Watch Property9 Malt Loan, Carnoustie DD7 7GW

3 Bed Semi-Detached Villa - Offers Over £225,000

Property Description

Accompanied by private parking and an enclosed low-maintenance garden, this contemporary semi-detached property offers an attractive three-bedroom, two-bathroom family home with good storage and, enjoying a social adjoining arrangement, a south-facing living room and a dining kitchen opening onto the garden. The quiet residential development lies in the small coastal town of Carnoustie, with fantastic rail and road links into the nearby city of Dundee.
Extras: All fitted floor and window coverings and light fittings are included.

  • Appealing semi-detached house 
  • Coastal location close to Dundee
  • Tasteful modern interiors
  • Airy entrance hall
  • South-facing living room
  • Dining kitchen with garden access and utility store
  • Three double bedrooms with storage
  • First-floor bathroom with shower-over-bath 
  • Ground-floor shower room
  • Easy-upkeep enclosed garden
  • Private driveway
  • Gas central heating, solar panels, and double glazing
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • TSPC Ref: 139817
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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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