Sitting on Invergowrie Bay, the Pendicle has an outstanding location.
It is on the Waterside, a private lane running along the edge of the Tay on the edge of Invergowrie. Only a handful of other houses are clustered around the dead-end road, giving tremendous privacy and seclusion.
The detached Victorian house has its own access to the shorefront. Meanwhile, a two minute walk through the woods brings you to a gate that opens onto Invergowrie Station. You can stroll through the trees and get a train to Edinburgh or Dundee.
The Pendicle has an elevated site and fantastic views across the River Tay to Fife.
The living room has a wood burning stove and glazed doors to the back garden. The kitchen is adjacent and also has excellent views from a front facing window.
The master bedroom of the Pendicle is also on the ground floor. It has a bay window with river views, an en suite bathroom and plenty of storage.
Upstairs are two large double bedrooms, both with vistas over the water, and a family bathroom.
The rear garden has wonderful views over Invergowrie Bay. Sheltered by trees and spread over two levels with a stone wall boundary, it is a fantastic spot to enjoy a summer’s day.
Potential for building plot
A path from the garden leads down to a lower rockery terrace and then to the foreshore.
There are numerous outbuildings, a timber garage, and parking for at least half a dozen cars.
To the side of the parking area is an additional plot of land. A large stretch of lawn is surrounded by fencing, hedges and trees.
This has the potential to be a building plot with its own access from the adjacent lane, subject to planning permission.
The Pendicle is likely to appeal to a huge number of people. It is a waterfront property. It has potential for development. You can reach a train station using a short path through the woods. Invergowrie in an easy walk away and Dundee a short bike ride.
Expect this one to go under offer soon.