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29 Blantyre Street, Elgin, Moray, IV30 4DW

£110,000 Fixed Price - Sold
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Property Details

  • Type: Apartment, Flat, Flat / Apartment
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Parking: Driveway, Off Road Parking
  • Outside Space: Private gardens
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Council Tax Band: A

Property Features

  • Popular residential location
  • Bright and spacious 2-bed flat
  • Close to parks, schools and healthcare
  • Including white goods
  • Superb first time buy

Property Summary

Situated in the ever-popular Bishopmill area of Elgin, 29 Blantyre Street is within walking distance of Elgin Academy; Bishopmill and Seafield Primary Schools as well as supermarkets,  Cooper Park, local library, Moray Leisure Centre, Elgin City Football Club, bus station and the city centre.  Health care and other services are within easy reach as are public transport links.

Entry to this bright 2-bedroom upper flat is through a wooden door, with a glass panel, into a small vestibule which includes the electrical consumer unit and wooden coat hooks. Laminate flooring. The carpeted stairs, which have a turn and a wooden handrail, provide access to all accommodation.  There is a window at the top of the stairs which provides natural light. The upper landing is L-shaped and is carpeted.  Radiator.  On the landing there is a storage cupboard, which has shelving.  The loft access hatch is located above the landing and the loft is insulated and partially floored.

Living Room (3.7m x 4.4m)

There is a large window looking out to the front garden.  A wooden alcove, with shelving and a little cupboard underneath, creates an attractive feature and provides handy storage.  A centrepiece of the living room is the gas fire, which has a marble hearth and wooden surround.  Radiator. Carpet.  Vertical blinds, curtain pole and curtains.   There is access to a bedroom via a door in the living room.

Kitchen (3.2m x 1.9m)

The kitchen contains all white goods, including washing machine, fridge and freezer, integral oven, gas hob inset to the countertop, with an extractor fan. Above the hob there is a glass backsplash.  Upper and lower cabinets provide plenty of storage space.  The kitchen is dual-aspect and benefits from natural light streaming in the 2 windows.  Wall-mounted gas central heating boiler, which has recently been serviced.  Vertical blinds on each window.  Laminate flooring.

Bedroom 1 (3.6m x 3.6m)

A large, bright, double bedroom with a window to the rear garden, with a wooden windowsill. Radiator, carpet, vertical blinds, curtain pole.  A deep built-in cupboard with a hanging rail and shelf, providing great storage space.

Bedroom 2 (3.0m x 3.7m at widest)

A slightly L-shaped room, entered via a door from the living room.  Window to the rear with vertical blinds and a curtain pole.  Built-in double wardrobe with hanging space and shelving and sliding mirrored doors.  Carpet. Radiator.

Bathroom (2.3m x 1.4m)

The bathroom is fitted with wet-walling to 3 of the walls, with a speckle of glitter.  The 3-piece, white, suite comprises a pedestal wash hand basin, WC and bath with an electric shower above.  Mains taps on the bath. Wall-mounted toilet roll holder, wall-mounted handrail and wall-mounted cabinet/mirror.  Wood-effect laminate flooring.  Radiator.

Outside Area

The property owns the large driveway with double gates, which is laid to stone-chips and large enough to park at least 3 cars.  Large wooden shed.  The rest of the garden is also laid to stone chips.  Additional parking is at the front of the property on a very quiet road.

Elgin is the largest community and the administrative/commercial centre of Moray.  Elgin is conveniently connected by road and rail to Inverness, Aberdeen and beyond. The A96 runs through Elgin and the train station, on the ScotRail Network, is just a ten-minute walk from the town centre. The bus station is also centrally located and is the region’s main transfer hub.  The high street boasts classical architecture and is abuzz with coffee shops, independent shops and a variety of local services.  A separate retail park is home to some well-known, larger retailers.  Nestled in the world-famous whisky region, Elgin lies on the south coast of the Moray Firth roughly midway between Inverness and Aberdeen and straddles the River Lossie.  Elgin offers many pleasant characteristics, breathtaking scenery and a number of local distilleries including Glen Moray and Gordon & MacPhail, and Elgin is also home to the famous Walkers shortbread.