£55,000 Offers over
We are pleased to bring to the market this FIRST FLOOR ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT situated within the quiet town of Dunning. Dunning is a village renowned for the St Serf's Church in its centre and situated just eight miles south of Perth and just five miles to Auchterarder. Local amenities include a bowling club, golf club, tennis club, doctor's surgery, convenience store and post office, local businesses and a restaurant/pub and hotel. There is a primary school as well as a secondary school in Auchterarder. Located in the Strathearn valley and with easy access to the A9 motorway just two miles away this village offers a tranquil and scenic setting and the availability to travel easily to all major cities within the central belt of Scotland.
The property offers well proportioned accommodation over one floor comprising entrance hall, open plan kitchen/lounge, double bedroom and a bathroom. There is gas central heating and double glazing throughout. Externally there is the benefit of on street parking as well as a shared drying area.
Viewing is highly recommended. EPC rating E.
Entrance Hall - 2.46m x 1.45m (8'1 x 4'9 )
Lounge/Kitchen - 5.79m x 4.24m (19'0 x 13'11 )
Bedroom 1 - 2.79m x 2.44m (9'2 x 8'0 )
Bathroom - 2.49m x 1.65m (8'2 x 5'5 )
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