£249,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 December 2017||£259,000||N/A|
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Very well presented detached one and half storey house situated within close proximity to Pitlochry town centre. The property has lovely open southerly views and is very well maintained throughout and is set within substantial gardens and grounds extending to approximately 0.245 acres with a beautiful raised patio area to the rear affording excellent views to the south to Dunfallandy Hill and the surrounding countryside.
From the south on entering Pitlochry on the A924 road, pass under the railway bridge and then take the second right into East Moulin Road. Go up the hill about 75 yards and take the first left turn into Lower Oakfield and No. 25 is the second property on the right.
The main entrance to the property is at the front through a glazed front door with side screen and leads to the entrance porch which has tiled flooring, electrical sockets and lighting, with glass panelled doors off to:
Entered via a glazed panelled door from the porch. Carpet. Smoke Alarm. Radiator. Telephone point. Large carpeted under stair cupboard with light, housing the electric meter and fuse box
A bright room entered via a 5-pane glazed door from the hall. Dual aspect windows to the front and side providing an abundance of natural light. Newly installed Multi fuel stove within an attractive fireplace. Recessed shelved alcove behind a decorative wooden door.
The kitchen was completely upgraded 3 years ago. It is accessed via a 15-pane glazed door from the lounge, with newly fitted wall and base units and breakfast bar with contrasting work surfaces and splashback tiling, Stainless steel sink and drainer. Neff electric oven with 4 ring gas hob. Space for washing machine, dishwasher, microwave and fridge. Karndean flooring. The kitchen benefits from a shelved cupboard for that all important additional storage.
BACK PORCH (W)
This can be accessed from the kitchen or from the back outer door with lots of hanging space for coats and low shelving for shoes. Tiled flooring
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM 3 (S)
This is a bright and spacious room ideal for a dining room or as a third bedroom.
DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 (N)
Another double bedroom with window to the side. Fitted wardrobe with shelf and hanging rail. Second fitted cupboard with drawer unit.
UNDER STAIR CUPBOARD
Currently housing the electric fuse box
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with mains shower over. Tiling to all walls and complementary tiling to the floor. Wall mounted mirror with light, shaving socket and glazed shelf under. Chrome heated towel rail. Opaque glazed window to the rear providing additional light
and ventilation. Extractor fan.
A carpeted staircase with attractive pine balustrade leads to the upper hall and landing on the first floor. Door to eaves storage.
SHOWER ROOM (E)
Fitted with a white suite comprising WC, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Tiling within the shower cubicle and to dado height elsewhere. Karndean flooring. Radiator. Velux window. extractor fan.
DOUBLE BEDROOM 1 (S)
A spacious double bedroom with window to the front with elevated views over the town. Fitted double wardrobe with
sliding doors, shelf and hanging rail. Doors to eaves storage with electric light and power sockets.
All fixtures and fittings &all floor coverings are included in the sale.
To the front of the property there are double wrought iron gates leading to the granite chipped driveway and around to the rear of the property, where the detached garage can be found. The garage has the benefit of having power and light and has a door to the side and log store to the rear. The immaculate front garden is predominately laid to lawn with planted borders and trees. There is ample car parking space to the side and rear of the house.
A stepped pathway leads from the rear of the garage up to the sloping rear garden which is also laid to lawn and has a variety of trees including some mature productive fruit trees. There is a paved patio area, providing an ideal haven for relaxation and socialising with friends. Both the front garden and back gardens have been very well cared for and will suit any keen gardener.
There is mains water, mains gas, mains electricity and mains drainage. Gas central heating. The gas boiler was renewed in November 2016.
25 Lower Oakfield is classified as being in Council Tax Band "E".
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