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5 bed detached house

Strathlene, Croftinloan, Pitlochry

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

*** HOME REPORT VALUE £675,000***An immaculately presented 5 BEDROOM DETACHED VILLA situated within the highly desirable Hamlet of Croftinloan in Pitlochry. Key Information £655,000 Sought after location Semi- rural Immaculately presented throughout Modern kitchen/ breakfast area Additional family rooms 5 spacious bedrooms Potential for extending/ converting Croftinloan School Nearby Annexe providing additional accommodation Beautifully maintained large garden grounds Room Information The high quality beautiful and vast accommodation comprises entrance porch, welcoming entrance hall, W.C., bright and spacious lounge, dining room, modern dining kitchen, utility room, family room, bedroom 5 with en-suite all on the ground floor level. The first floor comprises master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room, bedroom four/study, linen store, bathroom and two further double bedrooms with Jack and Jill shower room. The property benefits from additional accommodation provided by a self contained annexe. The annexe comprises: entrance hall, shower room, landing and generous sized bedroom together with a large fitted double wardrobe. Off street parking is provided by a large double garage. There is oil central heating and double glazing throughout. Situated within beautifully landscaped garden grounds and affords magnificent views over the fields and surrounding countryside. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality and quantity of accommodation on offer. EPC Rating D. Vestibule 1.75m x 1.40m (5'9' x 4'7') Double doors leading to the entrance hall. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. Hall 10.90m x 3.33m (35'9' x 10'11') A grand and welcoming entrance hall providing access to all lower accommodation and the staircase to the upper level. Tastefully decorated with carpeted flooring and beautiful oak wood skirtings, doors and balustrade. Large storage Cupboard. Inset spot light fittings. Ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Two radiators. WC 2.06 x 1.68 (6'9' x 5'6') Fitted with a white suite comprising W.C with concealed cistern and bowl wash hand basin with cupboard under all set in a wood and marble vanity unit. Radiator. Large mirror over suite. Tasteful tiling to dado height with complementary tiling to the floor. Cornicing to the ceiling. Extractor fan. An opaque glazed window provides further light and ventilation. Family Room 5.98 x 5.45 (19'7' x 17'10') A very bright and spacious public room with natural light flooding in from dual aspect windows, one being floor to ceiling and the other a large bay window together providing breathtaking views of the garden and countryside. Ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Neutrally decorated with carpeted flooring and corning to the ceiling providing a fresh feel to this room. Telephone and television point. Dining room 4.24 x 3.43 (13'10' x 11'3') A generous dining room with a window providing natural light. Ample space for a range of dining room furniture. Elegantly decorated with cornicing, inset spotlight fittings and decorative coving to the ceiling. Carpeted flooring. Radiator. Lounge 4.9 x 4.8 (16'0' x 15'8') A very pristine and bright sitting room with large dual aspect windows flooding the room with natural light. Ample space for a range of furniture. Built in living flame fireplace provides warmth and ambiance. Tastefully decorated with carpeted flooring and cornicing to the ceiling. Radiator. Telephone and television point. Kitchen 9.33 x 7.92 (30'7' x 25'11') A stunning kitchen fitted with a plentiful range of beautiful wooden wall and base units with display cabinets, contrasting work surfaces and a large island with built in wine racks and a large integral Neff hob with extractor hood over. 1 ½ bowl black ceramic sink and drainer unit. Elevated integral Neff double oven, grill and microwave with heated draw under. Concealed integral Neff dishwasher. Freestanding Samsung American style fridge freezer. Complementary ceramic tiling to splashbacks. Ample space for a dining table and further seated furniture. Neutral decoration with ceramic tile flooring, cornicing and inset spotlight fittings to the ceiling. An abundance of natural light floods in from an over the sink side window, a large floor to ceiling window and glazed French doors to the rear garden. Radiator. Television point. Utility Room 2.70 x 2.10 (8'10' x 6'10') A good sized utility room with wooden wall and base units with complementary work surfaces. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiling to splashbacks. Hardwood part glazed door to the garden. Neutral decoration with ceramic tile flooring, cornicing and inset spotlight fittings to the ceiling. Radiator. Bedroom 5 5.75 x 3.81 (18'10' x 12'5') Situated on the ground floor, this is a spacious double bedroom with dual aspect windows which flood the room with natural light. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring and cornicing to the ceiling. Double fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging rails. Ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Radiator. Door to En-suite. En-Suite Bed 5 4.12 x 2.35 (13'6' x 7'8') This en-suite is fitted with a three piece suite comprising W.C., with concealed cistern and bowl wash hand basin and a large shower enclosure. Large mirror over suite. Tiled to dado height with complementary tiling to the floor. Cornicing and Inset spot light fittings to the ceiling. An opaque glazed window provides further light and ventilation. Radiator. Landing 9.40 x 2.33 (30'10' x 7'7') The carpeted staircase leads to the vast and beautiful mezzanine landing. A large window and further Velux windows flood this area with natural light and give an ethereal feel. Cornicing and Inset spotlight fittings to the ceiling. Two Radiators. Master Bedroom 5.74m x 4.45m (18'10' x 14'7') A very spacious double bedroom with dual aspect windows flooding the room with natural light. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. Ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Radiator. Door to the en-suite. Large dressing room (8'6' x 8'8'/2.59m x 2.64m) with a Velux window allowing natural light. Fitted with hanging rails and shelving. Radiator. Decorated in neutral tones. Master En-Suite 3.00 x 2.95 (9'10' x 9'8') Fitted with a three piece white suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle. There is ceramic tiling to the walls and matching tiling to the floors. Two Velux windows provide natural light and ventilation. Spotlight fittings. Radiator. Bedroom 2 4.45 x 4.50 (14'7' x 14'9') A spacious double bedroom with dual aspect windows providing fantastic views and natural light. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. A double fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging rails. Ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Door to the Jack and Jill shower room. Radiator. Jack & Jill Bathroom 3.51m x 3.23m (11'6' x 10'7') This en-suite is fitted with a three piece suite comprising W.C., with concealed cistern and bowl wash hand basin with cupboard under both set in a wooden vanity units and a corner shower enclosure. Tiling to the walls with complementary tiling to the floor. Inset spot light fittings. Radiator. Velux window. Bedroom 3 5.54m x 4.50m (18'2' x 14'9') A further double bedroom with ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Window providing breath taking views and natural light. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. Door to the Jack and Jill shower room. Dressing room. Radiator. Bedroom 4 4.88m x 4.45m (16' x 14'7') Another large double bedroom with dual aspect windows providing fantastic views and natural light. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring and cornicing to the ceiling. Ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. Radiator. Family Bathroom 3.17 x 2.65 (10'4' x 8'8') A vast bathroom fitted with a white suite comprising W.C. with concealed cistern, wash hand basin and a large Jacuzzi bath with shower head attachments. Stylish tiling to the walls and complementary tiling to the floor. Two Velux windows provides natural light and ventilation. Radiator. Extractor fan. Linen Cupboard 2.66 x 2.17 (8'8' x 7'1') This is a useful room which is shelved to store laundry. Neutral decoration with carpeted flooring. Velux windows provides natural light. The hot water cylinder is also housed in this room. External The property is situated on a quarter of an acre of beautifully manicured and perfectly maintained enclosed garden grounds. There is a large gated mono block driveway providing parking for many cars. The wrap around garden grounds are mainly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature trees, plants and shrubs. The elevated position of the property means that there are beautiful views over Pitlochry and the countryside. Enclosed by fencing for safety and privacy. There is a large decked area with space for outdoor furniture providing an ideal haven with stunning views for relaxation and socialising in the summer months. The garden shed is included in the sale. The double garage with light, power and electric up and over door is integral with the ancillary accommodation. Ancillary Accommodation The annex connected to the garage is perfect for ancestral accommodation and comprises of an entrance hall, shower room and large lounge/kitchen/bedroom area. The entrance hall (14'9' x 7'5'/ 4.50m x 2.26m) is neutrally decorated with carpeted flooring and has a large storage cupboard. The shower room (10'5' x 5'6'/ 3.18m x 1.68m) is fitted with a three piece suite in white comprising W.C., wash hand basin and shower cubical. Ceramic tiling to the walls and complementary tiling to the floor. Frosted glass window. Radiator. The Landing (4'7' x 3'0'/ 1.40m x 0.91m) is carpeted and decorated in neutral tones. There is a large storage cupboard. Radiator. The kitchen (6'10' x 4'1'/ 2.08m x 1.24m) is fitted with wooden wall and base units with complementary work surfaces and tiling to splashbacks. The lounge/bedroom area (30'3' x 16'9'/ 9.22m x 5.11m) has two large windows and is neutrally decorated with carpeted flooring. Two Radiator. FINANCIAL SERVICES Next Home Mortgages offers a range of mortgage, financial and insurance services. With Award Winning Advisors based throughout in Perthshire offering: - Access to all Lenders - Exclusive Rates Not Available on The High Street - Save £1,000's on your current Mortgage Unlike the Banks we are available 7 days a week Call us now on 01738 459069 LEGAL SERVICES In association with Next Home, Next Law are a dynamic, forward thinking law firm providing a range of legal services to clients from offices based throughout Perthshire. Put your trust in them to advise on: - Residential Conveyancing and Property Law - Family Law - Charity Law - Wills, Trusts and Executries Next Law = Modern thinking, traditional values. Call now for legal advice now on 01738 707274 Further Details Reference: 28718942

