Westerton of Whitehills is a delightful extended traditional farmhouse and steading in a very pleasant rural setting. Dating from the early 1900s, the house is built from stone under a slate roof together with a more recently added extension. Spacious …
Westerton of Whitehills is a delightful extended traditional farmhouse and steading in a very pleasant rural setting. Dating from the early 1900’s, the house is built from stone under a slate roof together with a more recently added extension. Spacious and flexible accommodation is laid out over two storeys. On the ground floor, the house is accessed through the rear hall with access to the utility room. A bright and airy kitchen has glazed doors out to the garden and a patio and which also has a wood fired range cooker and fitted wall and floor units. There are various integral appliances including a fridge, electric cooker and ceramic hob. From the kitchen, a door leads to the living room which has a wood burning stove. A door from this room leads to the original main hallway which has stairs to the first floor and doors to a WC and bathroom. A dual aspect living room is a cosy and airy room and which also has a wood burning stove whilst completing the ground floor accommodation is a shower room and two bedrooms. On the first floor, a landing has a walk in store and box room as well as two bedrooms, both with dormer windows which command fine views to the south.
The house is tastefully decorated throughout and would make an ideal family home with the dining kitchen, lounge and sitting room being particularly appealing rooms. It has excellent built in storage space and is double glazed and benefits from oil central heating.
GARDEN & STEADING
Outside, there is a generously sized garden with areas of lawn with ample parking for several vehicles in the yard to the rear.
Located nearby is an excellent traditional steading. Predominantly built from stone, the steading comprises various stores, byres and lofts and provides excellent storage as well as significant scope for development with part of the building having full planning consent for conversion into a separate three bedroom dwelling. For full details visit the Aberdeenshire Council Planning Portal https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/planning/public-access/#planning (Ref: App/2020/1928).