£325,000 Offers over
From Dundee, take either the A90 Kingsway or the A85
Riverside Avenue to the western edge of the city. At the
Invergowrie roundabout take the exit signposted to Denhead of Gray. Follow this road for about 1 mile and Braeside is on the right hand side of the road.
From Perth follow the A90 east towards Dundee. At the roundabout take the first exit, signposted Denhead of Gray. Follow this road for 1 mile and the property is located on the right hand side of the road.
Braeside sits within a rural area on the west side of Dundee that is gradually being developed with several new residential developments being proposed in the area. Braeside is about 1 mile from Liff which is a lovely village which lies approximately 6 miles to the West of Dundee and provides a local primary school in a peaceful and tranquil setting whilst being close to all amenities and services in Dundee.
Dundee is the fourth largest city in Scotland with a population of about 150,000. The city is presently undergoing a significant uplift in fortunes and is promoted as "One City, Many Discoveries" in honour of Dundee's history of scientific activities and of the RRS Discovery, Robert Falcon Scott's Antarctic exploration vessel, which was built in Dundee and is now berthed at Discovery Point. Biomedical and technological industries have arrived since the 1980s, and the city now accounts for 10% of the United Kingdom's digital-entertainment industry. Dundee has two universities - the University of Dundee and Abertay University. In 2014 Dundee was recognised by the United Nations as the UK's first UNESCO City of Design for its diverse contributions to fields including medical research, comics and video games.
With the decline of traditional industry, the city has adopted a plan to regenerate and reinvent itself as a cultural centre. In pursuit of this, a £1 billion master plan to regenerate and to reconnect the Waterfront to the city centre started in 2001 and is expected to be completed within a 30-year period, with the Dundee Victoria &Albert Museum opening on 15 September 2018 at a cost of £80 million.
Planning Permission has been granted by Dundee Council for a residential development in the field to the north of Braeside.
Braeside is a detached two storey house built of white painted harled brick walls with pitched grey tile roofs and sits amidst well maintained mature gardens and a lovely area of woodland. The house is south facing and benefits from a large patio area to the front of the house and extensive areas of lawn to the front and side. The house is accessed by a short driveway that leads to a spacious parking area beside the house and in front of the garage.
Internally there is well laid out and spacious accommodation over two floors. An impressive feature of the house is the large windows and patio doors on the south elevation, giving a lovely outlook over the gardens and grounds.
Historically, the house was built as the Hospital Director's House for the former Liff Hospital. Some years ago, the hospital was redeveloped as an upmarket residential development retaining many of the fine original hospital buildings and new homes built within the lovely mature and well managed wooded grounds.
The Double Storm Outer Door (W) at the Front Entrance opens
VESTIBULE (S &W) 2.50m x 1.16m with polished timber floor and pine panelling with a connecting door (not currently used) through to the Garage and inner door to:
RECEPTION HALL 5.80m x 2.35m Carpeted with large storage cupboard containing electrical fuse board, coat pegs, radiator. doors leading to:
DINING ROOM (S &W) 2.96m x 3.81m Carpeted with fitted shelves, radiator and Potterton oil fired central heating boiler.
LOUNGE (S) 7.54m x 3.80m
Radiators and carpeted with open fireplace with Westmoreland slate hearth and large picture windows, with opening leading to:
SUNROOM (S) 3.60m x 2.06m
Wooden floor and sliding patio doors to the large patio area.
With W.C and wash hand basin.
KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM (N &E) 4.76m x 3.35m
Oak wood wall and base units, composite worktops, integrated oven &grill, 4 ring electric hob, space for washing machine and tumble dryer, fitted benches and breakfast table, airing cupboard containing electric hot water cylinder and back door to the garden.
STAIRCASE (N &E)
Carpeted and with double glazed windows leading to:
FIRST FLOOR Landing with doors off to:
BEDROOM 1 (S) 4.43m x 3.01m Carpeted, fitted wardrobes with dressing table and radiator.
BEDROOM 2 (S) 3.33m x 2.84m Carpeted, fitted wardrobe and radiator.
BEDROOM 3 (S) 3.95m x 3.31m Carpeted, fitted wardrobe and radiator.
BEDROOM 4 (E) 3.51m x 3.21m Carpeted and radiator.
BATHROOM (N) 3.08m x 1.52m Coloured bathroom suite comprising of WC, wash hand basin and corner bath, shower cabinet, fully tiled walls, and radiator with towel rail.
The house is set within a lovely woodland setting with some large mature trees. The garden and grounds around Braeside extend in total to about 1 acre and boast a large patio, ideal for barbecues and entertaining family and friends and mature flowering shrubs set amongst areas of well-maintained grass. There is a tarmac drive and a large parking area to the side and a large garage with a newly fitted garage door
While no formal enquiries have been made of Dundee City Council, the sellers consider there is significant potential for some form of residential development to be carried out within the extensive gardens &grounds that surround the house. Interested parties should make their own enquiries of Dundee City Council Planning Department.
Mains Water, Mains Electricity and Mains Drainage, LPG gas fired central heating.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Energy Efficiency Rating G
Braeside falls under Council Tax Band F
Dundee City Council
50 North Lindsay Street
Dundee, DD1 1QE
Tel: 01382 434000
Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agents:
28 York Place
Perth PH2 8EH
Tel: 01738 441825
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