4 bed detached house

Clunie Bridge Road, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JX

listed on 2020-02-18  Clyde Property   

HD Property Video Available. Commanding an extremely private position on the banks of the picturesque Loch Faskally, Tiriach is a truly exceptional four bedroom detached home. The property boasts some simply stunning panoramic views across the loch to the surrounding hills and countryside. The house has been professionally extended and designed to fully capitalise on the beautiful scenery with many cleverly positioned windows and doors providing differing yet equally impressive views. Located just a 10 minute walk from the local shops, cafes, restaurants and amenities within the historic town of Pitlochry, the property provides the perfect combination of privacy and convenience. Other nearby attractions include Pitlochry Dam and its new state of the art visitor centre, Pitlochry Festival Theatre and many beautiful countryside walks at Ben Vrackie and also Faskally Wood, home of the famous Enchanted Forest light and sound event. There is also a mainline railway station with direct connections to Edinburgh and London The property was originally built in the 1950's and significantly extended and upgraded over the last few years. The internal floor area measures 3815sqft and accommodation is formed over two levels comprising; Ground floor; entrance vestibule, impressive open reception hallway, generous dining kitchen, formal dining room which opens through to the high quality Mozolowski & Murray sun room, beautiful sitting room overlooking the garden, fantastic double bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room, rear facing double bedroom again with en suite shower room, cloakroom WC and a useful utility room. First floor; large open plan family room with exceptional open views which is currently being used partly as a home office and two further double bedrooms one of which has a lovely private balcony to make the most of the outlook from the upper level. There is a large store room and bathroom located on this floor. Externally, the generous garden grounds are well stocked with an array of colourful plants and shrubs. There are a number of patio areas providing the perfect place for a table and chairs and outdoor entertaining. Steps from the garden lead down to the water front. The detached single garage is equipped with power and lighting. There is ample parking and turning space. Private electric gates give way to a lovely private drive leading towards the front of the house. Pitlochry is a tourist and recreational centre of considerable character set amongst outstanding scenery. Hill walking, golf, fishing, and a host of other leisure activities are available locally. The town is also the home of the renowned Pitlochry Festival Theatre which provides a varied selection of plays and other cultural activities throughout the year. Pitlochry also has all the necessary supporting facilities including a doctor’s surgery, supermarket, shops, banking, indoor leisure centre, veterinary surgery, primary and secondary schooling. Travel links are excellent with a railway station giving regular services on the Inverness to London line, including a sleeper service. The A9 trunk road provides a swift link south to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other main centres in central Scotland and north to Inverness. EPC - E 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 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.

land for sale

74.2 acres, Kinloch Rannoch, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Central Scotland

listed on 2019-12-22  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

house plus land for sale

Kinloch Rannoch, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, PH16 5QE | For Sale - Bidwells

