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3 bed detached house

Croftinloan Farm, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16.

listed on 2019-08-02  Rettie   

A charismatic rural family home in picturesque Highland Perthshire, with a wealth of auxiliary accommodation, which is replete with opportunities to pursue home-based enterprises. Croftinloan Farm has been tastefully developed to provide a worthwhile income, with an established holiday let cottage and a smartly presented Annexe/Office, and there is obvious scope for further development within the grounds. Accommodation Farmhouse Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Sitting Room, Family Room, Kitchen/Dining Room, Study, Utility Room, two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom. First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms. A third Double Bedroom with adjacent Bathroom. Courtyard Cottage Ground Floor: Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room, two Double Bedrooms, Shower Room. Extensive Storage. The Round House Barn Currently utilised as an Office with Show Room/Studio. Full planning consent for a two bedroom dwelling. Ground Floor: Open-plan Living Room with Kitchen and a Shower Room. First Floor: Sitting Room/Office with Box Room. Former Dairy Barn There is a former Dairy Barn within the grounds, which currently offers copious storage and has (lapsed) planning permission for the development of a further 3 bedroom house.

5 bed house

RowangarthDonavourd, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JS

listed on 2019-10-01  Savills   

Rowangarth was built in 2014. With a mix of larch cladding, white render, slate roof and oak frame, the house sits well in the surrounding countryside. Internally the impressive oak frame and natural clay plastered walls create a warm and welcoming feel. Particular attention has been paid to the eco-credentials of Rowangarth which has biomass central heating, two solar panels to heat hot water as well as a mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system which recycles heat and exchanges the air in the house. The house has been insulated with wood fibre and recycled paper and it has a mixture of double and triple glazing. The frame is made of Scottish oak and the external cladding is of Scottish larch. Rowangarth is an aesthetically pleasing eco-friendly house that is as bright and contemporary as it is traditional and cosy. The front door opens into a beautiful dining hall. With a cool limestone floor, which also runs through to the kitchen, and a large square bay window looking over the front garden, it is a lovely room to spend time during the day as well as for entertaining. The sitting room is a cosier space with a wood burning stove and an engineered oak floor. At the other side of the hall is a Leicht kitchen with glossy cream units, a cream Corian worksurface and a range of integrated Miele and Siemens appliances. There is a curved breakfast bar with a round table for eating informally as well as plenty of space for comfortable seating. Sliding doors open to the terrace. The utility room is fitted with units and houses the controls for the heating, solar panels and the heat recovery system. It has a back door to the garden. Also on the ground floor is a guest bedroom with double doors to the garden and shower room beside it. In addition to storage in the utility room, there are useful store cupboards in the hall and under the stairs. An oak staircase with glass balustrading rises to the landing which is one of the most fabulous rooms in the house. Its vaulted cathedral-style ceiling gives a fantastic sense of both space and tranquillity, and the westerly view is framed by large oak beams. The master bedroom suite has a dressing room and en suite bathroom with separate shower. Bedroom 2 has an en suite shower room and a lovely view over the countryside to Ben Vrackie. The two remaining double bedrooms have views across the Tummel Valley and share a family bathroom with a separate shower. All the bedrooms on the first floor have built in storage. Garage The double garage has an attractive overhang which provides a useful place to store and dry logs. A staircase within the garage leads up to a large floored room which would make a great office, playroom or studio. With Velux windows, light and power, it is ready for a buyer to adapt it for their requirements. Behind the garage (and part of the same building) is the wood pellet boiler, a large store and a WC. Outside The garden at Rowangarth is a particular feature of the property. At the front of the house neat borders are filled with carefully chosen plants and shrubs that provide colour all year and look spectacular in early summer. Behind the house there are two sheltered spots to sit and an impressive terraced garden. Flower beds on each level are filled with colourful plants and steps lead to a seating area within a pretty curved stone wall backed by a colourful cornus hedge. The remainder of the ground has been turned into a wildflower meadow. A pedestrian gate at the top of the garden provides access to the beautiful countryside that surrounds Rowangarth.

