An immaculately presented, traditional stone built first floor two bedroom apartment, conveniently located within easy walking distance of the town centre and amenities. Comprising entrance hallway, bright lounge, dining kitchen, double bedroom, large single or twin bedroom and family bathroom. There is double glazing and gas central heating throughout. The property enters by a half glazed fully insulated front door into the fully carpeted entrance hallway. To the left off the hallway is the rear facing family bathroom, with large obscure glazed window, bath with over bath shower and glass shower screen, WC and whb. The bathroom is fully tiled at the bath and behind the wash hand basin area. There is Vinyl flooring and a ladder towel rail. To the right off the hallway is the lounge, with bright window fitted with a curtain pole facing the gardens. This is a well proportioned room complete with radiator and fitted carpet. A door from the lounge leads to the rear facing Dining/Kitchen area. There are dual aspect windows providing fine open views of the surrounding countryside and there are fitted blinds. The kitchen is fitted with a range of both floor and wall mounted kitchen units, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, washing machine, electric hob and oven with extractor above, fridge freezer and dishwasher. There is a large shelved cupboard where the Worcester Combi boiler is housed, and there is ample space for a kitchen table and chairs. Located to the front of the property is the double bedroom (rhs from the front) with window and curtain pole, fitted cupboard and a fitted carpet. Also located to the front of the property is a large single or twin bedroom (lhs from the front), with window, curtain pole, curtains and a fitted carpet. Externally there is off street parking, a garden shed, and a small garden area suitable for a ‘Bistro’ style table and chairs and drying facilities. The Home Report recommended that the roof should be checked. The roofing contractor has checked the roof and had noted the need for certain minor repairs. The total cost quoted for it is £576.00. In terms of the titles, the owner of the property would be liable for a 30% share of such costs. The Home Report also mentioned an area of Dampness, rot and infestation. There is a scattered indication of wood borer insect to structural roof timbers. A Specialist Surveyor has inspected the area and recommended the roof timbers be treated. The total cost quoted for this is £1009.20. In terms of the titles, the owner of the property would be liable for a 50% share of such costs. The country town of Blairgowrie is conveniently situated within approximately 30 minutes by car of both the cities of Perth and Dundee with their onward rail and motorway connections. Amenities in the town include shops, supermarkets, senior and primary schools, recreation centre with swimming pool, cottage hospital, health centres, dental surgery and library. There are thriving sports clubs, cultural organisations and several golf courses locally. The beautiful Perthshire countryside is virtually on the doorstep with a wide variety of walks around Blairgowrie and more adventurous routes available in Strathardle, Glenshee and Glenisla, approximately 30 minutes by car.
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