Watch Property2 Newton Crescent, Carnoustie DD7 6HW
3 Bed Detached Bungalow - Offers Over £225,000
Ideal opportunity to purchase a spacious bungalow in one of Angus County’s more popular towns. The property is located towards the northern perimeter of the town and offers an open outlook over the recreational grounds.
Accommodation within the home is all on a single level and offers a large lounge/dining room, breakfasting kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a family shower room. Mature but easily kept gardens surround the property, to the rear of the home is a detached garage with a gated pathway to the rear door of the home.
This much loved home has been well maintained during its current tenure but would benefit from decorative upgrading and possible replacement of kitchen and shower room.
The home does however feature a modern high efficiency gas central heating system and replacement double glazed windows throughout.
- Traditional Hall - with Loft Hatch
- Lounge/Dining with feature fire place
- Master Bedroom
- 2 further Bedrooms
- Shower Room
- Detatched Garage
- EPC Rating: D
- Council Tax Band: D
- Tenure: Freehold
- TSPC Ref: 139702
Ross, Strachan & Co.
Tel: 01382 201010
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Carnoustie, Grange of Barry, Panbride, Easthaven
Carnoustie 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.