from the town of Banchory and only 13 miles into the City Centre of Aberdeen. Despite being only a short distance from the local town and …
Woodlands of Durris is a beautiful and highly desirable location only 6 miles from the town of Banchory and only 13 miles into the City Centre of Aberdeen. Despite being only a short distance from the local town and city, Woodlands of Durris holds a picturesque countryside position in the heart of Deeside. Education is provided at the very local Woodlands of Durris Primary School whilst the highly reputable Banchory Academy provides
secondary education. Alternatively all the private schools are located in the city centre and only a short drive away. Banchory, being the nearest town, is an extremely popular town to the west of Aberdeen. It has a variety of shops,
lovely coffee shops, restaurants, health and community facilities including a swimming pool and tennis club. Aberdeen City is some 13 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 both domestic and international flights.
WOODLANDS OF DURRIS DEVELOPMENT
The Woodlands of Durris house sites are nestled in the natural landscape and woodlands offering a very high degree of privacy and natural wild environment. The private access road meanders through the trees leading to the extremely large house sites which have been formed to take full advantage of the existing woodland
surrounding the sites. Full planning has been granted for the construction of 3 detached family homes, all extending to over 280 sqm in size and with detached double garages. The current planning allows for the homes to be constructed
from materials specifically chosen to sympathise with the rural environment, yet used within a modern design to compliment the woodland setting. Materials include a sustainable timber framed construction with a combination of Siberian larch cladding, silver or red tin cladding and the roof to be clad in natural slate. Open plan living was very much at the forefront of the internal design to accommodate the modern family lifestyle, yet additional separate public rooms provide the option of privacy. The modern open plan spaces have
been further enhanced by perfectly positioned and proportioned windows, to capture the woodland views and to bring the outside in, whilst bi-fold doors lead to the garden terraces. In this picturesque woodland setting it was imperative that the design allowed for the indoor and outdoor spaces to be encouraged to flow together.
Detached home extending to 245 sqm
House site 1.01 acres
Ground floor: Entrance hall, boot room, cloak room, open plan lounge and kitchen, snug, dining room and bedroom 4 with shower room.
Upper floor: Master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite bathroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3 with ensuite shower room and master family bathroom.
Detached double garage
Private drive way entrance
All water & electricity services will be connected to all 3 individual sites. Oil central heating would be
recommended with wood burning stoves. Drainage will be by means of a mound soakaway.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Viewing is by arrangement only, all enquiries or requests for further information should be directed to the Sole Selling Agents, CKD Galbraith, 337 North Deeside Road, Cults, AB15 9SP. Telephone enquiries should be made to Hannah Christiansen or Fenella Scott on 01224 860710 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From Aberdeen, travel west on the B9077 South Deeside Road from Bridge of Dee for approximately 9 miles. Turn left sign posted for ‘Woodlands of Durris 1.5 miles’ then turn almost immediately right and continue for approximately 1 mile. At the cross roads turn right again and continue for approximately 0.7 miles. Upon entering
the 30 speed limit zone turn right. The Woodlands of Durris development is on the right hand side. Enter and after only a short distance turn left and continue towards the sites which will be on the right hand side.
From Banchory, travel east out the village towards Crathes. Turn right at the junction onto the A957. Continue on this road, over the bridge and then turn left signposted for ‘Aberdeen’ and Stonehaven’ (B9077). Continue for approx. 2 miles and then turn right sign posted for Woodlands of Durris. Continue up this road for approx.
0.9 miles and on the left hand side (before the T-junction) you will see an entrance to the Woodlands of Durris. Enter and after only a short distance turn left and continue towards the sites which will be on the right hand side.