Murchland House is located in a peaceful yet easily accessible rural setting near College of Roseisle and between the popular villages of Kinloss and Burghead on the Moray coast. Moray is renowned as being one of the sunniest and driest …
Murchland House is located in a peaceful yet easily accessible rural setting near College of Roseisle and between the popular villages of Kinloss and Burghead on the Moray coast. Moray is renowned as being one of the sunniest and driest counties in Scotland and it has a wide range of excellent places to stay, eat and shop. The county is famed 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 Rivers Spey, Deveron and Findhorn. A popular tourist area, local attractions in Moray also include ‘The Whisky Trail’, ‘The Speyside Way’, Cairngorm National Park, together with many ancient monuments, castles, buildings and villages of historical significance.
Nearby, Burghead (about 3 miles) is a charming village located on the Moray Coast which offers a good range of day to day amenities including a range of convenience shops, restaurants and a primary school. Hopeman (about 3.3 miles) to the north and Lossiemouth (about 9.4 miles) to the east provide a wider range of everyday local amenities. There are well regarded primary schools in Burghead, Kinloss and Hopeman with secondary schooling available in Elgin and Lossiemouth. The world famous Gordonstoun School is located near Duffus about 4.8 miles away. Elgin is the county town of Moray and provides an excellent range of facilities including medical practices, various supermarkets, leisure facilities and excellent shopping. There is a railway station in Elgin with regular services to Inverness and Aberdeen. Inverness provides all of the facilities expected from a modern and prosperous city, with an excellent selection of shopping, retail parks and associated services, rail links and airport.
Murchland House is an attractive detached house located in a stunning rural position near Roseisle. Sitting in a quiet and secluded setting, the house was built to a high standard by local builder Mark Henderson in 2008 and provides peaceful and private rural living with easy accessibility across the county. The house is constructed from harled block under a pitched slate roof and provides well-appointed and nicely proportioned accommodation over two storeys. A covered entrance opens to a hallway, to the right is a shower room and to the left is a utility room with floor and wall units, a sink and space for white goods. Back in the hallway, directly ahead double doors lead to a dining kitchen which is wonderfully light thanks to the large windows and French door out to the patio and rear garden. The kitchen includes an island/breakfast bar and various integrated appliances. The dining kitchen leads to a further hallway with stairs to the first floor and a drying cupboard. To the left is a spacious sitting room which also has a French door out to the patio and a wood burning stove set in an attractive stone fireplace. A family room/fourth bedroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor, the landing gives access to a family bathroom and three bedrooms, all of which are a good size. The master bedroom includes an en suite shower room and a dressing room with two built in wardrobes. Overall, the property has a number of fine features including cornicing, Amtico flooring in the dining kitchen, oak doors and skirtings, and large windows which flood the interior with natural light.