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Fairfield Way, Elgin
£250,000 Offers Over
- Detached Property
- Four bedrooms
- En Suite Bathrooms
- Front And Rear Gardens
- Off Road Parking
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Sat Nav To IV30 6DL
Property SummaryA roomy family home with gardens including a timber summer house, a delightful open-plan kitchen diner with its own additional snug, an integral garage, off-road parking and three bedrooms with access to en suite facilities.
Just a few miles from the Moray coast, the property is also within easy reach of local amenities, including a retail park, schools and the railway station offering regular services to Inverness.
On a relatively new development surrounded by open fields and to the west of the centre of the royal burgh and former cathedral city of Elgin, this smart, white-painted property is on a cul-de-sac off Wards Road.
The railway station is under a mile away - offering ScotRail services to Inverness and Dyce while other amenities within easy reach include the towns Asda superstore and filling station, the modern retail park - including the Springfield Shopping Centre - and both Elgin High School and Greenwards Primary School.
However, Elgin boasts an attractive and historic centre, which is also home to a good selection of shops, bars, banks, pubs and restaurants, the Moray Playhouse, a leisure centre, as well as the cathedral and landmarks like Lady Hill, Cooper Park and the River Lossie. The beaches of the Moray coast are also no more than six miles away as the crow flies.
The property is set back from the road and fronted by a lawn bordered by a picket fence to one side with a block-paved drive, offering off-road parking for two vehicles leading to an integral garage and the covered front door. A separate flagstone path, bordered by a close-set post-and-rail fence, with an astro-turfed rear garden, leads to a head-high timber gate which opens onto a passageway to the rear of the house.
Here, a lawn - surrounded by brick edging and neat gravel beds - is enclosed by head-high timber fencing providing privacy from neighbouring properties. A flagstone path leads from the patio area outside the kitchen/diner to a timber summer house, large enough to be used for both storage and as a hobby room and adjoined by another paved area ideal for al fresco dining in the warmer months. Established shrubs and trees add a splash of colour while an outside tap and some exterior lighting have already been installed.
The front door opens onto a porch with a door to the right leading into the integral garage large enough for bikes or motorcycles. Another ahead opens onto an L-shaped reception hall fitted with a hard-wood floor and wall-mounted radiator. Glass-panelled wooden doors lead on to the lounge and into the kitchen/diner with stairs rising the first floor and separate solid wood doors leading to the utility room and downstairs loo - the latter including a dual-flush WC and hand basin with storage beneath.
A bay window overlooking the front garden allows plenty of light to flood the living room, which is fitted with a matching hard-wood floor, a wall-mounted radiator, fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV and some integral shelving. Understated, patterned wallpaper adds a gentle floral theme.
The soft décor is repeated in the large kitchen/diner, which is carpeted on one side and includes a second reception area with fixtures and fittings for another flat-screen TV on a feature wall decorated with Greek-style patterns. The remainder of the floor space is tiled and large enough for a dining table and chairs separate from the U-shaped cooking and preparation area. Features include an Aga-style range set below an illuminated extractor, solid-wood worktops, splash-back tiling, soft-closing cupboard and drawer units, and a large ceramic Belfast-style sink with chrome mixer tap beneath a window overlooking the rear garden.
The stairs to the first floor lead to a landing with wooden floors complemented by open spindles and bannisters. Internal doors lead to the master bedroom with its own en suite, twin bedrooms with access to a Jack & Jill en suite bathroom, a single bedroom currently used as a study by the vendors - and the smart house bathroom.
All four bedrooms are fitted with solid wood floors and wall-mounted radiators while the two twin rooms and the master bedroom also include integral wardrobes and storage.
The modern house bathroom has slate-effect tiled floors; stone-effect ceramic tiles around the bath and shower; a low-level WC with dual flush and a concealed cistern; a large wall-mounted ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap set within a storage unit; and a wall-mounted, ladder-style, heated towel rail.
Living room: 15 1 (4.60m) x 14 8 (4.46m)
Kitchen Diner: 27 5 (8.36m) x 14 5 (4.39m)
WC: 5 1 (1.54m) x 3 7 (1.10m)
Utility Room: 10 6 (3.21m) x 8 5 (2.57m)
Garage: 8 5 (2.57m) x 8 4 (2.54m)
Master bedroom: 13 4 (4.07m) x 13 0 (3.97m)
En suite: 6 6 (1.99m) x 5 3 (1.60m)
Bedroom 2: 14 1 (4.29m) x 12 6 (3.80m)
Bedroom 3: 12 8 (3.85m) x 11 10 (3.61m)
Jack & Jill en suite: 7 1 (2.17m) x 4 4 (1.33m)
Bedroom 4: 9 10 (3.00m) x 8 8 (2.63m)
Bathroom: 9 10 (3.00m) x 7 10 (2.40m)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.