Detailed Property Data for Angus, UK

The County of Angus lies in the North-East of Scotland, surrounded by Aberdeenshire, Perthshire and Dundee City, with a coastline on the North Sea to the east. It has an area of 1,320 square miles and has two major towns, Arbroath in the north and Forfar in the south, as well as smaller towns such as Montrose, Brechin and Carnoustie. The county’s economy is based largely on agriculture and tourism thanks to its many sandy beaches. The 2011 census revealed that 2.6% of households in Angus were occupied by a single person. This equates to an estimated 7,000 people living alone in 2016. This is well above both the national and regional averages, which are 1.5% and 2%, respectively.

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