We are pleased to bring to the market this delightful 2 bedroom cottage located in the heart of Laurencekirk. This recently refurbished property is immaculately presented in neutral tones and fitted with lovely oak Suffolk doors throughout.
The entrance hall leads to a super master bedroom and an additional double that looks out to the back garden, both these rooms are fitted with carpets. Also accessed from the hall is the spacious living room which, along with the hall and kitchen is fitted with wooden laminate flooring. Moving through to the back of the house is the kitchen, a bright room with new modern units incorporating integrated hob, oven, extractor fan and fridge/freezer. The bathroom, again newly fitted, has floor and wall tiles and has a smart white suite with an electric shower over the bath.
The big attic provides scope for extension as does the large back garden, subject to planning permission. The property has PVC double glazing and electric heating throughout.
The private garden is mostly laid to stone chippings with some borders and beds containing a selection of mature plants and shrubs. There is an outhouse perfect for storing gardening and outdoor equipment.
Living Room: 4.80m x 3.15m (15'8" x 10'4") approx.
Kitchen: 4.13m x 3.79m (13'6" x 12'5") approx.
Master Bedroom: 4.80m x 3.60m (15'8" x 11'9") approx.
Bedroom 2: 3.74m x 2.60m (12'3" x 8'6") approx.
Bathroom: 1.60m x 1.60m (5'2" x 5'2") approx.
Location Laurencekirk is an old market town which lies almost equidistant between Aberdeen and Dundee, directly adjacent to the A90 and with its own railway station offering Intercity travel it is a prime commuter spot. Laurencekirk is a growing and thriving community and has its own comprehensive range of facilities, together with further services at Stonehaven, Montrose and Brechin. However, it still retains the sense of a small community, and offers a high standard of living together with the benefits of rural surroundings, with the Angus Glens to the west, the beautiful beach and nature reserve of St. Cyrus to the east and winter sports to the north. Laurencekirk offers superb opportunities for family life, with nurseries, a primary school and traditional parks at each end of the town. There is secondary schooling at the modern Mearns Academy, and a range of other facilities including health centre and dental practice, a gym and a variety of eating establishments, shops and garages.
Directions From Aberdeen travel south on the A90 and turn right at the first Laurencekirk junction. Follow the A937 into the High Street and turn left into Alma Terrace which is just after the Royal Hotel on the right hand side. Johnston Street is the first on the right and No 16 is a short distance down the road on the right.