listed on 2019-12-21  Bidwells   

Lassintullich House CLOSING DATE SET FOR 12 NOON WEDNESDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2020 Location: Located on the south side of Dunalastair Water, Lassintullich House is a short drive from the charming village of Kinloch Rannoch which offers a local store with Post Office, medical centre, local primary school, gift shop and café. Aberfeldy is just 15 miles away and provides further services such as banking, cinema, veterinary surgery, optician and dental practices, as well as a varied selection of quality shops and schooling available from nursery to sixth year secondary at the well regarded Breadalbane Academy. Lassintullich House is approximately 22 miles to the west of Pitlochry with its mainline railway station providing regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as the Caledonian sleeper service to London. Rannoch Station, one of the remotest railway stations in Britain, is 18 miles west of Kinloch Rannoch . There is a tea room in the station (open March to October) and a hotel nearby which is not open to non-residents at lunchtime but offers evening meals for non-residents by advance booking only. Situation: Lassintullich House nestles amongst its own semi-natural mixed woodland policies in a slightly elevated position at the foot of Schiehallion enjoying views of Dunalastair Water and Beinn a'Chuallaich, with Loch Rannoch to the west and the River Tummel to the east. An excellent spot for watching wildlife, including migratory birds, ospreys and red squirrels. Lassintullich House is situated on the edge of the Tay Forest Park, in the wooded hills below Schiehallion, one of 26 Munros in the local area. Schiehallion is one of the best known mountains in Scotland. With a whaleback ridge from most viewpoints, it appears as a perfect cone when seen from across Loch Rannoch. ? Surrounding Area: Perthshire is widely known as Big Tree Country and beautiful walks can be found nearby amongst The Black Wood of Rannoch, home to some of the largest areas of ancient pine forest in Scotland, while further afield, you might take a wander through the larch and pine forests that border Bruar Falls, one of Perthshire’s most famous beauty spots by Blair Atholl, or visit the Yew Tree in Fortinghall, thought to be the oldest living “thing” in Europe at approximately 5,000 years old. There is an abundance of opportunities to enjoy the renowned Highland Perthshire landscape using Lassintullich as a base, with easy access to the Cairngorms National Park, which is home to numerous Munros and diverse wildlife. For the adventure sport enthusiast, Perthshire is also well known for its adventure sport opportunities and again, within a relatively short distance by car, there are plenty of more adrenaline-charged activities available such as quad bike treks, 4x4 driving experiences, white-water rafting, canyoning and, if sufficiently brave, bungee jumping. In the winter, skiing can be enjoyed at Aviemore or Glenshee, both within driving distance. For the country sport enthusiast, Innerhadden Estate and slightly further afield at the other end of Loch Rannoch, Dunan Estate, both offer stalking, fishing and low ground shooting, while Dunalastair Estate, across the water, offer stalking and a small low ground shoot. For the golfer, there are some fine courses available within a relatively short distance, including, Dunkeld and Birnam which benefits from a glorious woodland setting, Blair Atholl which is a challenging 9 hole golf course, or the well regarded Pitlochry golf course, boasting fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. The House of Bruar, thought of as one of Scotland’s most prestigious independent stores is located just over 16 miles away and provides a wide selection of country clothing alongside a famous food hall and delicatessen. Culturally the wider area also has a vibrant arts scene with the Dunkeld Art Exhibition attracting approximately 10,000 visitors each year and hosting artists from all over the UK showing paintings, prints and sculptures. The nearby Birnam Arts Centre also enjoys 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. Pitlochry hosts the internationally acclaimed Pitlochry Festival Theatre, known as ‘Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills’ which has a busy calendar of theatrical performances and other events throughout the year. Perth itself is home to one of the oldest, yet recently refurbished, theatres in Scotland which along with the Concert Hall hosts numerous well attended events. Perth Racecourse, which lies adjacent to the historic village of Old Scone, has a national reputation for fantastic horse racing and a thrilling atmosphere. Slightly closer to home the Rannoch Highland Gathering, a traditional highland games event, takes place every year on the third Saturday in August with events such as Highland Dancing, Tug o’ War and heavy weight events such as tossing the caber and hammer throw to name but a few. Kinloch Rannoch is also home to the Macdonald Loch Rannoch Hotel and Resort which boasts a swimming pool, sauna, gym and fitness classes, and the recently renovated Dunalastair Hotel where you can sample some of the finest Scottish Cuisine before taking a dram in the bar. Historical Note: The grounds include the site of St Blane’s Chapel dating back to 500 AD and appears as an entry in the Schedule of Ancient Monuments. Standing to the north east of Lassintullich House on a mound known as Tom an t Seipel, (Chapel Hill), overlooking Dunalastair Water. His original chapel was consecrated with sacred dust from Iona. The visible Chapel ruins are of a later date. Traditionally, this was the burial ground of the MacDonalds of the area and the Stewarts of nearby Innerhadden. When a Stewart ascended the throne of Scotland it was natural that the King’s kith and kin should benefit. The first Stewart King, Robert II, in 1379, the year of his accession, gave his son Alexander Stewart the lands which included Lassintullich, Crossmount, Tulichcroske, and Kynachan in Rannoch. He became known as the Wolf of Badencoh, not without cause because by all accounts he was a vicious and cruel man who lived by murder and pillage. At the end of the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion, James Small, a soldier in Lord Loudon’s Regiment, started to enlarge and settle the village area of Kinloch Rannoch with numbers of discharged soldiers and displaced crofters. Initially, the soldiers spent a large part of their time trying to apprehend bands of plundering Highlanders who stole cattle and hid quantities of arms in the hills. In the summer of 1774, a team of scientists conducted an experiment to determine the mean density of the Earth. The experiment involved measuring the tiny deflection of a pendulum due to the gravitational attraction of a nearby mountain. Schiehallion was considered the ideal location after a search for candidate mountains, thanks to its isolation and almost symmetrical shape. Potential for Sport: Lassintullich House enjoys fishing rights on the Dunalastair Water and Loch Rannoch with a mooring at Loch Rannoch. There are also sporting rights over the agricultural land. There may be potential to work with neighbouring estates and include the land at Lassintullich in a wider sporting enterprise in return for some formal sport. There may also be a possibility of a stalking lease with Forest and Land Scotland over the land to the south of the property as it marches up the hill.? Farming/Land/Woodland: The Property comprises approximately 74.2 acres (30.07 ha) of land, of which approximately 10.75 acres (4.35 ha) is permanent grass, 8.5 acres (3.44 ha) is woodland grazing, 13.44 acres (5.44 ha) is rough grazing and 37.5 acres (15.18 ha) is marshland. According to the classification system used by the James Hutton Institute, the land capability for agriculture is categorised as predominantly Grade 6.2, which denotes land capable for use as rough grazings. The Property also includes a traditional U-shaped stone and lime construction steading with associated timber framed extensions. The land has previously been used for grazing of sheep and livestock with the buildings having been used for a combination of over-wintering of stock, lambing and machinery storage. Lassintullich could easily lend itself to the hobby farmer or for equestrian purposes with scope for conversion to stabling, subject to securing the requisite planning permission. The land has been registered to receive entitlement to Direct Payments support, but we understand that this has not been claimed for some time and does not form part of the sale. An application would therefore require to be made to SGRPID (the department) for an allocation from the national reserve. ? Development Opportunities: Lassintullich House could be exploited for a variety of development opportunities beyond simply creating a superior family home. It could also provide the base for a small business owner with an abundance of space within which to create a small boutique hotel and restaurant. The house could equally be split into three separate dwellings which could then provide rental or holiday let income. There are already several successful letting businesses in the local and wider area. The traditional and semi-redundant stone U-shaped steading could be reconfigured for a variety of uses and may have development potential as a residential property. Alternatively, these buildings could possibly be converted to a range of other uses from storage or stabling to a studio space or series of small workshops. All development would, of