To the front of the property there is ample on street-parking. Accessing the property is via the main front door, you enter into the welcoming hallway which in turn gives access to the Lounge, Dining Kitchen and Bathroom, it also houses the stairs to the upper level.
The bright lounge sits to the front of the property, and is decorated in neutral tones with laminate flooring.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of light wood wall and base units with contrasting grey, marble effect worktops providing excellent storage and work space. Integrated electric oven and hob with overhead extractor hood. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge freezer *no fridge freezer provided*. Ample space for family dining table and chairs. Tiled flooring, with the walls decorated in neutral tones with tiles around the food prep areas. Door to enclosed rear garden which is extremely low maintenance.
The bathroom houses a three-piece white suite comprising; WC, wash hand basin and bathtub with overhead shower. Laminate flooring.
A carpeted staircase leads to the upper level where the two bedrooms are located. Bedroom one is a large from facing double with ample space for free standing bedroom furniture. Bedroom 2 is a spacious single at the rear of the house overlooking the garden, again with space for furniture. As with the rest of the property, these rooms are decorated in neutral tones.
Balvenie Street is the main street of Dufftown, leading to the historic Clock Tower and surrounding square.Equal distance from both Inverness and Aberdeen the town is surrounded by some of the most beautiful and scenic countryside that the North East has to offer. Dufftown has a variety of interesting local shops, a bank, post office, primary school and doctor’s surgery. Speyside High School in Aberlour (6 miles) is the catchment school for Dufftown. The larger towns of Keith (10 miles) and Huntly (14 miles) offer additional shops and supermakets. Elgin, the administrative capital of Moray is under 20 miles away with excellent shopping and recreational facilities including leisure centre, ice rink and cinema.
There are excellent transport links with the main line railway stations at both Keith and Huntly. Inverness airport offer a good selection of flights to UK destinations whilst Aberdeen airport has an excellent range of national and international flights.
Dufftown is a wonderful location for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits and Moray is renowned for fishing, shooting, golf, hill walking, mountain biking and has some of the most beautiful long sandy beaches. Skiing is available a short distance away at the Lecht and in the Cairngorms National Park.