CCL are delighted to bring to market Connagedale House, a desirable Edwardian detached 3 bedroom house, and The Barnyard Studios, a secure and serviced commercial property located on the outskirts of Garmouth. Included is a separate area of amenity space extending to approx 1 acre, located within the village of Garmouth.
Connagedale House has been tastefully decorated to create a delightful family home and benefits from oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout. The property is in excellent condition having been knowledgeably maintained by its architect owner for the past forty years.
The Barnyard Studios is approximately 230m2 and has council permissions for use as offices or studio workshops with ancillary retail and cafe activities.
The amenity ground extends to approx. one acre and is set in an idyllic location with fantastic views that would be suitable for a variety of uses.
Garmouth, is a picturesque conservation village in Moray, north east Scotland, situated close to the mouth of the River Spey and the coast of the Moray Firth at nearby Kingston. The historic village provides a golf course, Spey Viaduct walk to Spey Bay and fishing on the River Spey. Other amenities include the Garmouth Hotel with accommodation, bar, restaurant and coffee roasting bistro. Mosstodloch Primary School is only 2.5 miles to the south with the school bus stopping at the Studios. Mosstodloch has a general store, fuel station, laundry, salon and takeaway. Fochabers is approximately 4 miles distant and offers a wide variety of further facilities including shops, three visitor centres, Baxters, Christies Garden Centre, Post Office and secondary school.
The Barnyard Studios offers flexible commercial spaces to suit a variety of businesses, consisting of six individually serviced rooms, a central gallery and mezzanine exhibition space. The building itself is of block and steel construction with a profiled sheet roof. The concrete floors and block work walls all have cavity insulation and the insulated ceilings have storage loft space above. The main entrance leads into an open reception exhibition area from which all the accommodation can be accessed. Communal toilets are also accessed from this point. A stairway leads to a mezzanine level which provides additional exhibition space. Two of the offices benefit from French doors providing additional private access points.
Connagedale House has two foot thick, traditional pointed, honey sandstone walls insulated and cavity dry lined internally. It has been constructed to the highest standard providing comfortable accommodation, finished with American mahogany windows and Columbian pitch pine woodwork throughout. All fitted floor coverings, curtains and light fittings are to be included in the sale.
Hallway: The main access to the property is via a sheltered external door on the side elevation which leads into the entrance vestibule. A door to the right leads to the utility room. A glazed internal door from the entrance vestibule provides access to the hallway which in turn gives access to the lounge, kitchen and family bathroom. Staircase leads to upper landing with under stair cupboard for storage. Carpeted and neutral décor.
Lounge [5.67m x 4.20m]: This principle room features double aspect windows to the front of the property and an additional window to the side, allowing natural light to flood the room. Feature fireplace with wooden mantle and surround houses a coal/log fireplace with external ash box. An additional study space to the front of the lounge with shelved library alcove creates a cosy snug area. There is also a built-in wall cupboard with feature glass shelves. Cream carpeted.
Kitchen [4.24m x3.55m]: Fitted kitchen with cream wall and base units. Contrasting dark hardwood worktops incorporates a stainless steel sink and drainer and co-ordinating tile splashback. Space for under counter fridge/freezer. ‘Rayburn’ oil fired range cooker and combined central heating/hot water boiler. Parquet flooring.
Dining Room [4.23m x 3.66m]: Dual access via the kitchen and lounge, this is a comfortable and cosy room with window to the front providing excellent natural light. There is also a built-in wall cupboard with feature glass shelves. Glazed door to the side leads to a conservatory.
Conservatory [4.50m x 2.30m]: Fully glazed bright south facing room which is a lovely addition to the side of the property giving access to the pleasant seating area for the summer months. Ceramic tile flooring.
Bathroom [2.4m x 2.0m]: Family bathroom with fitted three-piece suite, complete with complimenting tiling. Bath with pump boosted overhead shower. Built in vanity sink unit with cupboards below and recessed mirror above.
Utility Room [3.37m x 1.87m]: With storage cupboards, sink, space for washing machine, high level shelving and ample space for hanging coats.
Upper Landing: Carpeted staircase from the lower hallway leads to an open landing with large built in storage cupboard which in turn gives access to all bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 [4.24m x 3.51m]: Spacious double room with coombed ceilings, three fitted wardrobes and two sets of fitted drawers. Ample space for free standing furniture. Fitted cream carpet. Built in vanity sink unit. Door to en-suite.
En-suite: Fitted with pump boosted shower and WC.
Bedroom 2 [4.21m x 3.66m]: A further double room, again with coombed ceiling and ample space for free standing furniture.
Bedroom 3 [4.23m x 3.65m]: Another double room with coombed ceiling and velux window. Ample space for free standing furniture.
The property occupies a central position within a fully enclosed plot. A tarmac driveway to the right provides access and leads to a detached double garage/workshop with further access to the rear of the building. The garden sits to the front and left of the property and is mainly laid to lawn with a flower and shrub border. A wall and metal fence enclose the front garden while wooden gates give access to the driveway. There is a large greenhouse to the side of the property. To the rear is a further enclosed garden which is mostly laid to lawn with a number of mature shrubs, raised herb planter and flower and shrub display plots. Beech and privet hedges frame up the garden.
The recently constructed triple garage has a mezzanine upper storage area, two large auto up and over doors and a third central access door allow caravan height access for maintenance. Insulated metal sheet roof, concrete floor and rough cast blockwork walls.
Included in the sale is an area of tranquil pastureland that extends to approx. 0.4048 hectares (c.1 acre) or thereby. Located within the village settlement boundary along Mill Lane, the plot sits adjacent to the village hall and golf course. This zoned amenity ground is currently set to grass with an area of woodland and a number of trees along sections of the boundary fence which is of post and wire design. A public lane from Spey Street provides access. There is currently no planning in place for development of the said ground, however it would lend itself to numerous uses including pony paddock with gallop strip.