£24,995 Offers over
* HOME REPORT £40,000 * 1 BEDROOM TOP FLOOR FLAT * RECEPTION HALL * LARGE STORE/BOXROOM * OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHENETTE * DOUBLE BEDROOM * SHOWER ROOM * UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING * VIEWS OF CATHEDRAL * F - ENERGY RATING
Store/Boxroom - 2.1 x 0.9 (6'11 x 2'11 )
Lounge/Kitchenette - 4.5 x 3.8 (14'9 x 12'6 )
Bedroom - 3.2 x 2.0 (10'6 x 6'7 )
Shower Room - 1.9 x 1.6 (6'3 x 5'3 )
This 1 bedroom top floor flat is set in the heart of Brechin and whilst it may have a High Street address, the property is accessed from the rear and no windows overlook in the High Street itself but gives views over the surrounding area to Brechin Cathedral. This property would provide an ideal first time buyers flat or a rental investment where rents of around £275 per month were being achieved.
Accommodation comprises: Communal entrance; Reception hall; Large store/boxroom with own window; Good sized lounge/kitchenette with the kitchen area coming with cooker, washing machine and fridge/freezer; Double bedroom with double in-built wardrobe and further single storage cupboard; Three piece shower room with electric shower.
The subjects are enhanced by UPVC double glazing and electric heating.
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