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If you are looking for a seaside town bursting with character, Carnoustie is the one for you. With a population of 11,394 in the 2011 census, Carnoustie is the fourth largest town in Angus. Situated on the East coast of Scotland, to the North of Dundee, Carnoustie boasts one of the U.K.’s top golf courses (Carnoustie Golf Links) and beaches. The long high street provides an eclectic mix of retail units and businesses offering services from solicitors to hair dressers, jewellers and restaurants meaning there’s always something to do!

Types of Property

Carnoustie has a large range and style of housing ranging from beautiful 18th century dwellings to modern developments. Many properties have views of the world famous Carnoustie Golf course and the North Sea.

Average Property Prices Property

prices range from affordable one bedroom flats at around £70,000 to detached five bedroom homes with generous outdoor spaces at around £500,000. The average price for a flat is £161,000, for a terraced house is £95,000, for a semi- detached house is £135,000 and for a detached house is £227,500

Things to do in Carnoustie

So what can you do in Carnoustie? The famous Carnoustie Links provides an alluring challenge to golfers of all ages and abilities. While golfers test their skills on the varying courses in and around Carnoustie, swimming, sailing, windsurfing and fishing can be enjoyed at the bay and after a hard day’s work, unwind at one of the fantastic eateries Carnoustie has to offer.

Properties in Carnoustie

Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie
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Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie
Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie
Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie
Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie

Macdonald Smith Drive Carnoustie, Carnoustie

Offers Over £185,000

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Derek Mann of RE/MAX Estate Agents Dundee is delighted to bring to the market this three bedroom, Detached bungalow situated in a much sought after historic golf town of Carnoustie, MacDonald Smith (...)