15 Jun 2018

Edwardian house with arguably the best views in Perth

Edwardian house with arguably the best views in Perth

If you fancy a taste of the high life, look no further than this magnificent six-bedroom villa.

'Viewmount' is back on the market and is sure to grab the attention of house hunters looking for a grand family home with some of the best views in the city.

Occupying an elevated position within a private cul-de-sac, the detached property boasts breathtaking panoramic views across the city of Perth towards the mountains.

And if the views weren't enough to convince you, the current owners have redecorated the property from top to bottom and have added a luxury en-suite to one of the bedrooms to create a master suite.  

Take a look for yourself...

The property is currently on the market with Aberdein Considine's Perth office and the current owners are inviting offers over £679,000.

Click here to view the full property details.

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