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Maryville, Burdshaugh, Forres IV36 1NQ
£140,000 Offers Over - Sold
- Lovely 2 bed detached bungalow
- Walking distance to most amenities
- Private, mature gardens
- Located on a quiet cul de sac
- Bright with a lovely ambience
Property SummaryWith a wonderful warm ambience, and light streaming into every room, this spacious 2-bedroom detached bungalow, sitting in an enclosed private garden, sits in a peaceful location within walking distance of most amenities. Forres High Street, the train station and bus stops, lovely parks, the river, health centre, schools and leisure facilities are all within easy walking distance. This lovely cottage could be an ideal home for a couple or small family.
Entering through a half glazed UPVC door into a bright vestibule, with a half-glazed wooden door with windows to either side, leading to the main hall. Plenty of room for outdoor coats and shoes. The hall provides access to the living room, bedrooms and bathroom.
Living Room (4.0m x 4.0m)
A bright, spacious living room to the front of the house, with a large window looking over the front garden to the quiet cul de sac. An open fireplace in a tile surround, with deep alcoves to either side, provides a lovely feature to this room. Blinds, curtains and curtain pole. Carpet. Character wooden doors lead to the hall and the kitchen.
Kitchen (2.9m x 2.0m)
With a wide range of light upper and lower cabinets, this compact kitchen has a large window towards the back garden. Space for freestanding cooker and under counter fridge, plumbed for washing machine. A single bowl sink with drainer sits beneath the window to the garden. Linoleum floor. Blinds. A step leads down to the rear vestibule, with handrails to either side.
Rear vestibule (1.1m x 2.0m)
Currently with a bar table and stools beneath the window to the garden, this rear vestibule is used as a small dining area. Coat hooks. Newly fitted UPVC door, with cat flap, to rear garden. Linoleum floor.
Bathroom (1.6m x 2.8m)
A bright bathroom containing a 3-piece white suite comprising WC, wall-mounted wash hand basin, and bath with cupboard above. A mirror and light with shaving point sits above the basin with a towel rail to the side. Partially tiled walls. Wall mounted fan heater. A window provides ample natural light and ventilation. Carpet.
Bedroom 1 (2.9m x 2.5m)
A double bedroom with a double-glazed window to the rear garden. Carpet. Blinds.
Bedroom 2 (3.7m x 4.0m)
A spacious, airy double bedroom with a wide window to the front of the house. The door to the sunroom leads from this bedroom making it feel like a very private bedroom with a snug sitting room off. Carpet. Blinds.
Sunroom (2.5m x 3.1m)
To the side of the house with recently installed windows to 2 sides, the sunroom has a peaceful feel. Very private, with views to the garden full of mature shrubs, flowers and lawn. A new UPVC door leads from the sunroom to the garden.
Garden and Grounds
Lovely, secluded gardens wrap around Maryville with mature shrubs placed throughout lawn areas and a hidden pathway curving behind a shrub, idea for hide and seek. To the rear corner there is a stone chip and paved patio area with a well-maintained wooden garden shed behind. Although there is no parking on the property, there is ample space to create a driveway. Two wrought-iron gates lead from the front to the garden. It’s a lovely cottage garden, not too big for easy maintenance but ample to sit out in peace.
Located in a desirable area of Forres, Maryville sits down a quiet lane with established homes with mature gardens around. Its proximity to virtually all the amenities that Forres has to offer would make it possible to live here without a car. Tesco and the High Street shops are within walking distance and lovely walks around Sanquhar Pond and up through Chapelton make it a super spot for anyone who enjoys walking. Expansive, white sand beaches are approximately 15 mins drive away in the lovely coastal village of Findhorn or Roseisle. Forres is a thriving town, with an active High Street offering a wide range of shops. There are 4 primary school and 2 secondary schools, including the Drumduan school. It sits on the main trainline from Aberdeen to Inverness and Inverness International airport at Dalcross is approximately 30 mins drive.