Slains House is a former Manse built around 1876 by renowned architect William Smith. The 2 ½ storey main house features, kitchen/dining room with 4-oven electric Aga, three public rooms, six double bedrooms, three bathrooms and a workshop with attached annexe featuring two bedrooms, sitting room and shower room. Potential for multigenerational living or business. Traditional features throughout the house, including original pine floorboards, deep skirtings, timber shutters etcetera.
Fantastic views over the open countryside and the North Sea.
Approached by a driveway lined with mature hedging, the house is surrounded by a garden of approx. 0.5 acre, mainly laid to grass. A small private path leads from the back of the garden down to the village and sheltered beach. To the rear and side of the house there is ample parking for several cars.
Collieston is a former fishing village nestled between the Forvie Nature Reserve and the coastal cliffs. Collieston is on the North East Coastal Route and within easy commuting distance of Aberdeen.