The house itself sits facing one of the tree filled public gardens with stunning views across the North Sea to Fife.
Castle Terrace is a 5 minute stroll to the centre of The Ferry and a 15 second saunter to the sandy beach. It has plenty of period features with ornate cornicing in the main open plan family room and in one of the two master bedrooms. There is a sweeping staircase that turns from the ground floor right up to the attic conversion which is now a huge bedroom with it’s own en suite bathroom. The views from the upper level are remarkable. On one side they scan across the beach. On the other they look above the rooftops of the village.
The property has:
Open plan living/kitchen/dining with woodburner
Master Bedroom 1 (superking bed, working open fireplace, window seat with river views)
Master Bedroom 2 (kingsize bed, double sofa bed, ensuite 4 piece bathroom with freestanding tub)
Bedroom 3 (split level mezzanine sleeping 2 in a double on the upper level with an additional single bed beneath)
Bedroom 4 (woodland styled room with single bed and additional trundle bed to make a twin)
Bedroom 5 (a smaller room to the back of the house – single bed)
Master Bathroom (another room with stunning views, a double size bathtub and separate shower enclosure)
Snug/Study (a haven for working from home with working fireplace)
Cloakroom (plenty of space to hide coats and shoes within cupboards)
WC (wallpapered with a historic map of Dundee just before Castle Terrace was built)
Front and rear gardens – the rear with built in brick barbeque, feature seating and table and outdoor shower)
Garage for storage
There is a plentiful selection of games, DVDs and subscription to Netflix. There is also a piano in the hallway which guests are welcome to enjoy.
Broughty Ferry is the perfect spot for a Scottish holiday. St Andrews is just a 20 minute car journey and the capital Edinburgh is an hour away. A variety of other beauty spots like Glencoe are potentials for day trips.