course, be subject to securing the requisite planning permission. Lassintullich House: A substantial traditionally built stone and lime Victorian villa over two floors, with a useful range of outbuildings together with gardens and adjoining paddock extending to approximately 3 acres. Constructed circa 1800, the original dwelling was purportedly extended in 1834 and again in 1882. Although now in need of significant modernisation and upgrading, Lassintullich House has the potential to create a superior family home at the centre of a “mini-estate”. The accommodation comprises the following: GROUND FLOOR Entrance porch, reception hall, drawing room, dining room, conservatory with French doors leading to the garden, sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, centre hallway, family bathroom, family room, toilet/boiler room, side hallway, lounge, rear hallway, second kitchen and pantry. FIRST FLOOR The first floor consists of two double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and seven further bedrooms and second family bathroom. Outside, the ancillary buildings include a large detached stone-built garage/workshop with floored loft, stable and tack room, kennels, boat house and detached stone-built bothy. Bothy: A traditional stone and lime construction “but-an-ben” configuration bothy/cottage with flat roofed extension. Although now in need of renovation this could, subject to further extension or replacement of the existing extension, provide charming additional accommodation to staff or as a granny flat, or perhaps be used to generate holiday let income. The bothy comprises an entrance porch, lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom The main house is accessed via either a formal gravel and tarmacadam drive which meanders through the gardens toward the front door, or by a tarmacadam drive running parallel to the paddock which leads directly to the Bothy and outbuildings. This also gives useful vehicular access to the rear of the property for maintenance purposes. ? Gardens and Wider Grounds: Externally, the extensive garden grounds are laid mainly to lawn with a variety of mature trees including pine, sycamore, larch and fir. This gives way to the mixed policy woodland which extends southwards and consists primarily of further mixed broadleaves and woodland grazings. The grounds around Lassintullich House are a haven for wildlife with red squirrels, roe deer, ospreys and pine martens regularly seen from the house. Mooring: At nearby Loch Rannoch there is an area of ground extending to approximately 0.24 acres with a private mooring supporting the rights to fish the Loch for trout and pike as well as use for water sports and sailing. Stipulations: Viewing Strictly by appointment with the Selling Agent. Directions From Edinburgh, Dundee and the south, head towards Perth and thereafter north on the A9 dual carriageway past Pitlochry, towards House of Bruar turning left onto the B847 public road at Calvine, then right on the B847 following the signs for Kinloch Rannoch. At the Dunalastair Hotel turn left onto Muirlodge Place crossing over the bridge towards Schiehallion. Stay on this route for another 2.2 miles and the property will be through the stone pillared entrance gates, over the cattle grid, on your right. From Inverness and the north, head south on the A9 towards Blair Atholl. Come off the A9 heading towards Trinafour onto General Wade’s Military Road. Follow this road for approximately 4.8 miles then turn right onto the B847 heading towards Kinloch Rannoch. At the Dunalastair Hotel, turn left onto Muirlodge Place over the bridge towards Schiehallion. Stay on this route for another 2.2 miles and the property will be through the stone pillared entrance gates, over the cattle grid, on your right. From Glasgow head north towards Perth on the M80. Once on the A9 at Dunblane turn off onto the A822 and head for Crieff, drive through Crieff turn right onto the A85 and head towards Perth. At Gilmerton turn left onto the A822 for Aberfeldy. Stay on this road for approximately 9.5 miles then turn left onto the A826. Driving past the Moness Resort, stay on the B846 heading straight through Aberfeldy and stay on this road for approximately 9 miles. Turn left onto the Schiehallion Road and continue for a further 6.5 miles where Lassintullich House will be on your left through the stone pillared gates and cattle grid. Closing Date: A closing date may be fixed, and prospective purchasers are advised to formally note their interest, through their solicitors, with the Selling Agents. Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest in the property is formally noted, no guarantee can be given of a closing date being set or communicated and consequently the property may be sold without further correspondence or notice being given. Purchase Price: Offers over £625,000 Offers: Formal offers in acceptable Scottish legal form, should be submitted in writing to the Selling Agents at their Perth office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implications of offering under Scottish Law. The Sellers reserve the right not to accept the highest or any offer. Offers should be accompanied by appropriate anti-money laundering documentation certified by their solicitor. 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 that 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 Resources: 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 prospective purchaser(s) that is to be reliant on finance must also be accompanied by supporting documents acceptable to the Sellers. Anti-Money Laundering (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, which may include failure to complete the transaction due to non-compliance with requests for information or failure to deliver adequate information prior to conclusion of missives. 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 property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all servitude rights, including rights of access and rights of way, whether public or private. The property is also sold subject to the rights of public access under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003. The purchaser(s) will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of all such servitude rights and others. Dunalastair Reservoir is owned subject to right of Scottish Hydro Electric to flood by damming the River Tummel. The reservoir and land around it is an SSSI. Clawback Arrangements: Subject to the detail contained in offers received, the seller may seek the inclusion of a clawback arrangements over all or part of the property. Rates and Home Report: Council Tax Band: House H; Bothy A Home Report Value: £525,000 Home Report available on request EPC Rating: House F Apportionments: The Council Tax and all other outgoings shall be apportioned between the seller and the purchaser(s) as at the date of entry. VAT: No VAT is chargeable on the sale. Basic Payment Scheme: The Basic Payment Scheme entitlements are not included in the sale. Fixtures and Fittings: All fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Disputes: Should any disputes arise as to the boundaries or any points arise out of these remarks, stipulations or plans, or the interpretation of any of them, the question shall be referred to the Selling Agents whose decision acting as experts, shall be final. Plans, Areas and Schedules: These are based on Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. They have been carefully checked and computed by the Selling Agents and the purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property and any error or misstatements shall not annul the sale nor entitle either party to compensation in respect thereof. 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 Solicitor: Murray Beith Murray 3 Glenfinlas Street Edinburgh EH3 6AQ Tel: 0131 225 1200 Agents Note:- Bidwells LLP act for themselves and for the vendors of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that: Nothing contained in these particulars or their contents or actions, both verbally or in writing, by Bidwells LLP form any offer or contract, liability or implied obligation to any applicants, viewing parties or prospective purchasers of the property to the fullest extent permitted by law and should not be relied upon as statements or representative of fact. No person in the employment of Bidwells LLP or any joint agents has authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Any areas of measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only, may not be to scale and are not necessarily comprehensive. Any photographs displayed in these particulars depict only part of the property and it should not be assumed that any items seen therein 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. No assumptions should be made that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Bidwells LLP has not carried out a survey, nor tested the services, appliances or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Where applicable all rentals and prices are quoted exclusive of VAT unless otherwise stated. Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars and the Missives of Sale, the latter shall prevail. OS licence no. ES 100017734. © Copyright Bidwells LLP 2017. Bidwells LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales (registered number OC 344553). Registered office is Bidwell House, Trumpington Road, Cambridge CB2 9LD where a list of members is available for inspection. Your statutory rights are not affected by this notice. Sales Particulars prepared November 2019. Photographs taken in 2017 and 2019.

