Sunhoney, Murtle Den Road, Milltimber, Aberdeenshire, AB13 0HS | Property for sale | Savills
2,454.17 sq ft(228 sq m)
Offers over £430,000

SunhoneyMurtle Den Road, Milltimber, Aberdeenshire, AB13 0HS


    Key features

    • Matterport tour available in addition
    • Considerable potential
    • Large garden
    • Pleasant semi-rural situation
    • Close to popular residential area

    Considerable potential in a highly desirable setting.

    About this property

    • SUMMARY
      The original part of Sunhoney is a stone built cottage, with a slate roof, which faces south east over its own enclosed gardens, and is believed to date from the 1890s. Timber clad extensions were added firstly in 1929, when it belonged to artists, who utilised the first floor studio, and then again in 1989, to create a home for a large family. Located off Murtle Den Road, it occupies a fine position in a sought after area. The house offers considerable scope for modernisation to create a well located wonderful family home, in a lovely setting with established gardens.

      ACCOMMODATION
      From the garden a partially glazed wooden front door opens into the original part of the house. Here there is a hallway of which are bedrooms one and two, together with a shower room with a corner shower cubicle, washbasin and WC. Bedroom two has an original fireplace, as does the sitting room, which is situated on the other side of the hallway. This leads through into the extensions, where there is a back hall which connects to a spacious back porch, with a tiled floor, and to a garden porch, linking to the gardens. Also off the back hall is the kitchen. This has a fireplace with a wood burning stove and mantel, a cupboard housing a Scottish Gas wall mounted boiler, stairs to the first floor and a scullery area which has fitted wooden units with tiled worktops and splashbacks, Zanussi washing machine, Proline four ring gas hob with extractor, Firenzi oven, Aquasave dishwasher, under counter fridge and a sink. Off the kitchen is a lobby with a cupboard and a back porch. Beyond is the dining room, which was formerly a bedroom. A bathroom has a bath, washbasin and WC, while beyond is a sitting room with door to the garden, fitted cupboards and shelves, and a further porch.

      Stairs from the kitchen lead to a first floor landing off which is a WC with washbasin and bidet, a box room and a studio with sink, shelves and a brick fireplace. This leads on to bedroom three, which also has a fireplace.

      Outside is a wooden garage / store with a part concrete floor and a felt roof. The charming front garden is enclosed by trees and hedges. There are paved seating areas and a small pond. There are former borders with box hedges and trees including cherry.

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    This property would be an artists or writers dream for creativity and inspiration. I love the wonderful natural light in many rooms.

    Fiona GormleyProperty agent

    Local information

    • Sunhoney enjoys a pleasant semi rural setting just off Murtle Den Road in Milltimber, and as such is close to the popular residential area of both Milltimber and Peterculter. Milltimber provides good transport links to Aberdeen and includes a primary school, as does Peterculter, while secondary education is catered for at Cults Academy. The most westerly suburb of Aberdeen, Peterculter provides a good range of amenities, including independent shops, small supermarkets and a Marks & Spencer/BP filling station. There is a sports centre with swimming pool, 18 hole golf course and Kippie Lodge Sports & Country Club, while Royal Deeside and its myriad of leisure pursuits are easily accessible. The property is conveniently situated for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, which has greatly improved travel both north and south of the city, with easier access to the airport and industrial hubs at Dyce and Westhill.
    • Aberdeen lies approximately 6.5 miles away. The international airport offers regular flights to London and other UK and European cities. There are regular train services from Aberdeen, including a sleeper to King's Cross, London. Aberdeen provides all the services of a major city, including business, leisure and health facilities, theatres and cinemas, restaurants and a wide range of shopping. There is private schooling including Robert Gordon's School, St Margaret's, and Albyn School as well as the International School at Pitfodels. There are two universities and two colleges of further education.

    Additional information

    • Aberdeenshire Council tax band G.
    • Directions: From Aberdeen take the A93, Great Western Road, through Cults and+ on to Milltimber. In Milltimber take the very first turning on the right in to Murtle Den Road. Proceed for 0.3 miles and the turning into Sunhoney is on the left. Sunhoney is the second house with its entrance through the hedge.
    • EPC Rating = F
    • Tenure = Freehold