Strathmore Cottage sits in a stunning and very tranquil setting close to the delightful village of Tomnavoulin within the Cairngorm National Park. This unspoilt landscape provides a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities including fishing on the world famous ...
Strathmore Cottage sits in a stunning and very tranquil setting close to the delightful village of Tomnavoulin within the Cairngorm National Park. This unspoilt landscape provides a wide range of leisure and sporting opportunities including fishing on the world famous Spey and Findhorn rivers, sailing and walking. Tomintoul (about 6 miles) provides useful amenities including shops, cafes, a public house, doctors surgery and primary school whilst Dufftown, about 13 miles to the north also offers a good range of day to day facilities. There is also a well regarded primary school and doctors surgery in Bridgend of Glenlivet (about 3.5 miles). A wider range of facilities is available in Aberlour (about 15 miles) and Grantown on Spey (about 21 miles), whilst the city of Inverness, with its rail and airport links, lies about 54 miles to the northwest. There are a wide range of rural pursuits available locally including waymarked walks and cycle tracks, skiing at the nearby Lecht Ski and Activity Centre and golf at Grantown, Ballindalloch, Dufftown and Carrbridge.
Elgin (about 30 miles) is the principle town in the county and has a wide range of amenities including various major supermarkets, a library, a good selection of independent shops, various sporting and recreational facilities and a train station providing direct links to Aberdeen and Inverness. Aberdeen and Inverness provides all of the facilities expected from modern and prosperous cities, with an excellent selection of shopping, retail parks and
Strathmore Cottage is a delightful, extended, traditional cottage situated in an elevated position near the village of Tomnavoulin. It is constructed of rendered stone under a pitched slate roof and provides flexible accommodation over one and a half storeys.
A door opens into a light and airy hallway with stairs to the first floor and shelves for storage. To the left is a door to a bathroom. Further along the hallway is a sitting room which has a wood burning stove and a bay window which ensures it is a wonderfully light room and makes the most of the beautiful hill views. Opposite the sitting room is the generously sized dining kitchen. The kitchen benefits from a good range of timber wall and floor units, a double Belfast sink, a gas hob and a Stanley oil fired stove which also feeds the radiators and heats the hot water. The dining area is triple aspect and has a door out to the garden. A good sized bedroom completes the ground floor accommodation. The first floor comprises two double bedrooms. Overall the house appears to be in good condition and has a light and airy atmosphere. It has a combination of double and triple glazing, and oil fired central heating.
Outside, there is an enclosed and well maintained garden which extends to about 0.65 acres. It includes a generous area of lawn which gently slopes down to an area of mature shrubs and bushes. There is a superb double garage which has a floored loft and is constructed of rendered block with a pitched slate roof. Timber sheds provide further storage space whilst there is ample space for parking a number of vehicles on the gravelled driveway.