Watch Property106 Kinloch Street, Carnoustie DD7 7ES

2 Bed Semi-Detached Bungalow - Offers Over £155,000

Property Description

This charming SEMI-DETACHED TRADITIONAL COTTAGE is set in a popular residential area of Carnoustie and is served by various amenities, including a variety of local bespoke and national shops, cafes and restaurants, well regarded primary & secondary schools, popular beachfront and seascape areas of Carnoustie, as well as the internationally famous Championship Golf Course. The property benefits from electric storage heating, with gas points at two fireplaces, and comprises a Vestibule, Lounge, Kitchen, 2 Bedrooms, and bathroom. The property sits within mature garden grounds with enclosed front and side gardens which are neatly laid out with chip-stones and established shrubs. The garden to the rear of the property offers a driveway leading to a large detached garage with adjoining workshop, there is a sunny courtyard area giving ample room for table and chairs, and a conveniently located outside water tap.

  • Set within a very desirable location
  • A traditional style cottage full of character
  • Gas points at fireplaces & electric storage heating
  • Enclosed garden to the front and side with a sunny courtyard to the rear
  • Driveway leading to a detached garage with adjoining workshop
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • TSPC Ref: 139998
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Carnoustie, Grange of Barry, Panbride, Easthaven

Carnoustie, Grange of Barry, Panbride, EasthavenCarnoustie and golf are inextricably linked, with one of the three splendid courses which make up the town's famous links a regular on The Open rota.
Once a tourist town - and it still attracts visitors in their droves - these days it is popular with homebuyers seeking a handy base to commute to Dundee, 11 miles away, or Aberdeen to the north.
But with a high school rebuilt in 2008 and three feeder primaries - and a population around the 12,500 mark - Carnoustie has preserved its own identity.
That is reinforced by a range of local clubs catering for pursuits as varied as yachting, rugby and football.
The town on the bay developed around the mouth of the Barry Burn, along with the nearby hamlets of Grange of Barry and Panbride, and the old fishing village of East Haven. The sprawling beach was once a haunt of the Royal Family holidaying at Glamis and remains a wonderful local amenity.

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