Watch Property39 Taranty Road, Forfar DD8 1JX

2 Bed Semi-Detached Villa - Offers Over £119,950

Property Description

Semi Detached Villa

Hall

Lounge/Dining

Modern Kitchen & Utility

Modern Shower Room

2 Double Bedrooms with Fitted Wardrobes

UPVC Double Glazing

Gas Central Heating EPC C

Double Driveway

Low Maintenance Gardens & Shed

Close to All Amenities

This beautifully presented semi detached villa is situated in a popular residential location, within convenient access of the town centre and all local amenities and services including Langlands Primary School, local shops, and public transport. Forfar offers a broad cross section of social, leisure and consumer facilities and provides convenient access to the Dundee/Aberdeen A90 dual carriageway which connects to major routes north and south.

The property offers spacious and well proportioned accommodation throughout and is in good decorative order. The subjects benefit from gas fired central heating, quality UPVC double glazing with replacement doors, modern fitted Wren kitchen with integral oven, hob and extractor hood, separate utility room, modern shower room, and two spacious double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes.

There are low maintenance gardens to front and a double driveway to side, the fully enclosed rear gardens are again laid out for ease of maintenance in gravel chips with patio and shed. Electric car charging point.

This is an excellent example of the house style which must be viewed internally to fully appreciate.

  • EPC Rating: C
  • Council Tax Band: A
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • TSPC Ref: 140399
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Forfar, Letham, Tannadice, Kingsmuir, Guthrie

Forfar, Letham, Tannadice, Kingsmuir, GuthrieIt is known as the home of the bridie and Forfar, along with a cluster of nearby Strathmore villages, plays a central role in Angus life. The traditional market town is the administrative hub of the region, enjoying all the facilities you would expect of a community with around 14,000 residents.
In addition to shops - bakers included, naturally - Forfar enjoys a leisure centre, swimming pool, golf course, an Academy and primary schooling and a professional football team playing at Station Park.
The town, once a major textile centre, was bypassed by the A90 dual carriageway linking Aberdeen and Dundee back in the late 80s.
Five miles away, the biggest of the many villages in the county is Letham, with its many active clubs and societies, and other smaller communities owing their existence to farming include Tannadice, Kingsmuir on the road to Carnoustie and Guthrie, which is equidistant from Forfar, Arbroath and Brechin.

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