Brechin and Montrose – both worth a second look!

For the first of my blogs on this forum I have decided to focus in on two areas of Angus, Brechin and Montrose.

These areas are rarely commented on in property publications and yet both the DD9 and DD10 areas offer something for a range of buyers. From stately period property with generous land to more easily maintained, modern homes there truly is something for everyone.

Frankly, in my view both areas have been shunned from focus as they fall between two stools, namely Aberdeen and Dundee. Yet, for my money this is part of the appeal to Brechin and Montrose, two locations that are separated by just 9 miles. Both serve as ideal commuting bases for a couple that comprises of one working in Aberdeen and another in Dundee – from my experience this is a common scenario.

Practicalities aside, both areas offer some of the most picturesque landscapes and coastline the east of Scotland has to offer. From the top of my head I can recall breath taking walks on St Cyrus beach or being impressed by the views of the stunning surrounding countryside when inspecting property in areas such as Edzell or Stracathro.

I have hand-picked three properties currently being marketed by Blackadders that illustrates the range of housing stock in DD9 and DD10:

18a Ramsay Street, Montrose
6 Cookston Cresent, Brechin
Mill of Brathinch, Brathinch Cottages, Brechin

If you are interested in selling or buying property in either of these areas Blackadders are on hand to give quality advice.

Brian Main
Area Manager (Angus)
01356 230666 (Brechin)
01674 900200 (Montrose)
www.blackadders.co.uk

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