July 8, 2009
LOUNGE EXTREMELY SPACIOUS THROUGHOUT
FAMILY ROOM BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL FEATURES
DINING ROOM QUIET LOCATION
KITCHEN EXCELLENT FAMILY ACCOMMODATION
UTILITY ROOM GAS CENTRAL HEATING
3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ORIGINAL SASH AND CASE WINDOWS
This large semi-detached villa is quietly located in the small town of Coupar Angus. The town has a range of day-to day shopping facilities including banks, professional offices, supermarket, baker, grocer/florist, hairdressers and primary school.
The property provide extremely generously proportioned accommodation throughout and makes an ideal family home. Many original features are retained including cornicing and ceiling roses and a beautiful wood staircase with stained glass window. Most of the windows remain in original sash and case, in keeping with the style and character of the home.
July 7, 2009
15’00″ x 10’10″ with rectangular bay window 6’10″x5’2″
The Family Room is currently being used as a music room and entertainment space. It’s great for intimate parties and for relaxing with friends.
As you can see from the exposure problems, the bay makes it an extremely bright and airy room and a wonderful, warm sun-trap throughout the year. This is a shot from late afternoon in early spring, clearly showing the privacy the bay offers.
This room, like many other parts of the house acts as an impromptu gallery for some of the owners’ collection of rock music memorabilia. The silver framed piece above the cream “Arc” recliner is a massive 1.5 metres high and shows the height and airy nature of the room. It’s one of only 52 posters signed by The Clash at a ceremony on Broadway to promote their album, “The Clash On Broadway”. The other piece above the radiator is a rare “Soft Machine Turns On” poster by the English psychedelic design company Hapshash And The Coloured Coat.