£170,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|19 August 2005||£102,000||N/A|
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This beautifully presented 3 bed rooms detached property is set in the charming village of Braco.
The accommodation is tastefully decorated throughout.
The accommodation comprises; entrance hallway which leads you into the bright and spacious lounge.
Tastefully presented lounge benefiting from abundant light and space and large window overlooking the front . The feature log burning fire centres this room.
Bright dining room has patio door leading out the the garden, this is great space to entertain family and friends.
The kitchen is fitted with a wide range of base and wall units, contrasting worktop, tiling to splash back with space for appliances.
Continuing upstairs to the generously proportioned master bedroom with neutral carpeting and space for free standing furniture.
Bedroom two and three are both double bedrooms that are light and airy with space for free standing furniture.
Pristine white family bathroom which is part tiled and fitted with a 3 piece suite of bath with shower over, WC and wash hand basin.
To the front of the property is a well maintained garden which is mainly laid to lawn.
Completing the property is the fully enclosed rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn.
The car port to the side of the property allows space for off road parking.
The property has electric storage heating throughout.
The charming village of Braco sits quietly in stunning South Perthshire countryside a couple of miles off the A9 and on the tourist route to Crieff. There is an excellent primary school within the village, with secondary education available at Auchterarder around 5 miles to the north and Dunblane around 6 miles to the south, where there is also a rail link to Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond. A village store and newsagent supports everyday needs and the new Braco Coffee shop below this beautiful flat provides a focal point for socialising in the village. Extensive retail and commercial facilities are available in Stirling and Perth. The Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Complex can be reached by private transport from Braco in around 10 minutes, and the award-winning Cromlix House with its Chez Roux restaurant is also 10 minutes to the south.
Braco boasts beautiful walking country including the picturesque River Knaik and Ardoch Fort, one of the most well preserved Roman sites.
Please note all room sizes are approximate.
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