6 bed house

Old Mill Cottage, Strath Tummel, Pitlochry, 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

3 bed detached house

Mullingar, Pitlochry, PH16 5NE

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

A rare opportunity to purchase this deceptively spacious 3 BEDROOM DETACHED EXECUTIVE BUNGALOW with outside lodge accommodation which is quietly tucked away in a prime position overlooking the town of Pitlochry and affording magnificent views. Key Information £390,000 Outside Lodge Accommodation Extensive Garden Grounds Spacious Accommodation Well Presented Throughout Beautiful Views Rare To The Market Air B&B Potential Option to Purchase Further Land Room Information The property was built approximately 17 years ago and the accommodation comprises: entrance hall, open plan sitting room/ dining room/kitchen, utility room, spacious lounge, 3 double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite and the third having a Jack & Jill shower room. The property is situated within extensive and well tended garden grounds and also has the benefit of a summer house which has been converted to provide 1 bedroom accommodation including a shower room and kitchenette off of the lounge. The main bungalow has oil central heating and double glazing throughout together with oil underfloor heating. The property is accessed via a private road which is shared with just one other property. EPC RATING D. Early viewing is therefore highly recommended as this property would make an excellent family or second/holiday home. AREA Pitlochry is set in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside and is served by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shopping, banking, professional offices, doctors surgery and a community hospital. The town remains a popular holiday destination and attractions include the fish ladder, Pitlochry festival theatre and the nearby Blair castle. The town is bypassed by the A9 trunk route providing easy access to the North and South. SITTING/DINING/KITCHEN 25' 5' x 17' 4' (7.75m x 5.28m) A very sociable and spacious public room which is open plan and has many attractive features. There are double French doors from the sitting room out to a large area of decking within the garden grounds. The kitchen area is fitted with a range of base units with contrasting work surfaces and splash backs. Integrated appliances include an oven, five ring hob with extractor over and dishwasher. Fridge/freezer included in sale. Stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink and drainer unit. Large walk in larder cupboard with shelving. Inset lighting to the ceiling. Breakfast bar unit. Window to the rear. Ample space for formal dining. UTILITY ROOM 9' 10' x 4' 10' (3m x 1.47m) A glazed door provides access to the utility room from the decking area and there is also a part glazed door to the kitchen and window to the side. The utility has fitted units and work surfaces with plumbing for appliances beneath. Wood floor covering. Cornicing to the ceiling. HALL 33' 11' x 12' 6' (10.34m x 3.81m) An opaque glazed door with adjacent side screen from the rear of the property provides access to the hall and thereon to all further accommodation. Carpet. Cornicing and inset lighting to the ceiling. Four storage cupboards. Hatch providing access to the attic space. LOUNGE 20' 2' x 16' 0' (6.15m x 4.88m) A very bright and spacious public room with window to the front affording magnificent views over the town of Pitlochry. Cornicing and inset lighting to the ceiling. Feature display shelving. BEDROOM 1 17' 10' x 10' 9' (5.44m x 3.28m) A very spacious and bright double bedroom with window to the front.. Two fitted double wardrobes with shelving and hanging rail. Cornicing to the ceiling. Carpet. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7' 3' x 7' 1' (2.21m x 2.16m) Fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C. and wash hand basin enclosed within vanity unit with cupboard under and mirror over. Double shower unit with wet wall within. Inset lighting to the ceiling. Wood effect tiled flooring. Ladder heated towel rail. An opaque glazed window to the front provides additional light and ventilation. BEDROOM 2 15' 6' x 11' 5' (4.72m x 3.48m) A further double bedroom with window to the rear. Space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Fitted single wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail. Cornicing to the ceiling. Carpet. EN-SUITE 9' 10' x 5' 6' (3m x 1.68m) Fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C. and wash hand basin enclosed within vanity unit with cupboard under and mirror over. Shower cubicle with wet wall within. Wood effect tiled flooring. Cornicing to the ceiling. Opaque glazed window to the rear. BEDROOM 3 11' 5' x 11' 1' (3.48m x 3.38m) A double bedroom with window to the rear. Fitted wardrobe with shelving and hanging rail. Carpet. Cornicing to the ceiling. JACK & JILL SHOWER ROOM 8' 7' x 5' 10' (2.62m x 1.78m) This room is entered from both the hall and bedroom 3 and is fitted with a modern white suite comprising: W.C. and wash hand basin enclosed within vanity unit with cupboard under and mirror over. Shower cubicle with wet wall within. Wood effect tiled flooring. Cornicing and inset lighting to the ceiling. Chrome ladder radiator. EXTERNAL The property is situated within extensive garden grounds and has the benefit of being private and affording magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and town of Pitlochry. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders. A feature of the garden is the decked terraced area which has been cleverly constructed to form an outdoor kitchen as there is a clay oven, fire, BBQ area and large seating area. This area provides an ideal haven for socialising all year round. Within the garden grounds there is also a sizeable summer house which can be used for additional accommodation if required as there is a lounge with kitchenette, shower room and double bedroom. There is also storage facilities to the rear and a thermo controlled heating system which provides heating and/or air conditioning. Parking is available to the side of the property for a number of vehicles. FINANCIAL SERVICES Next Home Mortgages offers a range of mortgage, financial and insurance services. With Award Winning Advisors based throughout Perthshire offering: - Access to all Lenders - Exclusive Rates Not Available on The High Street - Save £1,000's on your current Mortgage Unlike the Banks we are available 7 days a week! Call us now on 01738 45 90 69. LEGAL SERVICES In association with Next Home, Next Law are a dynamic, forward thinking law firm providing a range of legal services to clients from offices based throughout Perthshire. Put your trust in them to advise on: - Residential Conveyancing and Property Law - Family Law - Charity Law - Wills, Trusts and Executries Next Law = Modern thinking, traditional values. Call now for legal advice on 01738 70 72 74 Further Details Reference: 28719079

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

Dalshian Farmhouse, Dalshian, Pitlochry, PH16 5TD

Property Description Blackadders are delighted to offer this impressive detached villa offering generous accommodation on the outskirts of the popular Burgh of Pitlochry. The property enjoys views over rolling countryside and is within a short travelling distance of Pitlochry’s excellent amenities. The generous accommodation is formed over two levels comprising on the ground floor; entrance vestibule, main reception hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes (master with en-suite shower-room), bathroom and utility room. The first floor accommodation comprise of two substantial double bedrooms (one of which is utilised as a games room) and office. The property benefits from double  glazing and oil central heating (except kitchen and upper landing. Externally the garden to the front is laid with decorative low maintenance chips with a variety of established plants and shrubberies. To the rear a driveway for several cars connects to the double garage. The field directly in front of the house may be sold only to the successful purchaser. The field extends to 2.08 Hectares (5 acres) or thereby. Further details of the site and cost can be found by contacting Blackadders. Blackadders highly recommend an early inspection to appreciate the accommodation and location on offer.

4 bed bungalow

Cuilc Brae, Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross PH16 5QS

Key Features *Guide Price £342,000 - £360,000* Home Report Valuation of £410,000 4 Bedrooms Dining Kitchen Off Road Parking Well Presented Property, Recently Refurbished Kitchen and Newly Fitted Carpet Low Maintenance Garden Private Decking Area Countryside Views Opportunity for Holiday Let if Desired, Approx. £30k per year Full Description Tenure: FREEHOLD The Express Estate Agency is proud to offer this Four Bedroom Detached Bungalow – all interest and OFFERS are INVITED. *Guide Price £342,000 - £360,000* INTERNAL Entrance Hallway – Solid oak flooring, loft access, storage cupboard an additional linen cupboard. Reception Room – Lounge with feature fireplace, Vaulted ceiling with Velux window. French doors opening to the decking area. Solid oak flooring. Open views overlooking the surrounding countryside. Dining Kitchen – Fitted with a range of wall and base units with contrasting workspace above. Integral oven, hob and extractor hood. Fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Tiled flooring. Side aspect window. Bedroom One – Double sized room with dual aspect windows to the side and rear of the property. Fitted wardrobes. En-Suite comprising; shower cubicle, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring. Chrome ladder radiator. Bedroom Two – Double sized room with front aspect window. Double fitted wardrobe. Bedroom Three – Double sized room with rear aspect window. Double fitted wardrobe. Bedroom Four – Double sized room with front and side aspect window. Ample space for a range of furntiure. Bathroom – Suite comprising; freestanding bath, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring. Chrome ladder towel rail. Rear aspect window. Furniture / appliances available via negotiation. EXTERNAL Raised decking area to the front of the property. Gated driveway with off road parking. Low maintenance rear garden laid to gravel and grass. Application currently in for garage on adjacent ground Early viewing is highly recommended to the property being realistically priced. Disclaimer These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending Purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Furthermore, Solicitors should confirm moveable items described in the sales particulars and, in fact, included in the sale since circumstances do change during the marketing or negotiations. Although we try to ensure accuracy, if measurements are used in this listing, they may be approximate. Therefore if intending Purchasers need accurate measurements to order carpeting or to ensure existing furniture will fit, they should take such measurements themselves. Photographs are reproduced general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. TENURE To be confirmed by the Vendor’s Solicitors POSSESSION Vacant possession upon completion VIEWING Viewing strictly by appointment through The Express Estate Agency

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 April/May 2020.

3 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 2nd Quarter 2020.

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 June 2020.   

