Moss Croft, Overbrae, Fisherie, Turriff, offers a unique opportunity – this is a quaint rural croft, which is set well off the beaten track, offering a great deal of peace and tranquility.
Moss Croft retains a lot of characterful charm which harks back to times gone by – the croft is accessed up a stone track, with the land to one side as you approach – the track then leads into the yard, where the steading is situated behind the crofthouse.
The Crofthouse enters via a storm porch, with various storage for boots and jackets, this then in turn enters into the dining kitchen. There is a lovely snug living room, with the focal point feature being the exposed stone chimney breast wall that also features the original ingleneuk fireplace, that the current owner uncovered. There is a double bedroom and a smaller single room. The bathroom is fitted with a traditional 3-piece suite.
There is a log burning stove in the living room and bedroom 1. The crofthouse is double glazed.
Outside there is a very useful steading building, together with smaller sheds. Immediately surrounding the house and buildings are maintained gardens presented in a loose fashion to encourage wildlife and providing forage for poultry. There is an enclosed section with dedicated beds for vegetable growing – the fields are to the front of the croft and are all in full view of the property and within easy reach.