Cullerne House, Findhorn IV36 3YY
£650,000 Offers Over - Recently Sold
- Substantial 6-bed, 3 reception room, stone house
- Findhorn village - minutes from beautiful beaches
- Large, mature gardens
- Parking for multiple cars
Property SummaryWe are proud to present this superb Victorian stone house offering 6 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms and 3 bathrooms in the popular seaside village of Findhorn. Within walking distance of the shore, pubs, cafes, yacht club and the eco-village at The Park, Cullerne House would make a stunning private residence, large holiday home or B&B. The house, with spacious, high-ceiling, rooms, wooden sash and case windows and ornate features, looks out over private gardens. It has been tastefully extended over the years to provide substantial accommodation over 3 floors.
The property is accessed via a tree-lined driveway, through stone gate posts with large iron gates to arrive at the main entrance to Cullerne House. Ample parking for multiple cars.
The main entrance has ornate, double wooden doors with glazed insets and wrought iron accents opening to the main hall.
The “L” shaped main hall provides access to all ground floor accommodation and to the cellar. A large foyer, immediately inside the main door, there are doors to two WCs and a small Dutch kitchen is artfully placed behind double doors. The flooring is large paving stones.
Coat hooks, feature stone wall and large window to the side.
The 2 WCs, measuring 1.1m x 1.6m each, contain WCs, wall mounted corner sinks and mirrors.
The Dutch kitchen is inset to a large cupboard space and offers a single sink with mixer taps, shelves, lower cupboards and electrical points. Bi-fold doors conceal the sink area moving further into the hall through a fire door.
Fire doors then open to the inner hall.
Kitchen (4.5m x 4.1m)
A spacious, bright kitchen with light streaming in through 2 large windows. Free standing solid wood base units with a one-and-a-half Belfast sink is inset to a lower unit with mixer tap. AGA range with tile splash and shelves above. Wall mounted shelves and lights. Space for fridge freezer, plumbed for under counter dishwasher.
Utility Room (3m x 2.9m)
Currently an open room with plumbing for sinks and washing machine. This convenient utility room, along with a large cupboard (1.7m x 0.8m) is located between the kitchen and rear door. The cupboard has plumbing for a washing machine with shelves above, coat hooks and linoleum floor. Wooden door with glazed inset, leading to the rear side of the house.
Study/Library (4.2m x 4.5m)
A spacious, elegant, study with wood-panel wainscoting. The large open fireplace, with brick surround and an ornate wooden mantlepiece sitting on a Caithness slate hearth, provides a beautiful feature. A large window with wooden shutters looks to the side garden. Curtains and curtain pole. Service hatch in ceiling.
Cellar (4.3m x 5.8m)
A door leads from the main hallway, down wooden stairs, to a spacious cellar currently housing the boiler, hot water tank and shelves. With a stone floor, electrical points and light, this substantial cellar provides incredible storage, a wine cellar or space for fermenting.
Dining Room (4.5m x 4.1m)
With a large window to garden, the dining room provides a further reception room for entertaining. Large fireplace with tile surround and ornate wooden mantlepiece (not currently in use). Curtains and curtain rail, carpet.
Formal Sitting Room (5.7m x 11.5m)
The ambience in this room is indescribable. A stunning room to the front of the house with light streaming in through the windows to 3 walls and glazed door to the garden. With high ceilings, elaborate cornicing and a large, orate fireplace, this room is the perfect setting for entertaining. Carpet, curtains and curtain poles, wall mounted lights, pendant lights.
Stairs to Upper Floor
The Y-shaped stairs, with ornate cast-iron spindles and a curved wooden handrail, provide access to the 3 bedrooms, family bathroom and WC to the front of the house and a further 2 bedrooms to the rear.
Bedroom 1 (4.5m x 4.2m)
A bright, double bedroom with a large window to the side gardens, curtain and curtain rail, carpet. A maid’s bell on the wall, no longer in use, provides a lovely feature.
Bedroom 2 (Master) (4.2m x 5.7m)
A light, spacious, dual aspect, bedroom with en-suite. This room has a wonderful, relaxing feel with beautiful views to the front and side gardens. Curtains and curtain rails, carpet. Door to en suite.
En-Suite (2.4m x 2.8m)
A bright en-suite with high ceilings containing a two-piece white suite, with a WC and wash hand basin inset to a modern wall mounted bathroom cabinet, and a retro blue, cast iron bath with centre taps and electric shower above. A medicine cupboard with mirrored doors sits above the sink. Partially tiled walls and linoleum floor.
Bedroom 3 (4.5m x 4.2m)
A large, dual-aspect bedroom with views towards Findhorn Bay. Deep inset shelves, curtains and curtain rails, carpet.
Bathroom 1 (2.6m x 1.9m)
Containing a white three-piece suite comprising WC, bath and wash hand basin. The wash hand basin is inset to lower mounted bathroom cabinets with a wall mounted mirror and light above. The bath has a wood panel surround. A large roof window allows natural light to stream in. Vinyl flooring.
Bathroom 2 (2.4m x 4.2m)
This unique bathroom has a white three-piece suite comprising WC, wash hand basin inset to freestanding bathroom cabinet and a freestanding, deep, square bath with floor mounted taps. The bath has wood panelling and sits adjacent to a window looking out to the garden. Additionally, there is a “P” shaped shower enclosure with electric shower. Large, fitted cupboards offering drawers and shelves.
Bedroom 4 (2.9m x 2.5m)
Toward the rear of the house with a large window looking down the drive, hatch to small loft space. Curtains and curtain rails, carpet.
Bedroom 5 (3.3m x 3m)
Cosy double bedroom with coombed ceiling, curtains and curtain rail, wall to wall fitted cupboards with sliding doors offering shelves and hanging space, carpet.
Bedroom 6 (3.8m x 4.3m)
A dual aspect bedroom with a large window looking down the driveway. Secondary double glazing, two press cupboards with shelves, curtains and curtain rails, carpet.
Gardens and Grounds
A long driveway with stone pillars and wrought iron gates leads to the house. Substantial paved parking area to accommodate 12 or more cars. The gardens are expansive with multiple areas of lawn with mature shrubs, trees and flowerbeds. Impressive mature trees with a variety of conifers and deciduous trees surround the property, with areas of meadowland and manicured lawn and flowerbeds. To the front of the house there is a patio area suitable for dining out. Abundant flowers make this an incredibly colourful garden
Sitting just minutes from the bayfront, Cullerne House sits on the edge of the popular seaside village of Findhorn. Within easy walking distance of the cafes, pubs, shops, yacht club, bowling green and other local amenities, this home offers all the benefits of being in the highly sought-after village of Findhorn, whilst remaining relatively secluded.