£80,000 Offers Over
This attractive first and second floor maisonette with open aspect to the front is situated a few minutes walk from the local bus stop, shop and primary school. The accommodation comprises good sized lounge with patio door to the large verandah/seating area with views of Strathmore and the Sidlaws in the distance. The kitchen has a range of modern floor standing and wall mounted units, stainless steel sink and drainer and is plumbed for a dishwasher and automatic washing machine. There is a deep built-in broom cupboard and an additional deep shelved cupboard, which are both louvre fronted. There are three double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and a shelved linen cupboard which also houses the hot water tank. The generous bathroom is fully tiled and is fitted with a white WC, WHB and large walk in double shower cabinet. Outside the property there is a brick built shed on the ground floor beside the mutual entrance and an additional shed within the row of brick build sheds to the rear. There is a shared drying area in gravel with rotary clothes dryer.
The Home Report refers to evidence of woodworm within the roof void. However, there is a Guarantee for woodworm treatment of the roof void with the titles. The Home Report Surveyor has seen the Guarantee and has confirmed that the concern relating to the Category 2 reference to the matter is covered by the Guarantee.
The country town of Blairgowrie and Rattray (originally separated boroughs but now connected by the bridge over the River Ericht) is conveniently situated within approximately 15 miles (half an hour by car) of both the cities of Perth and Dundee with their onward rail and motorway connections. There are pleasant local walks in Rattray and the surrounding area, and the beautiful Perthshire countryside in Glenshee, Strathardle and Glenisla is within easy reach, again approximately 30 minutes by car. Local amenities in Rattray include a primary school with nursery, a small supermarket, tennis courts and bowling green, while in Blairgowrie there is a wide range of shops, supermarkets, senior and primary schools, recreation centre with swimming pool, cottage hospital, health centres, dental surgery and library. There are thriving sports clubs, cultural organisations and several golf courses locally.
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