Braeside Croft, Gartly, Huntly, AB54 4QR
Offers Over: £ 250,000
8.33 acres

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Braeside Croft occupies a pleasant rural setting with elevated southerly panoramic views over neighbouring farmland.  Primary schooling is available in the nearby village of Gartly (1.5 miles) or Kennethmont (2.5 miles) with secondary education available at Huntly (7 miles).  The town of Huntly provides all essential shopping including supermarkets and there is a railway station with services to Aberdeen and Inverness.  There is also a train station nearby at Insch (9 miles).  A wider range of shops, services and facilities are available in Inverurie and the City of Aberdeen. 
The City of Aberdeen is approximately 36 miles to the south east and can be reached in approximately one hour by car (rush hour excepted) and provides all the facilities befitting the acknowledged capital of the North Sea Oil Industry with theatre, two universities and shopping facilities far surpassing most other cities of it size. In addition, Aberdeen has a mainline railway station providing inter-city and sleeper services to the south and also an airport operating regular flights to London and other UK cities, as well as overseas destinations.
Private water supply. Private drainage. Mains electricity and telephone.
Council Tax
Band - D
Energy Performance Certificate
Band - E
A single storey detached traditional stone and slate cottage extended to provide comfortable 3-bedroom accommodation. The internal layout and approximate room sizes are shown on the attached plan. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing.
There is a stone driveway to the front of the cottage.  The majority of its’ grounds have been recently excavated and have been finished with hardcore or earth.  The house and gardens sit in approximately 0.5 acres with the adjoining area between the house and shed providing a further 1.5 acres or thereby.
General Purpose Shed - 35.8m x 8.7m (internally)
Steel portal frame building with a concrete floor, concrete block gable walls and side walls to approximately 2.25m roughcast externally, ventilated metal upper side wall cladding and composite fibre cement roof cladding, incorporating skylights and a part ventilated ridge. The building is divided into two by an internal concrete block wall, there are sliding metal doors into both parts and a small part of it has been partitioned off to form an office and water plant room.
The farmland at Braeside Croft comprises two fields of productive farmland extending to 3.37Ha (8.33 acres) or thereby as shown on the attached plan. According to the Macaulay Institute for Soil Research the land is largely classified as grades 3(2) and 4(1), The property lies at an altitude of around 250m above sea level.

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