19 Jun 2018
Behind the doors of this unassuming house in Auchenblae, you'll find a stunning interior that oozes charm and character.
Dating back to 1802, the four-bedroom property is home to an abundance of traditional features which have been brilliantly preserved so they can be enjoyed for another two centuries.
Particular ones to note are the original Victorian tiles in the hallway, working fireplaces in various rooms, and stained glass window in the upper hallway.
Upon entering the house, you are greeted by the eye-catching tiles and pitch pine staircase with handrail and decorative balustrade.
The dining kitchen boasts granite worktops together with an eye catching blue Aga.
The formal dining room, which could easily be used as a family room or guest bedroom if preferred, features Mulberry fabric walls and a multi-fuel stove, creating a lovely room in which to relax in.
Continuing through to the extremely spacious lounge, the French doors, which open out to the rear garden, truly transform the room flooding it with natural light.
Moving upstairs, you can find three bedrooms, the master with en-suite shower room and a luxury bathroom.
Outside the property stands in extensive garden grounds and enjoys stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
The garden includes a patio for entertaining, vast lawn for children and pets to play and a wooden den at the bottom.
'Parkview' is currently on the market with Aberdein Considine's Stonehaven office and the current owners are inviting offers in the region of £340,000.Book a Viewing