£55,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|30 June 2011||£60,000||£40,500|
|30 July 2008||£19,500||N/A|
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RECENTLY REDECORATED & NEW DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS, this spacious two bedroom upper floor flat which is one of four flats in the block, with its own entry door. An ideal starter home or buy to let, it is situated close to the town centre and local amenities. The flat has two bedrooms and benefits from new double glazing, gas central heating and included in the sale are all floor coverings, curtains and blinds. A mutual path to the left side of the building leads up to the second door where you enter the flat into a carpeted stairwell leading to the inner hallway at first floor level.
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ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Hallway & Stairwell
The entrance stairwell takes you to the inner hallway which has a high-level cupboard housing the electrics, there is a side facing window and hatch access to the partially floored loft space. A sizeable cupboard offers useful storage space and has shelving for linen etc. Doors from here lead to most rooms.
Lounge 14' x 13'10 (4.26m x 4.21m)
This is a good-sized front facing room with a wall mounted electric fire and recessed display shelving to each side of the chimney breast wall. There is a double storage cupboard and a door giving access to the kitchen.
Dining Kitchen 9'8 x 11'3 (2.94m x 3.42m)
The modern fitted kitchen has a range of base and wall units and coordinated work surfaces incorporating a stainless-steel sink and drainer with splash-back tiling. A tall cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler and has ample space for storing household essentials. There is space for a free-standing cooker, plumbed space for an automatic washing machine and under counter space for a fridge and separate freezer. This is a rear facing room with two windows over-looking the rear garden and woodland beyond. The kitchen also has a fitted wooden pulley to the ceiling which will be included in the sale. Ceiling spotlights, vinyl flooring and there is ample space for a dining table.
Bedroom 2 11'4 x 10' (3.45m x 3.04m)
Rear facing spacious double bedroom
Bedroom 1 10'3 x 12'1 (3.12m x 3.68m)
Front facing double bedroom with a built in wardrobe.
Bathroom 7'9 x 5'4 (2.36m x 1.62m)
Three-piece white suite with electric shower over the bath. Tiled to the bath and shower area with splash-back tiling above the wash hand basin. There is deep storage cupboard with shelving and bathroom fitments.
To the left of the front path is a private area of garden ground many laid to lawn and the private rear garden area is beyond with a wooden shed which is included in the sale. The garden is separated by hedging with the neighbouring garden which has a mutual drying green.
Kirriemuir is a small town which sits on the edge of the Angus Glens. Kirriemuir is a town of around 6,000 inhabitants and has a great community and family environment with two highly rated primary schools and one highly rated secondary school. Primary and Secondary Schools are both within walking distance of the property. The town benefits from local amenities such as sports centre and library as well as tourist attractions such as the birthplace of J M Barrie, author of Peter Pan and also the Tayside Police Museum.
Kirriemuir is popular for those commuting to the nearby cities for work. The town is close to the A90 dual carriageway between Dundee and Aberdeen. There are good regular bus links to Forfar and Dundee. The nearest train station is Dundee, a 30-minute drive by car, giving access to the East Coast mainline. Aberdeen airport, approximately one hour to the north has a range of domestic and European flights.
Angus Council Tax Band: A
EPC Band: C
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Registers of Scotland is a government body responsible for compiling and maintaining property registers. There can be a delay of up to 3 months from when a property is sold to being recorded with Registers of Scotland. We provide house price data for your information only, we do not accept any liability for any errors.
If you have noticed any incorrect information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.