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Mid Bank Farmhouse

Roseisle, Elgin, Moray, IV30 5YD

Guide Price £295,000


  • 4 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms

  • Many fine period features

  • Flexible and adaptable room layout

  • Delightful, beautifully maintained garden

  • Accessible yet peaceful location

  • Far reaching countryside views

Mid Bank Farmhouse is a delightful traditional farmhouse believed to date from 1884. Constructed from sandstone under a pitched slate roof, the house is a spacious and characterful family home with flexible accommodation provided over two storeys.

On the ground ...

Mid Bank Farmhouse is a delightful traditional farmhouse believed to date from 1884. Constructed from sandstone under a pitched slate roof, the house is a spacious and characterful family home with flexible accommodation provided over two storeys.

On the ground floor, a door opens into a spacious hallway. Directly ahead is a charming kitchen with a good range of wall and floor units. The kitchen leads to a spacious dining room with a large fireplace in which sits an electric Belling stove. Glazed double doors open to a bright triple aspect sun room; with a door to the garden this room makes the most of the beautiful views across the garden and to the countryside beyond. At the opposite end of the hallway from the dining room is a sitting room which has an open fire with an iron surround and timber mantle. A good sized double bedroom with an en suite W.C. and a family bathroom complete the ground floor accommodation. A staircase in the hallway leads to a well lit first floor landing with a large storage cupboard. There are three further bedrooms all of which are of a good size, bright and have built in cupboards. Overall the house is beautifully presented and has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It has a number of fine features one would hope to find in a house of this age and quality, including tall ceilings and cornicing. The property is double glazed, has oil fired central heating, mains water and electricity.

Outside, the garden is no less impressive than the house and is extremely well maintained. Enclosed by a stone wall, the garden includes areas of lawn, well stocked beds and borders, a patio, a summerhouse, vegetable patches and fruit trees. There are also numerous seating areas within the garden to sit and enjoy the views. Ample parking space for a number of vehicles is provided on the large gravelled driveway in addition to a garage which also includes a useful utility room with wall and floor units, a sink and space for white goods.