Property Details

 
Millging House, Park Road, Letham, Angus, DD8 2PX
5 bedroom bungalow for sale
 
Offers Over £300,000
 
 

Features

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • detached double garage
  • Spacious Kitchen
  • Rural Outlook
Recently Sold
 
BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED 5 BEDROOM BUNGALOW SITUATED IN THE ATTRACTIVE VILLAGE OF LETHAM (ANGUS) WITH A RURAL OUTLOOK With spacious Accommodation that extends to about 276 Sq. Metres (2971 sq.ft) including double garage.
Millging House is an architect designed detached bungalow set in approximately ¾ acres of mature private landscaped gardens, mainly to lawn with mature trees, fruit trees and screened by a dry stone dyke and stone walls. The property is located in a cul de sac at the end of Park Road and is accessed by way of a gravel driveway leading to a courtyard area and front entrance. The house is built in a traditional style with local sandstone walls and a slate roof. The 3 main rooms of the house all enjoy direct access by sliding patio doors to the lovely sunny south facing patio area.

The name “Millging” comes from the local Angus farming dialect and means a Mill Ring which was a farm building within which a horse would drive the mill stones which milled the grain. Within the front garden are two mill stones that originally came from a mill near Dundee.
 
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