Newton Of CummertonFisherie, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, AB53 5SU
Offers Over £235,000
- 1 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms
- Detached stone farmhouse
- Various outbuildings
- Rural location with open views
- Paddock around 0.4 acre
Newton of Cummerton is a traditional stone dwelling house with a private & rural location just some 7 miles from the popular agricultural town of Turriff. Accessed with ease, the property has far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside and benefits from a front driveway and generous garden grounds to all sides. The property requires a degree of upgrading throughout and offers excellent potential. Alongside the two-storey dwelling is an array of detached outbuildings, which offer super storage and workshop space. The accommodation within the property currently comprises an entrance hallway, sitting room, bedroom, dining kitchen, bathroom and utility porch to the ground floor. The upper level has two double bedrooms and a walk-in store room.Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Living Room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom, Utility, Rear Vestibule.First Floor: Landing, Two bedrooms, Store roomThere is garden ground to the front, side and rear. There is a drive to the front. A timber shed will remain. The 0.4 acre paddock to the side of the property is included. The property benefits from a wide and versatile range of outbuildings, most of which require a good degree of renovations.The property is sold as seen and no warranties will be given regarding the services or any other matter relating to the property.SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE(S)Property - Newton of CummertonWater - PrivateElectricity - MainsDrainage - Septic TankTenure - FreeholdHeating - OilCouncil Tax - Band DEPC - FThe town of Turriff is some 7 miles distant and boasts a large number of services and communities including banks, 2 supermarkets, 2 dispensing pharmacies, a library, sports centre and swimming pool in addition to numerous specialist shops and Turriff Cottage Hospital. The town also has 4 churches, a primary school at Market Hill and secondary schooling is available at Turriff Academy. The town also hosts the Turriff show which is Scotland’s largest 2 day agricultural show, in addition to which it has a golf club and is home to Turriff United FC. The River Deveron flows past the town and is well known for the quality of its salmon and fishing. Places of interest in the vicinity include Fyvie Castle, Dalgetty Castle and Duff House at Banff, in addition to which the north east coast has wonderful cliffs and fishing villages being a short drive away.