Sandford House

Montrose, Angus, DD10 9TJ

Offers Over £385,000

0.5 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

Reception Count icon 3

  • 3 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms
  • Well-proportioned bright family living accommodation
  • Well-tended enclosed garden hosting fruit trees and a number of well-stocked borders
  • Double garage with workshop
  • Impressive views over the surrounding countryside and the Montrose Basin

SITUATIONSandford House enjoys an attractive, rural situation within the county of Angus. The coastal town of Montrose is two miles to the northeast and offers a wealth of amenities including shops, hotels, restaurants, medical centre, cottage hospital, and train station. Locally, primary schooling is provided at Ferryden Primary, with secondary schooling being provided in Montrose. For private schooling, Lathallan is a 20-minute drive north and Dundee High School is a 40-minute drive south.The Montrose Basin, clearly visible from Sandford House, is an impressive nature reserve, home to over 100,000 migratory birds including Pink-footed Geese, Wigeon, and a variety of other waterfowl and waders. Montrose beachfront has undergone an impressive renovation in recent years, with nearby Lunan and St Cyrus beaches providing some of the northeast’s most idyllic beaches. The county provides an array of recreationalpursuits with excellent opportunities for hillwalking in the Angus Glens and quality fishing being available on both the North and South Esk rivers. For golfers, Montrose Links boasts two courses, whilst the championship course at Carnoustie Golf Links can be reached in half an hour by car. The cities of Dundee and Aberdeen both provide an extensive range of big city amenities, with Aberdeen hosting an international airport.DESCRIPTIONConstructed approximately 40 years ago, Sandford House is a high-quality home enjoying a particularly picturesque situation. The property provides spacious, bright living accommodation over one level. On entering through the front door, the hallway provides access to all rooms, with the formal dining room and lounge benefitting from double doors which can be opened to create a flowing entertaining space.The lounge boasts a cosy open fire, with full length windows providing uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside towards the Montrose Basin. The breakfasting kitchen, with AGA, has a delightful, bright south-facing aspect. The family room offers an opportunity for an additional bedroom or office space.The property has 3 double bedrooms (1 ensuite), and hosts a number of built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards. To the rear of the property is a practical utility/boot room, with an access door to the double garage and workshop area.ACCOMMODATIONThe accommodation over one floor comprises:Entrance vestibule, cloakroom with WC, lounge, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, family room, 3 double bedrooms, shower room and utility room.GARDEN AND GROUNDSThe garden is bound by established hedging which provides a good amount of shelter. The garden is predominately down to lawn and hosts fruit trees, along with a number of well-stocked borders, vegetable patch, and a greenhouse. There is a garden store integrated within the main house and a tarmacked driveway provides ample parking for a number of vehicles.