Annfield House is one of Dundee’s oldest residential buildings, built in approximately 1793. The property was originally built for Ann Hunter, the daughter of the Laird of Blackness, the house being named after her.
The neighbouring Annfield Street, Road and Row are now named after this iconic building, whose grounds used to extend to Hawkhill Road, to the South and Blackness Road, to the North.
A two-storey building; the apartment is located on the first floor. Entrance is shared with two other apartments.
The large lounge area 'the round room' which was given it's name due to it's magnificent ceiling height and shape offers a great space which currently holds a grand piano and sofa's and other classic pieces of furniture. A cast iron balcony to the front of the lounge window on iron brackets. Windows offering views over Dundee West.
A beautifully presented spacious kitchen with a central island, dining table and chairs, plenty of base and wall units and, white goods are offered as part of the let.
A spacious double bedroom and one small double bedroom/single/study.
A modern family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. EPC rating: D. Landlord Registration Number: 155596/180/09360. Letting Agent Registration Number: LARN1902015. Deposit: £795
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