8 Brewster Drive, Forres, Moray, IV36 2JW

£230,000 Offers Over - Recently Sold
Recently Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Driveway, Off Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Council Tax Band: E

Property Features

  • Detached 3/4 bed bungalow
  • Manicured and private gardens
  • Popular, quiet residential area
  • Walking distance to all amenities, schools, shops, parks and leisure facilities
  • Minutes from the golf course, Drumduan school and Cluny hill

Property Summary

** UNDER OFFER ***


Located in a quiet, established residential area of Forres, within close proximity to Sanquhar Woods and Cluny Hill and within a few minutes’ walk to all local amenities such as shops, parks and schools, this spacious 3 or 4-bedroom bungalow sits in an elevated position. An ideal family home or, equally, a great option for those wishing to downsize, the beautiful Forres Golf Course is within view and the Drumduan School is a few minutes’ walk through the woods.

Entry to the property is via a wooden ramp with handrail, just to the right of the driveway. The front door is half glazed, wood-effect, uPVC with a glazed side screen and leads into the vestibule, which has a low-level cupboard containing the consumer unit. A further wooden door with glazed panels leads into the hallway, providing access to all accommodation.

Hallway (3.5m x 1.3m, longest part 6.9m x 1.0m)

Carpeted, the hallway has a built-in cupboard with a high shelf and some coat hook ideal for storing tall items such as an ironing board.

Living Room (5.0m x 3.5m)

This spacious living room looks to the front garden and has a large picture window, curtains and curtain rail. There is a wooden fully glazed door to the living room. The fireplace, with a living coal fire and marble effect hearth and surround, with wooden mantle shelf, is an attractive feature. Carpet.

Kitchen (3.0m x 3.9m)

With a wide range of wood base and wall units with a marble effect countertop, there is an integrated electric hob and a double oven with extractor fan above.  A single stainless-steel sink sits beneath a double-glazed window with curtains, vertical blinds, and extractor fan. Space for a washing machine and dishwasher.  3 built-in cupboards with dark wood louvre doors, 2 of which have shelves, and the 3rd housing the hot water tank.  Tiled floor. Door to a small vestibule with coat hooks, providing access to the back garden.

Bedroom 1 (3.3m x 2.8m)

This double bedroom is to the rear of the house and is currently used as a study.  Storage space is provided in a built-in cupboard with shelves and a hanging rail.  Carpet, curtains and vertical blinds.

Family shower room (2.8m x 2.1m)

The bathroom has a tiled floor and wet-wall on all walls.  There is a heated towel rail, a double-glazed window towards the rear of the house with a window shelf with a glass surface.  The bathroom contains a 2-piece white suite consisting of a WC and a sink with mixer tap. There is a large shower enclosure with a curved glass screen, fitted with an electric shower and a handrail.

Bedroom 2 (3.8m x 2.8m)

This ample double bedroom has a large window looking to the lovely back garden. There is a wash basin with tiled backsplash, wooden cabinet with mirrored doors, wooden towel rail and toothbrush holder. Built-in single wardrobe with a sliding door. Carpet, curtains and curtain rail.

Bedroom 3 (4.4m x 2.7m)

This lovely, bright bedroom is to the front of the house, with a double-glazed window overlooking the mature front garden. A built-in wardrobe provides storage with a shelf and a hanging rail. Carpet.

Bedroom 4/study/dining room (3.2m x 3.2m)

With a wooden door with glazed panels, this versatile room has a double window with a deep wooden window ledge and built-in cupboard with shelves. Carpet.

Outside

8 Brewster Drive has spacious wrap around gardens. A driveway leads from up the side of the house to a wooden shed with windows to the rear of the house. The front garden is well laid out, with a lawn area and mature trees, shrubs and heathers.

The beautiful rear garden is a good size, half laid to lawn with a neat a gravel area. There are 2 steps from the back door to a small, paved area and a paved pathway, leading to the driveway and round to the front of the house. The back garden is bounded by a low wooden fence, behind which there are high hedges on 2 sides. The garden is well stocked with fruit trees, conifers and flowering shrubs.

 

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.