13 Fleurs Road, Forres, Moray, IV36 1LY

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Property Details

  • Type: Terraced Bungalow
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: On Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: A

Property Features

  • Bright, extended, 2 bed bungalow
  • Spacious enclosed garden
  • Dining kitchen
  • Walking distance to most amenities
  • Close to parks, schools and healthcare

Property Summary

A lovely, bright, mid-terraced, two-bedroom bungalow within easy walking distance of most amenities.  With immaculately maintained front and rear gardens this lovely bright, extended house would make a perfect first time buy or home for a family looking to down-size.

Entering through a half glazed UPVC door into a bright vestibule with doors to the sitting room and bedroom 2.  The hallway cupboard contains the Vaillant gas combi boiler.

Bedroom 2 (3.2m x 2.4m)

To the front of the house this large single bedroom is bright and airy.  A built-in cupboard provides shelf and hanging space.  Carpet.  Curtains and curtain pole.  Vertical blinds.

Living Room (4.6m x 4.1m)

With a south facing window this living room is light and warm. With a coal-effect gas fire set in a tile surround and hearth with a wooden mantel piece this living room has a lovely ambience. Carpet. Curtains and curtain rail. Vertical blinds.  Door to rear hallway.

The rear hallway provides access to Bedroom 1, the shower room and dining kitchen.

Bedroom 1 (3.4m x 3.2m)

An ample double bedroom with a window looking out to the private, manicured garden.  A built-in cupboard provides shelves.  Carpet, curtains, and curtain pole.  Vertical blinds.

Shower Room (1.6m x 2.3m)

With a 2-piece white suite comprising WC and pedestal basin and a corner shower enclosure with a mains shower.  Partially tiled walls with full tiling behind the shower.  Wall-mounted medicine cupboard with mirrored doors, mirror, pine towel ring and glass/toothbrush holder. Linoleum floor. Curtains and curtain pole.  Roller blind.

Dining kitchen (4.2m x 3.7m(at widest))

To the rear of the house this substantial, extended dining kitchen has double windows looking toward the back garden. The dining area has ample space for a dining table with a Velux window in the ceiling above providing additional light.  The kitchen area has a wide range of lower and upper cabinets with space for an under-counter fridge, free standing cooker and washing machine.  A one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer tap sits beneath the window to the rear garden.  Tiled backsplash.  Vinyl floor.  Curtains and curtain rail.  Roller blind.  Door to rear garden.


13 Fleurs Road has south-facing front garden and a spacious rear garden, fully enclosed by a wooden fence.  A paved path leads from the front gate to the front door and to the rear, the garden is primarily laid to lawn, interspersed with mature, flowering shrubs with flower beds around the edges. A paved path leads to a small gate in the rear fence providing access to a lane running between the gardens.

Fleurs Road is a cul-de-sac with ample on road parking. A path leads through to the Grantown Road providing quick and easy access to a bus route and close by there is both a convenience shop and fish-and-chip shop.

Forres is a thriving small town in the northeast of Scotland. With an active high street offering butchers, bakers, cafes, gift shops, hairdressers, a tailor, post office and grocery shops, it continues to offer a wide selection of services. The town boasts large parks and woodland walks, having been placed, or won, the relevant section of Britain in Bloom on multiple occasions. Primary and secondary schooling is available in the town, with the Drumduan Steiner school offering alternative education and Gordonstoun private school a mere 11 miles away with transport available daily.

Healthcare is available in Forres with hospitals in Elgin (12 miles) and Inverness (26) miles. Transport links are excellent with a regular bus running between Aberdeen and Inverness, a train station also on the main line between Aberdeen and Inverness and airports in both Inverness and Aberdeen providing daily flights to domestic and international destinations.

Outdoor opportunities are incredible with the beautiful white sand beaches of Findhorn less than 5 miles away, offering sailing, paddleboarding and wild swimming, skiing is available in both The Lecht and Cairngorms, both less than an hour away, and endless opportunities for walking, biking, horse riding and hiking in the vast forests of Culbin and Newtyle.

Please note that all measurements and distances are approximate and provided for guidance only.