Lewis Lodge, 39 Golf Road, Ballater, AB35 5RE


Lewis Lodge, 39 Golf Road, Ballater, AB35 5RE



From Aberdeen take the A93 to Ballater. Upon reaching the village, turn right at the T junction into Bridge Street. Take the third left onto Golf Road just after the village green and proceed along the road.  Lewis Lodge is on the right just before the junction with Braichlie Road, clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

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  • Electric Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Central location
  • Secure rear garden and garage
  • Council Tax Band F
  • EPC Band E
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors 013397 55633


Lewis Lodge is a charming 4 bedroom traditional detached dwellinghouse situated in the heart of the village of Ballater, Royal Deeside.  Set over two floors, the bright and spacious property offers versatile living accommodation boasting a secure private rear garden, single garage to the side with gated off street parking.  Lewis Lodge maintains many of the original features including the sweeping staircase, high skirtings, cornicing and original internal doors, double glazed throughout and serviced by electric storage heaters.  The accommodation consists of a spacious lounge on open plan with the dining room,  double glazed doors leading to the fitted kitchen enjoying a picture window over the rear garden.  A further reception room to the front of the property which could be utilised as a further ground floor bedroom, with a double bedroom to the rear with a well-appointed en-suite shower room.  The family bathroom and sun lounge overlooking the private rear garden completes the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs the property boasts two double bedrooms overlooking the front and a box room/study.  Viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate the family living accommodation on offer.

Entry to Lewis Lodge is via a partially glazed hardwood door leading to the bright and welcoming hallway providing access to the ground floor accommodation with an impressive, sweeping carpeted staircase rising to the upper floor.  A versatile, spacious reception room to the left of the hall overlooks the front of the property and benefits from an Aberdeen cupboard and boasts ample space for free standing furniture.  This room could easily be utilised as a further ground floor bedroom. 

To the right of the hallway, is the generously proportioned open plan lounge/dining room with double glazed doors opening into the kitchen.  This area enjoys natural sunlight to stream in via the dual aspect windows, a door provides access to the rear hall.  An Aberdeen cupboard for storage in the lounge with an arch way opening into the dining area.

Through the double glazed doors to the kitchen, fitted with ample wall and base units enjoying a picture window overlooking the private rear garden.  Integrated fridge freezer, and electric oven. Plumbing for a washing machine.

The rear hall is flooded with natural sunlight via the large Velux window. A deep built-in storage cupboard is located under the stairs. Access is provided to the double bedroom overlooking the side of the property and boasts an en-suite shower room with three-piece suite comprising WC and wash hand basin.  Fully tiled shower cubicle.

The family bathroom is fitted with a 3-piece suite comprising bath with handheld shower attachment, w.c and wash hand basin. Opaque window to the rear.  Wall tiling. Electric towel rail.

A welcoming sun lounge with pine ceiling and down lighters, ideal for relaxing in. An external door leads to the rear garden.  

The upper landing boasts a large Velux window enjoying views across the landscape and allows natural sunlight to stream into the area. To the right is a spacious double bedroom complete with double built in wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors with hanging rail and shelving.  A bay window overlooks the front of the property with deep sill and a sink set within a vanity unit with mirror above.

To the left is a further double bedroom with bay window overlooking the front offering ample space for freestanding furniture, with a sink set within a vanity unit and mirror above.

A box room to the front, housing the water tank and shelving, could also be utilised as a home office.

Outside: Lewis Lodge boasts a generous secure walled garden with wooden gates providing access to off street parking and a single garage with up and over door and further door to the side.  Mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs with the benefit of a patio area outside the sun lounge, ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining.  The garden offers a useful shed and granite outbuilding.  A wooden gate to the side provides access to Braichlie Road.


Location: Ballater lies on the main A93 road, some 40 miles west of Aberdeen amid beautiful countryside in the Cairngorms National Park. This attractive, friendly, village enjoys a wide range of quality shops, restaurants and hotels, a medical centre and offers many other activities and events such as the Ballater Walking Week, Victoria Week and the Ballater Highland Games. The lively community also offers many clubs, gatherings and social activities. Primary Schooling is catered for in the village, with secondary education at nearby Aboyne Academy. Situated in the heart of Royal Deeside, Ballater is a wonderful centre for outdoor pursuits which include superb walking and cycling opportunities, riding, many good golf courses, gliding and in the winter months, skiing at both Glenshee and The Lecht. Other local sporting pursuits include deer stalking, pheasant and grouse shooting and fishing on the River Dee. With a good road and regular bus service, Ballater is within commuting distance to the business parks in both the Westhill and Kingswells areas.

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