Watch Property9 Church Street, Broughty Ferry DD5 1EZ

3 Bed End Terrace Villa - Offers Over £235,000

Property Description

This three-bedroom, traditional end-terrace house in Broughty Ferry offers wonderfully bright and spacious accommodation, as well as providing an excellent opportunity for modernisation, giving the new owner a blank canvas to put their own stamp on. The house lies enviably close to the coast and within easy reach of the other excellent amenities that Broughty Ferry has to offer, such as a wide range of shops, schools at primary and secondary level, transport links, including a train station, sports, leisure, and fitness facilities, and a selection of cafés, restaurants, and bars. Extras: The property shall be sold as seen.

• Traditional end-terrace house in Broughty Ferry

• Excellent opportunity for modernisation

• Entrance vestibule and hallway

• Airy, east-facing living room

• Garden-facing dining room

• Kitchen and rear vestibule with external access

• Two double bedrooms with built-in storage

• One single bedroom/potential home office

• Four-piece family bathroom

• Large, predominantly lawned shared rear garden

• Access to unrestricted on-street parking

• Gas central heating and double glazing

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • TSPC Ref: 140392
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Broughty Ferry & Barnhill

Broughty Ferry & BarnhillBroughty Ferry, or "The Ferry" as it's better known to locals, may rub shoulders with Dundee but it retains a fiercely protected identity all of its own. The imposing 15th Century castle, now home to a museum, hints at the historic importance of a town whose story can be traced in her architecture.

The quaint fishermen's cottages and grid iron pattern of development hint at times past and they enjoy Conservation Area status, while the influence of Dundee jute wealth can be detected in the impressive Victorian villas and terraces overlooking the esplanade, top rated beach and the coast of Fife across the Tay estuary.

Nowadays, "The Ferry" and Barnhill may be fertile commuter territory for many of the 13,000 or so residents but the appeal of living here lies in her distinctive shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and boutiques, with Grove Academy and three primary schools catering for families lured by modern housing developments which have rolled out between the River Tay and the main north-south road.

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