You Won’t Hear Any Passing Trains Though!
This property in Cairngorms National Park in Scotland is truly one of a kind. Not only is it a beautiful cottage, it was also previously a railway station. This stop in the Speyside Way route was in operation from 1863 to 1965 and has serviced many individuals to the Highlands’s many whiskey distilleries.
The station has been renovated to become a family home with three bedrooms. It also has other amenities such as a reception room, utility room, and a study area on top of the usual living room, dining, and kitchen. The cottage was also able to preserve some of the original structures of the station such as its timber panelled walls, boot room, and fireplace. This home may seem small but it exudes a cozy and warm atmosphere.
The property is for sale with offers of over £255K ($317K US).
Jemima Walker, who is handling the sale at Galbraith, said: ‘Cromdale Station has been in the same hands for 25 years and it now presents a rare opportunity for new owners to enjoy its quirky offering in a truly beautiful part of Highland Scotland.’
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