We are pleased to bring to the market this 2 bedroom terraced villa. Situated in a quiet residential area this lovely house offers spacious accommodation which has been well maintained and modernised by the current owner.
The entrance porch gives access to the large kitchen/diner, fitted with high gloss units and black work tops there is an integrated double oven and hob with space for a fridge/freezer. This dual aspect room is bright and airy with space for both a dining table and seating area. The large living room is a comfortable space accessed from the kitchen and situated at the front of the property. Moving to the back of the house the rear hall, with two storage cupboards, provides access to the back garden and outbuilding that has been plumbed and fitted with electricity and is currently used as a laundry room. Upstairs the landing has an additional three cupboards. Both bedrooms are large doubles, face the front of the property and have fitted wardrobes. The newly fitted shower room has a double size shower cubicle and smart vanity unit. The house benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
Outside, the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower borders and patio. The back courtyard has an additional shed and space for drying laundry.
Living Room: 4.27m x 3.28m (14' x 10'9") approx.
Kitchen / Diner: 6.42m x 2.91m (21' x 9'6") approx.
Bedroom 1: 4.31m x 2.93m (14'1" x 9'7") approx.
Bedroom 2: 3.45m x 3.28m (11'3" x 10'9") approx.
Bathroom: 1.90m x 1.86m (6'2" x 6'1") 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 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 third Laurencekirk junction. Follow the A937 into the High Street. After Kinnear Square on your right Provost Robson Drive is the first junction on the left. Follow the road all the way to the bottom passing Mearns Drive and Mearns Walk. At the very bottom turn right and number 68 is on the left hand side, the second house in the terrace.