Located in a small hamlet of farm cottages and newly constructed homes, South Balnoon farmhouse dates from the early 1800s and is a substantial, detached, stone-built farmhouse with a slate roof. The eight acres comprise enclosed garden grounds, three paddocks, stabling for 11 horses, and an equestrian arena.
The main entrance is to the rear of the farmhouse and opens into a large vestibule which has a tiled floor. There are base and wall units and a sink together with space to hang coats. The central heating boiler is also located here. The vestibule continues through to give access to a large utility room to the left. There is ample space for a number of appliances, base storage units, storage shelving and a window.
Off the vestibule to the right is the large dining kitchen. It has a tiled floor and base and wall units in a dove grey colour with contrasting black work surfaces. The appliances include an electric double oven and a hob with an extractor above. There is additional space for free standing appliances. A large window over looks the front garden and a dining table and chairs can be easily accommodated.
From the inner hallway, there are three public rooms. The family room has an open fire on a slate hearth with a wooden surround and tiled inset. There is wooden flooring and windows on two sides.
The main public room is straight ahead and with windows on three sides and an external glazed door, it is flooded with natural light. A wood burning stove is in a timber fireplace with a tiled inset.
The formal dining room has a window overlooking the rear garden and the paddocks beyond. Off the dining room is a further room currently being used as a home office.
Completing the ground floor is a wet room with tiling on the floor and walls, shower, aWC, wash basin and a window.
A turning staircase, with a Velux window above, leads to the four large double bedrooms on the upper floor. There is a family bathroom with partial tiling on the walls, a window, towel radiator, a bath, WC and wash basin.
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Travel north on the B9001, and after passing through the village of Largue, continue for a further 1.8 miles, turning right onto the B9024, signposted to Fortrie and Turriff. After about 600 m turn right and the entrance to the farmhouse is just beyond the first three right hand cottages.