6 bed house

Strath Tummel, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16.

listed on 2019-07-27  Rettie   

A charming old mill cottage, in an idyllic setting on the banks of Loch Tummel, which has been sympathetically converted to afford spacious and contemporary family living accommodation. Accommodation Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen Dining Room, Family Room, Games Room and Study. Master Bedroom with en suite Bathroom, second Double Bedroom and a Single Bedroom, Shower Room, Utility Room and WC. First Floor: Landing, two Double Bedrooms, Bedroom 6 and Shower Room. Exterior: Old Mill Cottage is situated within secluded and spacious grounds neighbouring the Northern shoreline of Loch Tummel. Traditional dry stone walls, mature trees and an array of shrubs provide character and colour to the well-established gardens which bound the house. From the entrance, a private driveway leads through the front garden to a large courtyard area providing ample room for car parking and turning. Extending away from the house to the East, there is a flagstone patio terrace and a large stretch of lawn, both of which indulge in uninterrupted views over the Loch to the South. EPC - Band F

5 bed detached house

Upper Balchandy Farmhouse, Ballinluig, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JT | For Sale - Bidwells

listed on 2019-09-11  Bidwells   

Upper Balchandy Farmhouse For full details please request a copy of the brochure and the additional planning report. Please also note there is a short video which can be viewed by clicking on the button on the right hand side underneath the floor plan SITUATION Upper Balchandy Farmhouse sits in an elevated position (approximately 200 metres above sea level) on a south-westerly facing hillside, providing wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and down into the Tummel Valley below. The exceptional panorama allows one to fully appreciate the spectacular Highland Perthshire scenery and the full array of colours with the passing of the seasons. LOCATION Located on the eastern side of the Tummel Valley, Upper Balchandy is conveniently located to take advantage of local services available in the nearby historic town of Pitlochry which provides quality independent shops, galleries, dentists, banks, a renowned theatre and numerous well-regarded places to eat. There are primary schools in both Pitlochry and Ballinluig, with the local high school also in Pitlochry. Various highly regarded private schools are available within the wider Perthshire area including Morrisons Academy, Glenalmond College and Strathallan. Further services and amenities including a hospital and larger supermarkets can be found in Perth, approximately 25 miles to the south. Upper Balchandy is approximately 1.2 miles from the A9 which provides excellent transport links both north and south. Pitlochry is just four miles to the north where the mainline railway station provides regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as the Caledonian sleeper service to London. Despite these convenient transport links, the relatively isolated nature of the property offers a rarely available degree of privacy in what is an extremely sought-after area. Upper Balchandy is accessed by a 600 metre hardcore estate track suitable for most standard road vehicles. The track leads up to a private gate which then opens out to the rear of the house and adjacent agricultural buildings. SURROUNDING AREA The local area is steeped in history and has become a popular recreational and tourist destination due to its spectacular scenery and accessibility from Central Scotland. Upper Balchandy would be ideally suited to those who appreciate the landscape setting in itself, or for the range of outdoor pursuits available in Highland Perthshire. There are abundant opportunities to admire the renowned landscape, with easy access to the Cairngorms National Park, which is home to numerous Munros and diverse wildlife. Outdoor activities including fishing, stalking, mountain biking, canoeing and climbing can all be found locally, while in the winter, skiing can be enjoyed at Aviemore or Glenshee, both approximately one hour’s drive away. Perthshire is widely known as ‘Big Tree Country’ and beautiful walks can be found amongst the majestic Douglas fir and Scots pine forest at The Hermitage, near Dunkeld, or if you want to go slightly further afield, you might take a wander through the larch and pine forests that border the Bruar Falls, one of Perthshire’s most famous beauty spots by Blair Atholl. For the golfer, there are some fine courses available within relatively short distances, including the well-regarded Pitlochry golf course, boasting fantastic views of the surrounding countryside, as well as Dunkeld and Birnam positioned within a glorious woodland setting. Further to the north, Blair Atholl also boasts a golf course as well as Blair Castle and Gardens which offer annual passes so that the benefits of this famous landmark can be enjoyed year-round. There are 50 miles of waymarked trails starting from the village and allow exploration of Atholl Estates and the surrounding countryside. Blair Castle also hosts the renowned International Horse Trials & Country Fair, one of Scotland’s biggest equestrian events. The House of Bruar, thought of as one of Scotland’s most prestigious independent shopping experiences, is located just over 14 miles away and provides a wide selection of country clothing, a famous food hall and