Woodhead, Keig, Alford, AB33 8BD
Offers Over: £ 210,000
3
1
1
G
0.4 acres

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Description

An attractive rural property in need of some modernisation with useful traditional outbuildings situated near Keig and Alford, Aberdeenshire.


 
Situation / Amenities
Woodhead enjoys a peaceful rural setting, yet is conveniently located close to Keig (1.5 miles) and Alford (2.5 miles). Primary Schooling is available in Keig with secondary education and a wider range of services located in Alford.
 
Alford is the principal town serving Donside and offers a supermarket, a health centre, banking, post office, filling station and hotels. Alford also has good recreational facilities including a swimming pool, dry ski slope, 18-hole golf course, country park, museums and salmon fishing on the River Don. The Lecht Ski Centre is only thirty miles away and within easy commute, as is the Cairngorms National Park.
 
Entry
By arrangement.
 
Services
Private Water, Private Drainage, Mains Electricity, Telephone
 
Local Authority
Aberdeenshire Council, Viewmount, Arduthie Road, Stonehaven, AB39 2DP. Telephone: 01569 766549
 
Council Tax
Band D
 
Energy Performance Certificate
Band G
 
Particulars
Woodhead is a traditional stone and slate 1.5 storey dwelling requiring modernisation and upgrading. The accommodation can be seen on the attached plan but in summary comprises:
 
Ground Floor
Utility Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Living Room, Bathroom and Sitting Room/Bedroom 3, Porch
 
First Floor
2 Bedrooms, landing
The property does benefit from recently installed (4-5 years) (uPVC) windows and modern front and side doors.
 
L-shaped Steading & Garage
Situated to the west (rear) of the dwellinghouse is a L-shaped traditional stone and slate steading providing useful general storage. Internal Floor area of 110 sqm or thereby. Single Garage.
 
Garden / Land
The dwelling and steading are set in land extending to approximately 0.4 acres (0.16Ha). This includes a vegetable and fruit garden to the front, lawn areas and beech hedges along the north and east perimeters.
 

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