£189,000 Offers Over
Lilac Cottage is a traditional stone built detached cottage within the small rural village of Kirkinch.
Viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the location and the many charming features throughout this property. The cottage benefits from electric heating, double glazing, hard wood doors, plenty of storage, fitted carpets and the curtains and blinds are included in the sale price.
Externally, to the front of the property, there is an extensive well-tended garden area mainly laid out in lawn with shrub borders. There is off road parking.
Kirkinch is an ideal commuting location for Dundee, Perth, Blairgowrie, Coupar Angus and Forfar. The picturesque and historical town of Meigle is approximately a 10 minute drive and includes coffee and gift shops and a small supermarket. Blairgowrie with its larger supermarkets, senior school, recreation centre with swimming pool and cottage hospital is approximately 20 minutes by car.
The village is surrounded by beautiful Angus countryside with easy access to walking in Glenisla and skiing in Glenshee. There are several highly rated golf courses within a short drive of the property.
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