delicatessen. Culturally the area also has a vibrant arts scene with the internationally acclaimed Pitlochry Festival Theatre, known as Scotland's 'Theatre in the Hills’ which has a busy calendar of performances and other events throughout the year. Further south, the Birnam Arts Centre also boasts a burgeoning reputation offering a diverse programme of high-quality performances in music, theatre, dance and comedy as well as a wide range of workshops and activities. DESCRIPTION Balchandy Farmhouse is of traditional stone and lime construction under a pitched timber framed slate covered roof. Spread over two floors, it provides three bedrooms, with a 1.5 storey kitchen and utility room to the rear. Currently, the floor above the kitchen has no fixed access, but given some internal reconfiguration this could easily be converted to form additional living space. The two large reception rooms both feature solid fuel fireplaces and benefit from the stunning far-reaching views down the glen. Internal renovation would be necessary to restore Upper Balchandy to a charming family home in its current configuration. Subject to securing the requisite planning permission and the addition of a sizeable extension Upper Balchandy has the potential to provide further spacious and flexible accommodation. This would provide a fantastic opportunity to create a beautiful five-bedroomed family home with significant outdoor space, all in a delightful secluded setting within easy reach of local amenities and transport routes. A planning feasibility report commissioned by the estate from Ristol, an independent property and planning consultancy, suggests that Upper Balchandy would likely be successful in gaining planning permission for extension. A copy of this report can be made available on request. Accommodation The property currently extends to approximately 149 m2 over two floors. An additional room above the kitchen (4.0m x 3.5m) could provide supplementary accommodation once suitable access has been fitted. Garden and Land The garden, which surrounds the property to the front and sides, is predominantly laid to lawn with some herbaceous borders enclosed within a drystone dyke while the mature broadleaves which follow the access track provide a varied habitat and some shelter. In addition, there are approximately five acres of good quality grazing extending to the south-west of the house, with an additional smaller area to the east, as shown on the plan. The land is designated as Grade 3.2 on the James Hutton Institute’s land classification for agriculture and consists of mainly podzols soils. Grade 3.2 land is generally capable of average production though high yields of barley, oats and grass can be obtained. The land is currently in permanent grass and is IACS registered, however it is not intended that entitlements would be transferred as part of the sale. FARM BUILDINGS Upper Balchandy is equipped with a range of modern and traditional semi-redundant farm buildings which could be reconfigured for a variety of uses and may, subject to securing requisite planning permission, have development potential. The Ristol report details the likelihood of gaining planning permission for redevelopment of these buildings and a copy of this report is available on request. These buildings have the potential to be converted to a range of other uses from storage or stabling to a studio space or workshop. The agricultural buildings currently comprise: Traditional Barn – A traditional stone-built barn with timber framed, fibre cement clad roof. Internally, there is a timber mezzanine floor over part of the barn which has been used as a hay loft, with ample storage in the rest of the building. Externally there are two attractive traditional arched apertures accessing smaller general-purpose stores. General Purpose Shed with Lean-to – A large steel portal frame construction with a mix of traditional stone and blockwork walls, Yorkshire board cladding, a fibre cement roof and a predominantly poured concrete floor. Dutch Barn – A steel portal frame construction with corrugated sheet pitched roof and open sides over a hardcore floor. Services The property currently benefits from double-glazed windows throughout, an oil-fired central heating system and multiple fireplaces (including one woodburning stove) for additional space heating. There is mains electricity and telephone service, while the water supply is from a shared private source originating elsewhere within Atholl Estates and drainage is by way of a private septic tank. The sellers would like to make potential purchasers aware that, in the past, there have been issues with the quality of the water supply from the existing source. However, there is a mains water supply nearby and the estate may provide the requisite servitude rights of access through adjoining ground (where able) to facilitate connection or for a bore hole if required. The purchaser will have full access rights over the track (shown coloured blue on the sale plan) up to the Balchandy Farmhouse gate. However, ownership would remain with Atholl Estates with maintenance costs being shared on a user basis. Rates and Home Report Council Tax Band: D Home Report Value: £200,000 (house only) Home Report available on request EPC Rating: F Additional Information There are no warranties or guarantees included with this sale. The sellers would however like to take the opportunity to point out that Atholl Estates are currently considering a proposal to create a mixed