A detached bungalow with extensive garden grounds has been brought to the market.
Presented by Galbraith, Joyphil is an exceptionally large detached bungalow, tucked away in with a private, sheltered location and with grounds extending to around 0.47 acres in total, in Aberdeenshire.
The accommodation extends to over 300sqm offering versatility and a large amount of comfortable family living space. Of particular note is the games / movie room, which is a huge room and ideal for children of all ages.
Superb garden grounds surround the property and the tarred driveway and double integral garage offers excellent parking and workshop space.
Enter through the vestibule into the main hall throughout the home. The sitting room has a bay window overlooking the garden, there is a separate sitting room with patio doors, and a large family kitchen and utility room continues through to a separate dining room.
The games/movie room has an external door, three double bedrooms, all with built in wardrobes, a study and completing the accommodation are the two separate family bathrooms and shower room.
The large grass front lawn has mature trees and well stocked flower beds. A considerable patio lies closest to the house with steps down to the lawn and continues round the side of the house to a greenhouse, shed and outside store.
The rear garden is sheltered by mature trees and provides a further grass lawn area.
The tarred drive way sweep rounds to the property leading to the large driveway for parking.
The double integral garage is of a superb size with electric doors, power and light. Given the size of the garage, it can comfortable accommodate two cars and provide storage or workshop space.
Solar panels are installed and provide electricity to the property and back to the grid creating an annual income.
Joyphil is located around three miles from the town of Alford and is located in the quaint hamlet of Whitehouse.
A short drive takes you to Alford, with a wealth of amenities including a health centre, shops, bank, post office, filling station, hotels along with a dry ski slope and transport museum.
On the edge of Alford is Haughton Country Park, a park with an array of activities available including, children’s play area, walks and trails along with a putting green and camp site.
Regular bus services are available from Alford with links to Aberdeen, Westhill, Kintore and Kemnay.
Schooling is provided at Tough Primary School which is less than a mile from Whitehouse and Alford Academy, a new community which houses the new primary and secondary schools, a swimming pool, theatre, library and community café.
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The agents will consider offers over £335,000.