4 bed detached house

Ferry Road, PITLOCHRY

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this rare to market FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED VILLA located within a prime location in the popular town of Pitlochry. Key Information £270,000 Stunning location 5 minute walk to centre 4 bedrooms EPC RATING E. Room Information The property offers well proportioned accommodation over two floors comprising entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, landing, four bedrooms (of which three are en-suite), W.C. and a generous eaves storage area. There is double glazing and oil fired heating throughout. Externally the property occupies a good sized plot which is laid as a patio to the side and front, with an additional area of lawn to the front leading to a secluded area laid with stone chips. A large driveway to the rear provides parking for a number of cars. EPC RATING E. This is sure to prove a popular family home, so please call now to arrange an early viewing. Pitlochry is set in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside and is served by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shopping, banking, professional offices, doctor's surgery and a community hospital. The town remains a popular holiday destination and attractions include the fish ladder, Pitlochry festival theatre and the nearby Blair castle. The town is bypassed by the A9 trunk route providing easy access to the North and South. ENTRANCE HALL 16' 8' x 12' 3' (5.08m x 3.73m) The property is entered via a wooden door with glazed panel into a bright and welcoming entrance hall. There is a window to the front allowing further light to flood the hall. Cornicing to the ceiling. Radiator. Carpet. LOUNGE 23' 7' x 11' 10' (7.19m x 3.61m) An exceptionally bright and spacious public room with triple aspect windows to the side, front and rear. Ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Electric feature fireplace and surround. Double sliding doors to the side lead to the garden. Cornicing to the ceiling. Radiator. Carpet. Neutral décor. DINING ROOM 12' 1' x 10' 4' (3.68m x 3.15m) A good sized dining room with window to the rear. Space for a large dining table and chairs. Cornicing to the ceiling. Carpet. Radiator. French doors lead to the kitchen. KITCHEN 15' 3' x 10' 7' (4.65m x 3.23m) A very spacious kitchen fitted with wooden wall and base units with stone effect work surfaces and splash back areas. There is an integrated four ring electric hob with extractor over, wall-mounted double oven/grill, stainless steel 1½ sink and drainer unit. Space for a variety of white goods and for a table and chairs. Windows to the side and rear with a door leading to the rear garden. Tile effect vinyl flooring. LANDING 5' 5' x 4' 3' (1.65m x 1.3m) A carpeted open riser staircase leads to the landing which gives access to all accommodation on the first floor. There is a large eaves storage cupboard with Velux window, and access to the loft via a hatch. Radiator. MASTER BEDROOM 18' 8' x 12' 7' (5.69m x 3.84m) An exceptionally bright and spacious master bedroom with windows to the side and rear providing picturesque views over the surrounding countryside.. There is space for large free standing bedroom furniture. Carpet. Radiator. Access to en-suite. MASTER EN-SUITE 5' 9' x 5' 1' (1.75m x 1.55m) Fitted with a white 3 piece suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower. Wet-wall throughout. Vinyl flooring. Extractor fan. Radiator. BEDROOM 2 18' 8' x 11' 1' (5.69m x 3.38m) A further bright and spacious double bedroom with window to the rear. Large eaves storage cupboard. Carpet. Radiator. Access to en-suite. EN-SUITE 2 5' 4' x 4' 11' (1.63m x 1.5m) Fitted with a white 3 piece suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower. Wet-wall throughout. Vinyl flooring. Extractor fan. Radiator. BEDROOM 3 10' 6' x 9' 2' (3.2m x 2.79m) Located on the ground floor, this double bedroom has dual aspect windows to the front and side. Space for free standing furniture. Carpet. Radiator. Access to en-suite. EN-SUITE 3 6' 10' x 4' 11' (2.08m x 1.5m) Fitted with a white 3 piece suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath. Opaque window to the front. Vinyl flooring. Tiling to the splash back areas. Radiator. BEDROOM 4 13' 7' x 8' 1' (4.14m x 2.46m) Currently used as a home office, this versatile room would also make another bedroom or a study. Window to the front. Carpet. Radiator. Access to W.C. W.C. 3' 6' x 3' 6' (1.07m x 1.07m) Fitted with a two piece white suite of W.C. and pedestal wash hand basin with mirror over. Vinyl flooring and complementary décor. EXTERNAL The property is situated within a good sized plot and the garden to the front is fully enclosed with timber fencing. There are patio areas to the front and side with plenty of space for outdoor furniture, making it ideal for socialising in the summer months. An area of lawn to the front leads to a versatile area laid with low maintenance stone chips. To the rear there is a large driveway providing off-street parking for a number of cars. Further Details Reference: 28719125

3 bed semi-detached house

Lettoch Terrace, Pitlochry

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

We are delighted to bring to the market this 3 BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED VILLA situated within a highly desirable residential area in the town of Pitlochry. Key Information £220,000 Sought after location Fantastic sized garden 3 Bedrooms Close to the town centre Perfect family home Room Information The property offers well proportioned accommodation over two floors comprising of entrance vestibule, hall, lounge, bedroom 3/dining room and kitchen on the ground floor level together with 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. There is double glazing and gas central heating throughout. Parking is available to the front of the property and there is a garage pertaining to the property to the side. EPC RATING E. AREA Pitlochry is set in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside and is served by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shopping, banking, professional offices, doctor's surgery and a community hospital. The town remains a popular holiday destination and attractions include the fish ladder, Pitlochry festival theatre and the nearby Blair castle. The town is bypassed by the A9 trunk route providing easy access to the North and South. Early viewing is highly recommended as this property will appeal to a range of prospective purchasers. ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 7' 4' x 6' 11' (2.24m x 2.11m) Entered via a part glazed front door, the vestibule has a window to the side of the property and tiling to the floor. A 15 pane glazed door provides access to the hall. HALL 12' 11' x 6' 11' (3.94m x 2.11m) Providing access to all accommodation. Carpet. Radiator. LOUNGE 16' 7' x 11' 2' (5.05m x 3.4m) A spacious public room with dual aspect windows to the front and rear. Carpet. Radiator. Television and telephone point. Feature fireplace. KITCHEN 18' 8' x 6' 11' (5.69m x 2.11m) A very bright and spacious room with two windows and glazed door to the rear. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units and contrasting work surfaces with tiling between. Space for cooker, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Radiator. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Storage cupboard. BEDROOM THREE/DINING ROOM 12' 10' x 11' 5' (3.91m x 3.48m) A versatile room which is currently utilised as a dining room however can be a third bedroom if required. Window to the front. Double fitted cupboard. Radiator. Carpet. LANDING 15' 0' x 6' 10' (4.57m x 2.08m) A carpeted staircase provides access to the first floor landing and thereon to all further accommodation. Window to the front. Cupboard. Hatch providing access to the attic space. BEDROOM ONE 14' 11' x 11' 4' (4.55m x 3.45m) A fantastic sized double bedroom with window to the front. Two fitted wardrobes (one of which gives access to the eaves for additional storage). Radiator. Carpet. Sink with splash back tiling. Television point. BEDROOM TWO 11' 5' x 11' 2' (3.48m x 3.4m) A further double bedroom with window to the side. Two fitted wardrobes. Carpet. Radiator. BATHROOM 6' 10' x 6' 1' (2.08m x 1.85m) Fitted with a white suite comprising of a W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with shower over. Opaque glazed window to the rear provides additional light and ventilation. Partial tiling to the walls. EXTERNAL There is a garden to the front of the property and a path to the side providing access to the rear garden which is enclosed with mature hedging and is predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders. Greenhouse and timber shed. External shed. There is parking to the front of the property and there is a garage in the row of garages which pertains to the property. Please note the floorplan is an approx representation of the property. Further Details Reference: 28719163