commercial and broadleaf woodland on the surrounding hill ground. Further information regarding the proposed woodland creation may be made available on request. The Estate will form an alternative access to the hill beyond Upper Balchandy so that continuing agricultural and possibly forestry operations will not pass through the area that is for sale. Viewing Strictly by prior agreement with the selling agents who should be contacted in advance to advise on access arrangements. For the personal safety of interested parties, please be aware of potential hazards at the property. Directions When travelling north on the A9, turn right two miles north of Ballinluig at the junction signposted East Haugh, Croftinloan and Dalshian. If travelling south on the A9, this junction will be on the left approximately two miles south of Pitlochry. After turning off the A9, immediately take the first right on to the road signposted Dalcapon. Continue up this road for approximately 500 metres to the T- junction and turn right again. Remain on this road for half a mile, until there is a track to the left signposted Mains of Pitcastle and Upper Balchandy. Turn up this track, through the farm and take the first left past the agricultural shed. Upper Balchandy is at the end of this track, approximately 600 metres up the hill. Closing Date A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents. Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest in the property is registered, no guarantee can be given that notice of a closing date will be advised and consequently the property may be sold without prior notice. Offers Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Perth office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implication of offering under Scottish Law. The sellers reserve the right not to accept any offer. Date of Entry To be mutually agreed in writing. Title Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale, the last shall prevail. Deposit A deposit of 10% of the purchase price will become payable to the Seller within 14 days after conclusion of missives. Interest at 5% above the Bank of Scotland base rate shall be payable on the purchase price from the date of entry until paid and notwithstanding that the Purchaser may not have taken entry. If the Purchaser fails to make payment within 28 days of the date of entry with all accrued interest, the Seller shall be entitled to resile from the missives and resell the subjects of sale without prejudice to his rights and recover damages from the Purchaser. Overseas Purchasers and Financial Information Any offer by prospective purchaser(s), regardless of where they are ordinarily resident, must be accompanied by a guarantee from a banker who is acceptable to the Sellers. Any offer by a prospective purchaser(s) that is to be reliant on finance must also be accompanied by supporting documents acceptable to the Sellers. AML Prospective purchasers will be required to produce identification sufficient to satisfy anti money laundering regulations and checks against the intended Purchaser or nominee together with other documentation that may be required, from time to time, in order to support any conditional offers submitted to the Seller. Bidwells LLP accepts no liability of any type arising from your delay or other lack of co-operation. We may hold your name on our database unless you instruct us otherwise. Third Party Rights All sporting and mineral rights, so far as the Sellers have rights thereto, are included in the sale. The Sellers are not aware of any third party rights on the property. Fencing demarking the boundary of the property is generally to be erected and maintained at the purchaser’s expense in perpetuity. Local Authority Perth & Kinross Council Pullar House 35 Kinnoull Street Perth, PH1 5GD Tel: 01738 475000 Selling Agent Bidwells Broxden House Lamberkine Drive Perth, PH1 1RA Tel: 01738 630666 Email: ross.low@bidwells.co.uk, or amy.kincaid@bidwells.co.uk Agent’s Note For clarification, we wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a survey, nor tested the services. If communications, condition of the property, situation or other such factors are of particular importance to you, please discuss these priorities with us before arranging an appointment to view. This should avoid a wasted journey. Any photographs displayed in these particulars depict only part of the property and it should not be assumed that any contents etc. are included in the sale, or that the property remains as displayed in the photographs. No assumptions should be made regarding other parts of the property that have not been photographed. These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract or part thereof. Bidwells LLP does not make or give, either in these particulars or during negotiation or otherwise, any warranty or representation whatever in relation to this property. All measurements are given as a guide and no liability can be accepted for any errors arising therefrom. No responsibility is taken for any omission, error or misstatement in these particulars. Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars and the missives of sale, the latter shall prevail. Bidwells LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England & Wales (registered number OC344553). Registered head office is Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge, CB2 9LD, where a list of members is available for inspection. Sales particulars prepared and photographs taken in August 2019.

