91/93 High Street Edzell, Brechin, DD9 7TA

Aspc ref: 355956

Price around £175,000

3 Bedrooms 2 PublicRooms 1 Bathrooms 75 m2 EPC D

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3 Bdrm Terraced Dwellhouse with Shop premises (currently a functioning Charity Shop). V/bule. Hall. Sun lounge. Cloakrm with wc. 1st flr: Lounge. Dining kitch. 3 Bdrms. Shower rm. Garden. Garage. Parking. Price around £175,000 Entry by arr. Viewing contact solicitors. (EPC band - D).


The village of Edzell is situated between Aberdeen and Dundee and within easy commuting distance of Brechin, Montrose, and the A90 dual carriageway. It has its own primary school, with easy commuting access to various secondary schools in the area. There is a health clinic and pharmacy in the village as well as a range of local shops and 2 hotels, one of which has its own leisure complex. The proximity of Brechin which is within 6 miles is an added bonus. The county of Angus offers an unrivalled range of leisure pursuits for the active family with hillwalking, hunting and fishing being available widely throughout the area. The “Glens” and the Cairngorm National Park are an attraction for the outdoor enthusiast. Golfers fare particularly well with a wide range of courses on offer from the championship courses at Carnoustie, St. Andrews, Kingsbarns and Gleneagles to the local courses in Brechin and Edzell.

The property was built around 1900 and it has been well maintained over the years. The rooms are well proportioned and it offers great potential to the buyer with vision, taste, interior design skills and the cash and commitment to complete the project. The accommodation comprises entrance vestibule, central hallway, sun lounge and cloakroom/WC on the ground floor; while upstairs it comprises lounge, dining kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, a single bedroom and the shower room. On the ground floor there is a functioning charity shop which has traded in numerous forms over the years. The property benefits from gas central heating for economical heating costs. There is a single garage to the rear of the property and ample parking nearby. To the rear there is an easily kept garden. Early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the value for money offered by this substantial self-contained property


A solid timber door gives access to the entrance vestibule which leads directly through to the lower central hallway by way of a glazed door. This hallway gives access to the central stairway which leads to the living accommodation on the upper floor. A glazed door leads through to the rear hallway which gives access to the garden. The original timber facings and staircase are pleasing features. Stair lift.

Sun Lounge There is an external sun lounge which has been extended to the rear. It faces south and west and traps the summer sun. It is currently used for storage but it could be upgraded to provide a more functional public room.

Cloakroom/WC Small cloakroom/WC with white toilet and timber lining to dado level

Half Landing On the half landing there is a skylight which provides natural lighting. This area gives access to bedroom two and the shower room which are located to the rear of the property. A fitted wardrobe provides storage on shelving and a hanging rail.

Bedroom Two This is a bright and spacious double which is well presented. There is a window to the side which enjoys a pleasant southerly aspect over the gardens and rooftops of neighbouring homes.

Shower room Modern fitted shower room with white suite which comprises twin flush back to wall toilet, vanity style wash hand basin with low-level storage and wide shower cubicle with thermostatic shower fitment and front entry glazed enclosure. There is ceramic tiling to ceiling height around the cubicle on two walls, mirrored cabinet, heated towel rail.

Upper Landing Four steps lead up to the upper landing from the half landing. This area gives access to the accommodation to the front of the property. A skylight provides natural lighting, hanging rail provides storage for cloaks etc. A large shelved cupboard provides storage in the hallway, telephone point, a hatch gives access to the attic.

Lounge This is a bright and spacious public room which is located to the front of the property. There are two secondary glazed windows which overlook the High Street in an easterly direction and they overlook the Panmure Arms Hotel. There is an open fire with slate surround and hearth and timber mantle which acts as a focal point. TV point, original cornicing, pendant light fitment.

Kitchen The kitchen has been fitted with a range of floor mounted storage units with timber doors and “formica” worktops. The Hygena sink unit with stainless steel sink and drainer and low-level storage dates back to the earliest fitted kitchens. A window to the rear overlooks the garden in a westerly direction, extractor fan, vinyl flooring, ample space for every dining, fluorescent light fitment, freestanding New World gas cooker, space and plumbing for other white goods, a large larder cupboard provides useful storage.

Bedroom Three Located to the side of the property the third bedroom is a compact single which enjoys a pleasant aspect to the south. There is a small fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf as well as a fitted chest of drawers.

Bedroom One The master bedroom is a bright and spacious double which is located to the front of the property. There are coombed ceilings with original cornicing which add to this room’s charm. Aspect to the front, ample space for freestanding furniture, telephone point.

Central Heating A gas central heating system has been installed.

Garden The rear garden is enclosed by privet hedging and stone walls and consists of herbaceous borders which are extensively stocked and well kept. There is a small drying green with wash poles and a further area of garden with strawberry and raspberry plants. External lighting.

Garage Detached Marley type garage with up and over door and windows. There is vehicular access down the lane adjacent to the rear.

Shop There is a retail unit on the ground floor which is currently trading as the Edzell Village Improvement Society.
The front room is a retail area with a full width window configuration and the back shop is useful for storage and has a stainless steel sink unit. The floor area is believed to be in the region of 576 square feet or thereby. There was formerly a door leading from the lower hallway of the house directly into the shop. This was boarded over years ago but could be re-instated.

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