£110,000 Offers over
Set within a beautiful location this traditional mill property of a SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT which is highly desirable and rare to come to the market. This property provides spacious accommodation of large L shaped hall, lounge, dining area, kitchen, two double bedrooms, a study/playroom and a family bathroom, it has electric central heating and has secondary glazing. This property is situated on the Firth of Tay and within the hamlet of Den of Lindores which is close to Newburgh in Fife where there is numerous local amenities which include schools, garage, shops and a hotel. Perth provides all High street shopping and entertainment and is only 12 miles away and St Andrews is only 18 miles away for days out at the seaside. To fully appreciate this unique apartment viewing is highly recommended. EPC Rating D.
Entrance Hall - 3.33m x 0.99m &9.65m x 0.99m (10'11 x 3'3 &31'
Kitchen - 3.00m x 2.41m (9'10 x 7'11 )
Lounge - 5.66m x 4.27m (18'7 x 14')
Dining Area - 3.20m x 2.11m (10'6 x 6'11 )
Master Bedroom - 3.56m x 3.02m (11'8 x 9'11 )
Bedroom 2 - 3.51m x 2.79m (11'6 x 9'2 )
Box Room/Study - 2.06m x 2.01m (6'9 x 6'7 )
Bathroom - 3.10m x 2.03m (10'2 x 6'8 )
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