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Admiralty Wood, Almondbank, Perthshire, PH1 3XW

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HD Property Video Available. A fantastic opportunity to purchase a spacious detached villa positioned within a quiet cul-de-sac in a sought after residential development.

Armiralty Wood sits in Almondbank, a popular village near the western outskirts of the city of Perth. There are local amenities including a post office, village pub and commuter bus services plus straight forward access onto arterial roads linking to the Perth city bypass.

This property can be described as being in a move in condition. The garage has been converted to provide an additional double bedroom however this space is very flexible and could easily provide additional reception space. The comfortable lounge has benefitted from the installation of a wood burning stove. The impressive sun room also with feature stove has a good level of privacy and is accessed from the dining room, this again is an adaptable room suitable as a formal dining room with a great backdrop onto the surrounding gardens. There are five bedrooms in total all good sized double rooms with the master benefitting from an en suite shower room. There is a modern shower room on the ground floor and well appointed main bathroom on the upper level. The house is heated by gas fired central heating and double glazed windows have been installed.

Externally there are well-tended, easily maintained gardens, comprising large sun deck which currently holds a hot tub which may be available through separate negotiation, raised vegetable beds, mature plant & flower borders. There is also a sizeable lawned area and room for storage sheds. To the front of the house there is a good sized driveway. EPC - D More >

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