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Dominie House

Kirkton, Deskford, Buckie, Moray, AB56 5UA

Guide Price £280,000


  • 3 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms

  • Category B listed

  • Scope for modernisation

  • Well laid out accommodation

  • Generous garden grounds

  • Charming hamlet location

Dominie House is category B listed and provides spacious accommodation over two and a half storeys. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to a hallway. To the right is a wonderfully light sun room which overlooks and …

Dominie House is category B listed and provides spacious accommodation over two and a half storeys. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to a hallway. To the right is a wonderfully light sun room which overlooks and has a door out to the garden. Continuing down the hallway, on the left is a sitting room and at the end is a dining room, both rooms have open fires and overlook the front garden. There is a spacious kitchen with a large storage cupboard. From the kitchen access is gained to a vestibule with a door to the garden and a shower room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, three of which are particularly generous in size and two of which have open fire places. There is also a bathroom. On the second floor the attic is fully floored and offers superb storage space. Overall, Dominie House offers well laid out, spacious accommodation with scope for modernisation and the potential to be a wonderful home.

GARDEN
Outside, the grounds extend to half an acre and include a delightful walled garden. There is a useful double garage with an adjoining workshop together with a traditional wash house. The driveway provides ample parking space.

SITUATION
Dominie House is an elegant former manse located in the picturesque hamlet of Kirkton of Deskford which lies about four miles to the south of the popular coastal village of Cullen. Cullen (about 4 miles) has a unique charm with good day to day amenities including a deli, bistro and coffee shops. The village has a strong feeling of community with many amenities to support a variety of interests. There are well-established sporting clubs including a private tennis and bowling club, an 18-hole links golf course, football, badminton and many diverse craft and art groups. The village has a playgroup, nursery and well respected primary school. Secondary schooling can be found at Buckie High (zoned catchment area) Keith Grammar or Milne’s High School in nearby Fochabers. Cullen is also served by a post office, medical centre and Community Centre/Library. Elgin and Aberdeen are both within easy commuting distance whilst train stations at Keith and Elgin provide direct links to Aberdeen and Inverness. Elgin also offers major supermarkets, a library, a good selection of independent shops, sporting and recreational facilities. Aberdeen 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.

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 breathtaking 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.