£50,000 Offers over
We are pleased to bring to the market this well-proportioned TWO BEDROOM SECOND FLOOR FLAT situated within the town of Crieff. Crieff is a market town located within the Strathearn valley and is a hub for tourism with a visitor centre and a variety of outdoor pursuits within close proximity. The town is located approximately 17 miles east of Perth city centre and 22 miles from Stirling, therefore is ideally placed for the commuter. Within the town there is a good variety of shops, eateries and local amenities. Public transport is regular and close to hand.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms. There is gas central heating and partial double glazing throughout.
Early viewing is highly recommended as the property is realistically priced and would suit a variety of purchasers from first-time buyers to investors alike. EPC rating D.
Entrance Hall - 3.30m x 2.51m (10'10 x 8'3 )
Lounge - 5.38m x 3.51m (17'8 x 11'6 )
Kitchen - 4.19m x 2.06m (13'9 x 6'9 )
Bedroom 1 - 4.22m x 3.07m (13'10 x 10'1 )
Bedroom 2 - 3.53m x 3.45m (11'7 x 11'4 )
Bathroom - 2.21m x 1.50m (7'3 x 4'11 )
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