£180,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 October 2008||£160,000||N/A|
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VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL TO APPRECIATE THIS SURPRISING TOWN HOUSE !!! 4 BEDROOMS, 2 PUBLIC ROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS & DOUBLE GARAGE
This traditional home is centrally located and has been recently upgraded with fresh dÃ©cor throughout and presents in move in condition. You really need to see inside to appreciate the space and accommodation on offer. It has an entrance porch leading into the inner hallway with original wooden balustrade staircase to the upper floor. The lounge is a spacious front room with an original feature fireplace, across the hallway there is a side facing dining room with a fireplace and double doors lead into a sitting room or what could be a 4 th bedroom if desired. From the dining room another door takes you into the generous size dining kitchen which is fitted with a range of wall and base units and a breakfast bar. Included in the sale is the integrated electric oven, electric hob and cooker hood. There is plumbed space for a washing machine or dishwasher, space for an under the counter fridge as well as ample space for a fridge freezer. A door from the kitchen leads to a rear hallway giving access to a conveniently located WC, a utility room and the rear garden.
Upstairs there are three generous size double bedrooms each freshly decorated with new carpets. There is also a well-presented shower room and a separate bathroom on the upper floor. This home benefits from gas central heating, double-glazing and all curtains, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale.
Outside the front garden is laid to bark for low maintenance with raised bedding planters. At the rear there is a double garage and a gated driveway for one or two cars. There is an enclosed rear garden as well as a courtyard area offering great potential to a family living in the town centre.
We urge early viewing of this very nice substantial and surprising home. VIRTUAL VISUAL TOUR AVAILABLE upon request.
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EPC Band: D Aberdeenshire Council Tax Band: D
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Entrance Porch: 7'3 x 6'4 (4.19m x 6.09m)
Lounge: 11'11 x 18'1 (3.63m x 5.51m)
Dining Room: 12'9 x 13'1 (3.88m x 3.98m)
Sitting Room: 11'5 x 12'11 (3.47m x 3.93m)
Dining Kitchen: 20'10 x 10'2 (6.35m x 3.09m)
Ground Floor WC: 3' x 5'1 (0.91m x 1.54m)
Utility Room: 4'10 x 8'9 (1.47m x 2.66m)
Bedroom 1: 12' x 13'8 (3.65m x 4.16m)
Bedroom 2: 12'11 x 9'3 (3.93m x 2.81m)
Bedroom 3: 12' x 11' (3.65m x 3.35m)
Bathroom: 6'9 x 7'1 (2.05m x 2.15m)
Shower Room: 6'6 x 5'4 (1.98m x 1.62m)
Double Garage: 18' x 16'2 (5.48m x 4.92m)
Laurencekirk is a great base for commutes it is in easy reach of the A90 Aberdeen/Dundee dual carriageway with three points of entry. Aberdeen and Dundee are both around a 40 minute drive, and Montrose around 20 minutes. A train station located in the town with regular trains towards Aberdeen and Dundee, taking roughly 30 minutes to each location, ideal for commuters. There are also buses taking you to the Angus and Aberdeenshire towns nearby.
Laurencekirk is a small town in the historic county of Kincardineshire, Scotland. It is part of Aberdeenshire and is the largest settlement in the Howe o' the Mearns area. Laurencekirk is in the valley between the Hill of Garvock and the Cairn O' Mount. The famous landmark of the Johnston Tower can be seen on the peak of the Garvock. Laurencekirk Primary school was built in 1999 and Mearns Academy, the senior school, opened a new building in August 2014. The Community Centre, Library, Fitness Suite and Police Station are housed within the Mearns Campus. There are two public parks, both with children's play areas, and in addition the memorial park houses a bowling green and a skate-board facility.
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