Tulloford is a fine traditional detached former farmhouse with a southerly aspect and sits in around an acre of beautiful garden grounds. As one would expect from a property of this style, there are endless traditional features including the high …
Tulloford is a fine traditional detached former farmhouse with a southerly aspect and sits in around an acre of beautiful garden grounds. As one would expect from a property of this style, there are endless traditional features including the high ceilings, large windows and original wood work, doors and shutters, all adding to the charm and character of Tulloford.
As one enters the property there is the vestibule and main entrance hall. Continuing to the right you will find the drawing room with open fire and direct access to the butler’s pantry. To the left of the hall is the sitting room with wood burning stove enjoying a southerly outlook over the garden. Continuing through there is the formal dining room, family room and the farmhouse style dining kitchen with ‘Esse’ range and walk in pantry. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is the large utility room and cloak room. Continuing to the upper level, there are two large double bedrooms overlooking the front gardens, two further double bedrooms and study. Bedroom 5 lies to the rear of the house with open countryside views and adjacent to this room is the main family bathroom with both a bath and separate shower. Completing the accommodation on this floor is the shower room and main study / bedroom 6. The gravel drive way sweeps through the garden grounds of rolling lawns and mature tall trees, whilst the paddock lies to the east side of the house and extends to around 3 acres. Tulloford is ideal for those with equestrian requirements allowing any potential buyer to have their horses, or other animals, adjacent to the main house creating a countryside lifestyle property.
Ground Floor: Vestibule, hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, family room, dining kitchen with pantry, butler’s pantry, utility room and cloak room.
First Floor: Bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4, study, bedroom 5, bathroom, shower room and main study / bedroom 6.
A hatch in the bathroom with Ramsay style ladder gives access to the floored loft space with light.
Tulloford sits in beautiful garden grounds extending to around an acre. The front garden is bound by hedging and mature trees with rolling lawns and colourful flower beds. To the east side of the house the garden continues and leads to a walled orchard filled with a variety of fruit trees. The garden continues to the rear and the gravel drive way continues past the east side of the house with plenty parking and access out onto the west track.
Timber garden shed with power. Greenhouse with grape vine. Stone built fuel store. Single garage with power and light. Timber kennel.
Lying adjacent to the garden ground lies a fully fenced paddock extending to around 3 acres. Water is connected to the field and there is pedestrian access from the garden and large gate access from west track.
There is a pedestrian gate from the paddock out into the surrounding farmland.
SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)
Water - Mains
Electricity - Mains
Drainage - Septic Tank
Heating - Oil
Council Tax - Band G
EPC - Band F
A community fibre broadband partnership was put in place in July 2020 providing strong & reliable broadband to the entire house.
All curtains and carpets are included in the sale, along with any/all of the white goods.
The small hamlet of Barthol Chapel lies approx 1 mile to the east and has an active community, primary school and church. It is only a short drive to the thriving town of Oldmeldrum which boasts a private nursery, primary school and secondary education at Meldrum Academy. Inverurie, Dyce, Bridge of Don and Aberdeen are all within very easy commuting distance. The new Aberdeen bypass provides further accessibility. Aberdeen airport is 25 minutes drive. There are two 18 hole golf courses in Oldmeldrum, including the beautiful Meldrum House Country Hotel with its parkland course, offering marvellous views across open countryside. Inverurie is a large and expanding market town only 10 miles away, with good rail and road links to Aberdeen, Dyce, Huntly and Inverness, and with a wide range of amenities and services including several large supermarkets.