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Seafield Farmhouse

Cullen, Buckie, Moray, AB56 4SQ

Offers Over £225,000


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  • 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, box room

  • Fine original features

  • Spectacular views

  • Bright and flexible accommodation

  • Private mature garden

  • Stone built outbuilding

  • Grade ‘C’ listed dovecot

Seafield Farmhouse is an attractive traditional farmhouse located in a stunning edge of town
location and enjoying delightful views over the surrounding countryside, over Cullen and
towards the Moray Firth. Likely to date back to the late 1800’s, the house ...

Seafield Farmhouse is an attractive traditional farmhouse located in a stunning edge of town
location and enjoying delightful views over the surrounding countryside, over Cullen and
towards the Moray Firth. Likely to date back to the late 1800’s, the house was built by Seafield
Estate and has effectively remained within the same ownership ever since. As part of a
previously let farm, the house was last occupied in June 2015 and would benefit from a degree
of modernisation. As a substantial traditional farmhouse, spacious and flexible ccommodation is provided over two storeys. On the ground floor, a well lit vestibule opens into the reception hall from where a staircase accesses the first floor and doors lead to a bright and airy sitting room with an open fire and to a living room. Both rooms have tall corniced ceilings with dual aspect windows flooding the interior with natural light. Also on the ground floor is an office / 5th bedroom, a breakfasting kitchen with utility room off, a rear hall with access to a shower room and scullery. On the first floor, a landing leads to two generous double bedrooms and a box room whilst off a half landing is the family bathroom. Accessed from a second staircase are two further bedrooms and a useful store. The house benefits from double glazed windows and gas central heating.

Outside, the grounds include a garden which is part enclosed by a low stone wall. The garden
is mainly laid to lawn with a number of attractive mature trees. To the rear of the farmhouse is a useful stone built outbuilding, which forms part of a wider farm steading. This outbuilding
comprises a former bothy (about 3.87m x 4.46m); a workshop and WC (about 3.84m x 4.51m) and a garage (about 3.60m x 6.63m). Situated beneath the boughs of an impressive horse chestnut tree is a grade C listed dovecot dating from the early 19th century.