11 Deveronside is a grade C-listed property with a date stone found in the courtyard in 1744. The property is in a quiet popular residential area of Banff, a historic picturesque seaside town on the Moray Coast.
The current owners during their tenure have continuously upgraded and modernised when and where necessary with no expense spared, recent upgrades include specialist damp treatment, upgrades to the kitchen and utility room with a fantastic wood-burning stove in the main lounge, and a new bathroom on the upper floor completes the upgrades. The property also retained many original features, including a ceiling cornice, pitch pine doors, and high skirting boards. In addition, the property further benefits from the sash and case windows, gas central heating and a fresh neutral decor throughout.
The property would suit the young family the professional couple or a fantastic holiday or second home, viewing is a must to appreciate the location and accommodation that is on offer.
From the hallway, there are two principal rooms on the ground floor level providing flexible accommodation consisting of a spacious formal lounge with an ornate wood-burning stove, and a formal dining room. The modern kitchen includes floor and wall-mounted units, with wood effect worktops and quality free-standing appliances. The rear hall leads to the utility room, a three-piece shower room access to the enclosed rear courtyard and steps to the upper garage with a workshop.
A carpeted staircase with a wooden balustrade leads to the first-floor landing where there are two double bedrooms both have views across the mouth of the River Deveron and the Moray Firth. A cleverly designed Jack and Jill bathroom with a shower over the bath services these two bedrooms. A further carped staircase leads to the upper level where you have a large double bedroom with its private bathroom. There is an abundance of storage cupboards throughout the property.
On-street free parking is available immediately to the front of the property, with off-street parking in the garage which is located at the rear of the property and accessed from High Shore Street.
The rear courtyard is private with a very high perimeter wall and can be accessed from the property, the garage or a separate outer door from Shore Street. The courtyard is laid to stone with various potted plants and is ideal for enjoying the afternoon sun, entertaining and some alfresco dining. Also provides a safe and secure locked environment for children and pets. Access to the stone-built garage is via a set of traditional stone stairways and the garage has power and light.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, blinds, curtains and light fittings are included unless otherwise stated.
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