McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present this two-bedroom traditional stone and slate cottage near Rhynie in rural Aberdeenshire. The property sits not far from Tap o Noth and offers a real taste of country living on a beautiful 2-acre plot only four miles from Rhynie, showcasing terrific countryside views and genuine privacy is in excellent condition and is available immediately.
Entering the property via the conservatory at the front of the property. The conservatory is a lovely bright triple-aspect space where you can sit in all weathers to read or relax. It also serves as a storm porch for the small hallway, providing all accommodation access. Under the stairs is a very convenient and unusual WC. On your immediate right is the family lounge, a snug, cosy room with a log-burning stove and picture rail. To the left of the hallway is a fabulous modern open-plan kitchen/diner with a built-in breakfast bar and space for a dining table with ample storage and natural wood floor. There is also a multi-fuel stove (back boiler) with a stone hearth which feels traditional with a modern twist. The kitchen has a ceramic hob, an electric oven, and an under-counter fridge. Off the kitchen/diner are two further rooms, a good-sized utility room offering considerable additional storage and a door leading to the garden. Finally, there is the family shower room, a modern tiled floor and splashback which is bright and airy with a heated towel rail.
Climbing the traditional staircase to the sleeping accommodation are two double bedrooms. Neither room has built-in storage, but both have substantial velux windows ensuring plenty of natural daylight. A large hall storage cupboard completes the property.
The property is double-glazed throughout, with oil central heating. A septic tank serves the property. Moreover, a private water supply from the hill with a reservoir and filter system.
Externally the property sits on a sizeable two-acre plot, including a paddock, garden, mature woodland and vegetable plot. Furthermore, three brick stables (currently used as storage) could quickly be returned to stables. A former rail goods carriage, timber clad with power (now storage), would be perfect as a separate work-from-home space.
In addition to this, the property includes off-road parking, a substantial garden mainly laid to lawn both front and back, plus a wood storage shed. Bruntland Cottage presents a rare opportunity to acquire a traditional stone cottage in a stunning rural setting with outstanding countryside views and regular sightings of Pinemartin, Wild Cat and Deer.
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