Immaculate four-bed farmhouse situated in about 56 acres of its own land with two superb outbuildings offering substantial spaces for any kind of use. An environmentally friendly hideaway.
An immaculately presented farmhouse set within 56 acres of its own land, Brooms of Park is a traditional Aberdeenshire farmhouse with outbuildings. Built in the 1800's and completely rebuilt between 2008 and 2010, a two storey rear wing was created, while the interior has been meticulously upgraded to provide versatile and easily maintained accommodation suitable for modern family living.
A hardwood door with stained glass panel leads into the bright entrance hall featuring a Victorian style monochrome tiled floor. Beneath the staircase is a fully tiled WC cloakroom fitted with a white two piece suite and mirrored cabinet.
From the reception hall a door leads into the open plan dining kitchen/sitting room, which is of excellent dimensions and ideal for both relaxation and formal entertainment with zoned ceiling spotlights. Within the sitting room the flooring is of coloured marble, while an open fireplace with polished black stone hearth and an ornate cast iron surround creates a warm and inviting ambience.
The generously sized dining area provides plenty of space for a large dining table set, with twin ceiling pendant lighting and glazed doors opening onto the paved terrace. The sociable kitchen area features a good range of attractive base, wall and display cabinetry, while polished granite work surfaces incorporate a Franke 1.5 sink with drainer. Within the kitchen there is a Rangemaster with five ring induction hob, which has specially commissioned artwork painted on to the splashback tiling creating a characterful focal point. The large breakfast island is a striking feature, with undercounter storage and twin Miele wine coolers. It is understood that the fridge/freezer, wine coolers, dishwasher and hob will remain.
A hardwood door from the kitchen leads into the good sized utility room, which in turn allows access to the garden grounds and terrace. Tiled to half height, the utility room has been designed as a wet room (to drain off excess water) and is thus a perfect room for wet outdoor equipment and pets. Within the utility room there are the Miele washing machine, tumble drier, Heat Pump and sink unit.
Completing the ground floor is the family room with deep silled window overlooking the property frontage. A well proportioned living space, central to the room is the wood burning stove which is situated within a brick lined recess with polished black stone hearth.
Ascending the staircase, there is an L-shaped landing which receives lots of natural light from the velux windows.
The principal bedroom benefits from dual aspect views and provides ample space for freestanding furniture, having the advantage of a dressing room providing excellent hanging and shelf storage, in addition to a dressing table area. The principal bedroom also boasts a luxurious en suite bathroom. Featuring a white suite, there is a WC, bath with central tap fitment and twin wash hand basins set within an attractive vanity unit with mirrored cabinets above. The en suite also features a fully tiled shower enclosure and mood lighting.
Bedrooms two and four are both well proportioned rooms of tasteful decoration and hardwood flooring, with velux windows allowing for natural light. Bedroom three overlooks the property frontage and fields beyond, while being fitted with a bespoke range of fitted wardrobes and elevated storage which also incorporates a desk area.
The luxurious and fully tiled family bathroom features a white suite, consisting of WC with concealed cistern, bath with central tap fitment, and twin wash hand basins encased within a contemporary vanity unit with mirrored cabinets and mood lighting. A glazed shower enclosure with Grohe fitment completes the bathroom.
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The attention to detail at this wonderful property is tremendous. A fantastic country home, the two versatile outbuildings are amongst the best I have encountered, and offer a variety of potential uses for the discerning purchaser.Fiona Gormley