For viewings please [use Contact Agent Button] : We are delighted to offer this recently refurbished one bedroom first floor flat in a traditional tenement block enjoying a sought after central location within Dundee. This property suits ideally a first time buyer as well as the seasoned Buy-To-Let investor and is brought to the market 5% below valuation. Its location is in walking distance to the city centre.
Upon entering the flat the welcoming hallway is neutrally decorated and provides ample space for jackets and shoes. The electric meter and consumer unit are located overhead next to the flat’s entrance door. Since all rooms are being accessed off this centrally located room, following the newly laid laminate floor it invites immediately into the lounge.
This freshly decorated bright lounge is awaiting its new owners and guests with plenty space for free standing furniture. The tall window provides ample natural light into the living area. Next to the door is a wall mounted radiator to transform the living space into a cosy home in next to nothing. Also currently not set up as such, in the lounge window is a perfect spot for a small dining table to entertain your guests.
The newly fitted kitchen provides ample worktop surface for cooking preparation, a stainless steel sink, ceramic hob, built-under electric oven, stainless steel extractor hood and the space for a freestanding fridge freezer. Under the worktop there is also space for another fridge, or freezer, or in fact for a dish washer. Additional storage, if required, is available in the fitted cupboard to the left upon entering the kitchen. This is also where the hot water tank is stored. The window next to the sink provides ample natural light during the day; at night the spot lights ensure perfect lighting for the preparation of these tasteful delights for your guests.
Immediately opposite the flat’s entrance door is the neutrally decorated shower room with a white three piece suite, electric shower, fantastic glass shower door and freshly lined wet walls. The towel rail radiator next to the door creates the cosy warm feeling, while additionally to the window, the recessed spotlights provide ample light.
For your household requirements there is a utility room opposite the main bedroom. This is where the dirty laundry basket and the washing machine are kept. But due to its size, this room also serves for your additional storage requirements, such as the common ironing board, hoover, luggage etc. as well as for the more exciting large items you might have, including bikes and skiing equipment.
Finally the generously proportioned and bright double bedroom comes with a tall window overlooking the rear garden. A built-in wardrobe with mirrored doors is next to the bedroom’s door and comes with hanging space and shelving. The wall mounted radiator is conveniently located next to the bed.
Additional notes: Ample free on-street parking available to the front of the property, shared communal garden to the rear, uPVC double glazed throughout, all items of furniture available on separate negotiation;
Gross internal floor area (m²) - 41 m2
EPC Rating – D
Brown Constable Street is ideally located just a short walking distance from Dundee City Centre with the ease of access to a number of local amenities including schools, shops, regular commuter bus route, Dundee City Centre amenities and Universities.
Dundee, the City of Discovery, is the fourth largest city in Scotland and is situated on the north shore of the River Tay. The city has undergone an ambitious transformation over the past decade and major investment continues in the shape of revitalisation of the Waterfront, spearheaded by the recently opened V&A ‘Museum of Design Dundee’, the Slessor Gardens and civic amenities including hotels, shops and leisure facilities. With award-winning universities and colleges, leading cultural venues, Ninewells Hospital and businesses at the cutting edge of technology, the re-invented Dundee - the UNESCO City of Design 2014 - is very much a 21st Century city, building on a rich cultural and industrial heritage. Dundee, and nearby Invergowrie at the gateway to the Carse of Gowrie, has confirmed its status as a regional hub brimming with vitality. With a population around the 150,000 mark living in the shadow of The Law, the one-time centre of "jute, jam and journalism" is embracing an era of change. Dundee benefits from excellent transport links with a main line railway, airport and the A90 trunk road from Edinburgh to Aberdeen.