£130,000 Offers over
Located at the end of a popular cul-de-sac is this well-presented semi-detached villa. The bright, spacious accommodation is formed over 2 levels and will make an ideal family home. A notable feature is the large enclosed garden with mature trees, shrubs, a patio and shed. The frontage is also mature and well-presented with a driveway for 2 cars.
Bridge of Earn is a small town approximately 4 miles south of Perth with a good range of local shops, primary school, and supermarket. A regular bus service taking around 15 minutes to the city centre. The property is a few hundred yards from motorway access offering direct routes to Dundee, Edinburgh and beyond.
Internally the property is well-proportioned and offers hallway with stairs to the upper floor, lounge with feature fire surround, dining kitchen, utility room and garden access. Upstairs to 3 generous bedrooms and bathroom with shower. Double glazing and electric heating also feature.
Travel directions; Driving through Bridge of Earn on the A912 Main Street from Perth, passing Victory Park taking the 3rd right into Wicks O'Baiglie Road and right into Kintillo Road. Turn right into Kintillo Place and follow it to the left and then right until it ends in a cul-de-sac. Number 25 is on the right at the end of the cul-de-sac.
EPC Rating. "E"
Council Tax Band. "C"
Lounge 5.59 x 3.23 m (18′4″ x 10′7″ ft)
Dining Kitchen 3.71 x 2.97 m (12′2″ x 9′9″ ft)
Utility 2.55 x 1.80 m (8′4″ x 5′11″ ft)
Bedroom 1 4.30 x 3.04 m (14′1″ x 9′12″ ft)
Bedroom 2 4.40 x 2.46 m (14′5″ x 8′1″ ft)
Bedroom 3 3.78 x 2.68 m (12′5″ x 8′10″ ft)
Bathroom 2.68 x 1.73 m (8′10″ x 5′8″ ft)
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