The Law is Dundee’s most prominent feature. The extinct volcano provides the focal point of the city skyline as you drive in from any direction, but particularly across the Tay Bridge.
Its upper slopes are ringed with residential streets, which give way to allotments and then a patch of city woodland as you approach its peak.
Albany Terrace is a quiet street a couple of minutes’ walk from the top of the hill and only 10 minutes stroll into the city centre.
Number 43 sits near its western end on an elevated site with a large garden to the rear.
The present owners have modernised the three/four bedroom property nicely, while leaving the best original features in place.
The lounge has a south facing bay window, stripped wooden floors and a feature fireplace.
The dining room also has a feature fireplace and could be used as a fourth double bedroom. The dining kitchen has been updated with modern units and a Belfast sink. There’s also a large utility room and a WC on the ground floor.
There is gas central heating and secondary glazing.
Upstairs are three double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes.
The front garden is landscaped and low maintenance and the back garden has a large expanse of lawn. A garage at the foot of the garden is accessed from Kinghorne Terrace.
43 Albany Terrace is on sale through Baillies for offers over £220,000