CCL are delighted to offer for sale this modern four bedroom detached family home in the popular area of New Elgin. The property completed to a high standard is the ‘Hawick’ built by Barratt and offers spacious family accommodation on two floors, with a tarred drive way providing off street parking to the front and an enclosed, rear garden laid to lawn. Previous planning permission was granted to convert the garage into a family room. Plans for this are available if required.
Ideal purchase for a growing family or as a buy to let opportunity. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the versatile accommodation.
4 Bedroom Detached Family Home
Modern Kitchen/Dining Room
W.C. with Utility Area
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Two further Double Bedrooms
Driveway for private parking
Enclosed rear Garden
Gas Central Heating
Offers Over £200,000
The property is located in a quiet and very popular residential suburb of New Elgin, just a few minutes’ drive from the main city centre of Elgin. Within a few minutes walk from the property there is a GP surgery, dental surgery, a nursery/childcare facility, groceries store and other retail units.
Elgin is a lively and charming market town and is the administrative and commercial capital of Moray with a population of around 21,000. The town offers a vast array of amenities and facilities including a number of primary schools, two secondary schools, hospital, health and social services. A range of high street shops, small retailers, sport and leisure facilities are on offer in the vicinity. Elgin is also home to Moray College UHI which provides a range of courses for around 10,000 students. The town is extremely well serviced and is situated approx. 36miles east of Inverness and 64miles west of Aberdeen with good transport links via the A96 trunk route and rail links to Inverness and Aberdeen and their respective airports.
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