£280,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 November 2003||£167,000||N/A|
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We are delighted to introduce this fantastic opportunity to locate yourself in this most peaceful setting at the foot of the Angus Glens, ideal for walking and wildlife enthusiasts.
The immaculately presented detached four bedroom property sits among 1.8 acres of varied gardens and is surrounded by stunning Angus countryside. The large garden space offers a great opportunity for further development, be it garden, a hut, or potentially a further residence, subject to any necessary permissions, which have not been sought. Recent improvements include energy-efficient measures to make this a very comfortable home.
The nearby town of Kirriemuir is a short (3 miles) drive or cycle away and benefits from schools, modern health centre, sports centre with swimming pool, golf course, retail, and other facilities. The bus for highly rated primary and secondary schools in Kirriemuir picks up directly from Dunnock Croft. From Kirriemuir there is a regular bus service to Dundee, with all the social and cultural amenities of a modern city, including rail and air links. Dundee is a 40 minute drive, Aberdeen 75 minutes, Edinburgh just over an hour and a half.
13'6" x 12'
The bright, spacious kitchen enjoys an excellent selection of wall and base cabinets with pine fronts finished with solid oak worktops. The room features a double bowl stainless steel sink with taps, cooker extractor fan ducted to outside, and partially tiled flooring and downlighting.
13'6" x 12'8"
Adjoining the kitchen, the large utility room has side and rear aspects, storage units, sinktop and plumbing for a washing machine. An A rated Worcester Greenstar 30kW LPG boiler for hot water and central heating is located in the utility room.
7' x 5'9"
Located off the entrance hallway, the shower room has a cubicle, extractor fan to exterior, basin and toilet along with a mirrored bathroom cabinet and a tiled floor.
17'8" x 16'2"
From the entrance hallway we enter the large, carpeted dining room including an open plan staircase to the upper floor of the property. The room enjoys a multi fuel stove on a stone hearth and a large front aspect overlooks the front garden. Double glass doors flow into the stunning family lounge.
18' x 15'4"
The spacious, carpeted lounge with two front aspects and one side aspect includes a multi-fuel stove set into a sandstone fireplace and hearth.
First Floor Landing
Climbing to the upper floor we find a generous open landing with access to all the bedrooms etc. This area has ample room for sofas, desks and occasional furniture creating an upstairs communal space.
Office / Study
14' x 7'
This compact office space has a velux roof window and ample room for a desk and chair, as well as stationery and other storage.
14' x 8'5"
This carpeted bedroom has a side aspect and a stylish window seat.
20' x 13'5"
The largest of the four bedrooms this carpeted room enjoys fitted wardrobes with hanging and shelving. The room has a large rear (north) aspect and a side aspect.
17' x 13'5"
This carpeted, double bedroom has a large north facing aspect.
14'5" x 13'5"
The fourth carpeted double bedroom with north and east aspects.
10'6" x 8'8"
This generous, bright family bathroom includes a bath, bidet, basin and wc along with mirrored bathroom cabinets and a cork tiled floor.
From the upper floor corridor we enter a large, walk in airing cupboard including the hot water tank. From the airing cupboard we gain access to the loft area, with substantial shelving and storage space..
Dunnock Croft sits in the most idyllic location amongst 1.8 acres of stunning, well stocked and varied gardens.
From the lawns to mature shrubs and trees, wood store, timber shed, patio and garden pond we encounter so many features as we explore. The owners have fishing rights to the Quharity Burn which borders the garden of Dunnock Croft.
From the tarmac driveway to the side of the property we access the integral single garage which includes a spacious workshop and storage facility to the rear. A doorway and corridor takes us into the utility room of the house.
The property enjoys white UPVC double glazing throughout. Also, 15 Solar PV Panels generate a guaranteed indexed annual income for the owners.
Several rooms are hard wired for phone and Ethernet.
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