The new house sites are located within the grounds of Elrick House, a unique 18th Century House which has undergone full refurbishment over recent years. Full planning has been granted for the construction of 6 detached family homes, all extending …
The new house sites are located within the grounds of Elrick House, a unique 18th Century House which has undergone full refurbishment over recent years. Full planning has been granted for the construction of 6 detached family homes, all extending to around 300 sqm in size, with detached double garages and large garden grounds. The current planning allows for the sustainable homes to be constructed from materials specifically chosen to sympathise with the countryside and woodland environment, yet with a modern, open plan design to compliment modern family living styles. Materials include locally sourced larch cladding, textured render 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 surrounding countryside and to bring the outside in.
These very attractive house site enjoy with rolling countryside on their doorstep, offering an attractive rural lifestyle setting whilst also being conveniently located for commuters.
Ground Floor: Porch, entrance hall, lounge with doors opening out to the garden, open plan kitchen and dining room, family room/home office, double bedroom 4 with ensuite shower room.
First Floor: Master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and ensuite shower room, double bedroom 2 with ensuite shower room and finally double bedroom 3, also with ensuite shower room.
Newmachar is a popular village situated some 6 miles to the north west of Aberdeen. Within easy commuting distance of the city and ideally located for those working in the industrial estates at Dyce, Aberdeen Airport and Bridge of Don, the village boasts good local amenities including a variety of shops, a post office and a primary school. Secondary education is catered for at Dyce Academy and regular public transport is readily available. Locally, there are a wide variety of recreational facilities, woodland walks and an excellent golf complex with driving range. Recently completed, the nearby AWPR provides easy road access to the western and southern areas of the city and beyond.