£150,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|31 March 2011||£142,500||£17,500|
|9 January 2009||£125,000||£58,500|
|28 November 2003||£66,500||N/A|
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Stunning traditional stone built three bedroom terraced townhouse in the heart of Brechin close to all local amenities.
This deceptively spacious property is in walk in condition and offers flexible living on three levels. Ground level offers a dining room, kitchen diner, utility room and bathroom.
First floor provides a further bathroom, large living room and a bedroom. Finally the third floor has two further double bedrooms.
Externally there is a secluded and private rear garden.
The cathedral city of Brechin is well served with local shops, business and leisure facilities, nursery schools, Andover and Maisondieu primary schools and a High School. There is a swimming pool at the new community campus. Brechin is bypassed by the A90 dual carriageway allowing easy access to both Dundee and Aberdeen, which offer all the facilities expected of major cities.
Dundee is known as the City of Discovery, and is renowned for its cultural facilities, including the new V&A museum.
There is an airport at Aberdeen which offers a wide range of domestic and European flights. Journey times to Aberdeen and Aberdeen Airport have been much reduced with the opening of the Western Peripheral Route which bypasses the city.
Brechin is well placed to take advantage of the many sporting pursuits the county of Angus has to offer. There are golf courses at Brechin, Edzell and Montrose and the championship course at Carnoustie. Fishing is available on the nearby South and North Esks.
Just inland are the Angus Glens which offer some of the best hill walking in eastern Scotland, together with skiing at Glenshee. Brechin Equestrian Centre is located close by and there are pleasant sandy beaches at Lunan Bay and at St Cyrus, which is a nature reserve, as is Montrose Basin.
4.69m x 2.88m
Entrance hallway with solid wood floor allowing access to dining room, stairs to first floor and kitchen.
3.32m x 3.51m
Dining room with solid wood floor and double glazed bay window to the front.
3.97m x 4.35m
Kitchen Diner with vinyl flooring, french doors providing access to the private rear garden. There are a range of solid wood base and wall units with complimentary worktops. Integrated oven and hob. There is also additional storage and access to the utility room.
4.34m x 2.15m
Utility Room with vinyl flooring providing ample space for white goods and storage. Also allows access to the downstairs bathroom which has a bath, wc and wash hand basin.
4.33m x 3.54m
Spacious living room is located on the first floor and overlooks the front of the property. The living room has fitted carpet, double glazed bay window and an open fireplace.
2.54m x 1.21m
Family bathroom with walk in shower, wc, wash hand basin and storage.
3.95m x 3.08m
Master bedroom with fitted carpet double glazed bay window overlooking rear garden and built in wardrobes.
4.44m x 3.80m
Double bedroom located on the second floor with fitted carpet and bay window to the rear of the property.
4.44m x 3.88m
Double bedroom also located on the second floor with solid wood floor and double glazed bay window to the front of the house.
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