£175,000 Offers over
This is a well presented and well proportioned TWO BEDROOM DETACHED BUNGALOW which is situated in the picturesque town of Pitlochry. The property is over one level and comprises of: entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, two double bedroom and a family bathroom. Warmth is by gas central heating generated by a new combi boiler, windows are fully double glazed and externally there are well maintained gardens to the front and rear and a large driveway and detached garage provide excellent off street parking. Pitlochry is a historic town which is said to be the gateway to the highlands. It is a very popular town for tourism with attractions including the Fish Ladder on the River Tummel and the Victorian canopied shops. This area is recognised for its outdoor pursuits and is located on the A9 for easy access to the motorway. A wide range of local amenities are on offer and there is good schooling with both primary and secondary schools on offer. Viewings are a must. EPC Rating D
Entrance Hall - 4.24m x 1.22m (13'11 x 4'0)
Lounge - 4.62m x 4.27m (15'2 x 14'9)
Kitchen - 3.89m 2.90m (12'9 x 9'6)
Master Bedroom - 3.94m x 2.77m (12'11 x 9'10)
Bedroom 2 - 3.00m x 2.74m (9'10 x 9'0)
Bathroom - 2.90m x 1.83m (9'6 x 6'2)
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