Nether Brae is an extended, traditional farmhouse, situated in an elevated position and enjoys stunning views, including a magnificent outlook over the Spey valley from the garden. The house is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof and provides …
Nether Brae is an extended, traditional farmhouse, situated in an elevated position and enjoys stunning views, including a magnificent outlook over the Spey valley from the garden. The house is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof and provides spacious accommodation over two storeys.
The front door opens into a vestibule which leads to a hallway with traditional Victorian staircase to the first floor. To the right is a bright dining kitchen which is of a good size and has a range of modern wall and floor units. At the opposite end of the hallway is a sitting room which is also generously sized and has a wood burning stove. Both the sitting room and kitchen have tall ceilings with cornicing and timber window shutters. Upon leaving the sitting room and turning left, down the hallway is a family bathroom which has high quality modern fittings including a roll top bath and walk in shower. Continuing down the hallway is a family room which also gives access to a utility room/kitchenette with access to the adjoining shower room/wet room as well as door to the garden. A further door from the family room leads to the attached outbuilding which is currently used for storage. The property also has a first floor above the family room which can be accessed independently of the main house. Previously used for servants’ quarters, this space offers the potential to be converted into further accommodation (subject to all necessary consents being obtained) and incorporated as part of the main house or used as a separate annexe. Back in the main hallway, stairs lead to a first floor landing off which there are three bedrooms, two of which are particularly generous in size.
Outside, the grounds extend to about 2.05 acres in total and include a garden area to the front of the house which is primarily laid to lawn and also has raised vegetable beds. To the side of the house there is a parking area and the grounds extend down a slope, this area has previously been used for grazing.