5 bed detached house

Killiecrankie, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5LW

listed on 2019-08-10  CKD Galbraith   

SITUATION Garry House sits in a delightful position in the heart of Highland Perthshire, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The town of Pitlochry, a short drive to the south-east has been a popular destination for nearly 150 years with rich Victorian heritage. Sitting below Ben Vrackie and adjacent to the River Tummel, the bustling town has an excellent range of services available including restaurants, coffee shops, petrol station, garden nursery, book shop, newsagents and chemists. There are also a range of professional service firms, medical centre, dentist and community hospital. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre is a focal point with an all year round and varied programme of events. The town is host to many events throughout the year, including the Pitlochry Highland Games, the Tummel and Tay Festival and the Enchanted Forest. For golfers, this particular area of Highland Perthshire offers a diverse range of 18 hole courses including Pitlochry, Aberfeldy Golf Club and Taymouth Castle. There are also the 9 hole courses at Blair Atholl and Strathtay. The national cycle network is close by and for the walking enthusiast part of the Rob Roy Way leads from Pitlochry to Strathtay. Perth is the closest city where a variety of shopping facilities are available from retail parks to well-known high street shops, major supermarkets and a variety of independent shops, hospital, railway station, library, health and fitness centres. Independent schools can be found at Strathallan, Morrison’s Academy and Glenalmond School for boys and girls, prep schools at Ardvreck and Craigclowan and Kilgraston School for girls. Perth offers an excellent selection of restaurants and places to eat with award winning and renowned local produce. There is a mainline train station at Pitlochry with direct services to Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth and a sleeper service to London Euston. DESCRIPTION Garry House is a traditional, detached property which retains much character and charm throughout. Formerly a guest house, the property has been upgraded by the current owner to provide a wonderful family home. On the ground floor there are two bright and welcoming reception rooms, accessed off the main reception hall. The sitting room has a wood-burning stove and wonderful views to the hills beyond. The second reception room is currently used as a craft room and could potentially be utilised as a family or dining room. The kitchen is well- appointed with an Aga and space for dining, off the kitchen is the snug with wood-burning stove and French doors to the garden. An office, boot room/store, shower room and cloakroom, off the kitchen complete the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms along with a single bedroom which are serviced by the family bathroom. ACCOMMODATION Ground Floor: Reception hall, sitting room, further sitting room, snug, kitchen, office, cloakroom, boot room. First Floor: Four double bedrooms, single bedroom, family bathroom. GARDEN The garden is mostly laid to lawn and is bordered by trees and mature shrubs. There is a generous stone terrace accessed from the snug/kitchen. To the rear of the terrace is a greenhouse and shed. To the front of the property is a driveway with carport.

4 bed detached house

The Inverary Plot 9, Moulin View, Finlay Terrace, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5EU

** Selling from Hayfield Brae, Methven showhome – open Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm** This superb GS Brown constructed detached villa will offer spacious family accommodation on two floors. This plot is being sold from plan, offering a fine opportunity for a purchaser to select their own kitchen, and tiles to personalise their specification. The property design boasts a fine traditional looking ...  Scottish villa from the exterior, with large rooms throughout. On the ground floor there is a formal lounge, a family dining room, and a superb open plan family dining kitchen to the rear with separate utility room. The first floor boasts four spacious bedrooms, and the master bedroom has a luxury appointed ensuite shower room. All bedrooms have built in wardrobes, and are serviced by a four piece bathroom suite with shower. This design also boasts a double garage. Available for entry 3rd Quarter 2019.   

