£171,000 Offers over
With many original features, this traditional stone built semi-detached property offers most spacious accommodation, and is located close to transport links and within walking distance or a short drive of Blairgowrie town centre amenities.
A half glazed door with an attractive original stained glass panel enters in to the hallway with understair storage cupboard. A further glass door to the rear, leads in to the large cloakroom with a rear facing opaque window. The spacious front facing lounge has a gas fire set within a wood mantel with tiled insert and hearth, a full height storage cupboard and an alcove cupboard with display shelving above, and a door into the dining kitchen. Fitted with a good selection of solid wood base and wall units, the bright dining kitchen has a built-in double oven, a gas hob with an extractor above, an integrated washing machine, and a rear facing window with a window seat and storage below. A door leads through to the rear lobby and sun room which has an access door to the rear and lovely garden views.
The sitting room, which could easily be utilised as a dining room, offers views to the front and has an original ceiling rose, cornicing and a tiled fireplace with electric fire. The ground floor bedroom overlooks the rear garden and has a storage cupboard and a wood fireplace with tiled insert and hearth. A staircase with skylight leads to the upper accommodation.
The sizeable master bedroom has a front facing dormer window and a tiled fireplace. Bedroom two is also well proportioned and offers views to the front. The study which would be ideal for hobbies or crafts, has a front facing skylight window. The bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite with an electric shower over the bath, and has a rear facing opaque window. The property has partial electric central heating, UPVC double glazing and a large full height cellar, ideal for storage.
The front garden area is laid to lawn with a gravelled pathway to the front door and a driveway leading to the brick built single garage which has electric light and cold water service. The large and attractive rear garden is planted with a selection of mature shrubs, ornamental trees, and fruit trees. Areas with gravel and shrubs allow for ease of maintenance and four small raised beds could provide home-grown produce. There is a greenhouse, patio, and a drying area which is laid to lawn.
Some internal modernisation is required, but the property has been well maintained and once updated, an ideal family home.
Lounge 13'7 x 13'6 ft (4.14m x 4.11m m)
Dining Kitchen 13'7 x 11'11 ft (4.14m x 3.63m m)
Dining Room 13'9 x 12'0 ft (4.19m x 3.66m m)
Sun Room 9'1 x 5'7 ft (2.77m x 1.7m m)
Master Bedroom 18'9 x 13'9 ft (5.72m x 4.19m m)
Bedroom Two 15'0 x 10'4 ft (4.57m x 3.15m m)
Bedroom Three 13'8 x 13'4 ft (4.17m x 4.06m m)
Study 8'8 x 6'4 ft (2.64m x 1.93m m)
Bathroom 8'2 x 6'5 ft (2.49m x 1.96m m)
Cloak Room 8'4 x 6'5 ft (2.54m x 1.96m m)
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