17 Mar 2020
Sitting peacefully in the heart of the Deeside countryside on the banks of the Water of Dye, The Courtyard promises tranquil isolation, comfort and an abundance of charm.
Offered to the market with mature gardens, paddock and fishing rights, this is no ordinary family home.
A long, private road meanders past rolling country fields before arriving outside the imposing stone-built property and its impressive grounds.
The paddock extends to 1.8 acres, complete with field shelter and sand school, and mature, landscaped gardens surround the property and lead to it's very own stretch of the Water of Dye.
The large courtyard to the front of the home provides ample space for parking, and gives access to the detached double garage.
Stepping inside, the welcoming hallway provides access to all the accommodation has to offer.
Two full-length windows and French doors engulf the open-plan kitchen/family room in natural light and highlight the property's best feature: the glorious views.
This room leads to the handy utility room, office and elegant lounge, which is sure to 'wow' guests with the valuated ceilings and limestone and cast iron open fire.
Four bedrooms are spread over the ground and first floor, the master boasting an en-suite and Juliet balcony, commanding open, uninterrupted views that reach as far as Clachnaben.
And although it may feel like you're living in your own little, perfect bubble, this rural haven is well connected to bigger towns, situated only four miles from Banchory - meaning a wide range of amenities can be found minutes from the doorstep.
The Courtyard, Mill of Haugh, is currently on the market with Aberdein Considine's Banchory office and the current owners are inviting offers over £520,000.Book a Viewing