Offers Over £125,000
Rothes, Aberlour, AB38 7AY
Three bed semi-detached house available in Rothes. Home report available on request.
The property is situated on the High Street of Rothes, 11 miles south of Elgin and 4 miles north of Aberlour. The property benefits from being walking distance to local services and walks along the River Spey.
85 High Street is located in the historic village of Rothes. The area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts with the River Spey just a few minutes’ walk away and is in easy reach of the Cairngorm National Park. Speyside is the home of over 40 whiskey distilleries including the world renowned
Local historic towns Elgin and Rothes, both provide a mixture of independent and national retailers, supermarkets, banks, pharmacies and local services. Inverness (48 miles) and Aberdeen (60 miles) offers a broader selection of services and amenities.
Elgin railway station is located 11 miles away with direct routes to Inverness (50 minutes) and Aberdeen (90 minutes). Both Inverness and Aberdeen have international airports.
The property is located on Rothes High Street (A941). From Elgin drive south down the A941, continue through Rothes town centre and the property is on the right-hand side of the road. From Aberlour drive north up the A941, the property is located on the left-hand side of the road.
The entrance opens into the entrance hallway, to the left is the stairs to the first floor. Directly in front of the front door is the first double bedroom. To the right of the entrance is the lounge which leads to a rear corridor, kitchen, bathroom and back door. Up the stairs is a landing, a second double bedroom and a single bedroom.
The back door opens into a good-sized back garden including a lawn, parking spaces for two vehicles, two timber sheds and a green house.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
All light fittings, fitter carpets and garden statuary are included.
Electric storage heaters, electric panel heaters. Mains water supply and drainage. Mains Electricity.
EPC ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING
Moray Council tax band A.
WAYLEAVES & THIRD PARTY RIGHTS
The property will be sold with the benefit of, or subject to, all existing rights and burdens with the titles.
Moray Council, High Street, Elgin, IV30 1BX
Viewing by appointment through Peter Graham & Associates LLP.
A closing date may be fixed and prospective Purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents. Prospective Purchasers should not that unless their interest in the property is registered, no guarantee can be given that notice of a closing date will be advised and consequently the property may be sold without notice.
Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to Peter Graham & Associates LLP.
ENTRY AND POSSESSION
Peter Graham & Associates LLP (the selling agents), their members, employees and clients give notice that: 1. These particulars and all statements, areas, measurements, plans, maps, aspects, distances and references to condition form no part of any offer or contract and are only intended to give a fair overall description of the property for guidance. The selling agents will not be responsible to purchasers, who should rely on their own enquiries into all such matters and seek professional advice prior to purchase. 2. Neither these particulars nor any subsequent communication by the selling agents will be binding on their clients, whether acted upon or not, unless incorporated within a written document signed by the sellers or on their behalf satisfying the requirements of section 3 of the Requirements of Writing (Scotland) Act 1995. 3. The sellers do not make or give, and neither the selling agents not their members or employees nor any joint agent have any authority to make or give, any representation or warranty in relation to the property. 4. Photographs may depict only parts of the property, which may not have remained the same as when photographed. 5. Where reference is made to grant schemes, planning permissions or potential uses, such information is given by the selling agents in good faith, but purchases should rely on their own enquiries into those matters. 6. Prospective purchasers should be aware of the influence and effect the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981, Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 and the Wildlife and Natural Environmental (Scotland) Act 2011 along with any statutory deisgnations, may have on the property, including rights of public access under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. 7. The sellers will not be obliged to accept the highest, or indeed any, offer and may at any time accept an offer or withdraw the property from the market. Neither the sellers nor the selling agents will be responsible for any costs incurred by the interested parties.