Achany, Milton of Grange, Forres, IV36 2TR
£190,000 Offers Over - Under Offer
- Peaceful semi-rural location
- Close to local amenities
- Substantial gardens
- 2 bedrooms
- Council Tax Band D
- EPC Rating E
Property SummaryThis spacious, detached, 2-bedroom bungalow with enormous gardens provides a fantastic opportunity to buy a semi-rural home. Great accommodation, substantial gardens, garage, multiple sheds/out-houses. This home would provide a great opportunity for a family with children who like to be outdoors or a family who want to cultivate a productive garden.
Situated minutes’ drive from all the amenities in Forres, yet with long-range views to Findhorn bay and Culbin Forest from the sitting room.
Entering through a wrought-iron garden gate, walk across a stepping-stone path leading over the lawn to the 3-panel glazed front door. A lovely front vestibule/conservatory (2.2m x 1.6m) with glass to 2 walls provides a super space for sitting out the front, or taking off your boots after a walk in the countryside. A glass panel door leads into the hall providing access to all accommodation.
The hall, providing access to all accommodation has a convenient, deep cupboard with hot water tank, shelves and coat hooks. Electricity meters. Carpeted. Natural light from the half-glazed rear door and glazed front door make this a bright hallway.
Sitting Room (3.7 x 5.2m)
A really lovely, bright sitting room with dual aspect windows facing north and east. This room is flooded with light and provides views, over the traditional humpback bridge, across farmland to Findhorn Bay. Carpet. Curtains and wooden curtain poles.
Bedroom 1 (2.9m x 5.2m)
To the front of the house this ample bedroom has double built-in wardrobes, with mirrored doors, providing shelves and hanging space. Window looking across front gardens. Carpet.
Bathroom (2.9m x 1.6m)(2.3m at widest)
A large bathroom with a 3 piece, scalloped, cream suite (Bath + WHB + WC) and a separate shower enclosure with mains shower. Bath with wood panel to side and tile splashback surround. A Velux window in the ceiling provides natural light and ventilation. Freestanding cupboard unit. Wall mirror. Carpet.
Bedroom 2 (4.0m x 3.6m)
To the rear of the house this ample bedroom has a lovely wide window looks out over the substantial rear gardens. Carpet.
Kitchen (2.9m x 2.9m)
A really bright kitchen with modern base and wall units to 2 sides. Small fitted breakfast bar/dining area. A large picture window looks out over the lush, private back garden with a one-and-a-half basin sink with mixer taps beneath. Integrated electric hob, oven and extractor fan. Space for under-counter fridge and plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher. Linoleum flooring.
Dining room (2.9m x 3.9m)
This lovely dining room with wall-to-wall patio doors towards the back garden provides ample room for a large dining table, or could be used as a 3rd bedroom, study or playroom. Carpet.
Garden and outside.
The property extends to over 0.5 acres. To the front there is a wide garden between the house and the quiet front road which is set primarily to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. A low stone wall defines the boundary with a wrought-iron garden gate. To one side of the house is a path leading to the back gardens, with a shed containing the central heating boiler, the oil tank and a further large wooden shed. To the other side a wide driveway leads down the side of the house to the wooden garage and further to the gardens.
The rear gardens are truly a dream for a keen gardener, children or people who value their privacy. Mature trees and shrubs separate the main garden area, containing the drying line, from the wider-open area which potentially could be used for further constructions or as an ample vegetable/fruit patch. A range of wooden outbuildings, behind a line of shrubs provides the opportunity for storage or potentially for chickens or dog kennels. The property boundary to the rear has a burn running along it.