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25 Carrington Terrace, Crieff, Perthshire, PH7 4DY

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25 Carrington Terrace

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Presented in superb condition throughout and offering notably bright and
generous accommodation is this beautiful four bedroom, two public room
semi-detached Victorian villa benefitting from gas central heating, double
glazing, off-street parking, private garden grounds and some simply
stunning panoramic views.
Having been lovingly maintained and extended, Dunmore is a particularly
fine example of a property of this era and whilst being extensively
modernised to cater for the needs of modern living, it retains a high degree
of character with many charming original features.
The property also enjoys a very peaceful yet convenient location within
the town and is well within walking distance of the numerous shops, cafes,
restaurants and amenities within Crieff.
To the front of the property there is an entrance
vestibule with mosaic tiled floor and double doors
leading into a central hallway. The elegant lounge
boasts a large bay window which fully capitalises on
the superb views and provides a wealth of natural
light to the room. The lounge also has a recently
fitted wood burning stove. Off of the lounge there
is a very spacious family room with vaulted ceiling
and which also enjoys a pleasant outlook. To the
rear of the property is a large dining kitchen fitted
with plenty of base and wall units and multi-fuel
stove. From the kitchen there is access to a fully tiled
modern shower room with WC. A porch provides
additional access into the kitchen. Also located on
the ground floor is a generous double bedroom. On
the half-landing there is a modern family bathroom.
On the first floor are two spacious double bedrooms
and a further bedroom which is currently used as
a home office. Storage is provided by wall presses
in public rooms and bedrooms and there is also
an under stairs cupboard. The fully floored and
insulated attic space with lighting is accessed by a
Ramsay ladder from the upper landing.
To the rear of the property, a driveway provides offstreet
parking and has steps down to a courtyard
garden, log store and shed housing the gas boiler.
To the front of the property there is a larger mature
terraced garden laid with lawn which provides an
ideal place to relax or entertain and enjoy the views. EPC - D More >

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