High Street, Aberlour, AB38 9QD

Guide Price £535,000

0.79 acres

Bedroom Count icon 5

Reception Count icon 2

Bathroom Count icon 3

Riversyde is an attractive traditional house constructed of stone under a slate roof. Sittingback from the roadside, a garden path leads up to the front of the house. A front door opens into a vestibule with parquet flooring and on to a hallway with stairs to the first floor and excellent storage cupboards. To the right is a sitting room and directly opposite is the dining room. Both rooms are generously sized, have impressive fireplaces and are wonderfully bright w ith large south-east facing bay windows. Back in the hallway, to the left is a superb and well equipped dining kitchen which has a range of wall and floor units and various integrated appliances. A door from the kitchen leads to the garden whilst the room is flooded with natural light from the large windows which overlook the rear garden and outtowards the River Spey. Also accessed from the hallway is a bedroom, a bathroom with highquality modern fittings and a utility room with space for white goods. The first floor landingleads to four bedrooms, three of which are particularly generous in size, a further familybathroom and a shower room.Overall, the house has a wonderfully warm, welcoming atmosphere and a number of fineperiod features including high ceilings, high skirtings, dado rails, cornicing and beautifulfireplaces. It appears to be in very good condition and is tastefully decorated throughout.GARDENOutside, the house sits within an extensive and charming garden which is enclosed by a stone wall and includes areas of lawn, various flower beds, mature bushes and trees, a former vegetable patch, a former chicken coup and a greenhouse. There is ample space for parking on the gravelled driveway to the side of the house in addition to the garage which adjoins the house. To the rear of the house, the grounds extend beyond the stone wall and include an area of rough ground enclosed by a post and wire fence.