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1 Corsemaul Drive, Dufftown, Keith, AB55 4EJ

£265,000 Offers Over - Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Driveway, Garage, Off Road Parking, On Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Council Tax Band: D

Property Features

  • Immaculate, move-in condition
  • Large sunroom with stunning views
  • Great EPC = C
  • Wonderfully quiet cul-de-sac
  • Superb family home or B&B potential

Property Summary

*** SOLD ***

1 Corsemaul Drive is a bright, modern, 3/4-bedroom house sitting on a quiet cul-de-sac of modern houses in private grounds. With fields to two sides the views towards woodland and hills are lovely.  The gardens are lovely and visited by an abundance of birds.

In move-in condition, with most of the floor coverings replaced recently, the outside woodwork entirely revarnished, new blinds throughout, new heated towel rails, new fencing and a great EPC = C, this is a lovely, bright family home, or may have potential as a B&B.

Accommodation comprises 3/4 bedrooms (1 ensuite), shower room, bathroom, spacious dining kitchen, utility room, integral garage, and large sunroom with superb views.

(Note: Please note that the current google map streetview is from 2008 and does not reflect the area as it is now. Please entirely disregard google streetview.)


Entering through a UPVC front door with glazed panels and double-glazed side lights into a convenient vestibule.  A glass door with glazed side panels leads into the wide, open hallway leading to all ground floor accommodation and providing stairs to the upper floor.

A deep, understairs hallway cupboard houses the electricity consumer unit and provides ample storage.

Sitting room (3.7m x 5.6m)

A lovely, spacious sitting room to the front of the house with wide double-glazed windows looking to the manicured front garden.  A coal flame effect gas fitted fire sits in a marble effect surround providing a lovely feature to the room.  Modern LED central lights with dimmer switches. Vertical blind.  Curtains and curtain pole.  Carpet.

Dining room/bedroom 4 (3.2m x 3.0m)

Currently used as a dining room, this room could be used as an accessible downstairs, fourth double bedroom.  To the front of the house, with large, double-glazed windows, curtains and curtain pole, vertical blinds, and carpet. Modern LED lighting with a dimmer switch.

Shower Room (2.4m x 1.7m)

A convenient downstairs shower room with a 2-piece white suite comprising A WC and wall mounted basin, with mirror, glass shelf and shaving point above.  A separate shower enclosure houses a mains shower.  Heated towel rail.  Tiled walls provide a back splash to the basin and WC, with wet wall behind the shower.  Downlights. Vinyl floor.

Dining kitchen (3.3m x 7.1m)

A superb, bright dining kitchen to the rear of the house with wonderful views across the fields and woodland to the hills beyond. Superb kitchen storage with deep drawers, large cupboards and a spacious pull-out pantry unit. A one-and-a-half sink with integral drainer and mixer taps sits beneath the double window.   A cook’s delight, the kitchen is separated from the dining area by a wide countertop with a lit display cabinet and drawers beneath. The integrated dishwasher, hob, extractor fan, fridge/freezer, and double oven complete this lovely kitchen.

The dining area has double doors opening to the bright, spacious sunroom and has ample space for a dining table to sit 6.  Doors to the hallway and utility room.

Vinyl floor.  Roller blinds.

Sunroom (3.8m x 4.5m)

Truly stunning, the sunroom is a delightful living room for all year round. With windows to 3 sides, the long views across the fields to the hills beyond are superb. The garden is visited by a wide range of birds, including siskin, blue and long-tailed tits, gold/green/chaffinches, sparrows, robins, blackbirds and the occasional sparrow hawk.  A sliding patio door leads to the paved patio to the rear of the house providing a superbly private space for enjoying the tranquil surroundings.  Carpet. Vertical blinds.

Utility Room (1.7m x 3.3m)

Adjacent to the dining kitchen, the utility room has a door leading to the rear garden and a further door leading into the integral garage.  With lower cabinets matching the kitchen units, the utility room is an excellent space for laundry and storage.  Space for a free-standing fridge/freezer, plumbed for washing machine, wall-mounted gas Worcester boiler.


Straight carpeted stairs, with wooden balustrades, lead to the upper floor.  At the top of the stairs a wide landing with Velux window provides a handy area for a desk or bookshelves.

Bedroom 1 (4.4m x 4.5m) (at widest point)

An ample double bedroom to the front of the house with high coombed ceilings and a deep bay window providing character. Vertical blinds, curtains and curtain rail. Carpet.

Bedroom 2 (2.8m x 3.5m)

A lovely double bedroom to the rear of the house. Light streams in through the large Velux window, with amazing views across the adjacent countryside. Double built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors provide hanging and shelf space. Large hatch provides access to the floored and insulated loft space.

Family Bathroom (1.9m x 2.6m)

A light family bathroom with a 3-piece white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin inset into a convenient bathroom cabinet with mirror and spotlights, and bath with jets and a mains shower above. Tiled walls. The large Velux window to the rear provides ample natural light and ventilation. Heated towel rail, wall mounted toilet roll holder. Vinyl floor.

Bedroom 3 (4.6m x 3.7m) ensuite

A substantial double bedroom, with ensuite, to the front of the house. With deep bay windows and high coombed ceilings, this bedroom has a lovely ambience. Double built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors provide hanging and shelf space. Door to ensuite. Carpet, curtains and curtain rail.

Ensuite (1.9m x 1.2m)

A convenient ensuite containing a 2-piece white suite comprising WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with glass shelf, shaving point and mirror above, and a separate shower enclosure with mains shower. A wall-mounted medicine cupboard, with mirrored doors, provides convenient storage. Heated towel rail, wall mounted towel ring and toilet roll holder. Vinyl floor. Partially tiled walls behind the WC and basin with floor-to-ceiling wet wall in the shower enclosure.

Garden and outbuildings

The gardens that wrap around 1 Corsemaul are beautiful. To the front, the garden is primarily laid to stone chips with mature plants and heathers providing colour. A paved path leads from the road to the front door. A driveway, to the side of the house, provides access to the wonderfully private rear garden. The southeast facing rear garden is stunning, with a private paved patio area and lawn sloping down to the fields behind. The views are wonderful at all times of year with the distinctive yellow gorse in the spring and snow on the hills in the winter. A wooden fence bounds the garden to 3 sides.

Garage (2.9m x 6.0m)

Spacious, single, integral garage accessed via a door from the utility room with electric, up and over garage door and a further door leading to the rear garden.  Power points. The hot water tank is housed in the garage.  Convenient shelves are wall mounted.  Concrete floor.


The “Malt Whisky Capital of the World”, Dufftown is a vibrant and thriving Highland community sitting in the heart of Speyside, on the banks of the River Fiddich and the Dullan Water at the foot of the Conval Hills. With spacious streets laid out in a regular plan, Dufftown has a lovely town square where the four main streets converge at the Clock Tower. Surrounded by stunning scenery with farmland, woodland and hills, opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast are endless. A wide range of social activities are available throughout the year through the British Legion, churches, schools and other organisations.

Primary schooling is provided in the Mortlach Primary school in Dufftown with secondary schooling being provided in Aberlour. The Stephen Hospital and Dufftown Health Centre provide superb local healthcare. Schools, healthcare and shops are all within walking distance of 1 Corsemaul Drive.

Elgin, 18 miles away, provides good transport links with easy access to the A96 that runs between Inverness and Aberdeen. Keith, 11 miles away, has a large Tesco and is also on the main A96.