Burnside Of Ballintomb

Carron, Aberlour, Moray, AB38 7QU

Offers Over £310,000

Bedroom Count icon 3

  • 2 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms
  • Traditional extended farmhouse
  • Attractive stone and slate built steading
  • In need of modernisation
  • Exciting development opportunity
  • Peaceful and secluded settings
  • Breath-taking views over Speyside
  • Peaceful location
  • Acreage 0.47acres (0.19 hectares)

Burnside of Ballintomb is a charming extended traditional farmhouse and steading located in an elevated position overlooking Speyside. Likely to date from the mid to late 1800ā€™s, the property comprises an extended farmhouse and a ā€˜Cā€™ shaped steading which with the house form an attractive courtyard. On the ground floor, the house is accessed through a porch and into the main hallway. To the left is a sitting room / 3rd bedroom whilst ahead is a family bathroom. Turning right in the hall leads to a living room which in turn accesses the kitchen. There is a dining room accessed from the sitting room whilst from the kitchen is a good sized utility room. Completing the ground floor is a rear hall with a large built in cupboard. On the first floor, a landing leads to two bedrooms, both of which have coombed ceilings. Whilst the house may be considered dated by modern standards, it offers buyers an exciting renovation project. The house is heated using oil central heating and is double glazed.GARDEN AND GROUNDSTo the front of the house is an enclosed garden with an area of lawn surrounded by various mature trees and shrubs. To the rear lies the traditional steading. Also constructed from stone under a slate roof, the steading was originally used as a mill and includes a series of useful stores and byres. It offers significant development potential (subject to planning) as well as providing excellent storage space and the opportunity to establish a business from home. There is also a useful detached workshop.The property is accessed over a private track owned by the neighbouring Estate and over which it is understood that all necessary rights of access are in place.