Tanglin, Broom of Moy, Forres, Moray, IV36 2SR

£335,000 Offers Over - Under Offer
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Property Details

  • Type: Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Parking: Double Garage, Driveway
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: F

Property Features

  • Immaculate, bright property
  • Spacious with 4 bedrooms and 2 reception rooms
  • Lovely semi-rural location

Property Summary

Situated in the semi-rural hamlet of Broom of Moy, walking distance to Forres over the River Findhorn and just a few miles from the seaside towns of Findhorn and Nairn this spacious detached bungalow, with large wrap-around gardens, offers 4 bedrooms (1 ensuite), sitting room, dining room, utility room, dining kitchen, bathroom and double garage. Located in a lovely, peaceful cul-de-sac, this property has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and is in immaculate move-in condition. Flooded with light throughout, the house has lovely open outlook over fields of horses to the rear.

ACCOMMODATION

Entering through a wooden front door with stained glass panels and a glazed side light into the vestibule with a further wooden door with glass panels opening into the wide L-shaped hall.

Hall

An exceedingly bright hallway, wide with wooden flooring. 2 large cupboards; a deep laundry cupboard containing the hot water tank and shelves, and a further cupboard with shelves that houses the electricity consumer unit.

Living Room (3.9m x 5.2m)

A considerably large, and beautifully light, living room with 3 large windows to the front of the house and a glass panelled wooden door from the hallway.  Wood flooring. Curtain rail and vertical blinds.

Dining Room (2.8m x 3.1m)

With glazed wooden doors from the hall and a window looking out to the fields to the rear, this lovely dining room is flooded with light. Ample room for a dining table to seat 6. Wood flooring. Curtain rail.

Dining Kitchen (5.4m x 4.0m)

A lovely dual-aspect dining kitchen with a wide range of recently installed modern, white, upper and lower cabinets to two walls and a substantial island in the centre of the room. A table has been shaped to sit adjacent to the island. With dark granite countertops and contrasting acrylic splashback, this is a truly beautiful kitchen. The single sink with mixer tap is integrated into the granite worksurface and sits beneath a window looking towards the garden. Superbly appointed with integrated dishwasher, microwave, oven (1 year old) and fridge freezer. The island has an AEG induction hob with a pop-up vertical AEG extractor. Shelf for TV. Patio doors, with vertical blinds, open to the rear garden. The 2 other windows have roller blinds. Laminate floor.

Utility Room (4.0m x 1.6m)

Accessed from the hall, with upper and lower cabinets and a single sink with mixer tap and drainer, this utility room is a good size. Plumbed for washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. Tile splashback. Laminate floor. Door to garage. Hatch, with Ramsay ladder, to insulated and partially floored attic.

Master Bedroom (3.0m x 3.8m)

A bright double bedroom with an ensuite. An abundance of natural light streams through the large, double-glazed windows to the rear gardens. Double built-in wardrobes provide ample hanging and shelf space. Wood flooring. Curtains and curtain rail. Door to ensuite.

En-suite (1.5m x 2.2m)

Well-presented ensuite with a white 2-piece suite, installed 3 years ago, comprising WC, with hidden cistern, and modern round basin inset to a granite countertop above useful bathroom cabinets with a free-standing pillar tap. A separate shower enclosure with a mains shower. Heated towel rail. Window providing natural light and ventilation. Blind. Wooden floor.

Family Bathroom (3.0m x 1.8m)

Bright, modern, bathroom with a white 3-piece suite including a WC, a square basin mounted on bathroom cabinets with a freestanding pillar tap, and a bath with mains shower above. The walls are completely tiled for ease of cleaning. A wall mounted cupboard and mirror sit above the basin. Opaque window to the garden. Heated towel rail. Laminate tile-effect floor.

Bedroom 2 (3.7m x 2.5m)

To the front of the house with a wide window looking out over the lawn, this ample double bedroom has a double built in wardrobe with mirrored doors providing shelf and hanging space. Carpet. Curtain pole.

Bedroom 3 (3.7m x 2.6m)

This bright double bedroom, to the front of the house, has a double built-in wardrobe and wood flooring. Curtain pole.

Bedroom 4 (3.0m x 2.7m)

A spacious double bedroom, to the front of the house, with double built-in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. Carpet. Curtain pole.

Gardens and Grounds

Tanglin has wrap around gardens laid primarily to lawn, with paved patio areas and low maintenance flower beds. A wide stone drive leads to the garage and the front of the house, with ample space for parking multiple cars. To one side is a large lawn area with a wooden fence to the front and side. with a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees. To the other, a split-level flower bed, mulched with bark for easy maintenance. The oil tank is situated to the side of the garage, behind the shed. A paved path leads to the rear of the house where there is a lawn and large paved patio area. Rotary dryer. The fence to the rear is post and wire, allowing lovely open views of the horses’ fields behind.

Garage (6.3m x 5.6m)

Large, integrated double garage with electricity and lighting. Two remote-controlled roller doors, installed approximately 6 years ago, provide easy access. Door from utility room and a further door leading to the garden. The garage houses the oil boiler, which has approximately 2 years warranty remaining on it. Concrete floor.

Shed and Greenhouse

A well maintained, large wooden shed, sits to the side of the house with a greenhouse to the rear of the house.

Living in Broom of Moy is about as close to living in the country that you can get. A few minutes away are the open-farm fields with access into the thousands of acres of Culbin Forest within walking distance. A bridge leads from Broom of Moy, over the River Findhorn, into Forres so makes commuting easy without a car.

In the catchment area for Dyke Primary school, this provides the opportunity to attend a small and desirable village school. With only approximately 90 children, the "Tatler Guide to the Best State Primary Schools (2017)" listed Dyke Primary in the Top 10 and the only listed Primary school in Scotland, noting "Dyke Primary is driven by the community spirit - it's like a big family". Combined with it's extremely easy access to the amenities of Forres and Nairn and easy access to the A96 to Inverness and Aberdeen, Broom of Moy is about as perfect a place as you could hope to live.