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Hannah Brown and RE/MAX Premier is delighted to present to the market this very attractive penthouse 16 Castle Gardens. This beautiful home is 3 bedroomed and is decorated and finished to a very high standard and with beautiful views overlooking the town of Thurso this property is very sought after. The property consists of open plan lounge and dining area / study area with a very attractive balcony, kitchen and dining area, WC,family bathroom, utility room and three double bedrooms one which has en suite. The property benefits from mains gas central heating and has under floor heating which makes the property have a natural warmth through out. The property also boasts from having a lift and aswell as stairs and also has a security call entry system. The surrounding grounds of the property have all been landscaped to a high standard and has trees and shrubbery to enhance and compliment the property. Viewing is highly recommended for this lovely home to appreciate it fully. Please contact us direct on 01847 890826 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org - for further details or to arrange a viewing.
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