£280,000 Fixed price
The Crookston, originally £298,500 is now only £280,000 including floor coverings and landscaped garden.
This villa is a deceptively spacious family house. The substantial ground floor accommodation consists of a lounge with feature bay window, a luxury fitted kitchen, family living room with patio doors, dining room, cloakroom and utility room with direct access to the rear. On the upper floor there are four bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts it's own en-suite shower room. All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom completes this, very modern delightful family home.
The red stone Towns of Blairgowrie and its sister Rattray lie on either side of the River Ericht where it emerges from spectacular gorges in Strathmore. The River Ericht has its sources in two of the loveliest glens in Scotland, both being natural passes to the North from Strathmore - Strathardle and Glenshee (the glen of fairies).
The origin of the name Blairgowrie is uncertain - it may mean Plain of the Goats or The Battlefield but other origins have been suggested. Blairgowrie and Rattray form the second largest Town in Perthshire with a population of around 8,000. In the early 1700s Blairgowrie became the starting point for the military road North to Braemar which was finished in 1725. This took a route up the west side of the River Ericht. At the same time Blairgowrie was connected to Rattray by a bridge. The original bridge was washed away in the 1840s but was quickly replaced by another. The bridge linking the two parts of the community today has been considerably expanded to cope with the traffic now making use of it.
The settlements growth owed a great deal to the strength of the waters of the River Ericht as it flowed south from the Cairngorms. Water powered linen mills were starting to make advantage of the location by 1790 when 100 weavers were employed. By 1860 there were 11 water powered mills on this stretch of River employing 1600 people. 8 of these mills were tur
Lounge - 4.95m x 3.86m (16'3 x 12'8 )
Family Room - 3.66m x 3.48m (12'0 x 11'5 )
Kitchen - 4.19m x 3.33m (13'9 x 10'11 )
Dining Room - 3.76m x 2.95m (12'4 x 9'8 )
Utility Room - 2.11m x 2.59m (6'11 x 8'6 )
Master Bedroom - 3.89m x 3.23m (12'9 x 10'7 )
Bedroom 2 - 3.53m x 3.00m x (11'7 x 9'10 )
Bedroom 3 - 2.82m x 3.30m (9'3 x 10'10 )
Bedroom 4 - 2.95m x 2.97m (9'8 x 9'9 )
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