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Milladen House

Mintlaw, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, AB42 5LA


  • An impressive 5 bedroom period detached property with extensive garden grounds, fenced paddock, detached double garage set in a stunning location amongst the beautiful rural Aberdeenshire countryside.

  • 5 good bedrooms

  • 3 public rooms

  • Large family dining kitchen

  • Detached double garage

  • Large garden grounds & woodland

  • Adjacent fenced paddock

  • Approx. 2.00 acres in total

Milladen House is located on the edge of the renowned 230-acre Aden Country Park in Mintlaw which provides beautiful scenic woodland walks with a heritage centre, restaurant, playground and campsite. Situated in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire ,the stunning …

Milladen House is located on the edge of the renowned 230-acre Aden Country Park in Mintlaw which provides beautiful scenic woodland walks with a heritage centre, restaurant, playground and campsite. Situated in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire ,the stunning rolling countryside is a popular location for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city living and enjoy the great outdoors. Nearby is the village of Mintlaw, which provides Primary and Secondary education and a good number of local amenities. A choice of Private schools in Aberdeen are easily reached by bus from the Mintlaw Exchange bus stop. There are also many excellent golf courses nearby and local salmon and trout fishing opportunities.
Milladen House is ideally positioned approximately 15 minutes from the start of the new AWPR near Ellon and is well placed for the industrial estates of Bridge of Don, Ellon and Dyce, and to the north, Fraserburgh, Peterhead and St Fergus. Aberdeen is approximately 30 miles, providing excellent transport links with a main line railway station and is host to an airport providing both domestic and international flights. Mintlaw Exchange bus station provides excellent links to the surrounding area as well as to Aberdeen and beyond.

Milladen is a beautiful detached period property dating back to the early 1900’s . The property has been extremely well maintained by the present owners and is mainly bound by woodland creating a high degree of privacy. The accommodation is exceptionally spacious offering complete versatility and retains many beautiful original features throughout, in particular the original pitch pine woodwork, open fireplaces and grand high ceilings. The gardens surround the property creating a large open outdoor space and continue further to the side of the house flanked by natural woodland.
The entrance porch with detailed tiled flooring leads you through to the main entrance hall, which has an incredible solid wood staircase leading you to the upper level. The entrance hall is on open plan with the delightful snug area which has an open fire and concealed access through to a cloak room and walk in cupboard. The main sitting room is a stunning spacious room overlooking the front with a bay window and further window to the side. The open fire is set within an attractive surround and mantelpiece. Returning to main entrance hall you will then find the formal dining room, again overlooking the front and side, with large imposing windows and an open fire. This dining room leads you through to the family kitchen, with is a fantastic space and a real ‘hub of the home’. This is a particularly bright room with a southerly aspect and 3 separate large windows with further floor to ceiling window and door leading to the garden. A particularly generous utility room, with access from the kitchen is located to the rear offering additional work & storage space. Returning once again to the main entrance hall and heading towards the rear of the house you will find an inner hall with access to a cloak room and outdoor access to the rear of the property. This hall also leads you through to a versatile room with a discreet stair leading upstairs to a further room. This area has many possibilities and could be used as a teenage den, games room or home office. An integral workshop is an extremely useful area for storage and has a kennel area with enclosed outdoor access.
Continuing upstairs from the main entrance hall you immediately appreciate the exceptionally large and bright landing with all of the original solid wood finishes and internal doors. The largest of the four bedrooms is positioned to the front of the house overlooking the front garden. This is an exceptionally grand bedroom and leads through to a small single room, which is currently used as a dressing area but could easily be used as a box bedroom or nursery. There are a further two full sized double bedrooms, one overlooking the front and the other to the side and finally the remaining bedroom is a charming double room with a most southerly position and windows to both the front and side. Completing the accommodation on this level is the main family bathroom with 3 piece suite including a bath and a separate shower room.

Milladen House is surrounded by wonderful garden grounds which continue round the entire house. Woodland flanks the land to the East covered with a blanket of spring planting. Extensive grass lawns create a large open outdoor space, whilst mature trees and plants create privacy to the front. Tucked away in the garden is a summer house, perfectly positioned to capture the sun. The garden is a haven for many types of wildlife with visiting roe deer and a wide variety of birds. Located adjacent to the house is a fenced paddock with water trough perfect for equestrian purposes. It’s also believed that the paddock may also be suitable to obtain planning for a detached property with a separate entrance. This is something any potential buyer would need to investigate.

The detached double garage is located to the side of the house and has a large workshop attached. We understand this garage/workshop area would be perfect for stabling, given its proximity to the paddock. To the front of the garage there is a large area of hard standing for several cars which is secured by wooden gates.

Water – Private water supply
Heating – LPG Central Heating
Drainage – Septic Tank
Electricity- Mains connected

The EPC rating for Milladen House is G.

The council tax banding for Milladen House is ‘F’.

Viewing is strictly by appointment 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 or Amy Price on 01224 860 710 or by email to aberdeen@galbraithgroup.co.uk.