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Letchworth Lodge

65 Dunbar Street, Lossiemouth, Moray, IV31 6AN
Guide Price
5 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms
Bathroom. Shower Room.
Spacious attic room/office
Beautifully presented family home
Many fine original features
High quality kitchen and bathroom fittings
Generous enclosed garden with garage
Easy access to the town centre
Double glazing and gas fired central heating
Potential for B&B use

1904 and was built in a prominent elevated position to capture the stunning views over the Moray Firth. This most attractive house is constructed of local stone and has many fine architectural features including a castellated roof line. Spacious and very well appointed accommodation is provided over two and a half storeys.

The front door opens into a vestibule which leads into a bright and airy reception hall with stairs to the first floor. To the right is a morning room; an attractive room with an open fire and cornicing. Opposite the morning room is a magnificent drawing room with an octagonal bay window looking out to the garden and to the Moray Firth beyond, it is generous in size and wonderfully light. Adjacent is a spacious and bright dining room. The breakfasting kitchen has high quality solid oak units, a granite worktop and a number of integrated appliances including a Rangemaster Toledo range cooker, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. From the kitchen, one can access a rear porch/boot room whilst a separate passage leads to a bathroom, porch, a well equipped utility room and the second staircase to the first floor. On the first floor there is a substantial landing with doors leading to three principle bedrooms, all of which are bright and of a good size and an impressive family bathroom with a roll top bath. A passage leads to two further good sized bedrooms and a shower room, with modern high quality fittings. A door with a concealed staircase leads to an excellent attic room/office which completes the accommodation.

Letchworth Lodge is an ideal family home and has a delightful, bright and airy atmosphere. It perfectly combines many original features including cornicing, dado and picture rails, solid wooden doors and skirtings, open fires and contemporary bathroom and kitchen fittings.

Outside, the well maintained garden is enclosed by a stone wall. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by various mature shrubs and plants whilst a timber decked seating area provides a lovely evening sun trap. There is also a detached garage/workshop with an electric over door whilst two separate private driveways provide ample off street parking for vehicles.

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