Deanshaugh House Waterside St
24 Batchen Street
Tel: 01343 564123
About the Property
We are delighted to bring to the market Deanshaugh House and garden ground extending to approx 1 acre.
The full extent of the policies currently extend to around 2 acres and it is the main house with garden which lies to the North and West of the driveway which is being marketed for sale. The remainder will be retained by the current owners.
Constructed in 1720 and extended in 1825, Deanshaugh House is the property that lies at the bottom of the Piggy Brae in Bishopmill. It's formal address is Waterside St and you drive alongside the River Lossie to the gates of the property.
Deanshaugh House is a "B" Listed building and as such is considered to be of significant historical and architectural interest. Stringent planning controls and regulations exist to preserve and enhance the character and appearance of such buildings.
The property is understood to have been affected by flood damage in the past. Flood alleviation works have been
undertaken within the Elgin area.
The vendor advises they have documentation stating that this no longer represents an insurance risk.
Upper Ground Floor
External stone steps lead up to the upper ground floor.
Hallway leading through the house with staircase to the lower ground floor and at the far end, staircase to the Attic floor.
5.8 m x 4.5 m
Beautiful Drawing Room with superb curved wall and window. Chandelier and original wood flooring.
5.8 m x 4.5 m
Again, beautifully elegant double aspect room. Feature fireplace. Chandeliers and original wood flooring.
4.6 m x 5.25 m
Large double Bedroom with East facing window with lovely outlook. Fitted wardrobe. Pendant light and carpet.
View from Bedroom 1
3.5 m x 3.2 m
Dining Kitchen with basic range of units. Belfast sink and usual appliances. 6 track light and wooden flooring.
3.55 m x 2.8 m
Large Bathroom with double shower cubicle, French bath, wc and wash stand and basin. East facing window. Opening to large airing cupboard with hotwater tank. 3way spot light, vinyl flooring. Attic understair cupboard.
1 m x 2.15 m
WC and wash hand basin.
Door conceals the staircase to the attic floor.
Attic Room 1
4m x 3.4 m
Attic Bedroom 5
4.9 m x 3.4 m
Generous double Bedroom with coombed ceilings. Velux window. Cupboard.
Lower Ground Floor
Staircase opposite bedroom 1 leads down to the lower ground floor.
6.95 m x 4
Lovely open plan very generous room. Plenty of fitted units. Bosky solid fuel boiler supplying the radiators on the first floor. 2 separate doors to the garden - to the South (with wheelchair access) and East. Tiled flooring.
3 m x 1.9 m
Versatile room currently housing appliances.
3.9 m x 4.2 m
Large double bedroom with curved wall. Inglenook fireplace. Wood flooring. West facing window.
4.4 m x 3.9 m
Double bedroom with East facing window.
4.6 m x 4.3 m
Double bedroom again with East facing window. Decorative fireplace. 2 alcove.
Utility Room / Shower Room
3.3 m x 3 m
Oil fired central heating boiler. Shower Unit. Wash hand basin.
4 m x 1 m
Wash hand basin in window recess and wc.
Extent of Ground for sale
The area coloured yellow shows the approximate extent of ground being sold with the house.
Entrance from Waterside Street
This entrance is currently unaccessible due to works being carried out on the River Lossie. The alternative vehicular access is the track from Deanshaugh Road.
There is a generous area of ground which may have potential as a separate building plot - subject to obtaining consents.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.
Part oil fired wet central heating system supplying radiators to lower ground floor and ground floor bathroom. The solid fuel Bosky system supplies radiators at ground floor level.
Home Report valuation as at June 2020 is £245,000, EPI rating F and Council Tax Band D.