Broomhill, Rickarton, Stonehaven, AB39 3SX
Offers Over: £ 220,000
0.32 acres

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Charming cottage in a tranquil and private rural location yet conveniently located to the popular town of Stonehaven. Includes large L-shaped steading, sand school and further outbuildings, set within spacious garden grounds.

Broomhill cottage is a single storey detached dwelling of primarily traditional construction. The property requires some internal modernisation and redecoration however benefits from spacious rooms, full double glazing and oil central heating. There are also attractive original features including a feature fireplace in the living room area with multi-fuel stove. The accommodation in summary comprises:

Entrance vestibule, open plan kitchen/dining area/living room,  two bedrooms and bathroom with separate shower unit

Broomhill cottage is set within spacious grounds extending to 0.80 acres (0.32ha) or thereby in total.  The grounds are mainly laid to grass with areas of garden lawn and ample parking provision for several cars.

Private Water, Private Drainage, Mains Electricity

Council Tax
Band F

Energy Performance Certificate
Band E

Home Report
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The large, well-maintained traditional L-shaped steading is constructed of stone walls with a modern profiled metal sheet roof. The building extends to approximately 150m2 internally, has a single phase electricity supply and is currently utilised as a stable block with a workshop/storage area. This versatile building provides scope for a variety of uses as well as a potential residential or business development opportunity (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents).

Further outbuildings include a traditional stone under slate workshop and a timber pony shelter.

To the north of the steading is an enclosed sand school with floodlights for equestrian use.

Broomhill occupies an elevated position with open views over peaceful rural surroundings. The vibrant coastal town of Stonehaven is conveniently located 4 miles distant from the property. The town has a range of local services and amenities including primary and secondary education, shops, restaurants, leisure centre, health centre, golf course and public transport including a railway station with regular services to the north and south. Stonehaven is also a popular  destination for local, national and international visitors with attractions including the picturesque harbour, beach, open air swimming pool and nearby Dunnottar Castle. 

The subjects benefit from close proximity to excellent transport links including the A957 ‘Slug Road’ to Deeside, the A90 trunk road and the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).  The AWPR provides quick access to the north and west of the city including Aberdeen International Airport which operates regular flights to London and other UK cities, as well as overseas destinations.

The City of Aberdeen, approximately 16 miles to the north, can be reached in around 30 minutes by car (rush hour excepted) and provides all the facilities befitting the acknowledged capital of the North Sea Oil Industry including a theatre, two universities and shopping facilities far surpassing most other cities of its size.

By arrangement.

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