Beaulah Hall, Kennethmont, Huntly, AB54 4QR
Offers Over: £ 200,000
9 acres

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A charming and characterful property in picturesque surroundings with garden grounds and outbuildings, set in land extending to 4 Ha (10 acres) or thereby.  For sale as a whole.

Beaulah Hall is a characterful, one and a half storey dwelling which is primarily of traditional construction with some later additions. The property provides comfortable living accommodation with scope to carry out alterations and change of layout to suit, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. The accommodation and layout is shown on the attached floor plan but in summary comprises:
Ground Floor
Porch, Living Room, Bedroom 1, Bathroom, Kitchen/Dining Room, Garden Room, Utility Room, Boiler Room, Sitting Room/Bedroom 3, Sun Room, Shower Room, W.C., Workshop
First Floor
Bedroom 2, Study/Games Room, Box Room
The property has oil central heating on the ground floor in the main part of the house, open fireplaces in the living room and bedroom 1, a multi-fuel stove in the sitting room and is predominantly double glazed. Outside, there is a good-sized garden with abundant mature trees and shrubs, including fruit trees, providing privacy and shelter. There is a network of pathways throughout the garden as well as a variety of landscape features including pond and decking area. Parking is provided to the front of Beaulah Hall with an additional parking area opposite the property entrance.
Within the garden grounds of Beaulah Hall is a cabin which is presently used as a sitting room and bar area with separate store room. In addition, there is a timber summer house with outside decking area. Adjoining the south west gable end of the property is a timber garage/store and there is a small steel shed situated in the garden which is also included.
Benefitting from landscape views over surrounding land and Tap o’ Noth to the west, the land included with Beaulah Hall is split into 3 main enclosures which total approximately 3.65 ha (9 acres). The land to the west of the railway line can be accessed via a pedestrian underpass off the B9002 road. The land is currently all in grass and is classified as Grade 3(2) and 4 by the James Hutton Institute.  The land has not been grazed in recent years but could be used for equestrian or smallholding purposes. 
Mains Water, Private Drainage, Mains Electricity
Council Tax
Band A
Energy Performance Certificate
Band F
Home Report
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Beaulah Hall is situated in a private and peaceful rural setting yet still enjoys good transport links to the nearby small communities of Gartly and Kennethmont and the larger settlements of Huntly and Insch. The land at Beaulah Hall benefits from scenic views over surrounding countryside and beyond to the prominent peak of Tap o’ Noth, the site of the second highest hillfort in Scotland.
The town of Huntly (6 miles) to the north provides a wide range of services and amenities including shops, supermarkets, healthcare, sport facilities and secondary education at The Gordon Schools. The village of Insch (8 miles) to the east also provides local shops and services. There is a railway station at both Huntly and Insch with regular services to the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness. Primary education is provided at Gartly School (1.5 miles).
There are many recreational and leisure opportunities in the area including hillwalking, fishing on the River Deveron, the Nordic Ski and Outdoor Centre in Huntly, golf courses and the nearby Castle and Whisky trails. The National Trust owned Leith Hall Garden and Estate, situated around 1 mile south of Beaulah Hall, offers picturesque walking trails and walled garden as well as a seasonally open café and shop.
The City of Aberdeen, approximately 35 miles to the east, can be reached in an hour by car (rush hour excepted) and provides a theatre, two universities and shopping facilities far surpassing most other cities of its size. It also has a range of wider transport links including a mainline railway station and Aberdeen International Airport.
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire Council, Marr Area Office, School Road, Alford, AB33 8TY

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