1 Neils View, Lhanbryde, Elgin, IV30 8RU

£245,000 Offers Over - Recently Sold
Recently Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Driveway, Garage, On Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Council Tax Band: D

Property Features

  • Spacious 4 bed bungalow in elevated position
  • Off street parking for multiple cars
  • Substantial gardens and outbuildings
  • Great location

Property Summary

***PRICE REDUCTION  -OFFERED £5,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUE ***

Situated in an excellent central position in Lhanbryde, within easy walking distance of the supermarket, school and other local amenities, 1 Neils View is a spacious, four-bedroom, detached house sitting in an elevated position, with large wrap-around gardens, garage, carport, greenhouse and sheds. Superbly situated for access to the A96 and within minutes of Elgin.

Offering four bedrooms (1 en suite), open plan sitting/dining room, kitchen and bathroom and with solar panels on the roof, this house would make an excellent family home.

ACCOMMODATION

A gateway leads under a flower-covered trellis to a paved path to the front door. A UPVC double glazed door with opaque glazing and a stained-glass motif opens to a front vestibule with a glazed, wooden door and side panels opening to the L-shaped hallway, providing access to all accommodation. A large cupboard houses the Worcester gas combi boiler, approx. 5 years old. Coat hooks. Central heating control. Access via a Ramsay ladder to the insulated and partially floored attic space.

Sitting/Dining room (4.8m x 6.9m)

A spacious, dual-aspect room spanning the width of the house. Windows overlooking the front garden and sliding patio doors opening to the rear garden provide ample light. The large living area is to the front of the house with a dining area, with ample room for a sideboard and dining table, towards the rear. A multi-fuel stove, set in a brick surround with wooden mantlepiece on a Caithness slate hearth, provides a wonderful feature. Ceiling mounted fan/lights are located in both the seating and dining areas. Carpet. Glazed door to hallway.

Kitchen (2.9m x 4.7m)

A spacious kitchen accessed from the front hall with a wide range of lower and upper cabinets. A single sink with mixer taps sits beneath a wide window. Integrated hob, oven and extractor fan. Freestanding fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble drier. Shelved cupboard with louvre doors. Wall mounted bracket for TV. Linoleum. UPVC double glazed door to the garden.

Family Bathroom (2.9m x 1.6m)

A bright bathroom with a three-piece white, scalloped, suite, comprising WC, WHB and bath with a separate shower enclosure housing an electric shower. The basin is inset to bathroom cabinet with a wall-mounted mirror above. An opaque, double-glazed window, with roller blind, provides natural light and ventilation. The wooden glazed door to the hall has a roller blind. Wainscoting, painted light blue, runs around the walls with tile-effect wallpaper above.

Bedroom 1 (2.9m x 3.0m)

To the front of the house this double bedroom has a large window looking out over the front garden. A double built-in-wardrobe provides shelves. Carpet installed in June 2021. Curtain pole and vertical blinds.

Bedroom 2 (2.9m x 3.2m)

A bright double bedroom to the rear of the house, temporarily being used as a store room, with a large window to the rear garden. Carpet. Curtain rail and vertical blinds.

Bedroom 3 (2.9m x 2.9m)       

Light double bedroom to the front of the house with double built-in wardrobes. Carpet. Curtain pole and blinds.

Bedroom 4 (en suite) (3.0m x 3.3m)

An irregular shaped double bedroom with dressing area and en suite. Offering an exceptional amount of storage with a double built-in wardrobe, with mirrored doors, offering hanging space and a shelf, and a further triple built-in wardrobe with hanging space.

En suite (1.8m x 1.6m)

Containing a three-piece suite comprising corner bath with wood panelling, WC and pedestal basin. A bathroom cabinet is mounted to the wall above the basin with another one near the window. An opaque window to the rear garden provides natural light and ventilation and has vertical blinds.

 Garden and Grounds

The gardens of 1 Neils View are superb having won the current owner multiple prizes. Sitting in an elevated position, the gardens slope from the house to the street. Entering through the front gate, under a clematis covered arbor, to a paved path and steps leading to the front door. To either side of the path there are extensive flower beds, neatly edged and wrapping around the recently laid synthetic lawn.

To the side of the house there is a large, curved area of lawn with pear, plum and apple trees with multiple raised beds. A decked area provides a lovely spot to sit out.

A lock block driveway to the side of the house, leads to a car port and garage and further to the rear of the house which is primarily paved.

Outbuildings

Offering ample opportunities for gardening, there is no shortage of outbuildings at 1 Neils View for the keen gardener or anyone looking for workshop space. The rear drive leads to a carport and into a wooden garage with an up-and-over door with a concrete floor, shelving, light and electricity. Behind the garage is a “man cave” with workbenches and electricity and a further 2 wooden sheds, one of which has electricity. For the gardener, there is a greenhouse and poly tunnel. Immediately outside the backdoor are multiple woodstores for storing chopped wood for the stove.

Neils View is ideally situated in Lhanbryde, in a central location with all amenities – primary school, Co-op and public transport in close proximity. Secondary schooling is provided in Elgin or Fochabers. The street has well maintained, detached homes, in private gardens.

Lhanbryde is a quiet town, situated approximately four miles east of Elgin. Elgin offers good employment, education and shopping opportunities and lies on the main rail link between Aberdeen and Inverness. The A96, which connects Aberdeen and Inverness bypasses Lhanbryde so is easily accessible. Regular buses run to Elgin.

The woodland and countryside around the village of Lhanbryde provide a great opportunity for outdoor access and the popular Moray Coast beaches, with miles of white sand, are only 8 miles away (approx.)