222 Pineridge, The Park, Findhorn IV36 3TB

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Property Details

  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Adjacent parking, Communal
  • Outside Space: Communal, Private gardens
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: D

Property Features

  • Large 4-bed, detached home in The Park, Eco-village
  • Bright and spacious in good decorative order
  • Just minutes from miles of white beaches

Property Summary

Tucked away in a wonderfully quiet enclave of houses at the edge of the eco-village near Findhorn, Bagend 222 and 223, The Park, are semi-detached 4-bedroom homes.  Filled with light with beautiful features throughout these lovely homes look out to a peaceful grassy area to the front with mature trees and the woods behind, just a few minutes’ walk from the wonderful, white beaches of the Moray Coast.

Being sold as separate houses with a unique configuration, Bagend 222 and 223 share a communal entrance with further entrances to each individual house. The communal vestibule has ample space for shelving for shoes and boots which follows through to an open hallway with a communal laundry, a storage room, and a shower room.  Individual doors then lead into 222 and 223.  Both houses have 2 further external doors making it feasible in the future that the communal entrance could be allocated to one of the homes with the other having their own private entrance, external entrance.

Alternatively, the combined homes offer an amazing lifestyle opportunity for someone to live in one and rent out the other. The current tenants have expressed interest in potentially staying if this was an avenue a purchaser was interested in. Likewise, the purchase of both houses together offers a superb multi-generational living opportunity.

The accommodation is identical in each, with a large open plan dining/sitting kitchen and double bedroom on the ground floor with 3 further bedrooms and a bathroom on the upper floor.  The hallways have 2 shelved pantry cupboards.  One of which houses the electricity consumer unit.


Sitting/dining/kitchen (6.5m x 5.0m)

Filled with light this triple aspect room has 5 sets of double windows in addition to the front and rear doors which are half glazed allowing sunshine to flood in at all times of the day.  With stripped pine floors and linoleum immediately adjacent to the kitchen area, these houses have been designed for ease of maintenance.  A substantial wooden beam with 2 vertical pillars runs the length of this room providing a lovely feature in addition to the open wooden staircase with metal banisters with a wooden handrail.

The kitchen area comprises of a wide range of lower cabinets and drawers with an integrated electric oven, gas hob and extractor fan. A one and a half stainless steel sink with mixer tap sits beneath the windows looking to the woods with room for an under counter fridge.

Bedroom 1 (4.2m x 2.7m)

An irregular shaped, double bedroom with windows to the rear providing lovely views of the woods.  Double built-in wardrobes with shelves and hanging space.

Open wooden stairs lead to the upper floor with a large front facing window allowing light to stream in.


The upper hallway has a cupboard housing the boiler and a further double cupboard providing additional storage.  The hallway itself is a light filled space full of character with a large south facing Velux window allowing light to stream in.  The contrast between the pine doors, pine staircase and white walls gives this a wonderful ambience.

Bedroom 2 (4.5m x 3.5m)

A bright dual aspect bedroom with combed ceilings and lovely south and west views.  A deep storage space with hanging rail and ample room for shelves is cleverly concealed by a curtain pole and curtain.  Wood effect laminate flooring.

Bedroom 3 (5.3m x 2.5m)

With 2 large Velux windows and a further vertical window this substantial, quirky double bedroom has a mezzanine area accessed via a wooden ladder with space for a double mattress or as a unique reading space.  Beneath the mezzanine there is a set of shelves and further space for a double bedroom.  Ideal for a self-contained bedroom/study.

Bedroom 4 (3.8m x 3.8m)

A triangular shaped double bedroom with a lovely south facing view and a mezzanine with a Velux window above.  The mezzanine area accommodates a double bed making this a fantastic space to have as a bedroom with seating area or study below or a double bed in the main bedroom with the seating area above.

Bathroom (2.0m x 2.9m)

Containing a 3-piece white suite comprising WC, basin inset to a tiled countertop with shelves below and tiled back splash behind, and bath with wooden panelling, tiled back splash and shower attachments from the taps.  Heated towel rail.

Communal hallway

The triangular shaped communal hallway contains:

Shower Room (1.7m x 2.7m)

Containing a 3-piece suite comprising WC, pedestal basin with tiled backsplash, and shower enclosure with a mains shower.

Laundry (0.9m x 1.4m)

A convenient room to the front of the house with ample space for a stackable washing machine and tumble dryer.  Linoleum floor.

Storage cupboard (0.9m x 1.4m)

Triple glazing. Potential for south facing conservatory.  Utilities are approx. £200 including gas and electric.

Gardens and outdoor space

The houses sit in a quiet semi-circular enclave of houses on the edge of the woods, leading to the dunes, with all the amenities of The Park within a few minutes’ walk – cafes, shops, theatre etc. A footpath runs in front of the houses with a communal grass and tree area in the middle. Communal parking is available to the side of the gardens. Both houses have wrap-around gardens, with room for planting, raised beds and sitting out.

It is part of the Eco Village project linked to the Findhorn Foundation aiming to produce a low overall carbon footprint. A small wind farm provides a portion of the electricity needs for the community. The many programmes of the Foundation have recently restarted and generally include meditation offerings at each of the four sanctuaries, three of which are within a 3-minute walk.   The sky is big, the air is clean and the weather unusually sunny for the North of Scotland. The beach and ocean are a 15-minute walk through the woods and the dunes, or a short bike ride along the road through Findhorn Village.

Transport links by air and rail are close by. Car share schemes are available locally, and the flat terrain is ideal for cycling. Two organic veg box schemes are in operation and “The Phoenix” local shop stocks a wide range of organic produce. The Phoenix café was recently listed as one of Scotland’s best vegetarian restaurants in The Times and La Boheme pizzeria is always popular. The more widely known Universal Hall and Moray Art Centre offer wonderful live event and exhibitions.