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Stormont Place, Scone, Perth, PH2 6SR

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Stormont Place
Scone
Perth
PH2 6SR

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HD Property Video Available. A pretty two bedroom semi detached bungalow situated within a quiet residential cul de sac requiring a degree of modernisation and upgrading whilst benefiting from off street parking and a single size semi detached garage. EPC - D

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