- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 1 Receptions
Number 165a is a unique, individual, C Listed property which is positioned within a conservation area.
The property offers parking to the front and a communal garden to the rear.
Number 165a is entered via a timber door on the ground level which leads into the hallway. Linoleum flooring. Recess area.
The bathroom has been recently upgraded with a w.c., wash hand basin and bath. Opaque window to the front. Heated towel rail.
The kitchen is fitted with base and wall units with complementing work surfaces and stainless steel sink with drainer. Integral electric oven and hob. Space for domestic appliances. The fridge/freezer will be included in the marketing price. Window to the front.
A staircase leads up to the next level where there at two bedrooms. Deep cupboard housing the water tank.
Bedroom one offers a small paned window to the front. Storage cupboard housing the meters. The second bedroom offers a small paned window to the rear. Storage wardrobe.
A few further stairs lead up to the lounge. This room offers two windows to the front with small glazed panes. Display cupboard.
There are electric, water filled radiators within the property.
Through the pend and to the right there is a shared area of garden.
Parking space to the front of the property.
All newly fitted carpets, integral kitchen appliances where mentioned and the fridge/freezer will be included in the marketing price.
Mains water, drainage, and electricity are connected to the property.
Prospective purchasers/tenants should note that unless their interest in the property is intimated to the subscribers following inspection, the subscribers cannot guarantee that notice of a closing date will be advised and consequently the property may be sold/let without notice. The subscribers are not bound to accept the highest/any offer.
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This part of North Fife is a largely agricultural area on the south bank of the River Tay. It stretches from the town of Newburgh in the west to the Tay Bridgehead towns of Wormit, Newport and
Tayport in the east. The Tay Bridgehead area is connected to Dundee by the Tay Road Bridge, while the Newburgh area in the west tends to orientate towards Perth. Other villages and
hamlets include Balmerino, Brunton, Drumoig, Dunbog, Gauldry, Grange of Lindores and Luthrie.