Watch Property5 Ardbeg, Moness Terrace, Aberfeldy PH15 2AD

2 Bed First & Second Floor Maisonette - Offers Over £130,000

Property Description

We are delighted to bring to the market this desirable two bedroom maisonette located in a peaceful part of Aberfeldy.

The property benefits from having its own main door access and is located over the first and second floors of the building. It is accessed at the rear of the building via a stone stair up to the private door which opens directly into a small vestibule leading to an attractive and spacious hallway with under stair cupboards.  The first floor consists a good sized living room, kitchen/dining room, single bedroom and bathroom.  The upper floor has a double bedroom and landing area which could be utilised as a study space.

The elevated position of the flat ensures that it enjoys views of the surrounding hills and is not overlooked. The property has gas central heating with a combi boiler and double glazing.

Externally there is a small storage space at the bottom of the stone steps.  The flat further benefits from having a private garden situated within the ground at the rear of the building.

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: A
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • PSPC Ref: 961962
  • Vestibule (4' 3" x 3' 3") or (1.30m x 1.00m)
  • Entrance Hall (11' 10" x 5' 7") or (3.60m x 1.70m)
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (39' 4" x 39' 1") or (12.00m x 11.90m)
  • Living Room (12' 2" x 11' 10") or (3.70m x 3.60m)
  • Bedroom 1 (7' 10" x 7' 7") or (2.40m x 2.30m)
  • Hallway (11' 6" x 3' 3") or (3.50m x 1.00m)
  • Bathroom (7' 10" x 7' 7") or (2.40m x 2.30m)
  • Bedroom 2 (12' 2" x 11' 6") or (3.70m x 3.50m)
  • Landing (6' 7" x 5' 11") or (2.00m x 1.80m)
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