Tanglewood Hoose is situated in an idyllic, rural, yet easily accessible location about 4 miles south west of Buckie in the county of Moray. The town of Buckie has a good range of local amenities including a variety of shops, supermarkets and both primary and secondary schooling. Slightly further afield, Fochabers (about 6.5 miles) provides additional daily amenities and the highly regarded Milne's Primary and High School, whilst the city of Elgin (about 16 miles) has a wider range of facilities. Moray which includes the historic county of Banff is renowned as being one of the sunniest and driest counties in the country and offers a wide range of excellent places to stay, eat and shop. The local area is famed for its breathtaking scenery, long sandy beaches and wildlife and offers wonderful leisure and recreational opportunities. There are many golf courses accessible within a short drive of the house whilst the county also offers superb Salmon and Trout fishing including the highly acclaimed Rivers Spey and Deveron nearby. A popular tourist area, local attractions also include 'The Whisky Trail', Duff House and Museum in Banff. Royal Deeside is about 1 hour's drive away.
The historic city of Elgin provides a comprehensive range of shops and amenities whilst the surrounding area offers some excellent hotels, restaurants and historic local attractions. There are a number of good primary schools in the local area and schooling up to secondary level is available in Elgin. Gordonstoun Independent School is only 21 miles away near Duffus. Aberdeen International Airport is about 52 miles away offering regular domestic and international flights. Aberdeen (about 58 miles) offers a wide range of amenities including excellent shopping facilities and a superb choice of restaurants, galleries, clubs and theatres.
Tanglewood Hoose is a most impressive detached house which has been renovated by the current owners to create, what is now, a spacious and welcoming family home. The house is constructed of harled block with a pitched tile roof and provides flexible and well appointed accommodation over two storeys.
The front door opens into a vestibule with space for coats and shoes. It leads to a hallway with stairs to the first floor and a solid bamboo floor which extends to the kitchen, dining room, sun room and sitting room. To the left is the kitchen/dining/sitting room which has a good range of quality wall and floor units, Samsung quartz worktops, a Rangemaster Toledo Induction Range and an integrated fridge and freezer. Large windows ensure it is a wonderfully light room and French doors open out to a timber decked seating area. A separate dining room has sliding doors opening out to a further outside seating area. A utility room provides space for white goods and gives access to the triple aspect sun room which enjoys views of the rear garden. There are three bedrooms on the ground floor, all of which have built in wardrobes and one of which has an en suite bathroom. A shower room completes the ground floor accommodation. From the first floor landing access is gained to the impressive sitting room which is generous in size and has a wood burning stove. Sliding glazed doors open out to a balcony enabling the stunning, far reaching views over the Moray Firth to be enjoyed from both inside and out. Also on the first floor are two good sized bedrooms, a study with a large storage cupboard and a family bathroom. Overall the house appears to be in excellent condition with high quality fittings and décor throughout. It has double glazing and oil fired central heating.
Outside, the extensive grounds are no less impressive than the house. Extending to about 1.4 acres, the well maintained gardens include areas of lawn, well stocked beds and herbaceous borders, a decked seating area, pond and patio. Useful storage is provided by a timber stable, timber shed and a superb double garage whilst ample parking for several vehicles is provided on a gravelled driveway to the front of the house.