£60,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 January 2013||£35,000||N/A|
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ABOUT THE PROPERTY
COME & VIEW THIS IMMACULATELY presented bright spacious two bedroom ground floor flat in a quiet, yet central location of Brechin. It benefits from fresh decor, gas central heating, double glazing and will include all floor coverings, window blinds, and light fittings. This is a great âBuy to Let' and already has all the regulations in place such as EICR certification, EPC, the gas heating has been regularly serviced etc. Currently achieving a reduced rent of £400 but could achieve higher. This would also make a great starter home for first-time buyers or it may suit elderly wanting ground floor accommodation. â
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**£20,000 BELOW Home Report Valuation of £80,000** Note: Minor works highlighted in the Home Report have been done.
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Enter the UPVC front door into the hallway, there is an electrics cupboard and tiled flooring. Each room leads from the hallway and to the right is the generous-sized lounge with two front facing windows making this room light and bright. A storage cupboard below one window sill houses the gas meter. Included in the sale is an electric feature fire set on a tiled hearth. There is ample space here for a dining table if required.
At the rear is a bright and modern fitted kitchen with ample units and drawers and coordinated work surfaces including a breakfast bar. There is a recessed area for a fridge freezer, plumbed space for an automatic washing machine and these appliances can be included in the sale if required. Included is the integrated ceramic hob, electric fan oven and extractor hood and tiled flooring.
The front facing master bedroom has two sets of double wardrobes, each with fitted shelves and hanging space and there is a shelved recess display area. The rear-facing second bedroom has two windows and a fitted wardrobe with shelves and hanging space.
The modern spacious shower room with rear window has a two-piece white suite with the wash hand basin set in a vanity unit with storage below. The shower cubicle has a power shower and lined with an attractive wet wall, heated towel rail, and tiled flooring.
Outside there is a private enclosed garden at the rear and it is accessed through the gate at the right side of the property. The fenced garden area is laid to chip-stones for low maintenance and has a rotary washing whirly for airing laundry. Ideal for those summer BBQ's!
Lounge: 12' 6' x 17' (3.81m x 5.18m)
Kitchen: 11'4' x 6'10' (3.45m x 2.08m)
Bedroom 1: 11'9' x 14'8' (3.58m x 4.47m)
Bedroom 2: 10'11' x 16'2' (3.32m x 4.92m)
Shower room: 10'1' x 5'7' (3.07m x 1.70m)
Easy access to the A90 Aberdeen/Dundee dual carriageway and Brechin is situated half way between Dundee and Aberdeen (approximately 45 minutes car drive each way) this being an ideal place for commuters to locate. Montrose railway station is approximately 15 minutes to drive and there is regular hourly bus links to Montrose.
SCHOOLS & AMENITIES
The City of Brechin is situated on the banks of the River South Esk, a Historic town and former Royal Burgh of Angus. Brechin Town Houses and Museum Houses tell the City's story of the last 2000 years and The Caterthuns where you can see remains of iron-age hill forts
On Sundays during the summer, the Caledonian Railway Steam Train locomotives carry passengers between the Victorian Brechin Station and nearby Bridge of Dun. The Brechin Castle Visitor Centre is situated just off the A90, sits within 70 acres of country parkland and here you can enjoy some retail therapy plus refreshments in the coffee shop.
Brechin has an excellent sports and leisure centre. With pool, climbing wall, gymnasium, and various fitness classes, suitable for all ages. Creche available.
Brechin has two Primary Schools, each with pre-school, and one secondary school. All very central and within walking distance of Market Street.
Angus Council Tax Band: A
EPC Band: D
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