£167,500 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 July 2016||£132,500||£15,000|
|30 November 2006||£147,500||N/A|
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Immaculately presented, two-bedroom, semi-detached villa, with gardens and a driveway. Conveniently located in the established residential area of Craigie, east of Dundee city centre. A welcoming entrance hall affords access throughout the ground floor and to the stairs leading to the upper hall. The generously sized living room is set to the front, with a large bay window allowing plentiful natural light, carpeted flooring, a central light fitting and a TV wall mount. Set to the rear, with access to the garden, the kitchen features wood-effect flooring extending from the hall and built-in storage cupboards. Stylish fitted units include modern worktops and splashback, a sink with dainer; an integrated oven, electric hob and fridge; and a freestanding freezer set within the recessed storage space. Completing the ground floor, the bathroom is to the rear, fitted with a three-piece suite, a shower over the bath and modern splash wall panels. Whilst on the upper floor, two double bedrooms are set to opposite aspects, similarly well-sized and finished with carpeted flooring, central light fittings and built-in wardrobe storage.
Craigie is a residential area of Eastern Dundee, set in between Stobswell and the popular coastal suburb of Broughty Ferry and Douglas & Angus. With amenities and schooling available locally in the area, there are also excellent links to Dundee city centre and retail outlets. For outdoor recreation, there is the expansive Dawsons and Finlathen parks, as well as water sports, and scenic walks available nearby along the coast of the River Tay. Dundee itself, known as the City of Discovery, has undergone an ambitious transformation in the past ten years, principally in renovation and revitalisation of the Waterfront, including the world-famous Victoria and Albert Museum and home of Robert Falcon Scott's steamship Discovery. There is a wide range of high-street names, supermarkets, retail centres, cinema and leisure centres, sports facilities and restaurants and hotels, leading cultural venues, Ninewells Hospital, and two universities, colleges, and schooling for all ages. The city has excellent travel facilities including an airport, railway system, and local bus services, with the A90 connecting Dundee to the north and south.
Council Tax Band: C
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