5 bed detached house

Aldclune, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5LR

listed on 2019-08-03  Clyde Property   

HD Property Video Available. Situated in a wonderful setting between the historic villages of Killiecrankie and Blair Atholl in an area of outstanding natural beauty that lies within the Cairngorms National Park. Jimara is a beautifully presented, three bedroom contemporary detached bungalow with fantastic open plan living and a cosy wood burning stove. It has spectacular and picturesque views over the surrounding hillside. The owners currently reside in the property but it has previously been used as a fabulous holiday let with good income Accommodation in full comprises; wonderful open plan living, dining area and kitchen with breathtaking views over the surrounding area, three double bedrooms with the master benefitting from an en suite shower room, luxury family bathroom and useful utility space. Externally the property sits on a generous plot with an abundance of off road parking, neat and tidy front garden where the views are at their best and larger private rear gardens. The area offers spectacular scenery and a wide range of recreational pursuits including watersports in Loch Tay and Loch Earn and hill climbing with Ben Vrackie, Beinn a Ghlo and Schiehallion among several nearby hills. Salmon fishing is available on the rivers Tummel, Tay, Tilt and Garry and brown trout fishing is popular in many hill lochs. Stalking, pheasant, partridge, and grouse shooting are widely to let. Pitlochry has an 18-hole golf course and there are further 9 and 18-hole courses within a 30 minute drive. Nearby Pitlochry is a popular and attractive tourist town with a superb range of individual shops. It has several banks, a post office, supermarket, petrol station, surgery, cottage hospital and a dentist. It is home to the famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre, the Salmon Fish Ladder, two distilleries and several popular hotels and restaurants. The area is served by a well-respected High School in Pitlochry. There are several private schools in Perthshire such as Glenalmond College, Kilgraston, Strathallan and Morrisons Academy. The A9 trunk road bypasses Pitlochry and the town has a train station with regular direct services to Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the London Sleeper Service. EPC - D HD Video Available. This exceptional end of terrace townhouse, built circa 1920 now forms a magnificent ‘B’ listed family home combining traditional charm and elegance with a beautiful contemporary finish throughout its three storey layout. No 1 is a substantial yet comfortable family home providing completely upgraded and beautifully presented accommodation which benefits from stunning original stained glass, panelling, fireplaces and many additional notable features. An an area where parking is a premium, Redlands Terrace enjoys a quiet cul de sac location with ample on-street parking to the front and the added benefit of a triple garage at the rear of the property. EPC Band - D

3 bed detached house

Country, Other Areas North ph16 5sq

listed on 2019-02-21  Andersonbain   

Details This delightful 3 bedroom detached house is offered to the market and due to the location and the high standard of accommodation on offer, we anticipate a high level of interest.  Surrounded by stunning scenery  and on the banks of the River Tummel with its own fishing rights, this makes an ideal main or holiday residence with only 25 miles from Perth and a comfortable 1½ hour drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow.  Benefiting from gas central heating, double glazing and garage with electric door, the property is in truly walk in condition and a credit to its current owner.  The accommodation on offer comprises; a vestibule area which in turn leads to the welcoming entrance hall with two storage cupboards.  Beautifully presented lounge leading onto the dining room.  From the dining room you can access the sun room which is of generous proportions and with folding doors gives lovely views over the garden and River Tummel.  The kitchen is in excellent condition and accommodates a breakfasting table easily, separate utility room with door leading to the rear garden and one to the garage. Two bedrooms situated to the front of the property and the master with an impressive range of built in wardrobes is to the rear.  The master bedroom has access to its own en-suite showerroom.   Separate family bathroom which is in excellent condition and has a Jacuzzi bath.   Pitlochry is set in the heart of Scotland and is one of Scotland's most popular holiday destinations and caters for tourists all year round. The area provides access to many outdoor activities, from hill walking and mountaineering to mountain biking. The area is surrounded by spectacular scenery with views of Ben Vrackie and is ideally located for touring Highland Perthshire or a comfortable 1½ drive to the City of Edinburgh  Pitlochry itself is a thriving town and has a host of retail outlets and recreational/tourist destinations.  Along with a regular direct bus service, the town is also served by a main line railway station providing easy access to Inverness to the north and Perth, Glasgow and Edinburgh to the south. Energy Class General Features Bedrooms 3 Baths 2 Garage 1 Address: Country, Other Areas Northph16 5sq Property Type: Detached Bungalow

