View is a beautiful, 3 bedroom semi-detached villa offering modern amenities
in a stunning seaside location.
The accommodation has been tastefully decorated to provide modern amenities
in a unique location ideally suited for outdoor activities, golf expedition,
family holiday and perfect for a romantic getaway.
Waterside View is located in highly picturesque surroundings.
The beautiful setting is not only pleasing to the eye but is steeped in
The surrounding environment is ideal for nature lovers, outdoor activity
enthusiasts and history lovers alike.
Waterside View Accommodation
Immaculately presented furnished 3 bedroom semi-detached villa of recent
construction, provides excellent family accommodation.
Two double bedrooms and one twin room. Waterside View provides an excellent
view towards the Tay estuary enjoyed from kitchen and upper floor rear-facing
Waterside View - The clean and modern front of Waterside View can be
seen from the roadside. It was recently awarded 4-stars by the Scottish
Tourist Board. It sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. It has gas central heating and
towels and bed linen are provided. There is a private driveway for parking
2 cars and further parking available on road.
First Bedroom - The master bedroom has a double bed
with his and her bedside cabinets. It has mirror wardrobes providing ample
storage. The breathtaking sea view provides tranquility whilst doing your
hair at the dressing table. Watch the waves and the small fishing boats
whilst catching up with paperwork.
Second Bedroom - The second bedroom also has a double
bed with his and her bedside cabinets. The room has clean beech furniture,
a double wardrobe for storage and also benefits from a lovely sea view.
Third Bedroom - The third bedroom has a single bed with
a guest bed, providing twin beds or double bed when pushed together. This
room also has a cot for junior. It has a dressing table and fitted wardrobe
providing ample storage.
· Double Glazing
· Gas Fired Central Heating
· Separate Bathroom And Shower Room Facilities
· Window Blinds
· Security Alarm System
· Paved Area From Patio Doors
· Garden Shed
· Paved Driveway Parking For Two (2) Cars
· Extractor fan
· Freestanding Washing Machine
· Tumble Dryer
Angus has alot more to offer and there is plenty attractions and locations
for all walks of life.
Carnoustie venue of the 1999 Open Golf Championship lies approximately
1 mile from the carnoustie hotel. It is ideal for golf enthusiasts worldwide,
to catch a glimpse of of the professionals taking on angus's most challenging
course. There are also many other well-regarded local golf courses, many
of championship qualifying standard. In addition St Andrews, the home
of golf is a 30 - 45 minutes drive away.
Approx 2 Minute Drive
About 14 Minutes Drive
Arbroath the largest town in Angus is the location of Arbroath Abbey,
where the declaration of independence was signed, expressing the desire
of the Scottish people for self-determination. The popular culinary delight
the Arbroath smokie is made in this picturesque fishing port. Surrounding
the area are restaurants to suit all tastes.
About 20 Minutes Drive
Dundee offers services; facilities and amenities expected of a city of
its size and is a city rich in cultural heritage.
About 16 Minutes Drive
Broughty Ferry boasts several restaurants offering a variety - from local
dishes to Indian and Chinese meals. Many of the larger hotels in the area
also offer good restaurant food. Broughty Ferry is also home to Broughty
Ferry Castle, some fantastic walks along the coast as well as varied,
About 42 Minutes Drive
The Angus Glens are situated about 20 minutes to the northwest, offers
some of Scotlands finest grouse moors, deer forests and spectacular walks.
It also offers several fishing and hunting spots, from many strategically
placed estates in the area. The five angus glens, commonly known as Glen
Clova, Glen Isla, Glen Prosen, Glen Lethnot and Glen Esk all provide there
challanges for the keen walkers. This land of open space, also has a great
variety wildlife including golden eagles, osprey, red grouse, wildcats,
red deer and a whole lot more. Visit each mountains website to get a greater
insight into each one.
About 33 Minutes Drive
Glamis Castle family home of the Earls of Strathmore, childhood home of
the Queen Mother and legendary setting for Shakespear's famous play 'MacBeth'.
Situated near Stonehaven and built on rock very close to the North Sea.
From its ramparts there is a drop of 160 feet to the rocks and raging
sea below. Steeped in Scottish history, one renowned battle of its time
was when Cromwell's army besieged it for some eight months. During this
attempted siege, the Scottish crown jewels, (Honours of Scotland) were
hidden within the castle. Many noble and Royals stayed at the castle.
Sir William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots and King Charles II. Today very
much a ruin but still very awesome should you plan to visit.
About 43 Minutes Drive
Is the paintball jewel of the North East of Scotland and located north
of Dundee in Edzell woods. Players come from far and near. Paintball Dundee
offers a variety of exciting paintball game scenarios including the popular
communications tower, the village, the badlands and all-encompassing drop
zone. Go on, get kitted out, go for it in your jumpsuit.
About 28 Minutes Drive
Lunan Bay Beach:
Experience a lovely walk along these sands which are backed by dunes.
Unspoilt, so original, just 3 miles south of Montrose they come into view.
Recent times, a car park has been provided behind the dunes. This makes
easier access to the visitor. They are popular with surfers, traditional
fishers and horse riding. There are many interesting colourful stones
intermingled in the sands. Enjoy this natural stroll along an adoring
and relaxing place.
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