VESTIBULE, HALL, LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN, SUN ROOM, 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ENSUITE WET ROOM, BATHROOM,GAS CENTRAL HEATING, DOUBLE GLAZING, DRIVEWAY, TERRACED GARDEN, PATIO, TIMBER SHED, PEACEFUL LOCATION, CLOSE TO LOCAL AMENITIES
Delightful detached Bungalow in prime peaceful location with huge potential. This property would benefit from a programme of modernisation and upgrading and will make a versatile family home. Early viewing highly recommended.
This detached bungalow enjoys a prime peaceful location within the much sought after and popular village of Scone. There are a wide range of local amenities including shops, library, bank, doctors' surgery, pubs and restaurants, the Robert Douglas Memorial School with its excellent reputation, parklands close by for walking and there is a new post office available at Bridgend. Perth city centre some 3 miles away offers a wider range of business, shopping and leisure facilities all within pleasant walking distance. There is also a frequent bus service including the 'Park & Ride' service linking Scone to Perth and beyond. Access to the outer-ring motorway network is just a short drive away offering easy commuting to all major cities and airports in the central belt, and north.
This delightful property would benefit from modernisation and upgrading and enjoys a peaceful location. Access is via an original door to the vestibule with quarry tiled flooring and has an 8-pane opaque glazed door opening to a T shaped hall with an archway, feature skylight and loft access.
The light and spacious living room has a feature tiled fireplace with coal effect gas fire, a recessed alcove to the side and a large bay window to the front with rooftop views. The kitchen with clothes pulley is currently fitted with a range of oak effect wall and base units with contrasting laminate worktops, tiled splash back and tile effect laminate flooring which continues into the sunroom. Appliances include a free-standing electric oven with ceramic hob, dishwasher, automatic washing machine, larder freezer and upright fridge. A peaceful sunroom with a free-standing tumble dryer is a great space for relaxing whilst enjoying your morning cuppa.
The master bedroom at the front of the property has a bay window allowing plenty of natural light, it has a built in double wardrobe and an ensuite wet room with an electric shower, non-slip flooring, wet wall panels and a chrome heated towel rail. There are 2 further double bedrooms, one has a window to the side of the property and ample space for furniture, the second has a window to the rear and a built-in single wardrobe with shelving and hanging space. The partially tiled family bathroom has a bath, wash hand basin and chrome heated towel rail. Gas central heating is installed, all windows are double glazed and there is ample storage available.
This spacious property enjoys a peaceful setting in a popular street close to all local amenities. It has huge potential and would benefit from a programme of renovation and upgrading and will make a versatile family home with scope to extend, subject to relevant planning permission being sought. It is likely to appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers given its location and potential therefore early viewing is very highly recommended.
Home Report valuation £190,000.
Externally the property enjoys a tiered garden to the front which is currently laid to pea chipped stone for easy maintenance and is interspersed with shrubs and bushes with stairs and path to the front door. A steep large driveway to the side provides ample off-street parking. The suntrap peaceful terraced garden to the rear is a blank canvas with mature apple trees, a flagstone patio and wooded backdrop. There is a ramp to the sunroom for disabled access, a timber shed providing storage and drying lines.
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, curtains, blinds, and light fittings in the sale, together with the appliances as stated in the schedule.
VESTIBULE 3’9” x 3’9” 1.14m x 1.14m approx.
T-SHAPED HALL 11’3” x 3’8” x 15’1” x 7’2” 3.43m x 1.12m x 4.60m x 2.18m approx.
LIVING ROOM 14’3” x 13’6” 4.34m x 4.11m approx.
MASTER 13’6” x 15’5” 4.11m x 4.70m approx.
ENSUITE 5’8” x 5’5” 1.73m x 1.65m approx.
BEDROOM 2 14’5” x 10’7” 4.39m x 3.23m approx.
BEDROOM 3 10’8” x 8’5” 3.25m x 2.57m approx.
KITCHEN 14’5” x 7’3” 4.39m x 2.21m approx.
SUNROOM 9’9” x 7’2” 2.97m x 2.18m approx.
BATHROOM 7’ x 6’2” 2.12m x 1.88m approx.
HOME REPORT ACCESS:
Postcode: PH2 6QY
From Bridgend take the right fork at the traffic light towards Scone. On entering the village continue through Scone past Tesco, take the first turning on the right after the traffic lights onto Myrtle Road. Number 13 is on the left-hand side and is clearly marked by our For Sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band E.
EPC Rating: Band F.
To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.
To View: Contact PSPC 01738 635301.
PSPC opens 7 days a week.
McCash & Hunter Ref: AD/MP/ MYRTLE
PSPC Area: Scone.
|Public Rooms: 1||Bedrooms: 3|
|Bathrooms:||Central Heating: Gas|
|Windows: Double Glazed||Garage:|
|Garden: Private||EPC: F|
|Council Tax Band: E||McCash and Hunter Reference: AD/MP/MYRTLE|
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Although these particulars are believed to be accurate they are intended only to give a general description of the property. Their accuracy is not warranted and they do not form part of an offer to sell.