4 bed detached house

The Barlass, Plot 7a, Moulin View, Finlay Terrace, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5FH

** Selling from Hayfield Brae, Methven showhome – open Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm** This superb GS Brown constructed detached villa will offer spacious family accommodation on two floors. This plot is being sold from plan, offering a fine opportunity for a purchaser to select their own kitchen, and tiles to personalise their specification. The property design boasts a fine traditional looking Scottish villa from the exterior, with large rooms throughout. On the ground floor there is a formal lounge, a family room, and a superb open plan family kitchen to the rear with separate utility room. The first floor boasts four spacious bedrooms, and the master bedroom has a luxury appointed ensuite shower room. Three bedrooms have built in wardrobes, and are serviced by a four piece bathroom suite with shower. This design also boasts a single garage. Available for entry 4th Quarter 2019.

4 bed detached house

The Barlass, Plot 7b, Moulin View, Finlay Terrace, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5FH

** Selling from Hayfield Brae, Methven showhome – open Saturday and Sunday 12-5pm** This superb GS Brown constructed detached villa will offer spacious family accommodation on two floors. This plot is being sold from plan, offering a fine opportunity for a purchaser to select their own kitchen, and tiles to personalise their specification. The property design boasts a fine traditional looking Scottish villa from the exterior, with large rooms throughout. On the ground floor there is a formal lounge, a family room, and a superb open plan family kitchen to the rear with separate utility room. The first floor boasts four spacious bedrooms, and the master bedroom has a luxury appointed ensuite shower room. Three bedrooms have built in wardrobes, and are serviced by a four piece bathroom suite with shower. This design also boasts a single garage. Available for entry 4th Quarter 2019.

2 bed bungalow

Robertson Crescent, Pitlochry, PH16 5HD

listed on 2019-10-13  PurpleBricks   

Purplebricks are delighted to bring to market this immaculately presented two bedroom semi detached bungalow located in a quiet area close to the town centre. The property is in excellent condition throughout offering a great opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented home ideal for many buyers. Accommodation comprises a lounge with large front facing window, newly fitted gloss kitchen with integral appliances, stylish shower room with walk in shower cubicle, modern wash hand basin and WC, two double bedrooms both with fitted storage. The property offers excellent storage throughout including the attic space. Externally the property has a low maintenance area of garden to the front and rear with a stone chipped area to the side with detached single garage for parking. The property is fully double glazed and heated by a gas fired combi boiler. Local attractions include Blair Athol Distillery, Edradour Distillery (one of the smallest distilleries in Britain), the famous Pitlochry Dam and Salmon Ladder and new Visitor Centre, Blair Castle and many more plus seasonal and sporting attractions aplenty. The surrounding scenery is some of the most breathtaking in all seasons yet it remains easily accessible from all major routes and links. This is truly a remarkable location for a home, holiday or function destination. Local amenities such as schools, Banks, doctors surgery, dentist, cottage hospital, local shops and supermarket are all ideally situated in Pitlochry itself. The area is home to numerous outdoor activities with something for everyone.

