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Dunbar Court, Gleneagles, Perthshire, PH3 1SE

We have sold almost 50% more properties than any other agent or solicitor firm across the PH1 and PH2 area this year.

Dunbar Court

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UNFURNISHED/AVAILABLE NOVEMBER An immaculately presented, end terraced one bedroom house located within the grounds of the world renowned Gleneagles Hotel, just a short distance from Auchterarder in the County of Perthshire and close to all local amenities. The accommodation which has been refurbished to the highest of standards throughout comprises on the ground floor; good sized lounge with patio doors leading to garden and fully fitted kitchen offering a new range of base and wall mounted units and contrasting work surfaces. On the upper floor is the double bedroom boasting storage and the newly fitted bathroom. Externally there is a well maintained, landscaped communal garden, private parking and two outdoor storage cupboards. Properties of this nature are extremely rare to the market and viewing is highly recommended. Electric Heating and Double Glazing. LANDLORD REGISTRATION NUMBER: 223245/340/31311 EPC-E More >

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