£95,000 Offers over
27 Banchory place is a delightful end terrace villa in exceptional condition. The property has been upgraded by the present owners and is in excellent order throughout. There is a welcoming reception hall with stairs leading to the upper level. The lounge is a good size and has a front facing window. The fully fitted kitchen/dining is located to the rear with a full range of floor and wall mounted units and door leading out to the landscaped rear gardens. There are three double bedrooms on the upper level, all of which are a good size, with the master benefitting from built-in mirrored wardrobes. The three-piece family bathroom is also located on the upper level. The property features double glazing and gas central heating. The gardens to the rear have been landscaped to incorporate low maintenance with a central pathway and a paved section to the rear, all of which are fully enclosed by a wooden slatted fence.
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