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17 Lethnot Road

Edzell, Brechin, Angus, DD9 7TG

Offers Over £295,000


  • 2 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms

  • Well-presented village house

  • Good sized reception space

  • Landscaped gardens

  • Garage & off street parking

  • Close to village centre & park

SITUATION
17 Lethnot Road is located within the popular and historic village of Edzell, situated between Strathmore and the Howe of the Mearns. Reached from the south through the distinctive Dalhousie Arch, there are a variety of amenities within walking …

SITUATION
17 Lethnot Road is located within the popular and historic village of Edzell, situated between Strathmore and the Howe of the Mearns. Reached from the south through the distinctive Dalhousie Arch, there are a variety of amenities within walking distance which include Edzell Muir Park and recreational space, primary school, coffee shops, Spar, post office, hotel and pubs. Other facilities include the memorial hall with the library, Edzell golf club and petrol station. This Georgian planned village has the ruins of Edzell Castle and beautiful walks by the River North Esk close by.

Surrounded by Angus countryside, there is easy access to the beaches on the east coast with many places to visit for those interested in walking, horse riding, cycling, sailing and water sports, fishing and enjoying wildlife. The Angus Glens are a short drive away and Glenshee ski centre is about 44 miles to the west, the Lecht ski centre 57 miles to the north and the Cairngorm National Park is located a short drive to the west.

The A90 is about 3.5 miles away where the cities of Dundee and Aberdeen can be reached by car and are within commutable distance. Dundee, Scotland’s fourth largest city, has a strong science base. Home to two universities, including one of the UK’s top medical schools. With the waterfront undergoing regeneration and the recently opened V&A museum, the city also has a selection of theatres, art galleries, museums and sporting facilities. Dundee provides excellent transport links with a main line railway station, bus station and airport with regular links to Stansted. Aberdeen is the oil capital of Europe and offers the retail, professional services, sporting and recreational facilities expected of a major city including a railway station to the UK’s major cities and an airport to national and international destinations

The village of Laurencekirk, about 9.5 miles to the east provides a range of day to day amenities including a supermarket, independent shops, a pub and mainline railway station with links to Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

DESCRIPTION
17 Lethnot Road is a desirable 4 bedroom family home with benefitting from good sized landscaped gardens. The front vestibule with tiled floor provides an area for coats and shoes which leads to the hall and reception rooms. The sitting room and dining room, both located to the front where there are views over the front garden and woodland beyond provide ideal space for family living and entertaining.

The breakfasting kitchen has a good range of wall and base units, with an integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, gas hob and electric oven and a door leads into the garden. The remaining accommodation on the ground floor includes a cloakroom, store, under stairs cupboard and a utility room with a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and garden access.

The first floor has 4 bedrooms, 3 of which benefit from having integrated wardrobes. The master bedroom, located to the rear with views on the gardens has an en-suite shower room. There is a family bathroom with a shower above the bath and a heated towel rail. The generous landing is naturally light and there is an airing cupboard.
There is an attached single garage with an up and over door and pedestrian access from the rear garden.

ACCOMMODATION
Ground Floor: Vestibule, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Cloakroom, Utility

First Floor: 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Airing Cupboard

GARDEN
The front garden is laid to lawn with an attractive stone wall and off street parking. The rear garden has been landscaped with a decked patio, lawn, garden shed, tap and side gate providing access to the front. Enclosed by a fence, the garden provides a high degree of privacy and benefits from a range of plants, shrubs, trees with the side return providing space for additional storage. The garden has been ideally laid out for easy maintenance and management for a family to enjoy.