24 Batchen Street
Tel: 01343 564123
About the Property
Home Report Valuation as at 27th January, 2020 = £335,000
Character Property for sale in 3 separate lots or a combination of Lots. Viewing highly recommended.
House and Steading – £325,000
House and Garden (without Steading) – £295,000
Large Steading – Conversion Project – £85,000
Planning granted in principle) along with solar panels and electricity connection.
- 4 Bedroom Bungalow
- 1.25 acre grounds
- Large Steading (conversion / income potential)
- Beautiful rural situation
- Close to Inverurie
- Income from Solar Panels
- Great family home
- Fantastic social space
Situation and Location
A lively and active village, Meikle Wartle has varied events organised throughout the year such as the Christmas parties in the village hall and a village fireworks display not to mention weekly Highland dancing and the regular summer events advertised on the Meikle Wartle fb page. Cushieston House also benefits from superfast broadband.
The nearest primary school is Rayne North less than 2 miles away and with school transport picking up at bottom of track. Meldrum Academy is the nearest secondary school. There is a well-stocked shop and garage is less than 2 miles away and a fish van and green grocers veg delivery weekly.
7 miles distant, Inverurie is the nearest large town offering all amenities and a varied selection of large stores and small independent shops as well as the rail link to Aberdeen.
Reception hall, drawing room, expansive open plan kitchen, family dining room. Snug or office, utility Room, large conservatory, 4 double bedrooms, 1 en-suite shower and bathroom..
4.35 x 3.1
Lovely large reception hall with 5 full height windows overlooking the front garden. Clearview 5kw multi fuel stove. 2 ceiling lights (fittings to be removed). Mosaic tile flooring. Radiator. Double cupboard. Cloak cupboard.
11.6 x 4.5
Kitchen / Family 8.6m x 3.5m / Dining Room 4.5m x 3m (total length is 11.6m)
Superb social space incorporating the kitchen, family area and dining room. Multiple full height windows ensure a bright and sunny aura throughout the day. Door to side garden. Jotul 8Kw wood burning stove. The kitchen has 2 ceramic Belfast sinks, units and central island with solid oak worktops. Ample lighting, 2 radiators, multiple tv aerial points and solid Oak flooring.
3.15m x 3m
Handy versatile room, currently used as a study and quiet room. 2 windows to the front garden and 3 facing East. Light, tv point, radiator and tiled flooring.
2.5m x 1.7m
Useful utility with fitted cupboards and units. Circular sink. Space for washing machine. Window recess.
6.6m x 3.6m to 2.6m
Large conservatory with windows all round on low height walls. Also door to back garden. Wall lights, radiator and mix of tiles and carpet to floor.
6.0m x 4.5m to 3.5m
Generous lounge with 4 windows enjoying a view over the front garden. Black stone feature fireplace with marble surround , solid Oak floor, pendant light and 2 radiators.
4.4m x 4.2m
Principal Bedroom with 2 windows. 2 double wardrobes. Central ceiling light, carpet and radiator.
En-Suite Shower Room
3.15m x 1m
Shower Room with wc, basin and shower cubicle (to be finished off). Downlights, radiator, towel rail and vinyl flooring.
3.3m x 3.5m
Double Bedroom with 2 windows to the front garden. Double wardrobe. 4 way spotlight, tv aerial lead, carpet and radiator.
3.3m x 3.5m
Double Bedroom, 2 windows to rear. Double wardrobe. 4 way spotlight, carpet and radiator.
3.0m x 3.5m
Double Bedroom, window to rear. Double wardrobe, pendant light, carpet and radiator. Main telephone line socket.
2.3m x 2.7m
Contemporary suite with bath, wc and basin. Recessed downlights. Laminate flooring, radiator and towel rail. Double opaque windows.
Large 1.25 acre mature garden grounds with defined boundaries. Gravel driveway with large expanse for parking. Well stocked shrubberies at rear. The front of the house has a gravel pathway, bordered with rockeries which leads to lawns. Numerous productive fruit trees and bushes. Raised vegetable beds. Large expanse of lawn to the east side which culminates in woodland. Beautiful views from the garden over the countryside beyond.
18m x 5.4m
Lying to the North of the house is the traditional stone steading with metal box profile sheet roof. Solar Panels. Currently comprises 2 areas and is used as a workshop, store and garage. Several windows and skylights and door openings, garage roller door. Good insulation. Light and power.
Aberdeen Council letter stating an application for conversion to use as a Holiday Let or change of use to a dwelling would be approved.
LPG gas fired central heating. Mains electricity and water. Septic tank drainage.
The solar panel system brings in approx. £600 pa as well as assisting in keeping electricity costs down.
Fixtures and Fittings
The fitted floor coverings, the blinds and light fittings (except those in the reception Hall) will be included in the sale price. 4 oven AGA may be available for sale separately.
Home Report Information
Home report valuation as at January, 2018 is £350,000, EPI rating D and Council Tax Band F.