4 Spey Crescent, Fochabers, Morayshire, IV32 7QN
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Detached house at the end of a cul-de-sac
Spacious 4/5 bed house
Large driveway and double garage
Walking distance to most amenities
Easy access to transport links
A beautiful 4/5-bedroom house situated at the end of a quiet, residential cul de sac of large, detached homes in private grounds, within easy walking distance of all amenities and schools. With substantial accommodation, 4 Spey Crescent offers a lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility, office (bedroom 5), and WC downstairs, with four bedrooms, family bathroom and en suite upstairs. Outside, the front and rear gardens provide areas of lawn and patio. A wide driveway and large double garage provide ample off-street parking areas.Accommodation
Entering through a wooden door with glazed side panel into a convenient vestibule with coat hooks. A glazed wooden door with glazed side panel leads into the hallway providing access to all downstairs accommodation. Cupboard with electricity consumer unit. Wood effect laminate flooring. Carpeted stairs with wooden balustrades lead to the upper floor, with a deep under stairs cupboard, with light, providing ample storage and coat hooks.
Lounge (4.2m x 5.4m)
A wonderfully bright lounge to the front of the house with a wooden glass panel door leading from the hall and further double, wooden, glass panel doors leading to the dining room. Painted in a light colour with a cream carpet and wooden skirting boards, this is a lovely spacious lounge. Glazed doors lead to the dining room. Curtains and curtain pole.
Dining Room (3.5m x 3.2m)
With the glazed doors to the sitting room and sliding patio doors to the rear, this is a light room. Outside the patio doors an octagonal paved patio provides an ample area for outdoor dining. The dining room has sufficient space for dining table to seat 6. An archway leads to the kitchen.
Kitchen (3.1m x 3.9m)
A spacious kitchen with a wide range of lower and upper light wood-effect kitchen cabinets. A one-and-a-half stainless-steel sink with mixer tap and drainer sits beneath the three windows looking towards the rear garden with a tile backsplash running the length of the countertops. Integrated double oven, gas hob and extractor fan, free standing dishwasher. Vinyl flooring. Door to utility room.
Utility room (1.7m x 3.0m)
With a door to the rear garden, the utility room has a single sink with mixer taps sitting beneath a window to the side of the house. A tile backsplash runs the length of the countertop with plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer and undercounter freezer beneath. Wall mounted Valliant gas boiler and Xpelair.
WC (2.7m x 1.0m)
A convenient downstairs WC containing a 2-piece white suite comprising a WC and wall-mounted basin with tile backsplash. An opaque window to rear provides natural light and ventilation. Towel ring, toilet roll holder and wall mounted mirror. Vinyl floor.
Study/Bedroom 5 (2.6m x 3.5m)
A bright downstairs, double bedroom/study to the front of the house with double windows facing towards the front garden. Double, wooden, glass panelled doors to the hallway. Carpet. Curtains, curtain pole and tie backs.
A straight carpeted staircase, with wooden handrail, leads from the ground to the upper floor. The stairs open to a carpeted U-shaped hallway providing access to all upper floor accommodation. A deep laundry cupboard contains the hot water tank and is shelved. A hatch provides access to the insulated loft space.
Bedroom 1 (2.7m x 3.2m)
A spacious double bedroom to the front of the house with two wooden windows looking over the front garden. A double built-in wardrobe provides hanging space and shelf. Carpet.
Bedroom 2 (2.7m x 3.9m)
An ample double bedroom to the rear of the house with two windows looking over the rear garden to the open space behind. A double built-in wardrobe, with sliding mirrored doors, provides hanging space and a shelf. Carpet.
Family bathroom (2m x 2.8m)
A bright bathroom containing a 4-piece white suite comprising WC, bidet, wash hand basin inset to a raised tiled shelf, and bath with mains shower above. Tiled backsplash to the bath area and around the wall to the wash hand basin. Two windows to the rear of the house provide ample natural light and ventilation. Wall-mounted toilet roll holder and towel ring. Vinyl floor.
Bedroom 3 (3.3m x 3.3m)
A lovely bright bedroom with 3 windows facing to the rear garden. A triple built in wardrobe with sliding, mirrored doors provides hanging rail and shelves. Carpet.
Bedroom 4/Master bedroom (4.4m x 3.3m)
Spacious master bedroom with ensuite to the front of the house with a triple built-in wardrobe, with sliding mirrored doors, providing a hanging rail and shelf. Carpet. Curtains and curtain pole. Door to ensuite.
Ensuite (2.8m x 2.0m)
A large ensuite containing a 3-piece, bathroom suite comprising WC, wash hand basin inset to a tile shelf unit with medicine cupboard above, and bath. A separate shower enclosure houses a mains shower. Partially tiled walls. Towel rail, toilet roll holder. Vinyl floor.
4 Spey Crescent has front and rear gardens. A wide paved driveway, with parking for two cars, leads to a large, detached double garage with a paved path leading to the front door. The front garden is primarily laid to lawn.
The enclosed rear garden is lovely for sitting out in. Beautifully manicured, it is fully enclosed by a timber fence and enjoys a good degree of privacy and seclusion. There are two decorative patio areas, a good expanse of lawn and mature flower and shrub borders. Further secluded area to the south side of the property is laid in low maintenance gravel chippings with shrub border.
The double detached garage can be accessed from the rear garden via side door and has a double roller door to the front. Concrete floored with light and electricity and with high rafters used for storage.
Spey Crescent is situated in the centre of Fochabers within easy walking distance of the main street, shops, primary and secondary schools.
The village of Fochabers sits on the banks of the River Spey, one of the “big four” Scottish Salmon rivers, and is home to Baxters, world-famous for their soups, jams and jellies. Full of charm, Fochabers, with approximately 1700 residents, is rich in musical and cultural history and close to an abundance of outdoor activities. The village sits directly off the A96, the main road linking Inverness and Aberdeen. This also has the benefit of regular buses and is equidistant to the airports at Dalcross, Inverness and Dyce, Aberdeen, both of which have regular services to London and international locations.
Due to its location in the valley of the River Spey, Fochabers has incredible nature paths tailored for walkers and cyclists. The Speyside Way is a recognized as a Long Distance Trail (LDT) paralleling the River Spey. Golfers are spoiled for choice with eight golf courses within 10 miles of the village.
Please note that all measurements and distances are approximate and provided for guidance only.