A striking blend of traditional architecture and contemporary detail and finishes.
Tay View is a stunning collection of just 7 riverside apartments, the building itself has been skilfully restored and converted into modern open living spaces. The interior has been cleverly designed with contemporary finishes and, in many a neutral, open plan décor.
With superb views over the picturesque River Tay, Tay View Apartments are located within one of Perth’s most sought after designated conservation areas and has the added advantage of being within walking distance to the centre.
If you are ready to take your first step on the property ladder, are looking to downsize or are seeking an investment opportunity, Tay View Apartments have been designed to reflect all the benefits of modern living.
With breathtaking views overlooking the River Tay, allowing for an enviable overspill of natural light.
Tay View has the perfect location; situated on the beautiful Tay Street promenade next to the River Tay. It provides a striking mix of Victorian architecture and contemporary finished properties. Within the local area you are met with an unmistakable sense of community, whether to the shops, schools or nearby parks.
Enjoying a premier position, these stylish and elegant apartments are located adjacent to the River Tay on the Tay Street Promenade and framed by two grand public parks, Friarton Island and North Inch Golf Course. Perth is awash with scenic glens, museums, art galleries, distilleries, entertainment venues and a palace, along with some hidden gems.
From this location it’s easy to appreciate Perth town centre, renowned for a full spectrum of amenities including one-off boutiques, coffee houses, bars and restaurants.
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A few things about this property:
- First floor apartment
- 2 bedrooms
- Spacious accommodation
The finer detail:
- Sought after location
- Beautifully finished
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.