Hill of Dens is a traditional detached farmhouse, sat high up on the hill with an elevated, secluded location with incredible open views. The grounds extend in total to around 0.61 of an acre and has an open aspect primarily …
Hill of Dens is a traditional detached farmhouse, sat high up on the hill with an elevated, secluded location with incredible open views. The grounds extend in total to around 0.61 of an acre and has an open aspect primarily to the south west. The cottage comprises an entrance porch, bathroom, dining kitchen, sitting room and stair leads up to two bedrooms. Outside there are charming garden grounds, sheltered by trees, and a transitional stone outbuilding. Hill of Dens offers an exceptional opportunity for those buyers looking for a quiet rural family lifestyle. Equally it’s an ideal purchase as a second home, a holiday let business or for retirement in an idyllic secluded location.
Ground Floor: Entrance porch, dining kitchen, sitting room and bathroom.
First Floor: Two bedrooms.
The boundary for Hill of Dens extends to around 0.61 of an acre in total. To the east side of the house is a charming garden sheltered by trees. Detached traditional outbuilding. Wall remains of a further stone out building.
SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)
Drainage Septic Tank
Heating Oil CH
Council Tax Band A
EPC Band F
It may be a condition of the sale that the purchaser will enter into an agreement with the seller, supported by a standard security over the land, in respect of any planning consent(s) granted for any change of use and/or development.
The village of Stuartfield lies in the Buchan area of rural Aberdeenshire, and the village has a primary school and shops for every day needs.Only a few miles away lies Mintlaw, a larger village offering secondary schooling, a wider range of shops, a post office, health centre and pharmacy to name a few. The popular Aden Country Park is a ten minute drive away, as is the beautiful Pitfour Estate, and the Formartine and Buchan Way is one of Scotland’s great trails for walking and cycling. Hill of Dens is within easy commuting distance of Peterhead, Fraserburgh and Ellon, together with the new A90 dual carriageway into Bridge of Don, Dyce and Aberdeen. Furthermore the Aberdeen western peripheral route (AWPR) allows for easy access to the South of Aberdeen. Dyce also has a train station with links both North & South and Aberdeen International Airport is approx. a 40 drive away.