£83,000 Guide Price
Auction 14th September 2016
LOCATION: The property is located in the sought after market town of Crieff (Population 7,300) in Perthshire which lies fifteen miles west of Perth. Crieff is a particularly attractive town long known as a country retreat centred on Crieff Hydro. The range of facilities for this size of town is excellent and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. The house is very well located being just 200 metres from the facilities of the centre of the town though it still has the advantage of being a relatively pleasant quiet street. The cottage is at the corner of Gavelmore Street and Commissioner Street.
DESCRIPTION: The property is a two storey terraced house. It is stone built with a slate covered roof. The property is essentially ready to move into with some parts having recently been comprehensively refurbished, in particular the shower room and living room. The ground floor contains a good sized living room, a kitchen/diner with plenty of kitchen storage cupboards, an electric cooker and hob, stainless steel sink and space for white goods. The shower room has been renewed and has a walk in shower cubicle WC and WHB. The upper floor contains two bedrooms, one of which has a good sized walk in cupboard. Some of the walls have combed ceilings. The windows are modern UPVC double glazed and heating is by wall mounted Dimplex storage heaters, the vast majority of which are new. Floor covers are a mixture of carpets in the bedrooms, timber style laminate in the lounge and vinyl in the kitchen. This property should make an excellent rental investment or alternatively a good starter home.
ACCOMMODATION: LIVING ROOM 6.75m x 3.54m, DINING KITCHEN 5.12m x 2.36m, BEDROOM 1 3.77m x 3.60m, BEDROOM 2 3.80m x 3.80m, SHOWER ROOM 2.36m X 1.69m.
COUNCIL TAX: Band C. EPC: Band D.
TENURE: Owner vacant possession
VIEWING: Strictly by appointment with the Auctioneers, SVA Property Auctions Ltd Tel 0131 624 6640
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