135 Findhorn was originally two cottages, which over the years have been combined and extended to create what is now a single, deceptively spacious cottage constructed of rendered stone with a pitched slate roof. Located at the heart of the …
135 Findhorn was originally two cottages, which over the years have been combined and extended to create what is now a single, deceptively spacious cottage constructed of rendered stone with a pitched slate roof. Located at the heart of the village it is close to the local amenities and the bay.
A path leads up the garden to the front door which gives access to a porch. Directly ahead is a conservatory. To the right is the hallway which leads to the sitting/dining room which is double aspect, generous in size and for a traditional cottage has tall ceilings. There is a door to the kitchen which has a view out to the garden, a sink and a door to a courtyard area. The hallway also gives access to two bedrooms, both of which are of a good size. A bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. A staircase leads to the first floor on which there is a small landing and a door to an attic bedroom which is generous in size and has a window with a view over rooftops and to the bay beyond. Although the cottage is in need of some modernisation overall it is light, airy and has a welcoming feel. It is double glazed, has oil fired central heating and mains water.
Outside, the well maintained garden to the front of the house is primarily laid to lawn and bordered by a hedge, mature plants and a timber fence. There is also a nicely secluded patio area to the side of the cottage. The garden is of a good size, particularly for such a centrally located property in Findhorn. A gate to the rear of the house gives access to a lane which leads down to the nearby bay. Attached to the cottage is a useful rendered stone and slate built outbuilding which provides ample storage space as well as potential for development into additional accommodation (subject to obtaining all necessary consents).