Strowan, Deebank Road, Ballater, AB35 5QT

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Strowan, 22 Deebank Road, Ballater, AB35 5QT



On entering Ballater turn right onto Bridge Street. Take the first left onto Deebank Road. The property is located on the right hand side on the corner of Dee Street as is clearly indicated by our Mackinnons For Sale sign.

  • Oil Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Mains Drainage
  • Off Street Parking
  • Council Tax Band E
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • EPC Band E
  • For viewing contact Mackinnons Solicitors (013397 55633)

We are delighted to bring to the market this impressive four bedroomed end terraced family home. Beautifully presented and exceptionally well maintained, the subjects offer an enviable level of adaptable family accommodation. In excellent decorative order and providing comfortable living accommodation the property benefits from oil fired central heating and full double glazing throughout.  Ideally situated in the heart of Royal Deeside, in the popular village of Ballater.  The accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance hall leading to a charming lounge with new Burley wood burning stove, modern dining kitchen with integrated appliances leading to the light and airy dining room, both with direct access to the rear garden and useful utility room. Stairs from the kitchen lead to the upper sitting room, a generous principal bedroom with modern en suite and a well-appointed family shower room complete the ground floor. The upper floor accommodation comprises of three further bedrooms all with ample space for free standing furniture and a modern cloakroom. Outside, the property boasts a fully enclosed rear garden and driveway. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the level of accommodation on offer.

A part glazed exterior door opens into the bright hallway and leads to most ground floor accommodation. A deep understairs cupboard provides shelved storage and houses the electricity fuse box. Ceiling coving. Recessed lighting.

The lounge provides a bright and spacious living area boasting dual aspect windows. A particular feature is the wood burning stove set on a slate hearth with attractive wooden mantle shelf. Recessed alcove with display shelving. Arch with steps leading up to the kitchen. Ceiling coving. Recessed lighting. Laminate flooring.

The dining Kitchen enjoys a semi open plan layout with the lounge, this well-appointed kitchen is fitted with a wide range of modern wall and base units, ample work surface and extensive splashback panelling. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer. Integrated appliances including a ceramic hob with extractor canopy, oven/grill, microwave and free-standing fridge/freezer. Window with deep display sill overlooks the side of the property allowing natural light to stream through. Door to dining room. Stairs to upper sitting room. Wall mounted circuit breaker. Recessed lighting. Ceiling coving. Smoke detector/heat sensor.

The dining room is a wonderful addition to the property, this bright room boasts sliding patio doors to the rear garden and a uPVC door with glazed section alongside. A further window to the rear floods the area with natural light. Ample space for a dining table and chairs, providing the ideal spot for both family meals and entertaining guests. Laminate wood flooring. Access to utility room.

The utility room is a useful and functional area providing space for free standing washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Central heating controls.

From the kitchen, a carpeted staircase with attractive wooden balustrade and banister leads to the upper landing and in turn the upper sitting room. The sitting room features a dormer window to the rear and offers space for a range of furnishings.

A sumptuous principal bedroom with en suite is situated on the ground floor, this generous double bedroom features a window with deep display sill overlooking the front of the property and is further enhanced by an en suite shower room. Recessed lighting. The en suite is fitted with a modern white two-piece suite and fully aqua lined shower enclosure. Aqua lined to dado height throughout. Heated towel rail. Xpelair. Recessed lighting. Shaver point.

A well appointed modern family bathroom with a white three-piece suite and separate fully aqua lined shower. Aqua lined to dado height throughout. Heated towel rail. Recessed lighting. Xpelair.

Upper floor from the entrance hall, a carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade and banister leads to the galleried upper landing and remaining accommodation. A dormer window on the upper landing allows ample natural light into the area. Recessed lighting. Smoke detector. Hatch to insulated loft space.

Three spacious double bedrooms, two with dormer windows overlooking the front of the property and one overlooking the rear, all offering ample space for a range of free-standing furniture.

Cloakroom Fitted with a white two-piece suite. Aqua lined throughout. Velux window to the rear. Recessed lighting.

Outside The large, enclosed garden to the rear has a good sized lawn with vehicular access via a rear lane to double wrought iron gates giving access to an off-road parking area. The fully enclosed garden is screened by a high-level wall. The well-maintained garden is mainly laid to lawn with decorative borders stocked with a variety of mature shrubs and seasonal plants. There are two areas of elevated composite decking ideal for outdoor entertaining. High level timber gate gives pedestrian access to Deebank Street. Double timber sheds are to remain. External lighting and water tap. External oil boiler.

Fixtures and fittings

All floor coverings, light fittings will be included in the sale along with the washing machine, tumble drier and freezer which are housed in the utility room.

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