01 Feb 2019
If you're an avid reader of Aberdein Considine's blog, you'll know full well that we love a modern-meets-traditional home - and this week we've uncovered a new one, in the quaint village of Pitmedden.
'Rose Cottage' is a stone-built detached home which was erected more than 100 years ago and is one of Pitmedden's original properties.
But behind the 1900s facade is a stunning interior with all the mod cons and selection of period features which have been lovingly restored.
The property's charm is evident as soon as you walk through the door into the welcoming hallway, which showcases a winding staircase with runner and hidden-away bookshelves - something any bookworm will love.
The lounge is centred around the elegant fireplace and the three sash and case windows flood the room in natural light.
The next - and probably our favourite - room is the open-plan kitchen/dining room.
This is the definition of country charm, complete with exposed brick walls, wood-burning stove, exposed ceiling beams and a shaker-style kitchen - yet it still benefits from modern comforts.
A three piece bathroom suite finishes the downstairs accommodation and upstairs you can find three bedrooms.
Outside, there are landscaped gardens and a decking area, and the added bonus of a detached stone-built outbuilding with lined loft space.
Currently on the market for offers around £205,000, if you're torn between buying an old or new home, this offers the best of both worlds - and at a competitive price.
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