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Lower Burnside

Ballindalloch, Ballindalloch, Moray, AB37 9AB

Offers Over £525,000


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  • 4 bedrooms and 2 reception rooms

  • Constructed to a high standard with many fine features

  • Well maintained landscaped grounds

  • Breathtaking Speyside setting with magnificent open views

  • Beautiful and distinctive site by the banks of the river Spey

  • Double garage

  • Successful holiday letting property

Lower Burnside’s location is highly desirable sitting close to the River Spey at the heart of the Ballindalloch Estate. It sits on the site of a former stone built bothy and has been designed and built to resemble a traditional …

Lower Burnside’s location is highly desirable sitting close to the River Spey at the heart of the Ballindalloch Estate. It sits on the site of a former stone built bothy and has been designed and built to resemble a traditional dwelling with an adjoining outbuilding and provides spacious accommodation over one and a half storeys. The property was constructed by the well regarded builder Robertsons in 2005 and has been constructed and finished to the highest standard. From the front driveway, a veranda and covered entrance open to a spacious and brightly lit hallway. A glazed partition and door open into a stunning dual aspect sitting room with a wood burning stove. A door leads to the impressive dining kitchen which has a range of hand built units with sycamore and granite worktops, two pairs of French doors to the garden as well as a four oven oil fired Aga. The far reaching views from this light filled room are of Ben Rinnes to the East and the Cromdale Hills to the West. Two spacious double bedrooms (both with en suite bathrooms and one with a large walk in wardrobe and a separate linen cupboard), a utility room, study/nursery, cloakroom/WC and mud room complete the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor, a landing with ample built in storage cupboards leads to a shower room and two further bedrooms, one of which has a built-in wardrobe. The house has been finished to an exceptionally high standard with solid Ash doors, high quality door furniture, bathroom and kitchen fittings throughout. The verandah at the front of the house with its vernacular larch upright supports faces south and the paved terrace at the side faces west to catch the last of the evening sun. The corrugated red roof on the stone-faced single storey building also reflects the rural architecture of the area.

With many south facing windows and dual aspect rooms, the house has a bright and airy atmosphere, is tastefully decorated in Farrow and Ball colours throughout and appears to be in excellent condition. Being well insulated, double glazed and with zoned central heating (including under floor heating on the ground floor), the house is warm and energy efficient. The well designed floor layout allows for great flexibility of use and the property could be used equally well as a family home or as holiday accommodation, as has very successfully been the case in recent years.