North Glassingall House is a substantial architect designed, five-bedroom detached villa situated in a rural and peaceful setting on the edge of the country Estate of Glassingall, close to the Cromlix Hotel and just 3 miles from Dunblane.
The property was constructed in 2019 with the highest quality materials used throughout the build. The timber frame house features granite stone work combined with a sharp rendered finish and beautiful slate roof. The abundance of bespoke glass skilfully frames the outstanding countryside views. Internally the quality continues with high specification kitchens and bathrooms, quality floor coverings and impressive sound system throughout the ground floor.
The accommodation is formed over two floor levels, measures 3885sqft and in full comprises; immediately impressive glass fronted entrance hallway, exceptional family room which is open plan to the dining area and kitchen. The room measures around 100 sqm, features a smart home bar area, two sets of sliding doors to the garden and is the heart of this superb home. The contemporary high-end kitchen has a magnificent Neolith island unit and triple Neff oven. The living room offers an additional reception space with in-built media station and 11kw wood burning stove. The property has been designed in such a way that the west wing of the house could be used as an annexe to the main house. There is a separate entrance to a utility/ boot room with additional kitchen, high-spec shower room and staircase to a superb en suite double bedroom and further bedroom. The main staircase with bridge-style landing is constructed with a combination of glass and oak and is a significant feature of the home. The upper level provides access to the splendid principal bedroom with dressing area and en suite bathroom. Bedroom two also benefits from a luxury en suite shower room and the additional double bedroom has beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. The integral, remote accessed double garage is accessed internally and there is a useful home office on the ground floor. Warmth is provided by nest controlled underfloor heating on the ground level and a radiators system on the upper floor. A 6KW solar panel system has been fitted and adds to the efficiency of the home.
North Glassingall House sits in a beautiful rural setting overlooking the neighbouring parkland of the Glassingall estate. Mature trees are dotted within the garden and beyond the boundary running alongside a burn and providing an exceptionally private feel. The remote operated gates to the front give way to a large stone chipped driveway. The private garden grounds are a delight and mainly laid to lawn with a large Limestone patio to the rear providing the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining. The stone wall from the original walled garden of Glassinghall House runs the length of the garden on one side. The plot extends to circa 1 acre
Dunblane is an ancient, small cathedral city set in attractive countryside six miles to the north of Stirling. The town is well situated for travel to both Edinburgh and Glasgow and all the other major towns of central Scotland. It has a good selection of local shops, a Tesco supermarket and a Marks & Spencer Simply Food and also offers a variety of recreational facilities which include tennis, squash and bowling clubs and a golf club. The world-famous Gleneagles Hotel, home of the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup, with its leisure club and golf courses, is only 13 miles away.
Dunblane has three primary schools and a high school, all of which have good reputations. There are a number of private schools which cater for day pupils nearby, including Beaconhurst Grange at Bridge of Allan, Morrison's Academy at Crieff and Dollar Academy. There are other excellent day and boarding schools in Perthshire including Ardvreck (preparatory), Glenalmond, Strathallan and Kilgraston (for girls). All the Edinburgh schools, including Fettes, Merchiston and Loretto, are also within easy reach.
Dunblane is well placed, with good road and rail connections to all the major towns of central Scotland. The pivot of the motorway network is only two miles to the south with the M9 and M80 giving quick access to Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively. The A9 is dual carriageway all the way to Perth where it links to the A90 to Dundee and Aberdeen. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are easily accessible. In addition, Dunblane has a railway station on the main line from London to Inverness with commuter services to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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