Ogilvie Homes
Ogilvie House Pirnhill Business Park Stirling
Tel: 01786 831111
Poplar Avenue, Bridge of Earn
(Detached, 4 bedrooms)
Prices From £255,000

Fabulous SHOW COMPLEX available to view by appointment.

The TWEED is a splendid, and very popular, 4 bedroom detached villa comprising of single integral garage, entrance vestibule with storage and downstairs WC, deep hallway offering a spacious lounge with separate kitchen, breakfasting bar and adjoining dining room. The upper landing hosts double door storage, the master bedroom with en-suite facilities and double built in wardrobe, the main bathroom and bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 with bedroom 3 also containing double built in wardrobe. This home is excellently planned for young or established families and offers eloquence and style.

First Home Fund - a Scottish Government scheme to help first-time homebuyers to purchase their first home – is available on all remaining properties, subject to criteria – ask for details. Up to £25,000 is available to all first-time buyers towards the purchase of both new build and existing properties.

Images shown illustrate typical Tweed Showhome interiors.

Local Area

Strathearn Park is the newest development from Ogilvie Homes and is situated in the town of Bridge of Earn offering a selection of stylish family villas set in the beautiful Perthshire countryside.

The current phase release consists of four remaining types of 4 bed detached villas offering generous living space throughout with fitted kitchens including stainless steel electric oven, gas hob, integrated chimney hood and stainless steel splashback to hob.

Bridge of Earn itself is located on the east coast, just 5 miles from the beautiful city of Perth, and has many local amenities including restaurants, local shops, medical centre, parks and walking areas. For all your major high street retailers and unique independent stores along with some excellent nightlife, Perth is just a 10 minute drive away.

The area is surrounded by beautiful countryside and superb views with a real community feel and has increasingly become a dormitory town for families working and commuting to nearby Perth, Dundee, Edinburgh and other large towns.

Bridge of Earn is perfectly placed for travelling north, south east and west.

Did You Know…

Bridge of Earn, often referred to as 'The Brig' a Scottish term for bridge, takes its name from the River Earn that runs alongside the town.

Salmon fishing on the river Earn was a historic source of income, however, since the late 20th century such fishing has died out although sport fishing continues in season.

For further information on current incentives or offers email Strathearn.Sales@Ogilvie.co.uk

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.