16 North Latch Road, Brechin, Angus, DD9
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- Home Report valuation £385,000
- Well located, modern and attractive townhouse
- Bespoke kitchen interlinking with living room, dining room and sitting room
- Ideal for modern family living and entertaining
- Garden with decking and integral double garage
- EPC Rating = C
16 North Latch Road is a fine modern town house. Originally one of a pair of houses built in 2004, it has since been extended to the rear, creating the living room and dining room, which link to the garden. In addition the garage was also extended to provide some extra storage. It is an attractive and well laid out house which was acquired new by the sellers. It is a detached house which is harled with some Fyfestone finishings and a tiled roof, although the extension has a slate roof. Particular care was given in its design to ensure that it is ideal for modern family living and for entertaining. The living room and the dining room are adjoining, with the dining room opening to the well proportioned sitting room and the living room linking to the fully fitted kitchen. Other downstairs accommodation includes a useful utility room and a WC. Upstairs is a family room, which could have potential as an office, or could be created into another bedroom, possibly with an en suite, subject to obtaining any necessary planning consents. Off the main landing are four bedrooms, one with an en suite, and a family bathroom. The house is fully double glazed and benefits from gas central heating, with running costs being reduced by roof mounted solar panels.
A short block paved driveway with low level lighting leads to parking at the front of the house. A partially glazed wooden front door opens to an entrance vestibule with an inner glazed door opening into the hallway. This has stairs to the first floor and an understair storage cupboard. Both the kitchen and sitting room can be accessed from the hallway. The spacious sitting room has a square bay window, together with two wall lights and a display shelf. Double opening glazed doors lead through to the dining room, which overlooks the garden and also shares a warming bio fuel fire with the adjoining living room and has a door to the garden. In turn the living room links through to the fully fitted and bespoke kitchen. This has wall and floor units with soft closing drawers and ample space for informal dining. Fitted appliances include a Diplomat dishwasher, Stoves range cooker (with double oven, grill, five gas burners and griddle), and a CDA American style fridge freezer with water and ice dispenser. Beyond is a useful utility room, again with wall and floor units with tiled splashbacks, which is plumbed for a washing machine, has space for a dryer, and has a door through to the garage. Also off the hallway is a downstairs WC with a circular Roca washbasin.
Stairs lead up to the first floor and then split to the good sized family room, before continuing on to the landing which has a shelved cupboard. Bedroom one has built in hanging and shelved wardrobes and a partially tiled en suite bathroom with corner spa bath, shower cubicle, washbasin with vanity unit and a WC. Bedrooms two, three and four all have wardrobes, while the family bathroom has a bath, shower cubicle, pedestal washbasin, WC and a shelved storage cupboard.
The integral double garage has an auto roller floor, wall mounted Worcester boiler, water, power and light, together with a useful storage area. The garden in front of the house has lawn either side of the driveway and a shrub border. A paved path leads round the side of the house to the enclosed garden to the rear which again comprises a lawn and shrub border. This has both wooden and rubber decking, creating lovely seating and entertaining areas which are linked to the house. In addition there is a wooden summer house (3.5 m x 4.5 m) which is currently used as a studio / exercise room, with power and light. There is a wooden garden shed (2.4 m x 2.4 m).
16 North Latch Road is situated in a prestigious and well known residential area in Brechin. Maisondieu Primary School, the High School and the town centre are easily reached. Brechin is well served by local shops, business and leisure facilities together with nursery schools. There is a swimming pool at the new community campus. Private schooling is available at Lathallan (Johnshaven) and the High School of Dundee, both with dedicated bus services from the town.
Brechin lies within commuting distance of both Aberdeen and Dundee, which are easily reached by the nearby A90 dual carriageway. Each offers all the facilities expected of major centres. Journey times to Aberdeen and its airport have been much reduced by the new Western Peripheral Route, while Dundee, the City of Discovery, is renowned for its cultural facilities including the new V&A museum. Montrose and Laurencekirk have mainline railway stations with regular services to Aberdeen and the south, including a sleeper from Montrose. Aberdeen Airport provides a range of domestic and European flights and there are direct services from Dundee to London City and Belfast.
Brechin is well placed to take advantage of the many sporting pursuits the county of Angus has to offer. There are golf courses at Brechin, Edzell and Montrose together with the championship course at Carnoustie. Fishing is available on the nearby South and North Esks. The Angus Glens offer some of the best hill walking in eastern Scotland, together with skiing at Glenshee in the winter. There are popular and pleasant sandy beaches at Lunan Bay and at St Cyrus, which is a nature reserve, as is Montrose Basin. Brechin Equestrian Centre is close by.
Square Footage: 2,672 sq ft
Acreage: 0.22 Acres
From the south head north on the A90 dual carriageway and take the turning into Brechin (A935) passing the Brechin Castle Centre. On entering Brechin turn left after passing the Mechanics Institute into Airlie Street. Continue until the junction with Latch Road and North Latch Road. Turn left on to North Latch Road and the house will be seen on the right.
From the north head south on the A90 and take the turning into Brechin (B966) passing through Trinity. On entering Brechin turn right at the mini roundabout signposted to Little Brechin and Menmuir. Then take the second turning into Latch Road. Continue into North Latch Road and the house will be seen on the right.
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16 North Latch Road, Brechin, Angus, DD9
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Montrose Station7.7 miles
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