• Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK
  • Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JL, UK

Den Of Kinnaird, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, Perthshire

Offers over £385,000

**CLOSING DATE SET FOR FRIDAY 3RD JULY 2015 @ 12.00PM** We are delighted to bring to the market this unique architect-designed THREE BEDROOM SINGLE-STOREY HOUSE built fifteen years ago in a stunning crescent-shaped design. The property is quietly tucked away in a secluded location in the semi-rural and highly desirable hamlet of Kinnaird. Key features are an open-plan living space, vaulted ceiling, full-height windows and two sets of French doors which lead out onto a decking area that extends along the full length of the property. This south-facing side affords truly magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and benefits from the sun all day long.

The beautiful design of this property, excellent location and approximately 1.2 acres of private and varied garden grounds make it rare to the market.

The well landscaped garden is not only laid to lawns and herbaceous beds, but also features an area that could be used for livestock, an orchard, soft fruit bushes and a vegetable plot. The grounds are host to a variety of wildlife including, roe deer, fallow deer, red squirrels and pine martins. Regular visitors are also goldfinches, siskins, woodpeckers, redpoll, yellowhammer, brambling and other migratory species.

Although the property is ideal for those who seek a quiet and private location the town of Pitlochry is just a short walk or drive away. Closer still is Moulin village which offers an inn, brewery and village hall. EPC Rating D

Key Information

  • £385,000
  • Bungalow - Detached
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • One Reception Room

Room Information

Accommodation -
The property benefits from having oil-fired central heating, double glazing and comprises an entrance porch, hall, open-plan living room, dining area, kitchen, utility room, corridor with study area, three bedrooms (master en-suite) and a family bathroom. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality and quantity of accommodation on offer. EPC Rating D

Entrance Hall - 6'3 x 3'2 (1.91m x 0.97m)
The entrance hall is open to the main living accommodation and is entered via a glazed door. Solid oak flooring is laid throughout the property as are inset halogen spotlights.

Lounge/Dining/Kitchen - 18'5 x 35'1 (5.61m x 10.69m)
A most impressive and exceptionally bright, open-plan sociable room with an abundance of natural light from the many windows and French doors leading out to the rear of the property. Features of this room are the high vaulted ceiling with wooden beams and wood-burning stove.

The kitchen area is fitted with a range of high gloss modern wall and base units with solid oak block work surfaces. Integrated appliances include a double oven/grill, induction hob with extractor over and dishwasher. The kitchen has a double Belfast sink in white, providing a traditional feature. There is a hatch to a storage area in the attic.

Utility Room - 14'10 x 6'8 (4.52m x 2.03m)
Again open-plan with the rest of the living accommodation, the utility area has a solid wood block work surface with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The fridge/freezer is also located in this area. There is a glazed door providing access to the side of the property.

Hall Corridor - 34'7 x 6'7 (10.54m x 2.01m)
A crescent-shaped corridor providing access to all sleeping accommodation with the benefit of two full-height windows to the front of the property lending plenty of natural light. Within this area there are many different sections which can be utilised to suit the purchaser, however the current owners have made use of this space to create a study area. There is a large lit airing cupboard which houses the oil-fired boiler and includes a hatch to the attic.

Master Bedroom - 18'8 x 9'5 (5.69m x 2.87m)
A most impressive and spacious double bedroom with floor to ceiling window to the rear and additional glazed door to the side of the property, both of which flood the room with natural light. There is a large double fitted wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, shelving and hanging rail.

En-suite - 8'1 x 5'4 (2.46m x 1.63m)
Fitted with a modern white suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with rain shower over and glazed screen. There is partial tiling to the walls and complementary tiling to the floor. A window to the rear to the property provides additional light and ventilation. There is also a heated chrome ladder towel rail.

Bedroom 2 - 11'8 x 9'3 (3.56m x 2.82m)
Another good sized double bedroom with floor to ceiling window and views over the garden. Fitted double wardrobe with sliding
doors, shelving and hanging rail.

Bedroom 3 - 11'9 x 9'2 (3.58m x 2.79m)
A well presented double bedroom with floor to ceiling window and views over garden. There is ample space for free-standing furniture.

Bathroom - 11'8 x 5'3 (3.56m x 1.60m)
The bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising W.C., pedestal wash hand basin and bath with rainshower over and glazed screen. There is partial tiling to the walls and complementary tiling to the floor. There is a window to the rear.

External -
This property benefits from being in a quiet secluded location with the most spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The extensive mature garden grounds, which extend to approximately 1.2 acres, have been well landscaped with mature trees, shrubs and areas of lawn offering colour throughout the year.

To the side of the property runs the Kinnaird burn and to the rear of the garden there is an area which as previously mentioned can be used for livestock, or as a paddock.

There is a large detached garage which is fitted with ample electrical sockets and fluorescent lighting. Shelving lines the walls and a workbench stretches along one whole side.

The garden also benefits from having a kennel and two timber sheds.

Further Details

  • Reference:25635840

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