Panmure Apartments, Plot 4, Tay Street,
Plot 4 is a main door end terraced bungalow style which is located on the North aspect of this impressive Victorian building and is accessed from Princes Street. Recent conversion has transformed this stunning building into 9 luxury dwellings. Plot 4 has generous room sizes with an open plan living/dining/kitchen, quality fully fitted German designer kitchen with integrated appliances, designer bathroom and master en-suite and two double bedrooms. There is private parking allocated to the front and South of the main building easily accessible from this property. There is a high external and internal finish and specification throughout with the added bonus of a small private and enclosed garden area.
The development has been sympathetically redesigned by local, long established company West Developments.
Located on the southern boundary of the Angus town of Monifieth, this popular location has straightforward road and rail links available for commuters to the surrounding employment centres in Dundee, Broughty Ferry and Arbroath. The links, beach front, shops, supermarket as well as a railway halt are within a reasonably short walking distance from the site. Monifieth Golf Course and Club House, an ideal venue for events, social and leisure pursuits, is located on the east most boundary of the grounds.
Viewing is strictly by appointment. Contact Thorntons New Homes Team email@example.com or telephone 01382 200099 to arrange. Whilst every care has been taken any illustrations shown within the marketing particulars or on the websites may vary slightly upon completion. Note: West Developments and Thorntons Property Services make every effort to ensure that all particulars are correct and up to date. The illustrations, floor plans and details shown are taken from the original plans and drawings for the development and are provided at this stage to give indications of the proposed layouts and finishings. These may alter during the construction and should be considered on that basis. The images with furniture have been virtually staged using computer generation.