Dalhousie is an impressive detached town house and ideal family home, located in the west end of Elgin and within a short walk from the centre of town. Constructed in 1868 of dressed stone under a slate roof it provides …
Dalhousie is an impressive detached town house and ideal family home, located in the west end of Elgin and within a short walk from the centre of town. Constructed in 1868 of dressed stone under a slate roof it provides spacious accommodation across two floors. From the front door, a vestibule leads to a hallway with stairs to the first floor. To the left is a dining room with a bay window and an impressive open fireplace. Opposite the dining room is a spacious sitting room; a bright room which also has a bay window, high corniced ceiling and a fireplace. From here, a further door leads to a rear hallway with a door out to the driveway whilst to the right is a cloakroom and shower room, whilst straight ahead is a breakfasting kitchen. This is a wonderfully light room with an gas AGA and French doors leading out to the garden. A study/6th bedroom completes the ground floor accommodation. From the first floor landing, access is gained to five bedrooms, all of which are of a good size and one of which has an en suite dressing room. There is also a family bathroom. Overall, Dalhousie offers bright and spacious accommodation with a number of fine period features including high ceilings, picture rails and open fire places.
The house sits within a good sized garden which is primarily laid to lawn and bordered by various mature plants and trees. There are several useful out buildings which include the utility room. Ample private parking space for several vehicles is provided on the tarmac driveway to the rear of the house.