£130,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|21 April 2017||£118,000||£4,000|
|28 November 2014||£114,000||£13,500|
|1 February 2007||£100,500||N/A|
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A DELIGHTFUL 2/3 BEDROOM TRADITIONAL TERRACED COTTAGE that really must be viewed to appreciate. It has been nicely renovated with two public rooms one of which could be a 3rd bedroom if desired. A lovely country style kitchen, a utility room & a bathroom at ground floor level & 2 spacious double bedrooms and a shower room upstairs. We urge early viewing.
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EPC Band: D Angus Council Tax Band: B
Viewing Arrangements: Please book directly online or call Yopa on 0333 305 0202 Alternatively, you can call the local agent Gillian Fleming on 07815321734 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This traditional terraced cottage is located in a lane just off The Roods which is close to the town centre and local shops. Early viewing is encouraged as this is a great starter home for a young family or would suit any type of buyer. This very well-presented cottage has been carefully renovated retaining many original features yet introducing the modern comforts such as gas central heating, some double glazed windows, a multi fuel stove and tasteful dÃ©cor throughout.
The spacious accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway with wooden staircase to the upper floor. At the ground floor level there is a lounge/dining room with a feature fireplace incorporating a multi fuel stove and recessed storage areas. A door from here leads to the bright modernised country style kitchen with Velux windows and a range of base and wall units, a butler style sink and wooden work surfaces. A five-burner gas hob with electric oven range style cooker is included in the sale along with the integrated dishwasher. There is space for a fridge freezer and an external door takes you to the rear of the building. A door from the kitchen leads to a utility room with a work surface and space below for a washing machine, tumble dryer and an extra appliance if required. This is a great area for storing items.
Leading from the hallway there is a ground floor bathroom with a three-piece suite including a free-standing bath with a tap to shower fitment and heated towel rail.
There is a front facing living room with ceiling cornicing, a working fireplace and recessed shelved areas. This room could make a suitable ground floor bedroom if required.
Upstairs there is Velux window cascading natural daylight into the stairwell, there is a recently fitted shower room and two generous sized double bedrooms one with two sets of fitted wardrobes. All fitted carpets/flooring, blinds and all light fittings are included in the sale.
Outside at the front of the cottage there is a small garden area with a log store area to one side. At the rear there is a mutual path giving access to the rear of the building.
Early viewing is encouraged to this delightful home.
Lounge Dining Room: 16'5 x 9'6 (5.00m x 2.89m)
Living Room/Bedroom 3: 11'6 x 16'3 (3.50m x 4.95m)
Kitchen: 10'7 x 12'10 (3.22m x 3.91m)
Utility Room: 7'8 x 5'9 (2.33m x 1.75m)
Bathroom: 11'5 x 7'2 (3.47m x 2.18m) at the widest points
Bedroom 1: 11'7 x 14'1(3.53m x 4.29m)
Bedroom 2: 15'5 x 9'9 (4.69m x 2.97m)
Shower Room: 7'4 x 5' (2.23m x 1.52m)
LOCAL AMENITIES & SCHOOLS
Kirriemuir is a small historic town sitting on the edge of the Angus Glens, with around 6,000 inhabitants it has a great community and family environment with two highly rated primary schools and Websters High School each within walking distance of the property. The town benefits from local amenities such as a sports centre, Kirriemuir golf club, local library as well as popular tourist attractions being the birthplace of J M Barrie, author of Peter Pan and 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 and Dundee city centre is less than 30 minutes- drive by car. There are good regular bus links to Forfar and Dundee. The nearest train station is Dundee approximately 30 minutes by car. Aberdeen airport is approximately one hour to the north and has a range of domestic and European flights.
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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.