Upper Kinnadie is a superb country lifestyle property enjoying a quiet position amongst the beautiful Buchan countryside. The farmhouse is an immaculate detached property dating back to the 1850s and over recent years has undergone full refurbishment and ...
Upper Kinnadie is a superb country lifestyle property enjoying a quiet position amongst the beautiful Buchan countryside. The farmhouse is an immaculate detached property dating back to the 1850s and over recent years has undergone full refurbishment and extensions to create a substantial family home in walk into condition. There are lovely garden grounds, a vegetable garden and drive way with garage lying closest to the house and beyond that there are various outbuildings perfect for a variety of uses including a shed, detached stone built steading and derelict bothy. To the East side of Upper Kinnadie there is an impressive detached barn, only built a few years ago, which again could be adapted for various uses including Equestrian facilities. In total the property sits within around 8 acres of which around 7 acres lie immediately to the front of the barn and have been divided into 2 fenced fields and 2 fenced paddocks.
Upper Kinnadie really is a fantastic opportunity for various buyers including those looking to live the good countryside life within easy commuting of Aberdeen or equally for those looking for a family home with equestrian facilities. Either way the property offers an excellent set up and has all been extremely well maintained by the present owners.
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, lounge, bedroom 4 / dining room, dining kitchen, boot room and bathroom.
First Floor: Double bedroom 1, double bedroom 2, double bedroom 3 & box room.
As you enter Upper Kinnadie there is a large stone chip courtyard area which provides plenty parking. Alternatively there is a further drive way leading to the single detached garage to the West side of the house.
A path from the front door meanders through the grass lawn to the drive way and garage and the garden continues round the house with areas of grass lawn, mature trees and a patio area for outside dining. In addition to this there is also a walled drying green, kitchen garden and an array of fruit trees. There is also a timber shed which the present owners use as a studio.
Upper Kinnadie sits with around 8 acres of land in total. Of this, there are around 7 acres divided into two fenced fields and two fenced paddocks. There is a field shelter and water to all fields and paddocks.
Upper Kinnadie enjoys the benefits of several outbuildings which all lend themselves well for various purposes & uses.
This U shaped stone built steading with slate roof is in good order and presently provides the owners with storage space and garaging, whilst an upper level is used as a workshop. There is power & light throughout.
The detached barn lies to the East of the farmhouse overlooking the fields & paddocks for convenience. Only constructed in 2016 the barn extends to around 21m x 14m and approx. 6m high with a concrete floor and a main entrance at the side and front. There is also a separate drive way entrance or access can be made by the main entrance to Upper Kinnadie.
Derelict detached stone built bothy.
This steading building has the added benefit of planning permission which was granted on the 13th December 2008 and crystalised on the 1st December 2016. This would allow development to two impressive semi detached dwelling houses.
Furthermore the detached bothy lying to the East side of the main farmhouse has planning permission for conversion to a business unit which would allow anyone to work from home.
Details of both the above can be found at https://upa.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?
Lastly, there is a existing planning permission for an extension to the main farmhouse, which would create a front porch and additional bathroom.
Electricity - Mains
Water - Private
Drainage - Septic tank
Heating - Oil Central Heating
The present owners have carried out considerable upgrading to the drainage, water pipes and extensive work to the domestic water supply & field drainage.
The village of Auchnagatt lies approximately 3 miles from Upper Kinnadie and amenities include a public hall, playing fields, playground and tennis court with primary education at Auchnagatt Primary School and further secondary education at Mintlaw Academy. Ellon lies some 9 miles away and is a very popular town by the River Ythan with plentiful amenities including large supermarkets, restaurants, hotels and leisure and sporting complex.
Upper Kinnadie is within easy commuting distance of Peterhead, Ellon, Bridge of Don, Dyce and Aberdeen. You will find the impending new AWPR in Dyce which will provide easier access to the south of Aberdeen and Dyce also has a train station with links both North & South and an International Airport providing both domestic & international flights.