3 bedroom terraced house
Land Street, Rothes AB38
- Three Bedrooms
- Double Glazed
- Central Heating
- Enclosed Rear Garden
- Investment Opportunity
- Good Location
Good opportunity to purchase this mid terrace three bedroom house located in a well known village of Rothes situated in a quiet area with easy access to the main road to Perth and Elgin and easy access to the local shops and amenities. Rothes is located on the banks of the River Spey and main attraction is Glen Grant Whisky Distillery and Garden but also the beautiful country side which also accommodates a golf course.
The property comprises of a spacious entrance hallway, good sized living/ dining room with a gas wall mounted fire place and dual aspect windows providing plenty of natural light; the kitchen offers plenty of wall mounted and base storage cupboards and back door access to the fully enclosed garden. On the upper floor there are three good sized bedrooms with neutral décor and a modern family bathroom. All three bedrooms benefit of built in wardrobes and the bathroom has separate bath and shower
Rothes has some of the most stunning scenery in the Highlands of Scotland with easy access to the Cairngorm National Park and the mountains on the West of Scotland, closer to home there are numerous low level walks such as the Speyside way which runs from Aviemore to Buckie on the coast.
For those of you who would like to relax there are multiple golf courses within easy travelling distance, also some of the best salmon and sea trout fishing in the world are at your fingertips. For the nature lovers amongst you there is the distinct possibility to see Red Kites, Red Deer, Buzzards, Red Squirrels and if you are really lucky there is also a small population of otters in some of the local rivers.Rothes has all modern amenities and hosts a primary school and medical centre. Secondary school and Dentist are close by in the neighbouring town of Aberlour. For a more expansive selection of shops and services the City of Elgin is only 15 miles away.
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