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6 Charlotte Street

Fochabers, Moray, IV32 7EE

Guide Price £60,000


  • Bright and airy accommodation

  • Well proportioned rooms

  • Town centre location

  • Easy access to a wide range of local amenities

  • Small garden area

  • Potential to be converted into a dwelling house

6 Charlotte Street is located in a very convenient location at the heart of the highly desirable village of Fochabers, in the county of Moray. Located on the east bank of the River Spey, Fochabers provides a good range of ...

6 Charlotte Street is located in a very convenient location at the heart of the highly desirable village of Fochabers, in the county of Moray. Located on the east bank of the River Spey, Fochabers provides a good range of services and a thriving calendar for arts, cultural and social events. Local amenities include a choice of independent shops, hotels, a small supermarket, Health Centre, and both primary and secondary schooling (Milne’s Primary and High School). Private schooling is available at Gordonstoun, Duffus (about 15 miles). The popular Baxters retail centre, Christies Garden Centre and Gordon Castle (and Walled Garden) are all close by in Fochabers and the surrounding area includes a wealth of walks and mountain biking trails in the Ordiequish Wood. To the north west, Elgin provides a wider range of facilities including a leisure centre, library, hospital, retail park, various large supermarkets and a train station with services to Inverness and Aberdeen. Aberdeen and Inverness both offer all the facilities one would expect of a modern city including airports which offer regular domestic flights and summer flights to many European destinations, an excellent selection of shopping, sporting and cultural opportunities.

Moray is famous for its mild climate, has a beautiful and varied countryside with a coastline of rich agricultural land, prosperous fishing villages and wide, open beaches. The upland areas to the South are sparsely populated and provide dramatic scenery, some of which forms the Cairngorm National Park. The unspoilt landscape provides a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities including fishing on the world famous Spey and many other rivers, a wealth of shooting and game sports on various local estates and skiing at the Lecht and Cairngorm range. The area has a number of excellent golf courses including The Moray Golf Club in Lossiemouth with its classic Links Course designed by Tom Morris in 1889, Elgin Golf Club, the two championship courses in Nairn and the Castle Stuart Golf Links by Inverness which hosted the Scottish Open in 2011 to 2013. For the sailing enthusiast the marinas at Lossiemouth and The Royal Findhorn Sailing Club provide excellent facilities. Other attractions in the region include ‘The Malt Whisky Trail’, ‘The Speyside Way’, Cairngorm National Park, The Castle Trail, The Culbin Forest providing a fascinating and exciting network of trails for walking and biking and Aviemore which is the year round hub for adventure sports in the Cairngorms.

DESCRIPTION
6 Charlotte Street comprises a charming office located on a quiet street in the popular village of Fochabers. Originally built as a dwelling house but having been converted for ‘commercial use’ in the mid 1980’s, it is constructed of harled block under a pitched slate roof with accommodation provided over two storeys.

On the ground floor, a front door opens into a hallway with stairs leading to the first floor. To the right is a good sized office with a large window. There is a door to a further bright and airy office with a sliding door to the garden area and a door to the kitchen. The kitchen has wall and floor units, a sink and space for a table. From here there is access to a hall and on to a W.C.. On the first floor there is a further office which is generous in size and filled with natural light. Opposite the office, a useful store room completes the first floor accommodation. Outside there is a small, enclosed garden area to the side of the property. Whilst 6 Charlotte Street has most recently been used as a commercial premises, it was originally built as a dwelling house and could easily be converted back to a charming residential dwelling (subject to obtaining all necessary consents).