Great value this is A beautifully presented & spacious 3 bedroom traditional terraced town house. This 130 year-old home is centrally located in the old town of historical Inverbervie and it's set over three levels. 107m2 it oozes character and benefits from having gas central heating and double-glazing. Included in the sale are all floor coverings, window blinds and light fittings. This would be an ideal first home purchase with a difference or a great Buy to Let.
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Entrance Hallway: As you enter the front door there are stairs leading to the upper accommodation and a cloaks cupboard with shelves and hanging space for coats and shoes. A door from here leads into the dining kitchen.
Dining Kitchen: 9’9 17’1 (3.01m x 5.21m)
The modernised and well-appointed fitted kitchen has base and wall units with display cabinets and co-ordinated work surfaces with splash back tiling and ample space for dining. There is an integrated gas hob, electric fan oven and a feature cooker hood above, space provided for an under counter fridge and freezer and there is plumbed space for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. It has laminate flooring and a deep walk in shelved storage cupboard offering a terrific amount of storage space. Two front facing windows overlook the market square and hilltops beyond.
Upstairs to the First Floor The curved feature staircase leads to the first-floor landing with an abundance of light from the front facing landing window. From here there is access to the lounge, dining/3rd bedroom and shower room. The staircase continues to the upper floor bedrooms.
Lounge: 13’8 20’6 (4.20m x 6.27m)
A surprisingly spacious lounge with two front facing windows and a third rear facing window, there is a feature fireplace, with wooden surround, marble inlay and hearth incorporating a living flame gas fire and a useful double storage cupboard with shelving and a smaller storage cupboard houses the electric meter.
Bedroom 3/Dining Room or Home Office: 13’9 14’9 (4.23m x 4.54m)
This is a versatile room ideal double bedroom complete with a double fitted storage cupboard with shelves and hanging space and plenty space for bedroom units and furniture as required. There is a rear facing window and this room is currently being utilised as an office but could be a formal dining room if required.
Shower Room: 6’11’ 6’7 (1.87m x 2.04m)
This is a two-piece white suite with wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and a separate power shower cubical fitted with attractive wet wall and a rainfall shower. Laminate flooring, a heated towel rail and all bathroom wall fitments included.
Upstairs The stairs lead to the upper landing with a Velux window.
Master Bedroom 1 11’2 14’2 (3.41m x 4.32m)
The master bedroom has a rear facing window and two deep storage cupboards, one with shelves and it houses the central heating boiler and the other wardrobe has fitted hanging space. A spacious room with a ceiling hatch provides access to some loft space for added storage.
Bedroom 2 11’ 14‘2 (3.35m x 4.32m)
This is a lovely sunny room with a picture window overlooking the main square of Inverbervie, with spectacular views over the Bervie braes. The eaves add a distinctive character to this delightful room with fitted wardrobe and ample space for bedroom furniture.
Outside There is ample free parking outside in the square. There is no outside garden space at this property but there are plenty local walks and the lovely beach and local parks are nearby.
Transport links & amenities
Inverbervie is a small historical town on the north-east coast of Scotland, south of Stonehaven, in the Aberdeenshire area. It is on the bus route to Montrose and Aberdeen, with buses every half hour. Train stations are located in Stonehaven, Montrose and Laurencekirk. Montrose 13 miles south, Laurencekirk 10 miles inland, Stonehaven 10 miles and Aberdeen 26 miles north. The new Aberdeen city by-pass offers perfect commuting distance with easy access to Aberdeen and surrounding areas using the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. The commercial hubs of Altens, Westhill, Kingswells and Dyce are easily accessible with Aberdeen airport around a 35 minute drive.
This picturesque town of “Bervie” has a bay, beach and a nice range of local shops. It is on the scenic coastal route to Aberdeen with a beautiful coastal path to Gourdon and for the adventurous you can walk all the way to Johnshaven.
Bervie primary school and Inverbervie fitness centre are situated in the heart of the town. This modern built facility hosts a range of activities from a pool, gym and various fitness classes suitable for all ages.
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