Rangellagh, Newton of Struthers, Kinloss, Forres IV36 2UD
- Quiet semi-rural location
- Recently renovated
- Spacious master bedroom with en suite, dressing room and patio doors
- Workshop, garage, summerhouse and shed
- Close to both town and beaches
Located in a peaceful, semi-rural environment with open views to both the front and back over fields and woods, this lovely 4 bedroom, detached house sitting in large gardens is within minutes of Kinloss and with easy access to the A96. A beautiful family home, entirely renovated to a high specification, with solid oak doors and oak flooring, comes to the market in move-in condition. A lovely home for anyone looking for the peace of the countryside while living within easy access of all amenities.
A front porch provides access to a half-glazed UPVC door leading into an L shaped hallway with oak wood flooring. This bright hallway provides access to all accommodation. Large storage cupboard.
Living room (5.0m x 3.4m)
Light streams in through the large front window, overlooking the enclosed front gardens, and the door to the hall with 2 glazed panels. A good-sized living room with solid oak flooring, phone and TV points and 6, double, electrical points. A fireplace, currently boarded up, could make a lovely feature to this room.
Dining Kitchen (5.0m x3.0m)
With a wide range of modern, light, upper and lower cabinets, this bright kitchen has a large window and a 2/3rds glazed UPVC door to the garden. Integrated hob, oven, extractor fan, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. A one-and-a-half bowl sink with mixer tap sits beneath the window. 2 glass shelves. There is ample space for a dining table, with a bracket for a wall mounted TV above. Spotlights. Light grey wood-effect vinyl flooring.
Bathroom (2.2m x 2.7m (widest))
A recently fitted bathroom comprising 3-piece white suite containing WC, a wash hand basin inset to convenient bathroom cabinets, with an LED mirror above, and a P shaped bath with a rain shower and handheld attachment. Wet wall backsplash. A double-glazed window to rear garden provides natural light and ventilation. Light grey wood-effect vinyl flooring. Access to the insulated and partially attic.
Bedroom 1 (2.1m x 3.1m)
A double bedroom to the side of the house. Single walk-in wardrobe housing electricity consumer unit. Window to side garden with vertical blinds. Carpet. TV and phone point.
Bedroom 2 (2.7m x 2.8m)
A bright double bedroom to the side of the house. Window with vertical blinds. TV point. Carpet.
Bedroom 3 (3.8m x 3.6m)
An ample double bedroom to the rear of the property with open views to the fields and woods behind. Double built-in wardrobes with oak doors provide ample storage space. TV point phone point. Carpet. Vertical blinds
Bedroom 4 (3.8m x 4.5m)
A beautiful, bright, large, double bedroom with sliding patio doors to the rear garden. Vertical blinds. Built in cupboard with shelves. Feature lights have been fitted to cornicing above the bed. Phone point and 4 double electric sockets. Doors to walk-in wardrobe/dressing room and en suite shower room.
Walk-in wardrobe/Dressing room (1.8m x 2.0m)
Currently unshelved, this room would make a wonderful walk in wardrobe with ample space for shelves, cupboards and hanging. Carpet. Light. Extractor fan.
En suite (1.8m x 2.4m)
A modern en suite shower room with a 2-piece white suite comprising WC and Wash hand basin inset to bathroom cabinets with an LED mirror above. Large, curved shower encloser with mains shower. Window to side garden. Toilet roll holder. Light grey wood-effect vinyl flooring.
Garden and Outbuildings
Rangellagh has good sized gardens that wrap around the house. A wide driveway leads to a large single garage and the front door. A paved path then leads to the back of the house, providing access to the workshop and summer house. To the rear of the house there is a large lawn bounded by a low stone wall. Spacious front gardens laid to lawn with mature shrubs. A paved path leads from the driveway, through a wrought iron gate, around the front of the house to the kitchen door at the side where a concrete block shed and the external oil combi boiler are located. External wall lights around the house provide a lovely feature.
Garage (6.3m x 3.4m)
With electricity, light, a concrete floor with a servicing pit, shelves, electricity points, side door and up and over roller door.
Wooden Summerhouse with double doors and large decking with inset spotlights sits to the side of the house.
Large workshop (3.5m x 6.7m) with concrete flooring, workbench, shelves, 2 windows.
Newton of Struthers sits in a lovely semi-rural location just minutes from Kinloss, yet tucked away amidst farmland and trees. The A96, the main road between Aberdeen and Inverness, is a few minutes away. Shopping, health services and schooling is all available in either Forres, approximately 4 miles away, or Elgin, approximately 12 miles away.