Thornhill is an attractive and imposing traditional farmhouse located in a fine elevated position overlooking the Laich o Moray. Likely to date from the late 17th or early 18th Century, the house is grade C listed and constructed from stone …
Thornhill is an attractive and imposing traditional farmhouse located in a fine elevated position overlooking the Laich o’ Moray. Likely to date from the late 17th or early 18th Century, the house is grade C listed and constructed from stone under a pitched slate roof. Well-appointed accommodation is provided over two and a half storeys. On the ground floor, the house is accessed through a lobby / porch and into the dining kitchen which has a good range of wall and floor units. A passage leads to a shower room and onto the main reception all with stairs to the first floor. From the hall, access is taken to a delightful sitting room with a wood burning stove and also the dual aspect living room which could also be used as an additional bedroom if required. On the first floor, the landing leads to four bedrooms, which are all of a generous size as well as a family bathroom. Also from the landing, a staircase provides access to the attic room which is floored and carpeted with 2 sky lights allowing natural light throughout the room. In general, Thornhill is a delightful traditional farmhouse which has a lovely bright and airy atmosphere. It is double glazed and heated using oil fired central heating.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
Outside, there is a generously sized garden with areas of lawn and a former walled garden (the walled remains of an old steading) which provide great scope for those with an interest in gardening. There is a traditional steading which gives versatility for additional storage or a wide range of alternative uses. To the front lie two adjoining paddocks which extend to about 1.02 hectares or thereby.