HD Property Video Available. Presented to the market in excellent condition throughout is this generously proportioned traditional one bedroom, maisonette apartment with private sun terrace enjoying a central location within Perth's city centre.
The building itself is C listed and was purpose-built for Magnus Jackson as a photographic studio. Jackson was one of Perth's foremost early Victorian photographers whose large collection of surviving glass negatives provides a valuable portrait of the life of Perth and Perthshire between 1858 and 1890. After training in London, Jackson returned to Perth during the 1850s and set up a photographic studio in Marshall Place. In 1884 Magnus moved to this grander, purpose-built studio premises at 62 Princes Street. The studio occupied the upper floors with his shop to the ground floor right.
Accommodation is formed over two levels and comprises; welcoming reception hallway, bright open plan living and dining area which features a modern fitted kitchen. Upstairs there is a generous double bedroom and a well appointed shower room. One of the main features of the property is the private and sheltered terrace which offers the perfect place for outdoor entertaining. The property is heated by gas central heating.
Princes Street is Ideally situated for all city centre facilities and services, this property is located on the edge of the shopping areas towards the South Inch Parklands. Perth city centre has a number of amenities including High Street shops, boutiques, supermarkets, restaurants, bars and leisure attractions and this particular property is well located to take full advantage of all amenities on offer. EPC - E More >