A bright and well proportioned three bedroom detached family villa located within a sought after residential area in the beautiful Perthshire market town of Crieff.
The property enjoys a great location towards the western edge of Crieff, within walking distance of the many shops and services available within the town as well as MacRosty Park and the picturesque Lady Mary's Walk, popular with families and dog walkers.
The flexible accommodation is formed over two floors comprising; entrance hallway with WC off, impressive box bay windowed sitting room with double doors leading to the dining room and a breakfasting kitchen which provides direct access to the garden. From the hallway the staircase leads to the upper level where there are three generous bedrooms with the master benefitting from an en suite shower room and a well appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The property sits within a generous plot set at the head of a quiet cul de sac and benefits from a private driveway and single garage. This fantastic family home is warmed by gas central heating and has double glazing throughout. The well maintained garden grounds are fully enclosed and child friendly.
An extremely well appointed property, located in an very popular area of Crieff and likely to have broad appeal. We recommend early viewing to appreciate the accommodation on offer. EPC - C
A few things about this property:
- Detached villa
- Three bedrooms (one with en-suite)
- Box bay windowed sitting room
- Dining room
- Breakfasting kitchen
- Family bathroom
The finer detail:
- Gas central heating
- Double glazing
- Maintained garden grounds
- EPC - C
Crieff in Perth and Kinross, is a medium sized market town (population 7,368) that lies 17.8 miles (28km) west from Perth. The town lies on the A85 road between Perth and Crianlarich and on the A822 between Greenloaning and Aberfeldy, situated amongst spectacular scenery.
Victorian villas and more modern detached homes and terraces are common housing options and schools in the area include Morrison’s Academy and Crieff Primary.
The town has historically been a popular tourist destination, and there are plenty of attractions on offer today including The Famous Grouse Experience - the oldest distillery in Scotland and home of the famous tipple - with tours, tastings and events. For those looking to enjoy the beautiful countryside around there is the local MacRosty Park, walking, fishing, boating and canoeing on Loch Earn at St Fillans and hillwalking at nearby Glen Ledknock. The annual Crieff Highland Games continue to draw crowds each year and the Crieff Hydro Hotel, provides 4 star accommodation and self-catering holiday lets. The Crieff Hydro Leisure Club offers various membership packages to local residents too.