Little Haven is a charming one-bedroom granite Victorian mid-terraced house with slate roof.
The property has been renovated to a high standard with good quality fixtures and fittings throughout and the electric consumer unit has been fully upgraded along with a partial rewire of the property. The property also benefits from an energy efficient electric radiator system by 'Electrorad' with touch screen tablet for central control and the ability to connect to a mobile app for remote control.
The cottage maintains much charm and character and has many lovely touches like the hand-crafted 'Wych-Elm' windowsills, a stripped 'Satin-Wood' banister and original pine internal doors.
It has been tastefully decorated, has wooden floorboards to the ground floor and is in walk in condition.
Little Haven is accessed via a double glazed UPVC door to the hallway which has doors to the living room and kitchen. A staircase rises to the upper floor.
The living room is a good-sized room with a window to the front. It has a central feature of a stone fireplace with a hand crafted wooden mantle housing a multifuel stove which adds to the cosy feel of this room.
The kitchen has a good range of painted wooden units with a granite worksurface. There is a Belfast sink, electric range cooker with ceramic hob and a fridge freezer housed in a recess and under stairs storage. A window overlooks the rear the original Victorian back garden and a door leads to the utility room.
The utility room has a marble work surface and houses a dishwasher and washing machine. A door leads to the rear garden.
Returning to the hall and the carpeted staircase leads to the upper floor and bedroom and bathroom.
The bedroom is a double room with slightly coombed ceiling. It has a window to the front.
Completing the internal accommodation is the luxury shower room which has a modern two-piece suite in white and large walk in shower tray with electric shower.
The cottage has a pretty south facing garden which is fully enclosed with fencing and stone wall. There is an area of, lawn, a patio area and raised planting beds. A gate leads to further garden ground which would be ideal for vegetables and fruit trees. This large area also has the potential for a garden studio or workshop, (subject to the relevant consents).
Aberchirder, known locally as Foggieloan or Foggie, is a village in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, situated on the A97 road approximately half way between the town of Huntly, (home of Huntly Castle/Deans Shortbread) and the coastal town of Banff. There is a Primary School, Medical Practice, Post Office, Pharmacy, two pubs including one approved by CAMRA, a café, Co-op and Bowling Club. There is also the highly regarded Men's Shed which is an excellent community asset, as well as a village gymnasium and easy access to several beautiful walks including the Cleanhill Wood.
The village is set within stunning countryside, close to the River Deveron and a short drive from the superb Glendronach Distillery, the Castle Trail, and stunning coastlines.
Little Haven in centrally located within the village and is in the ideal spot for accessing all local amenities. Perfectly located the middle of the Whisky trail the property is in the ideal holiday home or let and also a perfect first-time home.