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The Old Stables, South Castle Street, Cullen, AB56


2 beds

Key features

  • Recently upgraded
  • Generous lounge with patios door to the front garden
  • New kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Large main bedroom with wardrobes
  • Modern bathroom with shower
  • Doubles glazed
  • Central heating
  • Excellent storage
  • Private off street parking space
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Full description

Andy Reid is delighted to introduce to the market this charming converted mid-terrace villa nestled in the heart of the sought-after east coast village of Cullen. Perfectly positioned to offer a blend of tranquility and convenience, this property presents an ideal opportunity for first-time buyers, those seeking a holiday retreat, or downsizers looking for a comfortable and stylish home.

Upon entering, you are greeted by an inviting hall, setting the tone for the modern interior design that awaits within. The ground floor combines functionality with style, featuring a convenient WC, a generously proportioned lounge offering ample space for relaxation and entertainment, and a well equipped modern kitchen designed to cater to culinary enthusiasts. The first floor comprises of the landing and two well-appointed double bedrooms, completing the accommodation is a tastefully appointed bathroom. The property benefits from excellent storage on both floors.

Outside, A small private garden provides a secure outdoor area, perfect for enjoying the fresh coastal air.


Cullen, a village and former Royal Burgh, sits about 20 miles east of Elgin on the Moray Firth coast, nestled between Buckie and Portsoy. Its historical significance and picturesque coastal surroundings make it an attractive spot for both permanent residents, numbering around 1,500, and tourists seeking holiday getaways.

An ideal location for many outdoor pursuits including fishing and hill walking, Cullen is home to the highly-regarded Cullen Golf Club, whose challenging short eighteen-hole course begins with the first nine holes located among the cliffs before descending to beach level. The village also offers a good range of local amenities, offering a variety of shops, health services and a post office and public library.

Cullen provides many opportunities to eat out, from Indian cuisine to traditional cosy pub grub and high-end dining experiences. There are also many coffee shops and nearby bars for an evening drink. Cullen also boasts several community clubs and organisations which offer for all age groups, helping newcomers to the area to settle in quickly.

The local schooling options are diverse, with Cullen Primary offering a scenic environment on the outskirts, while nearby Buckie provides Cluny and St. Peters Primaries, just a short drive away. Buckie also houses a commendable secondary school equipped with amenities like a swimming pool and leisure complex. Easy access to the A98 and Buckie's amenities, including a bustling harbour, leisure centre, and golf courses, enhances the area's appeal for families.

With its roots deeply intertwined with fishing, Cullen boasts a historic harbor designed by Thomas Telford in the 19th century. Beyond its maritime heritage, the village is renowned for Cullen Skink, a flavorful haddock soup, celebrated through an annual Cullen Skink World Championships event. Notable landmarks like Cullen Old Kirk, dating partly to the 13th century, and the striking Cullen viaduct, now part of scenic walking routes, add to the village's cultural charm. Additionally, sightings of bottlenose dolphins in the Moray Firth waters are a common delight, occasionally joined by white-sided dolphins and orcas.

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Floor coverings, blinds and kitchen appliances where applicable are included in the sale.

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