Wonderful inside and out, this Aberdeenshire family home is definitely not one to miss, writes Cheryl Livingstone
The first thoughts I had when I saw the schedule for this property was how cute and welcoming it looked.
Without knowing what it looked like on the inside, I really wanted to find out more about it.
And that’s why making sure the exterior of your house is as inviting and good looking as your interior is important. Number 3 Hunters Rise in Pitmedden definitely ticks that box.
This four bedroom detached villa is impressive both inside and out, making it a home that should not be missed.
Built by Churchill Homes, the house is located in a lovely cul-de-sac in the village of Pitmedden. So as well as a lovely rural lifestyle, you are also within easy commuting distance of Dyce, Aberdeen and Inverurie.
On entering this stunning home a welcoming vestibule leads you to the hallway which has access to the staircase, to the garage and the split-level upper floors.
The spacious lounge is the first room to impress with its two windows flooding the room with natural light and an open fire with an attractive surround taking centre stage.
The dining kitchen has been fitted with light beech base and wall units with contrasting worktops with ample space for furniture and is on an open plan basis with the family area where French doors lead to the rear garden.
On the mezzanine floor you will find two good sized double bedrooms while on the first floor the master bedroom features triple mirrored wardrobes with an en suite shower room fitted with a white piece suite.
The fourth bright and airy double bedroom has double wardrobes with a gable end window where you can stand and enjoy the countryside views. There is also a family bathroom.
Outside the house, on the market for offers over £425,000, there is a fenced front garden, a tarred double width driveway leading to the double garage and at the back, a fully enclosed garden with a patio area.
In the village there are shops, a primary school, church, village hall and parks as well as the National Trust for Scotland’s Pitmedden Garden.
Contact: Aberdein Considine on 01358 721893.