Kirkton of Aberlemno is a charming "C" listed residence set within a large garden plot complete with a semi rural outlook and presentation. The ambient layout of accommodation comprises reception hallway, lounge with feature log burner to provide a warm glow in the depths of winter, separate dining room which could be used for a multitude of purposes, shower room, study/office, outer hallway which leads to a lavishly appointed/equipped kitchen, utility and gives access to the rear gardens which provide parking whilst upstairs there are 3 pleasant bedrooms, main family bathroom and loft section.
The specification includes oil fired central heating and grounds which to front are ornamental whilst to the rear there is parking, raised vegetable beds etc. and external storage in the form of a garden shed and greenhouse. RECEPTION HALLWAY
Ornamental door from front grounds leading to main public accommodation and staircase to upper levels. Fresh décor. LOUNGE 14' 5" x 14' 4" (4.40m x 4.38m)
A delightful, rustic apartment overlooking gardens and to countryside beyond, pristine condition including a feature log burner to provide warmth and a comforting ambient glow throughout the winter months. Tasteful presentation and décor. DINING ROOM 14' 5" x 12' 5" (4.41m x 3.80m)
Dining room of similar proportions to lounge, ample space for dining table and chairs. Due to size could provide flexibility of a master bedroom if required. Alcove to display shelving and storage. SHOWER ROOM 6' 7" x 4' 9" (2.03m x 1.47m)
Incorporates a 3 piece suite comprising low flush W.C., wash hand basin and double shower cubicle and base. Full height ceramic tiling to cubicle with splash back to additional walk. Wall mounted extractor fan. STUDY/OFFICE 6' 8" x 49' 10" (2.04m x 15.2m)
Offering a sizeable home office/study with window overlooking tranquil backdrop accessed from hallway. Fresh decorative order. OUTER HALLWAY 6' 0" x 5' 6" (1.84m x 1.68m)
Rear access to courtyard section of property with car parking. Cupboard storage, access into utility, kitchen and main hall. UTILITY ROOM 14' 0" x 5' 11" (4.29m x 1.82m)
Large and very useful addition to the accommodation providing a range of base storage units with complimentary worktop surfaces to include a stainless steel sink unit. Currently house the central heating boiler with rear window onto courtyard garden. Plumbing installed for washing machine. KITCHEN 16' 3" x 10' 10" (4.96m x 3.31m)
Recently installed luxury kitchen displaying a high gloss finish in a "Shaker" design and fitments. There is a range of base and floor mounted storage units to provide a varied array of storage requirements, a larder section to incorporate the fridge/freezer in addition to a pull out section with multiple wire baskets. worktop surfaces are of a natural varnished wood finish complete with a contemporary "Belfast" sink with professional mixer tap fitment, integrated dish washer. The kitchen benefits from a Range Master cooker and extractor canopy above. A noteable feature of the kitchen is its generous proportions which also benefit from a island to provide breakfasting area or perhaps a food preparation section complete with further storage units below and a 3 lamp pendant light fitment above to illuminate. Chrome fitted sockets are abundant above the worktops to facilitate a multitude of kitchen appliances. There is a window overlooking courtyard UPPER HALLWAY
Accessed via staircase within the main reception this hall gives direct access to 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. there is a window for natural light and is presented in fresh decorative order. BEDROOM 1 15' 0" x 12' 5" (4.58m x 3.80m)
Delightful master bedroom to be found upon the first floor level complete with an appealing rustic outlook, storage cupboard, fresh décor and generous proportions. BEDROOM 2 15' 0" x 10' 7" (4.58m x 3.24m)
Generous double sized apartment of similar proportions to master bed, fresh decorative order, appealing outlook and storage cupboard. BEDROOM 3 12' 0" x 4' 10" (3.68m x 1.48m)
Single sized apartment with front facing window to provide a pleasant aspect, accessed via upper hallway. BATHROOM 9' 1" x 5' 10" (2.78m x 1.78m)
Main family bathroom accessed via upper hallway, incorporating a 3 piece suite comprising low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath, "Victorian" mixer tap fitments to both with a shower head above bath itself, shower rail and curtain. Opaque window formation. ATTIC
Accessed via hatch from bedroom 3 which will provide a limited storage area. CENTRAL HEATING
There is a system of oil fired central heating circulating throughout the property with the tank to be found in the rear garden section. GARDENS
Front gardens are mainly ornamental with a large lawned section with loose chipping around the perimeter leading to 2 separate pedestrian gated access routes.
Rear and side grounds provide gated driveway access to include off street parking for multiple cars, beyond which there is a further grassed section to include raised vegetable beds. Side grounds provide access to a greenhouse and garden shed for storage. LOCATION
Aberlemno is a small village and parish in the Scottish council area of Angus. It is noted for three large carved Pictish stones dating from the 7th and 8th centuries AD which are of historical significance. There is also a village hall which is the hub for village activities.
The neighbouring town of Forfar has been both a traditional market town and a major manufacturing centre for linen and jute. Today the main activities are agriculture and tourism around scenic Strathmore. The local glens are popular with hill-walkers, and there are ski-slopes in the mountains. The town has a League One football club, Forfar Athletic and a National League rugby team, the Strathmore Silverbacks.
A comprehensive array of amenities can be found within Forfar to include supermarkets and small individual outlets for general day to day living. Schooling is available at both Primary and Secondary levels and there is also provision for public transport links to a varied list of destinations. Commuting to Forfar, Dundee and Aberdeen is also available via a road network.
The Steading adjacent to the property is also for sale however the stonedyke perimeter wall cannot be removed as noted within the title deeds.
In addition the property situated to the front of Kirkton of Aberlemno has recently been purchased with the new owners intending to re-roof the barn section in order to make it more aesthetically pleasing. VIEWING
Viewing is highly recommended in order not to miss this outstanding opportunity!
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