34 Rannas Place, Portessie, Buckie AB56 1SQ
£150,000 Offers Over - Under Offer
- A minute from the sea
- Immaculate condition
- Spacious, detached house
- Wonderful character
- Modern built property with the character of an older property
Property SummaryTucked away, just a minute from the sea, this gem of a house, in immaculate condition, provides outstanding accommodation and would be suitable as a lovely family home or a fantastic holiday house. From the minute you enter the front door into the wide, open hallway, the house feels welcoming, with light streaming in from the many large windows. Enjoy the character of an old house with all the amenity of a new build, with great insulation, deep carpets throughout, double glazing and gas central heating throughout.
Offering two double bedrooms (both en suite), a further dining room/third bedroom, dining kitchen, WC, large upstairs sitting room, family bathroom, this bright house would suit a wide variety of families. The seller is open to negotiation on most of the contents of the home making it ready to move into.
Portessie is a charming village of mostly character homes sitting on the Moray Firth. 34 Rannas Place is one minute from the sea where amazing sunsets and sunrises can be watched and dolphins are often seen.
A wooden door, with glazed side panel, opens to a wide hallway providing access to all ground floor accommodation. A wide, carpeted stairway leads to the upper floor. The internal doors throughout the house are 4-panel pine doors and the switches and sockets have been tastefully installed using brass and nickel facings. The hall has a window to the front of the house providing natural light and two large cupboards, one with a hanging rail and shelf, the other (2.8m x 0.8m) providing substantial storage in addition to housing the electricity consumer unit and meters. Carpet. Curtains and curtain pole. Blinds.
Dining Kitchen (3.5m x 2.7m)
A lovely, bright kitchen with a wide range of light, wood upper and lower cabinets, contrasted with a dark grey work surface. Integrated fridge freezer, gas hob, extractor fan, electric oven and dishwasher. Partial tile splashback. Plumbed for washing machine. A single sink with mixer tap sits beneath a large window facing to the front of the house. Breakfast bar to seat two. Vinyl floor. Wall mounted combi-boiler. Phone point. Vertical blinds.
WC (1.3m x 1.6m)
With a two piece white suite; WC and wall-mounted wash hand basin, this convenient downstairs WC is bright. The basin has a tiled splashback with a mirror with a shelf above. Vinyl floor. Radiator. Extractor fan.
Dining room/Bedroom 3 (3.6m x 2.6m)
With patio doors opening to the rear of the house, this bright room has a feature fireplace, with coal-effect electric fire, and is currently used as a dining room. It has double built-in-wardrobes with wooden doors providing potential for this to be a third double bedroom. Carpet. Curtains with wooden curtain pole and tie backs.
Bedroom 1 (3.0m x 3.0m)
With a large window to the front of the house, this spacious, downstairs, double bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. Carpet. Radiator. Curtains and wooden curtain pole. Vertical blinds.
En suite bathroom (1.7m x 2.5m)
This ample bathroom has both a bath and a separate shower. The bath has wet wall splashback and the shower has a mains shower. The WC, with hidden cistern, and basin are inset to a modern, white bathroom unit with cupboards, and sit beneath an opaque window. Heated towel rail. Blinds. Vinyl floor.
Wide, carpeted stairs with a wooden hand rail and balustrades, lead to the upper floor. The stair case has a Velux window allowing natural light to stream in. The upper landing provides access to Bedroom 2 and the Sitting room. There is a large, double-cupboard with a hanging rail and shelf.
Bedroom 2 (4.3m x 2.7m) with en suite
Irregular shaped, dual-aspect, double bedroom with a south facing window to the rear of the house and a large Velux window to the side. Carpet. Radiator. Blinds.
The en-suite (1.2m x 1.8m) is brightly painted with a two-piece white suite comprising WC and hand basin, with tiled splashback, and a shower. Vinyl floor.
Living room (4.3m x 5.7m)
Truly the heart of the house, this fabulous living room oozes character. With three, large, Velux windows inset to the high coombed ceilings, there is no shortage of light. The sea can be viewed through the open window. A feature light sandstone brick fireplace across the gable wall, with a natural wood shelf mantlepiece provides an amazing focal point to this room giving the feeling of a converted character home, as opposed to a new build. Deep, light plaid, recently fitted carpets. Fitted blinds. TV and phone point. Radiator.
Garden and Grounds
Located where this house is, there is little need for a large garden. The wide grassy area that runs along the seafront is a minute from the front door where you can sit and watch sunsets and sunrises without the effort of maintaining a garden.
A loc-bloc parking area sits to the rear of the house, providing an off-street private parking area and an outdoor garden space to place tubs with flowers. To the front of the house there is a paved strip where the current owner has two garden benches providing a view of the sea. A further area, laid to stone chips, runs behind the house and provides a handy space for bins and recycling.
Services: Gas, electricity and telephone.
Heating: Gas central heating
Viewing: Viewing is through R & R Urquhart’s Property Department on (01309) 676600
Date of Entry: Early entry is available
Rannas Place is a quiet, small street, tucked away just a minute from the seafront. The majority of the homes are older, character homes. Ideally located just minutes from the amenities of Buckie yet with the peace and charm of an old fishing village. Portessie has its own primary school with the secondary school, swimming pool, grocery stores and the High Street of Buckie all within a few minutes drive.
Buckie is a small fishing town on the Moray cost with great scenery and wildlife. It is a thriving town with its own large harbour and marina and number of leisure facilities including a leisure centre, two golf courses and two outdoor bowling parks. The stunning Bow Fiddle Rock can be seen near Portknockie to the north east of Buckie and the wonderful beaches with spectacular long walks along the coast and abundance of wildlife add to the appeal of the area. Wildlife includes dolphins, otters and ospreys. Long-distance footpath the Speyside Way starts (or finishes) here. Buckie is 63 miles from Aberdeen, a key transportation hub with mainline train and ferry routes and an international airport.