A dreary-looking two-bedroom house has gone on sale in Dundee for bids of more than £100,000, but there’s one unique feature.
the house in happy hill road has been mocked for the lack of windows in the front of the house.
Even though double glazed windows are one of its key features in RightMoveall property windows seem to be in the back.
The sad-looking row house actually has a fairly modern interior.
The property has two large bedrooms (with windows), a large open plan living room with patio doors leading to a private garden and a modern style kitchen.
Upstairs there is a modern bathroom and a large closet next to the two bedrooms.
Other property features include electric heat and off street parking.
It is also close to several rail stations with Broughty Ferry Station 2.3 miles away, Dundee Station 2.5 miles away and Balmossie Station 3.4 miles away.
There are also several local schools nearby, as well as recreational activities including a movie theater, community sports center, and mini shopping complex.
A short walk from the property is Drumgeith Park and there is also a football pitch nearby.
It is currently on the market for Rosie Fraser Real Estate in Dundee who recommends early viewings to get in touch.
Property can be viewed on Rightmove here where the contact details of the real estate agent are available.
Meanwhile, a elegant flat with a particularly unique feature is on the market in a Scottish town.
Sometimes properties surprise him and that’s exactly the case with this three-bedroom period flat in Johnstone, Renfrewshire.
the current owner they renovated the third bedroom and added a touch of their own personality.
and a 16 century castle with its own helipad and maze is on the market for £3.5m, and sellers said potential buyers shouldn’t worry about heating it up.
Myres Castle, listed B, near Auchtermuchty, Fifeit has ten en-suite bedrooms, a billiard room, 45 acres of grounds, a walled garden, and a three-bedroom cottage.
It is currently used as a luxury. wedding place, but the listing agents said it could be a ‘wonderful’ family home.
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