Cherrybank is located around 3 miles from the town of Alford and is located in the quaint hamlet of Whitehouse. A short drive takes you to Alford, with a wealth of amenities including a health centre, shops, bank, post ...
Cherrybank is located around 3 miles from the town of Alford and is located in the quaint hamlet of Whitehouse. A short drive takes you to Alford, with a wealth of amenities including a health centre, shops, bank, post office, filling station, hotels along with a dry ski slope and transport museum. On the edge of Alford is Haughton Country Park, a park with an array of activities available including, childrens play area, walks and trails along with a putting green and camp site. Regular bus services are available from Alford with links to Aberdeen, Westhill, Kintore and Kemnay. Schooling is provided at Tough Primary School which is less than a mile from Whitehouse and Alford Academy, a new community which houses the new primary and secondary schools, a swimming pool, theatre, library and community café.
Aberdeen is some 22 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.
Cherrybank is an exceptionally spacious period semi detached house located within the heart of Whitehouse. Believed to date back to the late 1800s the property is understood to have once housed the village bank and has formed part of the Whitehouse Estate for several years. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment over recent years yet some areas remain uncompleted to allow any potential buyer the opportunity to create their own perfect family home. The accommodation is exceptionally spacious creating a large amount of space and versatility, with the large imposing windows capturing the beautiful surrounding countryside. The generous garden grounds lie to the front and side of the property and there is plenty off road parking.
Following the refurbishment the accommodation currently comprises an entrance vestibule and door leading to the main reception hall. A bespoke solid wood staircase has been installed creating a wonderful feature as you enter the home. The lounge has two windows to the front of the property and one to the side drawing in an abundance of natural light and the dining room also enjoys a bright aspect with two front facing windows and a traditional open fire. A door from the dining room leads through to the original 50s kitchen, which remains in an extremely functional and charming state yet would require upgrading. With the dining room and kitchen lying adjacent to one another its thought perfect to open these two rooms up and create a fantastic family dining kitchen. Subject to any purchaser investigating the requirements and possibilities. To the rear of the ground floor level you will find a extremely handy utility room, contemporary shower room and accessed from a staircase is a double bedroom to the rear. This room remains unfloored to allow any buyer the opportunity to select their own finishing touches. This room would also be ideal as an office for those working from home.
The imposing staircase in the main entrance hall leads you to the first floor landing. Here you will find the superb master bedroom with open outlook to the front over the surrounding countryside. The ensuite bathroom has been fully refurbished with a traditional white suite including a free standing bath. The second double bedroom is equally spacious and again has two large front facing windows. Accessed directly from this bedroom is a large dressing room. Finally on this level, you will find a single bedroom or home office.
As one continues to the top floor you will find two further full sized double bedrooms, both enjoying period open fire places and located centrally between the two bedrooms is a bathroom. The bathroom remains uncompleted yet fully plumbed creating a blank canvas for a buyer to install their own bathroom choices.
Over the last few years Cherrybank has undergone extensive refurbishment which included replacement double glazed windows, new oil central heating system, new plumbing and roof & chimney repairs. Its imperative that Cherrybank is viewed to allow any potential buyer the opportunity to appreciate both the work completed and the potential that remains to add your own design and finishing touches.
Cherrybank enjoys a good sized garden which extends to the front, side and rear with areas mainly of lawn and stone chippings. Bounded to the front with an attractive stone wall with wrought iron design and a number of established trees providing privacy. There is an area to the rear for off road parking.
The EPC rating for Cherrybank is F.
VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Viewing is by arrangement only, all enquiries or requests for further information should be directed to the Sole Selling Agents, Galbraith, 337 North Deeside Road, Cults, AB15 9SN. Telephone enquiries should be made to Hannah Christiansen on 01224 860 710 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
From Aberdeen, travel west passing Westhill and following the signs to Alford. On entering Whitehouse, turn right as signposted Keig, turning immediate left into the driveway which leads to Cherrybank.
For Council Tax purposes Cherrybank has been assessed as Band E.