Roadside Croft is a delightful croft located in a fine elevated position with far reaching views over the Moray countryside. The house is believed to be about 10 years old and provides well laid out accommodation over a single storey ...
Roadside Croft is a delightful croft located in a fine elevated position with far reaching views over the Moray countryside. The house is believed to be about 10 years old and provides well laid out accommodation over a single storey and together with the original croft house, range of outbuildings and land (about 17 acres), Roadside Croft is a very desirable rural holding. The house is constructed of rendered block under a pitched tiled roof and provides spacious and well appointed accommodation over a single storey. From the front garden, a front door leads to a vestibule and on to a generously sized hallway with a large built in storage cupboard. A sitting room with an attractive fireplace has a pair of glazed doors leading to a dining area which in turn opens to a wonderful sun room. This is a bright and airy room which enjoys a magnificent and far reaching outlook over the garden and the countryside beyond. A well equipped kitchen with arrange of fitted floor units and plumbing for a dishwasher, American style fridge freezer also has a solid fuel Stanley range cooker which also heats the hot water. From the kitchen, a door leads to a rear hall / utility area with additional fitted units, a Calor gas cooker and a large built in storage cupboard. Completing the accommodation is a good sized family bathroom and three bedrooms with the master bedroom having an en suite shower room.
The house is heated with radiators fueled by a solid fuel stove in the kitchen and supplemented by an electric water cylinder. Large double glazed windows flood the interior with natural light as well as opening up the spectacular views
Outside, there is a well maintained garden with extensive areas of lawn, a pond as well as ample parking for several vehicles on an area of hardstanding.
Located adjacent to the house is the original traditional croft house. Although in need of work, this most charming traditional dwelling provides great scope for development, creating either a holiday home or additional accommodation to the main house (subject to consents).
There is a range of superb outbuildings. These are predominantly constructed of concrete block under a mix of corrugated tin or cement fibre roofs. They are mainly concrete floored and benefit from power and lighting. The outbuildings include:
Tractor Shed: About 7.3m x 6.3m
Store Room. About 8.7m x 3.9m
Workshop. About 9.8m x 3.9m
Byre. About 5m x 10m
Store. About 2.4m x 4.1m
Stables. About 8.3m x 12.5m
3 loose boxes
A useful pole barn measures 15m x 3.5m and has a tin roof and earthen floor in addition to an excellent 14m x 5m polytunnel.
Excellent grazing for horses or other livestock is available in 8 separate paddocks together with a small parcel of amenity woodland. In total, Roadside Croft extends to about 17.2 acres or thereby.