3 bed flat

Bonnethill Road Apartments, Pitlochry, PH16 5BS, Perthshire

listed on 2019-06-20  Andersons LLP   

Prices From £160,000 An outstanding New Development close to Pitlochry Town Centre. The prices for apartments 3 and 4 (first floor) are £160,000. Extras can be negotiated. If you wish to be notified when prices are released for the ground level apartment and penthouse apartment please let us know. Anticipated completion Early 2020. The Location; Pitlochry Pitlochry is a well-known and popular tourist centre providing easy access to some of Scotland’s most scenic countryside. This picturesque Victorian Town has many well-known local attractions including Pitlochry Festival Theatre, The Dam and Visitors Centre. Other nearby tourist attractions include Queens View and Lochs Tummel & Tay. The area is a haven for countryside walks, and nearby mountains include Ben Vrackie and Schiehallion for the more adventurous. Dunkeld, with it’s famous historic Cathedral is some 20 minutes drive away and Aberfeldy, well known for its rafting and other water sports is also some 20 minutes away by car. The House of Bruar Visitors Centre is 11 miles to the north and Perth is approximately 27 miles to the south. There are good local amenities and schooling in Pitlochry and there is a mainline train station in the Town Centre. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both easily accessible. Bonnethill Road is just off the main thoroughfare of Pitlochry. These apartments are some 5 minutes walk from the centre of the town. The Accommodation There will be five apartments within the development. Prices will start at £160,000. On the ground floor there will be two apartments each with 2 Bedrooms. On the first floor there will also be two apartments with 2 Bedrooms. The top floor will provide a 3 Bedroom penthouse apartment. Each property will have an allocated parking space. The properties will be finished to a high specification with a fitted German Kitchen and Siemens Appliances. Options to upgrade will be possible. There is also other off-street parking nearby. Reservations Reservations will be made upon receipt of a £1,000 deposit. Full Details from Selling Agents; Andersons Solicitors, 40 High Street, Kinross, KY13 8AN. Photographs The photographs over, show a sample style Kitchen and some notable local landmarks. Directions Proceeding North along the main street in Pitlochry Bonnethill road lies on the right in the centre of the Town. Follow the road up approximately half a mile, past Scotland’s Hotel and The Development is set on the right hand side.

3 bed semi-detached house

Allt-mor Crescent, Kinloch Rannoch, Pitlochry, PH16 5PJ

listed on 2019-05-03  PurpleBricks   

Presented in excellent condition, we are delighted to bring to market this spacious Three Bedroom Family Villa located in the picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch. The property is modern and bright throughout also featuring a large Lounge with Dining Area, Modern Kitchen and Bathroom as well as garden ground. Heated by a Kerosene oil heating system and fully double glazed. PRICE REDUCED - HOME REPORT £150,000 - NO FORWARD CHAIN INVOLVED The property is situated within the popular village of Kinloch Rannoch which benefits from a number of amenities including resident doctor, Primary School, general shops and local services. The area offers great opportunities for hill walking, bird watching, fishing and other sporting activities and for sailing on the loch. The property is 18 miles from Aberfeldy and 20 miles from Pitlochry, the nearest country towns, which provide a good range of general shops and services including a minor injuries unit/hospital. Pitlochry is a renowned tourist centre and hosts a world-famous Festival Theatre and a Leisure Centre. Aberfeldy has an indoor Recreation Centre with swimming pool, squash courts, etc, and the local Secondary School at Breadalbane Academy which there is a school bus from Kinloch Rannoch.

3 bed house

PLOT OF LAND,OLD FASKALLY,KILLIECRANKIE,PH16 5LG

listed on 2019-02-21  Miller Gerrard   

PLOT OF LAND, OLD FASKALLY, KILLIECRANKIE, PH16 5LG Offers Around £119,500 NESTLING IN THE FOOTHILLS OF BEN VRAKIE, LIES A PLOT OF LAND EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 0.385 ACRES WHICH IS COMPLETE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A SINGLE STOREY 3 BED DWELLING HOUSE. ALL SERVICES ARE ON OR ADJACENT TO THE SITE. To view a pdf version of the property schedule . To view the schedule you will need Adobe PDF Reader.

10.75 acres, Kinloch Rannoch, Perth & Kinross, Central Scotland

listed on 2019-10-09  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

7.5 acres, Kinloch Rannoch, Perth & Kinross, Central Scotland

listed on 2019-09-08  UKLandandFarms.co.uk