431 Field of Dreams, The Park, Findhorn IV36 3TA
£310,000 Offers Over - New Instruction, Virtual tour available
- Bright, detached house
- Open outlooks across the park
- Open plan living
- 3 double bedrooms
Property SummaryFilled with light, this beautiful, detached home sits in one of the best locations in the Field of Dreams. At the bend of the cul de sac with open views across the park area behind, this modern home offers 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room, bathroom and a WC. With a wonderful garden, this home would suit a variety of families. Viewing is essential to appreciate just how lovely this home is.
Entering through a white wooden door with a glazed triangular window into a tiled hallway with ample area for outdoor coats and shoes. Storage cupboard under stairs, plumbed for washing machine. Coat hooks. Doors to bathroom, downstairs bedroom and sitting room.
Sitting/Dining (6.6m x 4.0m)
A large, triple aspect, open-plan sitting/dining with south-facing windows and patio door in the sitting room, a square bay with large windows in the dining area and a further window in the kitchen area. Wooden beams provide a wonderful feature to this room. Square wooden box shelves. The sitting area is truly the heart of the house with a glazed door opening to the enclosed garden. Wooden floors. Curtains and curtain poles.
Kitchen (3.6m x 2.3m)
Open plan to the sitting/dining room, the kitchen area has a wide range of lower and upper cabinets with an integrated oven and ceramic hob with an extractor fan above. A one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer taps is inset to the countertop and sits beneath the window. Space for undercounter dishwasher and freestanding fridge freezer. Wooden floors.
Bathroom (1.7m x 2.6m)
Offering a four-piece suite comprising WC, bidet, pedestal basin and bath with a mains shower above. Partially tiled walls. A window to the rear of the house provides natural light and ventilation. Long wall-mounted cabinet. Extractor fan. Cork flooring.
Bedroom 1 (3.0m x 3.5m)
An ample, dual-aspect, double bedroom with windows facing south and east to the gardens and the open park area beyond. Carpet.
A carpeted, L-shaped, staircase leads to the upper floor. A window provides light to the staircase and the upper landing is a bright, open space with a south-facing Velux window. A retractable clothes drying line has been attached to the wall. Access to under-eaves storage space. Carpet. Access to bedrooms and WC.
WC (1.8m x 1.0m)
A convenient upstairs WC comprising a two-piece white suite with a WC and wall-mounted basin with splashback. Wall-mounted cabinet with mirrored door. Linoleum floor. Tower rail. Extractor fan. Wall-mounted Worcester boiler.
Bedroom 2 (3.6m x 4.5m)
A lovely, bright bedroom, filled with light, with high, coombed ceilings. The windows are virtually floor-to-ceiling and are triangular to the top. Substantial under-eaves storage and fitted wardrobes and shelves. Carpet. Curtains and curtain pole.
Bedroom 3 (3.4m x 4.5m)
As for Bedroom 2, this is a bright double bedroom with high coombed ceilings and large triangular windows that look out over the beautiful park to the rear of the house. The room is currently decorated in a jungle-theme, which is bright and lively. Fitted wardrobes provide ample storage space. Carpet. Curtains and curtain rail.
Garden and grounds
The gardens wrap around 431 Field of Dreams. A path, with an area off lawn, leads to the front door. To the side the bins are hidden by recently installed wooden fencing. To the rear of the house there is a wooden shed and a wonderful open area of grass with a pond and fruit trees. To the south side there is an area of lawn enclosed by a wooden fence with further fruit trees. The garden borders to a further open grass area with a standing stone and benches.
431 Field of Dreams is situated in the centre of the Field of Dreams with the Park amenities all within a few minutes’ walk.
431 Field of Dreams 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 been suspended for now but 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 20-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. There is a café and some small restaurants on site as well as the more widely known Universal Hall and Moray Art Centre that are hoping to resume live events and exhibitions soon.