Traditional Scottish House with excellent views

Traditional Scottish House with excellent views

Bryce

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

We have a comfortable home in its own gardens and with lovely views of the River Tay. We have 4 double bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 2 shower rooms with wc.

The house is stone built and dates from 1845.

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Who we are

  1. We are Sandra and Bryce Weir. Our son Andrew is in his Fourth year at Edinburgh University.

    Sandra and I are in our mid 50's and retired at the beginning of the year from our jobs as Clinical Psychologist and Personnel Manager.

    We would like to make use of our time visiting other countries.

    Sandra enjoys Sudoku, crossword puzzles and needlework. I enjoy curling and gardening and we have recently taken up geo-caching.

    We have two cats so our home would not be suitable for anyone with an allergy to cats.


    Due to family circumstances we cannot exchange for longer than 10 days. In addition we are unable to exchange during August

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Our house is located in Broughty Ferry which is a waterfront suburb of Dundee. Further details of Broughty Ferry can be seen on www.caledoniaweb.com.

There are good public transport links to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen (all about 90 minutes away) .

There are a large number of first class golf courses close by, including St Andrews (2005 British Open) and Carnoustie (2007 British Open)

There are a number of historic sites near including Glamis Castle - birthplace of the late Queen Mother.

Broughty Ferry is conveniently located for those whose interests are in outdoor pursuits such as hiking, cycling etc.

Broughty Ferry has a large number of traditional pubs and a number of small restaurants.

There are 3 pharmacies, 2 fish shops, 2 butchers and 3 bakers as well as a medium sized supermarket and several convenience stores within easy walking distance

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