Situated on the harbour front with its elevated location is this picturesque two-bedroom detached cottage located on the east coast of Scotland in the historic village hamlet of Collieston. This traditionally built stone and slate cottage must be viewed to fully appreciate the location of the property the surrounding area and fantastic views of the harbour. The current owner during their long tenure has upgraded and modernized to an exceptional standard. The property benefits from generous-sized accommodation throughout which is decorated with a fresh neutral palette and further benefits from double and triple glazed windows and electric-fired central heating. The area is frequented by numerous visitors, especially during peak seasons, which could be a very lucrative and extremely successful holiday, let to the new owners.
The property comprises a front porch with a seating area, access to the hallway, a central recently upgraded shower room, a lounge with dual aspect windows, and a modern dining kitchen with multiple work services and cupboards. The first floor with refurbished Velux windows comprises two double bedrooms.
Off-street parking is available at the front of the property, immediately in front of a large wooden outbuilding, the elevated gardens and decked areas provide various different seating areas, ensuring that you make the best of the weather and views regardless of the time of day. There is a small lawn area with some sporadic planting of potted seasonal flowers and shrubs. A further large wooden outbuilding has potential for further development also incorporating a WC. The property is serviced with mains electricity, main drains, water and oil-fired central heating.
Extras (Included in the sale): All fitted floor coverings, light fittings and curtains.
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