2 bed semi-detached house

Tummel Crescent, Pitlochry

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this well maintained 2 BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED BUNGALOW situated in the popular tourist town of Pitlochry. Key Information £215,000 Beautiful surroundings Spacious Accommodation 2 Bedrooms Local Amenities Close by Room Information The spacious and immaculately presented accommodation comprises: entrance porch, hallway, lounge, dining kitchen, conservatory, 2 good sized double bedrooms and shower room. There is double glazing and gas central heating throughout. EPC RATING C. The property benefits from off street parking via a gravel chipped driveway leading to a single garage together with areas of garden grounds to the front and rear. Early viewing is highly recommended as this property is sure to be popular and would make an excellent second/holiday home. AREA Pitlochry is set in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside and is served by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shopping, banking, professional offices, doctor's surgery and a community hospital. The town remains a popular holiday destination and attractions include the fish ladder, Pitlochry festival theatre and the nearby Blair castle. The town is bypassed by the A9 trunk route providing easy access to the North and South. ENTRANCE PORCH Entered via a UPVC door, the entrance porch gives access to the hall and thereon to all accommodation on offer. HALLWAY 14' 5' x 3' 3' (4.39m x 0.99m) A bright and welcoming 'L' shaped hallway gives access to all accommodation on offer. Two built in cupboards finished with mirrored sliding doors. Hatch providing access to the attic space with Ramsay ladder which has the benefit of being partially floored and also houses the boiler. Carpet. Radiator. LOUNGE 16' 0' x 13' 0' (4.88m x 3.96m) A bright and spacious public room with window to the front, affording lovely views over the surrounding countryside. Ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Neutral décor. Cornicing to the ceiling. Carpet. Radiator. KITCHEN 9' 0' x 8' 8' (2.74m x 2.64m) A modern kitchen fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units in cream with contrasting wooden effect work surfaces and attractive tiling to the splash back areas. Integrated 5 ring gas Bosch hob with AEG oven/grill beneath and extractor over. Integrated dishwasher and washing machine. Space for a free standing fridge/freezer. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Under cabinet lighting. Window to the rear overlooking the garden. Tiled effect vinyl flooring. DINING AREA 11' 6' x 7' 0' (3.51m x 2.13m) Open plan to the kitchen, the dining area provides ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Laminate flooring. Neutral décor. Radiator. Access to the conservatory. CONSERVATORY 10' 0' x 9' 4' (3.05m x 2.84m) Accessed via French doors the conservatory is a wonderful addition to the property and boasts lovely views over the rear garden. Fully double glazed with UV filter in the roof. Radiator. French doors leading to the rear garden. Laminate flooring. BEDROOM 1 14' 8' x 9' 0' (4.47m x 2.74m) A good sized double bedroom with window to the rear overlooking the garden. Two built in cupboards. Ample space for a range of free standing bedroom furniture. Neutral décor. Radiator. BEDROOM 2 12' 0' x 11' 4' (3.66m x 3.45m) A further double bedroom with window to the front, affording lovely views over the surrounding countryside. Built in cupboard. Carpet. Radiator. SHOWER ROOM 8' 0' x 5' 9' (2.44m x 1.75m) A modern shower room fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C. with concealed cistern, wash hand basin enclosed in vanity unit with storage under and mirror over and large shower cubicle. Attractive tiling to the walls with complementary tiling to the floor. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. An opaque glazed window to the front provides additional light and ventilation. EXTERNAL The property benefits from being situated on a corner plot providing an enviable amount of garden ground to the front and rear together with ample off street parking provided via a gravel chipped driveway leading to a single garage. To the front the garden is immaculately maintained and predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders. To the rear the garden is predominantly paved which creates an ideal haven for relaxation and socialising during the summer months. FINANCIAL SERVICES Next Home Mortgages offers a range of mortgage, financial and insurance services. With Award Winning Advisors based throughout Perthshire offering: - Access to all Lenders - Exclusive Rates Not Available on The High Street - Save £1,000’s on your current Mortgage Unlike the Banks we are available 7 days a week! Call us now on 01738 45 90 69. LEGAL SERVICES In association with Next Home, Next Law are a dynamic, forward thinking law firm providing a range of legal services to clients from offices based throughout Perthshire. Put your trust in them to advise on: - Residential Conveyancing and Property Law - Family Law - Charity Law - Wills, Trusts and Executries Next Law = Modern thinking, traditional values. Call now for legal advice on 01738 70 72 74 Further Details Reference: 28719077

3 bed bungalow

Muirlodge Place, Kinloch Rannoch, PH16 5PY

listed on 2020-01-18  PurpleBricks   

Presented in excellent condition, Purplebricks are delighted to bring to market 'High Beech' a spacious three bedroom detached bungalow located in the picturesque village of Kinloch Rannoch. The property sits on a good sized plot with off road parking and is situated close to all local amenities, transport links and primary schooling. The property is modern and bright throughout featuring a large lounge with log burning stove, modern dining kitchen with ample space for large dining table and chairs, utility room, modern family bathroom with a three piece suite, three double bedrooms all with fitted storage and a master en-suite shower. Externally the property features a good sized garden surrounding the property with garage and log store. Warmth is provided by a gas fired central heating system and the property is also fully double glazed. 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. PLEASE CLICK ON THE BROCHURE BUTTON BELOW TO BOOK A VIEWING

4 bed bungalow

Tummel Bridge, Pitlochry

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

Next Home are delighted to bring to the market this immaculately presented 3/4 BEDROOM DETACHED CEDAR BUNGALOW quietly situated within the historical village of Tummel Bridge. The property was recently extended and modernised and offers well proportioned accommodation comprising: entrance hall, spacious and open plan lounge/dining/kitchen with bi-folding doors opening to an attractive decked area, utility room, WC, snug/guest room, 3 further double bedrooms and shower room. There is double glazing and a thermaflow combi boiler supplying a wet electric central heating system. The property is situated within extensive garden grounds and enjoys a sunny position within the village. EPC RATING F Early viewing is highly recommended as it would suit a number of prospective purchasers from families to investors alike and would make an ideal holiday retreat. Key Information £185,000 BungalowDetached Three Bedrooms One Bathroom One Reception Room Room Information AREA Set in the heart of rural Perthshire, Tummel Bridge is a most popular tourist destination with other tourist attractions including the Queens View, which is one of Scotland's best known viewpoints stretching down the full length of Loch Tummel, being just a short drive away. There are a number of other historical and picturesque villages within the vicinity including Kinloch Rannoch and Loch Rannoch. The fairy mountain of Schiehallion, one of Scotlands most distinctive landmarks is just a short drive away. Entrance Hall 4.45mx 1.96m (14'7'x 6'5') Entered via a part glazed front door, the hall provides access to all accommodation. Engineered oak floor. Radiator. Cornicing and smoke alarm to the ceiling. Hatch providing access to the attic space. High level cupboard housing the fuse box. Additional cupboard housing the thermaflow combi boiler. Kitchen/Dining/Lounge 11.56mx 4.01m (37'11'x 13'2') A very bright, spacious and sociable room which is open plan and has the benefit of bi-folding doors leading to the rear garden. There are dual aspect windows to the front and side providing ample sun light. Within the lounge area is an attractive wood burning stove. Three radiators. Cornicing and in-set lighting to the ceiling, together with an attractive wooden beam feature. Telephone point. Television point. Engineered oak floor. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces and tiling. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over. Dishwasher, Cookmaster Range cooker with extractor over and fridge freezer. Snug/Guest Room Entered from the dining area via a 15 pane glazed door. This is a versatile room with windows to the front and side and glazed door providing access to an additional decking area to the front of the property. Carpet. Radiator. Utility Room 2.87mx 1.78m (9'5'x 5'10') The utility room is fitted with base units and contrasting work surfaces with splash tiling. Deep belfast style sink. Space for washing machine. Radiator. Tiled floor covering. Window to the rear. Glazed door to the rear garden. Cloakroom/WC 1.78mx 1.63m (5'10'x 5'4') Fitted with a white suite comprising of WC and wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Vinyl flooring. Master Bedroom 4.50mx 4.27m (14'9'x 14'0') A very spacious double bedroom with dual aspect windows to the front and side. Radiator. Cornicing to the ceiling. Feature fireplace. Carpet. Ample space for a range of free standing furniture. Bedroom 2 4.39m x 3.25m (14'5' x 10'8') A further spacious double bedroom with window to the front. Fitted storage cupboard with additional storage over. Radiator. Carpet. Bedroom 3 3.33m x 2.95m (10'11' x 9'8') A double bedroom with windows to the side and rear. Radiator. Carpet. Cornicing to the ceiling. Dressing area with window, carpet and cornicing to the ceiling. Shower Room 1.83m x 1.96m (6'0' x 6'5') Fitted with a modern white suite comprising: WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit and shower cubicle. There is partial tiling to the walls and complementary tiling to the floor. An opaque glazed window to the rear provides additional light and ventilation. Ladder radiator. External The property is situated within sizable garden grounds which offer a degree of privacy and a very sunny position. To the front of the property the garden is enclosed with timber fencing and is gravel chipped for ease of maintenance. A driveway to the side of the property provides off street parking for a number of cars and double gates lead into a courtyard area which is also gravel chipped with a large storage shed, workshop with power and lighting and wood store . Within the courtyard is a number of seating areas. The rear garden is enclosed and is laid to lawn with planted borders. Timber shed. There is a large area of decking to the rear of the property and an additional area to the front. External lighting on the rear deck and in the courtyard area. N.B Please note all white goods are included in the sale. Further Details Reference: 28718960

