HD Property Video Available. A beautifully presented three bedroom mid-terraced villa enjoying open views within a popular residential area of Crieff.
Accommodation in full comprises; entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hallway, bay windowed sitting room with working fire, impressive open plan dining kitchen with additional sitting area, useful utility and cloakroom WC. The attractive original staircase leads to the upper level where there are three bedrooms with the master benefitting from an en suite shower room and a well appointed family bathroom.
The property is warmed by gas central heating and double glazed windows have been installed throughout. Externally there are good sized gardens to the front and rear.
Crieff offers good local amenities on the High street comprising of cafes, independent shops, a selection of restaurants, hospital and medical centre, renowned primary and secondary schools including the private Morrison Academy and Ardvreck school. Crieff has tourist attraction such as the Caithness glass and visitor centre and Glenturret Distillery. Outdoor activities include golf, fishing, walking and sailing at nearby Loch Earn. There is easy commuting to Perth via the A85 approximately a twenty minute drive and also to the A9 with the availability to travel north and south and to all major cities within the central belt of Scotland.
An ideal family home presented in move-in condition. Early viewing is recommended. EPC - C
A few things about this property:
- Mid-terraced villa
- Three bedrooms (master with en suite)
- Bay windowed sitting room with working fire
- Open plan dining kitchen
- Utility room
- Family bathroom
The finer detail:
- Gas central heating
- Double glazing
- Garden to the front and rear
- EPC - C
Crieff in Perth and Kinross, is a medium sized market town (population 7,368) that lies 17.8 miles (28km) west from Perth. The town lies on the A85 road between Perth and Crianlarich and on the A822 between Greenloaning and Aberfeldy, situated amongst spectacular scenery.
Victorian villas and more modern detached homes and terraces are common housing options and schools in the area include Morrison’s Academy and Crieff Primary.
The town has historically been a popular tourist destination, and there are plenty of attractions on offer today including The Famous Grouse Experience - the oldest distillery in Scotland and home of the famous tipple - with tours, tastings and events. For those looking to enjoy the beautiful countryside around there is the local MacRosty Park, walking, fishing, boating and canoeing on Loch Earn at St Fillans and hillwalking at nearby Glen Ledknock. The annual Crieff Highland Games continue to draw crowds each year and the Crieff Hydro Hotel, provides 4 star accommodation and self-catering holiday lets. The Crieff Hydro Leisure Club offers various membership packages to local residents too.