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Essland Cottage, 151 Findhorn, Findhorn, IV36 3YL

£150,000 Offers Over - Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Cottage, Semi-Detached Bungalow, Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: On Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Council Tax Band: B

Property Features

  • Detached 1-bedroom, character cottage with planning permission to convert to 2-bed
  • In the centre of the popular village of Findhorn
  • Incredible location within minutes of fabulous beaches

Property Summary

Rarely in Findhorn does the opportunity arise to buy a cottage, in the heart of the village, at a reasonable price. This spacious, one-bedroom, semi-detached traditional cottage is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the beach, the pubs, the Bakehouse and the Post office. It boasts a kitchen, large sitting room, shower room, ample bedroom, a conservatory for sitting out and has been recently painted. In addition, it has plenty garden space and a shed. The cottage has planning permission to convert to an amazing 2-bedroom cottage with a cathedral ceiling in the living room and a spiral staircase to the 2nd bedroom. Alternatively, it could be improved as it is or by using some elements of the planning permission. This cottage is unlikely to remain on the market long.  Planning can be viewed on the Moray Council planning website  under reference 21/00712/APP

Entering through a half-glazed front door into the kitchen.

Kitchen (2.7m x 2.3m)
From the garden, entering through a wooden door with glazed panels into the kitchen. Recently painted, the compact kitchen offers a range of grey, wooden base, and upper cabinets. A single sink with mixer taps sits beneath a window looking to the garden. Plumbed for washing machine. Space for fridge-freezer. Linoleum flooring. Glazed doors from the kitchen and dining area open to the sitting room.

Dining area (1.4m x 2.3m)

A dining/pantry area with space for a table for 2, sits to the side of the kitchen. A window to the rear lane provides natural light. The sloping ceiling is pine-clad. A glazed door opens to the sitting room.

Sitting Room (3.9m x 4.1m)
A slight step down from the kitchen, this spacious room has doors to the kitchen, dining area and main hallway. Recently painted with exposed beams traversing the ceiling, this cosy sitting room has white painted floorboards and a window to the garden provides natural light into the room. A character fireplace has a recently fitted woodburning stove. Storage heater. Door to hall.

Hallway (2.8m x 1.1m)

The hall provides access to the shower room, bedroom, sitting room and conservatory. Electricity meters. Wood flooring painted white.

Shower room (2.8m x 2.8m)

An exceptionally large shower room containing a 2-piece suite (WC + WHB) and a shower cubicle with an electric shower. The opaque glass window provides for natural light and ventilation with the opaque glass door from hall providing further light. Loft access hatch. This shower room has ample space to be updated to allow the installation of a bath in addition to the shower. Storage heater.

Conservatory (3.3m x 1.4m)

A real feature of this house is this lovely bright conservatory to the front of the house. With 3 glass walls this is a lovely, bright space for sitting out. Blinds. Carpet.

Bedroom (3.2m x 4.0m)

A lovely, large, bedroom with a window looking to the garden. The white painted walls and floorboards give this room a bright, clean feel. Glass panel door from hall. Storage heater. Pendant light. Curtain and curtain pole.

Garden and outside.

Double iron driveway gates open from the road into a wide garden area in front of the cottage. There is garden immediately to the side of the house, next to the road, with a bench for sitting, and a wider area of garden immediately in front of the house, stretching the length of the cottage. A paved patio area sits to the side of the conservatory providing a fairly private area to sit outside on sunny days.  Wooden garden shed.

(Note: as is common in Findhorn, the adjacent cottages have a right-of-access through the garden area to their houses.)