Offers over £230,000
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Public Rooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Exceptional Quality 3 or 4 bed family home
The Chamber Practice are delighted to bring to market this immaculate and fully refurbished 3 or 4 bedroom family home complete with all mod cons, very comfortable and spacious living space and ample parking in the form of double driveway and a garage.
The property is decorated in a neutral colour scheme and boats quality finishings throughout
Comprising: Entrance vestibule leading into the main hallway. Double bedroom with built in wardrobes, Dining room, Day lounge, Sitting room with feature fireplace and exceptionally large and modern family bathroom with separate shower enclosure and under floor heating. The modern dining kitchen is also found on the ground floor and features a range of wall and base units in white high gloss and with integrated Oven, hob, Dishwasher and wine cooler. From the day lounge the rear patio garden can be accessed.
On the upper level there are two spacious and bright double bedrooms including the master bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes and with additional built in storage.
Early viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment and to truly appreciate the size and quality of property on offer.
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· 3 Double Bedrooms
· 3 Public Rooms
· Dining Kitchen
· Bathroom with bath and shower enclosure
· En Suite
· Double Glazing
· Gas Central Heating
· Immaculate Condition
· Driveway & Garage
It's famed for the "Declaration of 1320" and as home of the "Arbroath Smokie," although the smoked haddock delicacy actually originated in the nearby one-time fishing village of Auchmithie.
But as you would expect from the biggest of the Angus towns, there's so much more to Arbroath than just its rich seafaring heritage, captured in a multi-million-pound visitor centre by the quay. The population numbers around the 24,000 mark and it has been hailed among the country's most affordable commuter towns, with Aberdeen and Dundee both coming into play.
It is home to Angus College, the Webster Theatre, two secondary schools, 11 primaries and, of course, a harbour. The Arbroath football team's nickname is the Red Lichties, referencing the lamp which adorned the harbour entrance as an aid to shipping.
The rural hinterland includes the villages of Inverkeillor, with its parks, primary school and pub, Friockheim and the clifftop hamlet of Auchmithie.