11 Maple Place, Blairgowrie, PH10 6UXProperty ID: 133261
A well presented spacious 2 bedroom detached bungalow with garage, private parking, large easily maintained enclosed front and rear gardens, summer house and greenhouse.
Within walking distance of the Blairgowrie town centre amenities and the Community Campus, this charming home (built in 2004) is in a quiet, well maintained residential area and would be perfect for either a young family or a couple wishing to downsize.
In a prominent position on a corner plot, the property is fronted by a mono bloc drive with sufficient space for 3 cars, the garage to one side and an enclosed mature front and side garden laid to lawn with stone chipped area.
Enter via the security front door protected by a storm canopy, into the large L-shaped hall from which access to all rooms is gained. A substantial living room, a large kitchen diner, 2 large double bedrooms one of which with an en suite shower room, the bathroom and a rear porch make up the interior of the house.
The large rear garden (with room for extending the house) laid to stone chips and featuring a summer house and greenhouse, is beautifully planted with mature shrubs and fruit trees. A side path to the front of the property is hedged with beech. A substantial, private and easily maintained garden.
EPC Rating: C
Council Tax Band: D
Benefitting from gas central heating and double glazing, the accommodation in detail comprises:
Entrance Hall with huge walk in cupboard
Living Room a large bright room with a bay window overlooking the front garden
Kitchen Diner very well proportioned and bright with wall and base units, gas hob, electric double oven, extractor, fridge and washing machine. Door to rear porch
Bedroom 1 overlooking the front is a large bright double room with fitted wardrobe
Bedroom 2 with a view of the rear garden is another good sized double room with fitted wardrobe and door to
En suite shower room with extractor fan
Located on the banks of the River Ericht, Blairgowrie is one of the largest towns in Perthshire and still retains a real charm. Famous for the soft fruit the area produces and the main start for the 60mile Cateran Trail, where walkers can follow the historic drove roads used by cattle rustlers, it is also the gateway to Glenshee and its year round sporting activities.