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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Ellanfern, Braemar, Aberdeenshire

Offers Over £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Traditional Victorian Villa
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Summerhouse
  • Garage
  • Fantastic Views
  • Superb location for outdoor pursuits

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Ellanfern a traditional Victorian granite villa in a tranquil setting on the edge of the popular highland tourist village of Braemar.

Built around 1860 the granite and slate property is in excellent order throughout and retains many fine period features typical of this period. It has more recently been updated with improved insulation, triple glazing, re-roofing, rewiring and a new boiler with pressurised system installed.

This elegant and spacious property has flexible living accommodation which flows beautifully making this home ideal for family living and entertaining. On the ground floor is a beautiful sun room and two formal reception rooms, all enjoying the amazing views, with the kitchen and sunroom towards the back of the property with easy access to the terraces around the house. There is also a ground floor shower room and access to bedroom 5/study.

On the first floor, accessed by the main staircase, are 4 bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is access to bedroom 5/study through bedroom 3.

Ellanfern is on the edge of Braemar, close to the golf course and within walking distance to the local amenities.

Braemar is a delightful tourist village in the Cairngorm National Park, surrounded by the Grampian Mountains. The village is a mecca for walkers, climbers and skiers, Glenshee Ski Centre is 9 miles away. Braemar is also home to the highest 18 hole golf course in the UK. There are a number of cafes, restaurants and shops, also a butcher, pharmacy and doctor. Braemar has a primary school and Secondary schooling is at Aboyne Academy. This ancient village is also home to the world famous annual Braemar Gathering and Highland Games.

Blairgowrie is the largest town in Perthshire and has a wide range of amenities in the town centre.
Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen have a wealth of amenities including private schooling, cinemas and theatres, bus and rail links, airports, shopping malls, parks and gardens.

The mature garden contains a selection of mature trees and evergreen plants. There a number of terraces to enjoy the fine views from, with the main terrace to the front of the property. There is a summerhouse, a kennel, a garage and an outbuilding which is split into four sections and is suitable for a variety of uses, but is currently used as a log store, workshop, garden shed & Victorian WC.

1: 3.89m x 2.79m
2: 3.94m x 2.16m
3: 2.52m x 2.17m
WC: 1.65m x 1.12m

4m x 5.7m

There is parking for several cars in the parking area close to the garage and also at the gates at the bottom of the garden with direct access to Cluniebank road.

In a private and peaceful setting, and surrounded by woodland and hills, there is an abundance of wildlife with red deer, roe deer and red squirrels often spotted.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 August 2016

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