Watch PropertyG/0,16 Maryfield Terrace, Dundee DD4 7AE
2 Bed Ground Floor Flat - Offers Over £145,000
This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a well-presented ground floor apartment situated in a sought-after residential location. Dundee is Scotland's fourth largest city and features all the amenities expected from a vibrant regenerated city including: retail parks, V&A Design Museum, future Eden Project plus a mainline railway station and domestic airport both which offer daily connections to The South of England and beyond.
This fantastic apartment offers spacious accommodation which comprises: Bright lounge with bay window, kitchen / dining room, utility room, bathroom and two well-proportioned bedrooms. Practical attributes include double glazing and an electric heating system.
Externally the property benefits from well-maintained communal garden grounds and on-street parking.
This property will appeal to a wide range of buyers and early viewing is highly recommended
• Well-presented ground floor apartment
• Bright lounge with bay window
• Kitchen/Dining room
• Utility room
• Two well proportioned bedrooms
• Well-maintained communal garden
• On-street parking
- EPC Rating: E
- Council Tax Band: B
- Tenure: Freehold
- TSPC Ref: 139543
Tel: 01382 201000
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Dundee Including Invergowrie
The Tayside Solicitors Property Centre handles 4 in every 5 property sales in Scotland's fourth largest city, profiling an array of homes ranging from traditional tenements to family villas and the full spectrum of contemporary residences.
The City of Discovery has undergone an ambitious transformation over the past decade and major investment continues in the shape of revitalisation of the Waterfront, spearheaded by the V&A Museum, the Slessor Gardens and civic amenities including hotels, shops and leisure facilities.
With award-winning universities and colleges, leading cultural venues, Ninewells Hospital and businesses at the cutting edge of technology, the re-invented Dundee - the UNESCO City of Design 2014 - is very much a 21st Century city, building on a rich cultural and industrial heritage.
Dundee, and nearby Invergowrie at the gateway to the Carse of Gowrie, has confirmed its status as a regional hub brimming with vitality. With a population around the 150,000 mark living in the shadow of The Law, the one-time centre of "jute, jam and journalism" is embracing an era of change.