11 Queens Lane, Lossiemouth IV31 6DR
£100,000 Offers Over - New Instruction
- Minutes from the sea
- Bright, spacious flat
- High ceilings
- Enclosed private gardens
Property SummaryFabulous, three-bedroom, first floor flat in a character stone building, with incredible development potential situated just a few minutes’ walk from the Lossiemouth seafront, with shops, cafes and white beaches.
In a traditional, stone building, the accommodation comprises three bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, and bathroom. A pull-down ladder leads to a large, floored attic space that may have potential to develop upwards, subject to appropriate consents, to substantially increase the size of the accommodation. A rear garden provides drying space. Double-glazed throughout.
Available for immediate entry.
Entering from the side of the building through a wooden door to the private L-shaped stairs leading to the flat. Wooden hand rail. At the turn of the stairs there is a window providing natural light to the stair case and lower level cupboards containing the electricity fuse box.
Hallway (6.0m x 1.0m)
This high-ceiling hallway provides access to all accommodation. Thick underlay ready for the installation of carpeting. Storage heater. Hatch to attic space.
Bedroom 1 (4.9m x 2.8m)
To the rear of the flat this spacious bedroom with a large, double window, looking out over the garden area and beyond, is a bright room with a deep built-in cupboard. Storage heater. Four double electrical points. TV point.
Bedroom 2 (3.2m x 4.1m)
To the front of the house this double bedroom has a large window looking out over the front shared lawn area. Single built in wardrobe. Curtains and curtain rail. TV point and two double electrical points.
Bedroom 3 (2.7m x 4.3m)
Double bedroom with a large window to the front. Two double and a single electrical points. TV and satellite point. Curtains with curtain pole and venetian blinds.
Bathroom (3.6m x 1.9m)
Containing a pale green three piece suite - WC, WHB and bath. There is an electric shower above the bath. The bath and wash hand basin are is enclosed with pine panelling providing convenient cupboard space below the basin. Wooden shelf, mirrored cupboard. Electric towel rail and an electric heater. A large opaque window, with blinds, to the rear provides plenty of natural light. Pine panelled ceiling.
Sitting room (4.2m x 5.9m)
A bright, spacious sitting room with two windows facing to the front of the house. A door leads to the kitchen allowing the light from the kitchen window to stream through. Thick carpet underlay ready for installation of new carpeting. Storage heater.
Kitchen (3.6m x 3.8m)
A good-sized kitchen, accessed from the living room, with a window facing out over the rear garden area. The kitchen is fitted with base and wall units and with a large breakfast bar/countertop spanning the length of one of the walls. Single sink. Partial tile splashback and pine panelled ceiling. Plumbed for dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. Deep built-in pantry cupboard containing the hot water tank.
Attic (10.6m x 5.6m approx)
Accessed via a metal pull-down ladder from the hallway this substantial attic space is insulated and floored. Currently with electricity and lights it has been used both for storage and a workspace. Cold water tanks. There may be potential to substantially increase the existing accommodation by developing out the attic space (subject to obtaining the appropriate local authority consents).
Garden and Grounds
Queen's Lane is a quiet road in close proximity to open playing areas, cafes, the beach and other local amenities. 11 Queen's Lane is accessed from the side of the building through a wooden door. The shared front garden is laid to lawn. To the side of the house there is a storage shed and a gate leads through to a private rear garden divided into two separate areas and bounded by a stone wall with a further shed. A rotary drier sits in the front area whilst the rear area could potentially be used as a small growing area.
Queen’s Lane lies in a quiet residential area close to the beach in Lossiemouth and is within walking distance of local playparks, cafes, churches, primary and secondary schools. There is a grassy park area immediately to the rear of the gardens and the beach is just minutes away. This very popular town provides a good range of amenities to include primary and secondary schools, supermarkets, restaurants, health centre and a swimming pool.
Lossiemouth, often referred as ‘the jewel of the Moray Firth’, is a golf-oriented resort on the north east coast of Scotland. With two sandy beaches, glorious dunes and beautiful countryside, the town is a great getaway place from the stresses of modern life. The town has a tranquil atmosphere providing superb opportunities for sailing, dolphin spotting, sea angling and watersports.
Elgin lies approximately 7 miles south of Lossiemouth and provides extensive retail, leisure and transportation linkages.