Banff, Aberdeenshire, AB45 3TR

Offers Over £350,000

7.56 acres

Bedroom Count icon 4

Reception Count icon 3

Bathroom Count icon 3

  • 3 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms
  • Superb opportunity for any potential purchaser
  • Substantial farmhouse and various outbuilding, all sold as seen
  • Approx. 7.56 Acres including the house and buildings
  • Beautiful panoramic countryside location
  • Paddock and two fields

Wardend has an idyllic rural countryside location, with beautiful open views and a feeling of space and privacy. The house and grounds are approached by the private unmade drive way. There is a traditional detached four bedroom farmhouse with an array of outbuildings. Having been in the same family for many decades the farmhouse is a beautiful building with generous accommodation spanning over two levels. The stable block has provided comfortable stabling for horses over the years and the paddock and fields have been regularly used in the past by the family. Adjacent to the U shaped stables, there is a large agricultural store, piggery, detached bothy, agricultural shelter and garage. The outbuildings do require some degree of upgrading and will all be sold as seen. However the property does offer any buyer a superb opportunity to develop what is on site already to their own requirements.Farmhouse – Built circa 1900 the farmhouse still retains many fine original period features including high ceiling, ornate fireplaces, ceiling cornice and deep skirting’s,. With a handsome frontage consisting of two double bay windows and a bay porch front entrance the front of the house has a commanding vista. The two public rooms overlook the front garden and are both equally sizeable with fireplaces to both. Moving through the ground floor, there is a large walk in store, sizeable pantry cupboard and shower room before reaching the dining kitchen and sun lounge. The kitchen has been well appointed with a range of wall and base mounted units with Corian worktops. The large range cooker will remain as part of the sale. The sunroom offers a cosy room to enjoy the garden views. With many properties of this style, there are ample utility and store rooms. Leading off the kitchen a large utility room which gives access to the rear driveway, and a second utility space, and two store room’s lead onto the coal shed and a second exterior door access. On the upper level, the mezzanine floor gives access to the family bathroom and large double bedroom. There are a further two double bedrooms on the upper level and the accommodation is completed with an expansive master bedroom with en-suite facilities. Please note that the property is sold as seen. ACCOMMODATIONGround Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Shower Room, Sun Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Store rooms, Coal Shed. Utility Room.First Floor: Upper hallway, Master Bedroom, En-suite, Bathroom, Bedroom Two, Bedroom Three, Bedroom Four.GARDEN AND GROUNDSThere is garden ground to the front, side and rear of the property. There is also a stone chip drive. It has been advised that land extends to 7.56 acres, or thereby. The full extent of the feu can be determined by reference to the title deeds. Boundaries are mainly defined by stone work walls and post and wire fencing.SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)Property -Wardend Water- Private Electricit-y MainsDrainage- Septic Tank Tenure- Freehold Heating- Oil Council Tax- Band E EPC - F Wardend is situated about 2 miles from the coastal towns of Banff and Macduff in the former county of Banff on the Moray Coast. Banff has a good range of local amenities including a variety of shops and supermarkets, primary and secondary schooling, a medical centre, two community centres and a modern indoor swimming pool. Turriff (about 11 miles) also provides an excellent range of shops, schooling and local facilities. The area is renowned for its breath-taking scenery, long sandy beaches and wildlife and offers wonderful leisure and recreational opportunities. There are many golf courses accessible within a short drive, whilst the county also offers superb salmon and trout fishing including the highly acclaimed River Deveron nearby. A popular tourist area, local attractions also include ‘The Whisky Trail’, Duff House and Museum (forms part of the National Gallery of Scotland) as well as the Macduff Marine Aquarium and Museum of Scottish Lighthouses in Fraserburgh. The historic harbour in Banff has a 76 berth yacht marina.Aberdeen International Airport is about 39 miles away offering regular domestic and international flights and can be reached in around 1 hours’ drive.