Accommodation: Entrance Hall, Lounge/Dining Room, Master Bedroom (currently being used as a Lounge), Ensuite Shower Room, Kitchen, further 2 Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Rear Gardens, Garage, Sheds and Outside Toilet.
Occupying a generous plot, we are pleased to bring to the market this charming end terraced cottage, situated with easy access to the High Street and within a 5 minute walk to the train station.
The property was refurbished by the current owners creating a comfortable family home whilst retaining a lot of original features. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout. As others in the street have done, the sizeable plot provides plenty of scope to extend, subject to relevant permissions.
The downstairs accommodation comprises a large bedroom, which is currently being used as a lounge, ensuite shower room, lounge/dining room and galley kitchen. 2 walk-in cupboards in the lounge/dining room provide plenty of storage space. Both rooms have working fireplaces and deep window ledges. The smart galley kitchen with oak effect units overlooks the well maintained rear garden.
Heading upstairs the quirky landing highlights the character of this house. There are 2 identical double bedrooms with bay windows and lovely original doors. From both of these bedrooms there are views of the nearby Memorial Park and also the Garvock Hills. The light and airy family bathroom is fitted with a white 3 piece suite with an electric shower over the bath.
The paved patio area leads into the large garden which is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders, mature shrubs and fruit trees. There is an outside toilet and log shed/wooden store. The green house may be available by separate negotiation. The garden is surrounded by a full height wooden fence for privacy. At the foot of the garden there is parking for 4-5 cars, a wooden garage and shed. This area is enclosed by brick wall and driveway gates.
Kitchen: 3.79m (12'5”) x 1.88m (6'2”)
Lounge / Dining Room: 4.99m (16'4”) x 3.83m (12'7”)
Master Bedroom: 4.97m (16'4”) x 2.86m (9'5”)
Ensuite Shower Room: 2.07m (6'9”) x 1.74m (5'9”)
Bedroom 2: 3.11m (10'2”) x 4.42m (14'6”)
Bedroom 3: 2.91m (9'7”) x 4.45m (14'7”)
Bathroom: 2.36m (7'9”) x 1.66m (5'5”)
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 modern primary school and traditional parks at each end of the town. There is secondary schooling at the newly built Mearns Academy, and a range of other facilities including modern 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 junction for Laurencekirk. Follow Aberdeen Road into the High Street and turn left onto Alma Place, take the first right onto Johnston Street. Number 22 is on the right hand side about half way down the street.