Kirriemuir is a small market town within the local authority region of Angus. It has a resident population of some 5,467 persons (Source: Angus Council) and is located 18 kilometres (20 miles) north of Dundee and 88 kilometres (55 miles) south of Aberdeen.
The town benefits from good access to the A90 trunk road and sits at the foot of the Angus Glens.
The towns proximity to, the Grampian mountains, Glamis Castle and its association with J. M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan, ensures a steady flow of tourists during the summer months.
The subjects are centrally located within the town.
The subjects comprise a prominent end terraced 3 storey building of stone construction with a pitched and slate roof over.
At ground floor the property is vacant and formerly a bank building.
Access is by means of a main street door, leading to a common entrance hallway, the accommodation leads off the entrance hallway.
The upper floors are in residential use.