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This semi-detached home is situated in the coastal village of Gardenstown. The property is offered as part-furnished with white goods. The property boasts a fitted kitchen, lounge, 3 bedrooms, dressing-room, shower-room, attic storage room and benefits from double glazing and oil central heating. An added bonus is the front and rear gardens, single garage, private driveway and the sea views that can be appreciated from the rear of the property.

This semi-detached home is situated in the coastal village of Gardenstown. The property is offered as part-furnished with white goods. The property boasts a fitted kitchen, lounge, 3 bedrooms, dressing-room, shower-room, attic storage room and benefits from double glazing and oil central heating. An added bonus is the front and rear gardens, single garage, private driveway and the sea views that can be appreciated from the rear of the property.

Gardenstown is an attractive Banffshire village set among dramatic cliffs along the north facing Moray Firth coastline. Situated in Gamrie Bay, 10 miles east of Banff and 25 miles west of Fraserburgh, the village offers residents and visitors alike spectacular sea views. Visitors might even have the chance to spot Moray Firth dolphins which are often seen in the bay.

While the settlement was originally known as Gamrie, Gardenstown was founded in 1720 as a fishing village. Today it’s still possible to get a flavour of Gardenstown’s fishing heritage by exploring the older part of the village down by the sea, where working fishing boats still often use the harbour.

Nowadays, Gardenstown’s population numbers just over 700, and the village is known for having developed vertically rather than horizontally – while the original houses were built by the sea, later buildings tended to be built higher up in the cliffs, offering spectacular views of the bay.

The area boasts a range of great local walks covering the varied terrain around Gardenstown and nearby Crovie, taking in some historical landmarks such as Fort Fiddes, which dates back to the Bronze Age and is believed to have been one of Europe’s earliest industrial sites.

DIRECTIONS: Situated in Gamrie Bay, 10 miles east of Banff and 25 miles west of Fraserburgh, the village offers residents and visitors alike spectacular sea views. Visitors might even have the chance to spot Moray Firth dolphins which are often seen in the bay.

Council Tax: Band A
EPC: Band D

Landlord Reg No. 93138 100 07210

Landlord Accreditation Scotland Number 201273512

Outdoors Private locked garage
Parking Permit street parking
Services Private check-in, check-out, laundry facilities, ironing facilities, microwave, oven, fridge, freezer
General Non-smoking throughout
Language spoken English

Location