Offers Over
Old Mill Courtyard, Bridge Of Earn, Perthshire, PH2 9SY

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

Old Mill Courtyard
Bridge Of Earn

Share this with your friends
Clyde Property Website

HD Property Video Available. Presented in superb condition thought is this attractive two bedroom top floor apartment benefitting from pleasant views across the village and towards the hills.

The property has been tastefully modernised and styled in light, neutral tones and enjoys ample natural light and generous room proportions.

Entry to the apartment is from the rear of the building and not through the main communal area. The entrance is clean and tidy and benefits from a secure door system. Externally there is on-street parking available outside the building with a designated parking spaces to the side and back of the propriety.

Accommodation in full comprises; entrance vestibule, welcoming central hallway with two storage cupboards, impressive sitting room, newly updated dining sized kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted units and dining recess, two generous double bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes and a well appointed bathroom with three piece suite and over bath shower.

The village of Bridge of Earn hosts a number of local shops including a supermarket, hairdressers and pharmacy all within walking distance of the property. The motorway network sits at the far end of the village providing excellent commuting access. EPC - C More >

See & Make Comments

Long Flowering Plants

Ken Cox from Glendoick Garden Centre discusses long flowering plants that will just keep on flowering throughout the year; right through from Summer to Winter.

Growing Beautiful Camellias

Ken Cox, Small City Gardens columnist gives his expert advice on growing beautiful camellias.

Pieris and Photinia

Our resident #SmallCityGardenExpert Ken Cox from Glendoick Garden Centre gives us the lowdown on evergreen plants and all the different varieties that are in season right now.

Growing Fruit and Vegetables in Scotland

ken Cox gives us his expert advice and tips on how to grow your own tasty fruit and vegetables in Scotland.

Holly MacDonald

When we all come together to produce the amazing small city food and drink mags, that's a proud moment -  we don't call ourselves the A-team for nothing!

Cain Martin

Cain Martin is a freelance Graphic Designer based in Glasgow that helps up with design work and to do our printed food and drink magazines.

Colin McSloy

It’s great to go out with a friend, have a few drinks, watch some great live music and get to call it work!

Alice Gall

Alice Gall is our resident small City Family Columnist and is always going out and about in Perth and wider Perthshire reviewing family activities!

Skinny Molly- Sweet Home Alabanter!

Our music reviewer Colin headed to the wilds of Kinross to see Skinny Molly play Backstage at the Kinross Green Hotel.  Southern Rock abounds!

Abby Gordon

This week we catch up with beauty therapist, business owner extraordinaire Abby Gordon!