Clyde Property Perth
26 George Street, Perth, Perthshire PH1 5JR
St Madoes , Perthshire , PH2 7NP
Elm Mews is ideally located for transport links. The A90 westwards will take you swiftly into Perth, and eastwards to Dundee. Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh airports are within easy reach. Perth and Dundee are also well-served by trains and buses. You’ll enjoy country living while being within a few miles of the attractions of Perth and Dundee. These include the River Tay, parks, pubs and eateries, historic attractions, art galleries and outdoor activities. Pick up your essentials in the nearby historic and picturesque villages of St Madoes and Glencarse. Primary schooling is available in St Madoes and Errol and you’ll find horse-riding facilities at Inchcoonan’s Equestrian in Errol.
Accommodation is formed over two floor levels, measures 2278 sqft and in full comprises; entrance vestibule with cloaks cupboard, welcoming reception hallway with WC off, impressive open plan living and dining kitchen, useful utility room and ground level double bedroom with en suite shower room. Stairs from the hallway lead to the upper landing with work/play area, three generously proportioned double bedrooms (principal with en suite shower room) and contemporary family bathroom. The integral single garage is accessed via the utility room.
Standing alongside the converted steading houses, the villas offer generous modern living looking out onto glorious countryside. Your villa comes complete with the finest names in modern interiors. Enjoy bespoke kitchens with integrated appliances, solid worktops, exclusive floor coverings, and bathrooms with feature lighting. Lighting designers have painstakingly planned each home, and Air Source Heat Pumps which offer a cost-effective and environmentally friendly heat source which does not utilize fossil fuel. Your garage provides additional parking with storage, and you’ll love the ultra-fast, reliable, secure FTTP broadband. This is city technology with a rural outlook.
Moneydie, Luncarty, Perthshire, PH1 3JA
Accommodation is formed over two floor levels, measures 1905 sqft and in full comprises; welcoming reception hallway, impressive lounge with multi-fuel stove and access to the generously proportioned conservatory, large dining area, good sized kitchen with useful utility/boot room and cloakroom WC, ground level bedroom which is currently being utilised as a home office with adjacent shower room. Stairs from the hallway lead to the upper landing and the principal bedroom with en- suite shower room and superb balcony offering wonderful views over the surrounding countryside, two further double bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath.
Warmth is provided by oil fired central heating (Utility room and Conservatory have underfloor heating) and the windows are double glazed. The property also benefits from Solar Panels on early arranged higher tariff which currently pays more than the annual electricity bill.
The entrance to Smithy Cottage leads to a gravel parking area at the side of the house. The garden ground extends to approx. 0.9 acre with feature fenced pond.
There is a large stone-built barn (internal floor area approx 210sq m) which housed the original smithy and a substantial brick built shed (11m x 7m). The barn benefits from 3-Phase power. The shed has single-phase power. There are two decking areas perfectly placed to enjoy the sun in the summer months.
There is also a timber build Summer House with substantial decking surround. It also has electric power.
Outline planning permission has been granted for an additional dwelling and initial plans have been prepared by architect.
Perth has an excellent choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a concert hall, theatre, art gallery, museum and cinema. The town’s leisure facilities also include the Perth Climbing Centre, the Willowgate Activity Centre, Perth Leisure pool, an ice rink and two sports centres.
The cottage is ideally situated for those who enjoy the outdoors. The rivers, hills and lochs of the Perthshire highlands and the Angus Glens are all within easy reach. Fishing and shooting are readily available from local estates, there are various cycle paths in the area and the ski slopes of Glenshee are about 40 miles north. Local golf courses include the North Inch Golf Course, Craigie Hill, Murrayshall and Dunkeld. Gleneagles and St Andrews are both within easy driving distance of Perth.
Perth train station has regular services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness and London. Edinburgh Airport is about 48 miles away and there are direct flights from Dundee Airport to London City.
There is a primary school in Luncarty and secondary schooling in Perth. There is also a choice of private schools nearby with The High School of Dundee, Strathallan, Kilgraston, Glenalmond and Craigclowan all within easy driving distance. EPC - C
Borelick, Dunkeld , Perthshire, PH8 0BX
Borelick is in intimate development of just five properties. The steading which is a conversion of original farm buildings consists of three properties cleverly designed around a central courtyard. Built with local stone, timber cladding and slate roofs the buildings fit perfectly into the landscape.
Internal accommodation is formed over two floor levels, measures 2238 sqft and in full comprises; welcoming atrium style hallway with double height ceiling, impressive open plan living, dining and kitchen area, useful utility room which provides access to the integral garage, ground level bedroom (currently utilised as a formal dining room) and attractive shower room. Stairs from the hallway lead to the open gallery landing and home office area. The main sitting room is found on the first floor and features triple aspect windows and wood burning stove. There are two further double bedrooms both of with benefit from en suite shower facilities. Warmth is provided by an oil fired central heating system.
Externally, there is a sunny courtyard garden perfectly positioned with uninterrupted views over the stunning surrounding countryside. There is parking for a number of vehicles and access to the integral garage.
Torbeg sits in a highly scenic position to the west of the Royal Burgh of Dunkeld in the popular and sought-after County of Perthshire. Offering good day-to-day services, Dunkeld is a thriving village with Post Office, bank, delicatessen, butcher, cafes, small supermarket, doctor's surgery and primary school and selection of excellent bar and restaurants. The Dunkeld House Hotel lies on the edge of the village offering recreational activities to members whilst a railway station to the north of the A9 provides regular services to the north and south.
The City of Perth lies some 20 miles south and offers a wide array of national retailers together with a theatre, concert hall, cinema, swimming pool, numerous restaurants and library. Further, there are a number of banks, supermarkets and both railway and bus stations. The cities of both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in just over a 1½hr journey by car and provide international airports together with a wealth of city amenities.
The property is within a daily commute of a number of independent schools. On the edge of Perth is the Preparatory School of Craigclowan with Kilgraston by Bridge of Earn and Strathallan in the village of Forgandenny. Glenalmond lies beyond Harrietfield whilst Ardvreck and Morrison's Academy are both found in Crieff.
Perthshire is a county which provides a wide array of recreational pursuits. Hill walking may be enjoyed in the surrounding hills and glens with pretty woodland walks at the nearby Hermitage or along the banks of the River Tay from Dunkeld. For the golfer, there is an 18-hole course in Dunkeld itself whilst the championship course at Rosemount is within a comfortable distance. The world-renowned Gleneagles Hotel by Auchterarder lies about a 30-minute journey by car to the south with its three championship courses and equestrian centre, shooting school and sports facilities for members. Both fishing and shooting may be taken locally whilst for those interested in historical houses and gardens, there is Scone Palace close to Perth with its Palace, arboretum and extensive grounds and is close to Crieff, with Drummond Castle gardens open during the summer months. The Loch of the Lowes lies to the north-east of Dunkeld with its visitor centre and wildlife reserve and from where ospreys, red squirrels, woodpeckers and other woodland birds can all be observed. EPC - C
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