Watch Property7 Union Street East, Arbroath DD11 1BS
3 Bed Terraced Villa - Offers Over £129,000
This attractive TRADITIONAL COTTAGE is located in what was part of the traditional fishing quarter of Arbroath conveniently situated within walking distance of many local amenities and services including shops, beachfront and harbour.
- Traditional Cottage Set Close to Harbour
- Vestibule and Welcoming Hallway with Storage
- Lounge with Feature Fireplace
- Versatile Room Currently Used as a Dining Room
- Kitchen with Door Leading to Garden
- 3 Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Rear Courtyard Grdn w/Power & Light
- EPC Rating: D
- Council Tax Band: C
- Tenure: Freehold
- TSPC Ref: 138233
- Lounge: Approx. 11'5 x 11'3
- Kitchen: Approx. 9'4 x 10'5
- Dining Room: Approx. 8'4 x 12'2
- Bedroom 1: Approx. 11'4 x 13'10
- Bedroom 2: Approx. 11'4 x 10'4
- Bedroom 3: Approx. 11'7 x 9'2
- Bathroom: Approx. 6'2 x 6'8
Connelly & Yeoman
Tel: 01241 434200
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Arbroath, Friockheim, Auchmithie, Colliston, Inverkeilor
It's famed for the "Declaration of 1320" and as home of the "Arbroath Smokie," although the smoked haddock delicacy actually originated in the nearby one-time fishing village of Auchmithie.
But as you would expect from the biggest of the Angus towns, there's so much more to Arbroath than just its rich seafaring heritage, captured in a multi-million-pound visitor centre by the quay. The population numbers around the 24,000 mark and it has been hailed among the country's most affordable commuter towns, with Aberdeen and Dundee both coming into play.
It is home to Angus College, the Webster Theatre, two secondary schools, 11 primaries and, of course, a harbour. The Arbroath football team's nickname is the Red Lichties, referencing the lamp which adorned the harbour entrance as an aid to shipping.
The rural hinterland includes the villages of Inverkeilor, with its parks, primary school and pub, Friockheim and the clifftop hamlet of Auchmithie.