Gairndale, 1 Monaltrie Road, Ballater AB35 5PE

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Gairndale, 1 Monaltrie Road, Ballater, AB35 5PE



Travel from Aberdeen to Ballater on the main A93.   On entering the village turn right onto Monaltrie Road, after the Riverside Garage on the right. Continue along the road heading to Gairndale is the last house on the right before turning into Station Square clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

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  • Oil Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Enclosed Private Rear Garden
  • Double Garage and Large Summer House
  • Council Tax Band F
  • EPC Band D
  • For viewing contact 07778 777 939 or Mackinnons Solicitors 013397 55633


A gated lock bloc driveway leads to the entrance of Gairndale.  Enter the property via a glazed door with glazed panel to the side to a welcoming hallway.  The spacious L-shaped hallway with solid oak flooring provides access to all the accommodation and benefits from a double built in storage cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, housing the electrics. 

Double half glazed doors open into the large lounge with picture window complete with vertical blinds and curtains, overlooking the front of the property.  Of particular feature is the marble fire surround housing a wood burning effect electric stove. Solid oak wood flooring.    

An impressive open plan kitchen/dining room with open archway leading to the conservatory with French doors leading out to the patio area.  The kitchen boasts an abundance of neutral wall and base units with coordinating Corian worksurface and glass splashback incorporating a breakfast bar.  Integrated electric Neff double oven and hob.  Fridge Freezer and dishwasher. Washing machine and tumble drier. The dining area offers ample space for a dining table and chairs.

The welcoming conservatory enjoys an open outlook to the rear garden with French doors leading to the patio area.  Natural light streams into the room with the added benefit of large Velux windows making it a haven to relax in.  Ample space for freestanding furniture.

Ideally located modern shower room with generously proportioned shower cubicle with aqua panelling and housing a dual shower with rainforest head. Tiled flooring and three bespoke wall mounted storage cupboards.  Frosted window to the rear of the property complete with roller blind.  Downlighters.  

The property boasts four spacious double bedrooms all with built-in double wardrobes and ample space for free standing furniture and enjoying natural sunlight.   The generously proportioned principal bedroom overlooks the front of the property and benefits from a fully tiled en-suite shower room with white suite comprising w.c. and wash hand basin set within a bespoke vanity unit providing added storage with mirror above. 

A further well positioned modern shower room completes the accommodation, with two-piece white suite and large shower cubicle housing a dual shower with rainforest head. Privacy window overlooking the side of the property.   

Outside the well-maintained garden to the front has a driveway with gravel and a variety of shrubs.  The fully enclosed private garden to the rear offers patio areas, ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.  A welcoming large modern summer house complete with power, television reception and bifold doors.  A fully insulated modern double garage with floored loft to the side complete with light and power, extensive storage above, and side door leading to the garden.

Fixtures and fittings

The washing machine, American fridge freezer and some curtains will be removed prior to the sale.  All floor coverings will remain and the summer house.

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