Where should you look for the cream of a city’s property? Lettingweb are investigating the top areas in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, and Edinburgh.
In our new series we take a closer look at the most affluent areas in each of Scotland’s key cities before finally looking at the most expensive area to live in the entire country.
In the penultimate entry in the series, Dundee comes under our gaze. The self-appointed ‘City of Discovery’ is the most affordable of Scotland’s four largest cities, so the most expensive area offers real bang for your buck. DD5, out to the east of the city, is mainly taken up by Broughty Ferry (or ‘the Ferry’, as most Dundonians would call it). A suburb of Dundee, Broughty Ferry was a separate entity entirely until 1913 and still retains an atmosphere slightly apart from the rest of the city.
Broughty Ferry, Dundee Properties
We did some research into what’s on offer if you want to live in Dundee’s most affluent area:
3 Bedroom Flat, Cross Street – £750 PCM
This large, 3 bedroom apartment epitomises what’s attractive about Broughty Ferry and its environs, offering a lot more space and a bit of opulence for far less money than other cities in Scotland. A very generous living room, kitchen and master bedroom complete with en-suite ensure that you’ll be comfortable and happy with your home.
View the property here: http://www.lettingweb.com/MRHMGZ
2 Bedroom Flat, Brook Street – £645 PCM
Right in the heart of the area (poke your head out of the window and you can see Broughty Ferry train station), this apartment once again offers a deceptive amount of space and style considering its price and location. An attic renovation with solid oak flooring, you also benefit from a shared garden and a shedload of space and light throughout.
More information is available here: http://www.lettingweb.com/N5J1Z4
For every property and some interesting information on Broughty Ferry, check out the area’s information page.