Watch Property23 Glamis Road, Forfar DD8 1DF
3 Bed End Terrace Villa - Offers Over £140,000
Bright and airy end terraced villa situated close to all central amenities.
- End Terraced Villa
- Dining Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Driveway, Garden
- GCH & DG
- EPC Rating: C
- Council Tax Band: C
- Tenure: Freehold
- TSPC Ref: 138865
- Lounge: 12'6 x 18'5 (3.81m x 5.61m)
- Kitchen: 8'0 x 11'8 (2.44m x 3.56m)
- Dining Area: 9'11 x 16'0 (3.02m x 4.88m)
- Master Bedroom: 8'11 x 18'7 (2.72m x 5.88m)
- Bedroom 2: 8'5 x 15'7 (2.57m x 4.75m)
- Bedroom 3/Home Office: 6'3 x 13'2 (1.91m x 4.01m)
- Bathroom: 5'11 x 7'11 (1.80m x 2.41m)
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Forfar, Letham, Tannadice, Kingsmuir, Guthrie
It 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.