Set within a modern development in the picturesque coastal town of Arbroath, conveniently located for a wide range of amenities and excellent transport links, this two-bedroom, mid-terraced house offers modern, well-presented interiors, an enclosed rear garden and private parking and would be a fabulous proposition for first-time buyers, young families, commuting professionals and rental investors alike.
The front door opens to reveal the homes spacious living accommodation. Lit by a large southwest-facing window and enhanced by an airy neutral backdrop, a stylishly-presented reception room is supplemented by built-in storage and provides ample floorspace for comfortable lounge furniture. Conveniently connected, a dining kitchen incorporates a seated dining area, perfect for casual meals and entertaining, and this sociable space is accompanied by a configuration of stylish cabinetry, presented with a contemporary monochrome palette and equipped with an integrated oven, a gas hob, a stainless-steel splashback and a statement extractor hood. The practical design incorporates space for a fridge/freezer and a washing machine and the kitchen also provides handy access to the rear garden and to an adjoining WC. Upstairs, two double bedrooms are tastefully presented and carpeted for comfort. The larger bedroom is accompanied by built-in storage and enjoys a sunny, open aspect, whilst the remaining bedroom is peacefully garden-facing. Completing the appealing home is a good-sized bathroom, featuring a three-piece suite with a shower-over-bath, all set against a backdrop of modern neutrally-toned décor and tiling. Gas central heating and double glazing are found throughout.
Externally, the home is accompanied by low-maintenance gardens; the child-friendly, enclosed rear garden being mostly laid to lawn. A driveway provides private parking for one car and further unrestricted on-street parking is available around the development.
Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings and the integrated kitchen appliances.
• Modern mid-terraced house
• Generous reception space
• Contemporary dining kitchen
• Two double bedrooms
• Food-sized family bathroom
• Handy ground-floor WC
• Low-maintenance gardens
• Private single driveway
• GCH and DG
The History of Arbroath
Arbroath is a former Royal Burgh and the largest town in the council area of Angus in Scotland. It has a population of around 23,000 and lies on the North Sea coast, around sixteen miles east of Dundee and forty-five miles south of Aberdeen.
While there is evidence for settlement in the area now occupied by the town that dates to the Iron Age. Arbroaths history as a town begins in the Middle Ages with the founding of Arbroath Abbey in 1178. Arbroath grew considerably during the Industrial Revolution owing to the expansion of firstly the flax and secondly the jute industries and the engineering sector. The new harbour was built in 1839 and by the 20th century, Arbroath had become one of the largest fishing ports in Scotland.
The town is notable as the home of the Declaration of Arbroath, as well as the Arbroath Smokie. Its football team Arbroath FC holding the world record for highest number of goals in a professional football match, 36-0 against Aberdeen Bon Accord in the Scottish Cup in 1885.