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Chapelhill , Glencarse , Perthshire , PH2 7NL

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**HR VALUE £350,000** HD Property Video Available. Presented to the market in immaculate condition throughout is this impressive three bedroom detached bungalow with double garage, summer house and fantastic open views over the surrounding countryside.

Carseview is quietly located on the fringe of the village of St.Madoes and is ideal for easy access to the A9 dual carriageway to Perth and Dundee city centre and the remainder of the central belt. There are local amenities within the villages of St.Madoes, Glencarse and Errol. Within St.Madoes village there is a shop and reputable Primary school. Secondary schooling can be found in Perth and Dundee. The property also provides easy access to Ninewells hospital, PRI, Dundee and Edinburgh airport.

Accommodation is formed over one level and comprises; a very bright and welcoming entrance hallway incorporating dining area and providing access to all accommodation, tastefully decorated sitting room with dual aspect windows to the front and side, impressive fully fitted dining kitchen with a range of modern wall and base units plus contrasting work surfaces, tiling between and integrated Neff appliances, useful utility room, three generous double bedrooms, shower room fitted with a white suite comprising WC semi pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle and a well appointed family bathroom fitted with a white suite comprising of W.C., semi pedestal wash hand basin, curved bath with attractive recessed shelving and shower cubicle completes the accommodation.

The property is situated within approximately half an acre of well maintained garden grounds which are enclosed with a mixture of hedging and timber fencing. The front garden is predominately laid to lawn with attractive planted borders. Large sweeping driveway providing access for a number of vehicles leading to the detached double garage with power and external tap. To the rear and side of the property there are further areas of garden grounds which are predominately laid to lawn. The fantastic detached summer house offers an ideal place for relaxation and socialising. Within the garden grounds there are paved patio areas allowing the opportunity to absorb the magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. There are also two further timber sheds. EPC - E

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