Pitheavlis Castle Gardens
HD Property Video Available. A charming one bedroom end of terraced bungalow with fantastic open views over the city and beyond all set within the desirable Craigie district of Perth.
An entrance hallway leads through to the impressive sitting room with a full height double windows overlooking the front of the property. Just off the sitting room is the attractive fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units. Off of the rear hallway is the generous double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and the recently refitted wet room fitted with walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin. The hallway benefits from two large storage cupboards and gives access to the rear garden. The property benefits from electric storage heating system and double glazing. Large loft with scope for extension subject to the necessary planning permissions.
Externally to the front, is a large private terrace which offers the perfect place to sit and enjoy the open views. To the rear the neat a well maintained gardens offer additional sitting area, summer house and drying area. Property also has a 16th share of a large communal lawn which is maintained by the council.
Perfectly placed, the property is just a few minute's walk from the town and country bus routes, 'Park & Ride' and main bus and railway stations. Perth city centre with its wide range of business, shopping and leisure amenities, includes restaurants, bars and Perth Concert Hall are all within pleasant walking distance. Access to the outer-ring motorway network is just a short drive away at Broxden roundabout, providing easy commuting to all major cities and airports in the central belt, and north. EPC - E
A few things about this property:
- One bedroom end of terraced bungalow
- Impressive sitting room
- Attractive fitted kitchen
- Recently re fitted wet room
The finer detail:
- Electric storage heating system
- Double glazing
- Well maintained gardens
- EPC - E
Perth, located on the banks of the River Tay in central Scotland, became Scotland’s seventh city in 2012. It remains a key transport hub for journeys by road and rail in Scotland, with motorway and rail links to Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow in the south and Aberdeen and Inverness in the north.
It has a population of 50,000 and has historically enjoyed a diverse and strong economy with a balance of large companies, public sector companies and self-employed businesses operating in the city. There are many primary and secondary schools to choose from in the area.
Perth city centre has a large pedestrianised shopping area, with excellent restaurants and bars around. There is an Imax cinema, leisure pool and gym and for arts, cultural events and concerts you can visit the Museum and Art Gallery and Perth Concert Hall. The North and South Inch Parklands and the banks of the River Tay are spots to relax and enjoy within the city. Outwith the city there is plenty of countryside to explore at spots like Kinnoull Hill and woodlands and you have easy access to some of the most striking scenery in Scotland. Scone Palace, one of the most popular visitor attractions in Perth, is just 2.8 miles from the city centre, with the adjacent Perth racecourse located in Scone Palace Park.