Historic harbour setting. Private courtyard opposite with access to the Water of Cruden estuary.
This delightful mid terrace two storey house has a single storey rear extension with private courtyard on the opposite side of Harbour Street extending to the Water of Cruden estuary on which there is a timber cabin. The house dates back to around 175 years ago and the extension was thought to be created between 30-50 years ago. The current owners substantially renovated the property in 2011. The internal doors are pine panelled and the majority of skirtings and facings are also in a pine finish. There is a combination of self coloured carpets, tiled and hard flooring.
A wooden door opens to a porch with tiled floor and staircase to the first floor with a timber hand rail. Accessed from here is the delightful sitting room with its stone pointed surround housing a multi fuel stove. There is a cosy dining room with steps up to a contemporary elongated galley kitchen fitted with wall and floor units with wooden worksurfaces. Appliances include a Baumatic five burner range cooker with electric oven and additional Miele double burner, Whirlpool microwave, Lamona dishwasher and washing machine, John Lewis refrigerator and freezer and a door to a useful store housing a back door to a lane to the rear. On the other side of the porch is the principal bedroom with window seat with cupboard under and a tiled en suite shower / wet room with pedestal washbasin and WC and with a frosted opaque window to the kitchen.
The staircase continues up to the first floor. Two double bedrooms have front facing bay window aspects. The tiled family bathroom features a freestanding Heritage roll top bath with ornate claw feet and hand held shower cradle. There is also a WC, pedestal washbasin and large shower enclosure with Mira shower.
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The views over the estuary are quite breathtaking and with modern interiors it make for a lovely family or second home.Sandra McGregor