3 bed flat

Apartment 3, Bonnethill Road Development, Pitlochry, Perthshire

listed on 2020-01-25  Andersons LLP   

A First Floor Apartment in an outstanding New Development close to Pitlochry Town Centre. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN Extras can be negotiated. If you wish to be notified when prices are released for the ground level apartments and penthouse apartment please let us know. Anticipated completion Summer 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 £169,000. 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 flat

Apartment 4, Bonnethill Road Development, Pitlochry, Perthshire

listed on 2020-01-25  Andersons LLP   

A First Floor Apartment in an outstanding New Development close to Pitlochry Town Centre. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN Extras can be negotiated. If you wish to be notified when prices are released for the ground level apartments and penthouse apartment please let us know. Anticipated completion Summer 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 £169,000. 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 flat

Bonnethill Road Apartments, Pitlochry, PH16 5BS, Perthshire

listed on 2019-06-20  Andersons LLP   

Prices From £169,000 An outstanding New Development close to Pitlochry Town Centre. The prices for apartments 3 and 4 (first floor) are £169,000. 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 £169,000. 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.

2 bed detached house

Strathgarry Farm, Killiecrankie

listed on 2020-02-07  Next Home   

A rare opportunity to purchase this DETACHED TWO BEDROOM GREEN-ROOF CABIN situated within an idyllic rural setting in Killiecrankie. Key Information £120,000 Beautiful surrounding 2 Bedrooms Open Plan Living Room Information The property enjoys a peaceful location just four miles from the town of Pitlochry and has magnificent open countryside views. Within the garden grounds there is a burn and a lovely area of decking to enjoy relaxation and socialising. The accommodation comprises an open plan lounge/dining kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower room. There is double glazing and electric heating throughout. Water is sourced from a nearby spring and there is a newly installed high-specification filtration system providing a powerful water supply of clear spring water. EPC RATING E. The property is available for sale fully furnished therefore would make an excellent holiday retreat or holiday let. Details can be found at https://www.unique-cottages.co.uk/cottages/central/perthshire/dz4-killiecrankie-lodge. Within Killiecrankie there are scenic walks including the famous Soldier's Leap alongside the River Garry. There is also the historic railway viaduct and bungee jumping can be watched or enjoyed at Garry Bridge. Visit the Enchanted Forest in the autumn where you can experience spectacular imagery and lighting effects. Further amenities can be found in the town of Pitlochry which is set in the heart of the beautiful Perthshire countryside and is served by a wide range of local facilities and amenities including shopping, banking, professional offices, doctor's surgery and a community hospital. The town remains a popular holiday destination and attractions include the fish ladder, Pitlochry festival theatre and the nearby Blair Castle. The town is bypassed by the A9 trunk route providing easy access to the North and South. Early viewing is essential, as the quality of the accommodation and tranquillity of the location is certain to appeal to potential buyers. LOUNGE/DINING KITCHEN 17' 2' x 15' 9' (5.23m x 4.8m) A very bright and generously sized open plan public room with windows to the front, side and rear. Within the kitchen are there are fitted base units incorporating a stainless steel sink and drainer unit and washing machine, fridge/freezer and cooker. Large storage cupboard housing the newly fitted water filtration system. Electric storage heater. BEDROOM 1 9' 3' x 9' 2' (2.82m x 2.79m) A spacious double bedroom with window to the front. Electric panel heater. BEDROOM 2 9' 2' x 7' 10' (2.79m x 2.39m) A twin bedroom with window to the rear. Electric panel heater. Recess with hanging rail and shelving. SHOWER ROOM 6' 11' x 4' 4' (2.11m x 1.32m) Fitted with a white suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and wet-wall shower. Window to the front. Tiling to the floor. Electric panel heater. EXTERNAL The land pertaining to the cabin extends down the grassy bank to the left of the building and forward to the communal driveway where parking is available to accommodate a number of vehicles. The garden grounds are primarily laid to lawn with an attractive burn at the foot of the garden. A timber shed to the side offers excellent storage. There is an area of decking providing a relaxing seating area overlooking the surrounding countryside. FINANCIAL SERVICES Next Home Mortgages offers a range of mortgage, financial and insurance services. With Award Winning Advisors based throughout Perthshire offering: - Access to all Lenders - Exclusive Rates Not Available on The High Street - Save £1,000s on your current Mortgage Unlike the Banks we are available 7 days a week! Call us now on 01738 45 90 69. LEGAL SERVICES In association with Next Home, Next Law are a dynamic, forward thinking law firm providing a range of legal services to clients from offices based throughout Perthshire. Put your trust in them to advise on: - Residential Conveyancing and Property Law - Family Law - Charity Law - Wills, Trusts and Executries Next Law = Modern thinking, traditional values. Call now for legal advice on 01738 70 72 74 Further Details Reference: 28719120

house

Plot of Land Old Faskally Killiecrankie PH16 5LG

listed on 2019-12-15  Miller Gerrard   

Old Faskally is set in a peaceful wooded location with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. With the Killiecrankie Visitor Centre, and the beautiful pass of Killiecrankie a short walk away, and the breathtaking Queen’s View a few miles away by car, both provide a taste of more beautiful local landmarks with Schehalion and Ben Lawers, as well as Loch Tummel and Loch Tay an easy drive westwards. Close by is the vibrant town of Pitlochry with its useful range of services including a Cottage Hospital, Dentist, Supermarket and Bank. It also has numerous independent retailers as well as both Primary and Secondary Schools. It is home to the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, as well as a wide selection of cafes and restaurants. The Killiecrankie Hotel is widely recognised for its good food and hospitality, and the House of Bruar, one of Scotland’s most popular shopping experiences, is only about 7 miles north. There is a mainline railway station in Pitlochry providing easy access to both the North and South, including a sleeper service to London. Perth, which is about 30 miles away has a more comprehensive range of High Street shops and professional services. Planning approval was granted on the 18th June 2018 and the Planning Approval Reference is: 18/00653/FLL. Full details of the approval can be found on-line at www.pkc.gov.uk-planning applications online, select the tab ON LINE PLANNING SYSTEM scroll down the page to Enter a Keyword, Reference etc. and enter 18/00653/FLL.