£109,500 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 July 2004||£45,350||N/A|
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***STAR BUY*** Stunning countryside views. Extra length garage. Lockup Shed. Immaculately maintained. Modern. No money to be spent! CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO.Situated in a quiet residential street in the picturesque town of Brechin, and centrally located midway between Dundee, Forfar and Arbroath, thereby enjoying easy access to all three locations. This charming market town is steeped in history, and boasts various local attractions including the Caledonian Railway and Brechin Castle to name but a few.
Not a penny needing spent in this large 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, split level flat. Beautifully redecorated and restored, yet retaining many original period features, this immaculately maintained property enjoys spectacular 180° views over the surrounding countryside. Downstairs accommodation comprises of a large double bedroom with wooden flooring, built in display shelving and cupboards, as well as original wooden window shutters which further adds to the charm and character of this delightful home.
Located off the central hallway is a spacious, light and bright dining kitchen fitted with gas hob, electric fan assisted oven, extractor hood and space for one under counter kitchen appliance complete with plumbing. Great storage by way of numerous modern wall and base units and generous work surface areas. Further accommodation consists of a character filled, family bathroom with three-piece matching bathroom suite comprising of bath, toilet and wash basin, as well as a cosy dining room with laminate wood flooring and boasting the same spectacular countryside views.
Upstairs accommodation consists of a fully tiled shower room with double sized shower and heated towel rail, a spacious living room with a charming window seating area offering views of the front garden area and further afield, elevated ceilings, and a feature gas fireplace and a single bedroom with wall to wall fitted carpeting and Velux window.
This property further benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, a single extra length garage, large lockup storage shed, as well as a fully enclosed, graveled front garden area and communal garden space.
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