With an elegant bay window to the front and garden access at the rear, the lounge of the Teviot will be a cool and relaxing place to settle down with friends and good music on summer days. The bright staircase leads via an attractive half-landing, up to four spacious bedrooms, ensuring there is always peace and privacy when you need it.
Please note that bedroom dimensions given exclude wardrobe space (where applicable).
Please note that where a property features a bay window, dimensions given include the bay.
- Lounge (3.565 x 5.894 m)
- Kitchen (3.019 x 5.302 m)
- Dining (3.084 x 4.950 m)
- Utility (1.677 x 2.899 m)
- Wc (1.060 x 1.689 m)
- Garage (5.411 x 5.555 m)
- Master Bedroom (3.620 x 4.655 m)
- En-Suite (1.921 x 2.413 m)
- Bedroom 2 (2.306 x 3.565 m)
- Bedroom 3 (2.185 x 3.984 m)
- Bedroom 4 (1.921 x 3.563 m)
- Bathroom (1.975 x 2.848 m)
Amidst fresh air, on the eastern edge of the city, this beautifully landscaped development blends stylish modern housing with spacious landscaped green areas to create a sense of peaceful retreat. Within easy reach of the vibrant city amenities, the new homes at Ferryfield present a rare fusion of residential calm and urban convenience.Location
Recent developments in electronics, medical research and the arts have brought a new vitality to this historic city.Leisure
Ideally situated for exploring the Angus glens and the picturesque East
Coast, with its fine beaches, the development is a perfect base for people who enjoy natural pursuits and the open air. The popular seaside attractions of Broughty Ferry, with its historic castle, and the celebrated golfing facilities of Monifieth and Carnoustie are just minutes from Ferryfields. Other golf courses nearby include Ballumbie Castle with its comprehensive and friendly amenities. As well as being a fascinating place to enjoy wildlife, woodland rambles and picnics in the changing seasons, Monikie Country Park
, around four miles to the north, offers a wide range of family activities including watersports and fishing in the large reservoir. Dundee has a lively and varied cultural life, with its Contemporary Arts Centre and famous Rep Theatre complemented by excellent museums and galleries and a choice of sports venues that includes a new Ice Arena.Shopping
Broughty Ferry is a popular local shopping location catering for everyday needs, and there is also a Sainsbury’s supermarket around a mile from Ferryfields. In addition to a range of modern shopping malls, such as the Wellgate and the Overgate Centres, with their lively mixture of high street names and local retailers, the city centre hosts regular farmer’s markets.Transport
Ferryfields is well placed for access to the Kingsway, bringing all parts of the city into rapid reach. Dundee has excellent national road and rail links, and the city’s airport has five scheduled ‘Tay to Thames’ flights a day to London City
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Follow the Kingsway (A90) to skirt the northern edge of Dundee. Pass Caird Park
on the left, and carry on into Kingsway East
(A792). Stay on Kingsway East
through the first two roundabouts, and, at the third roundabout, take the second exit to enter Arbroath Road (A92). Carry on along Arbroath Road for around two miles until you come to a roundabout. Take the first exit from the roundabout, then the entrance to the development is the second turning on the right.From the Tay Road Bridge
From the bridge, follow signs for Broughty Ferry, to head along East
Dock Street and Broughty Ferry Road (A92), and, around a mile from the city centre, bear left into Greendykes Road. Stay on Greendykes Road through the first roundabout, and, at the next roundabout take the fourth exit to join Arbroath Road. Carry on along Arbroath Road for around two miles until you come to a roundabout. Take the first exit, then the entrance to the development is the next turning on the right.