Enjoying a very peaceful yet convenient semi-rural location is this superb 6 bedroom 4 public room modern home offering exceptionally spacious accommodation throughout and set within grounds extending to approximately 1.6 acres.
Features include natural slate roofing, curved entrance vestibule with solid wood door, a traditional style turret elevation to the rear, many cleverly positioned windows capturing differing views of the grounds and surrounding countryside and a sweeping driveway.
Ground floor accommodation:
The property is entered via a charming entrance vestibule with a solid wood
door which leads into a fantastic reception hall with access to the majority of the rooms on the ground floor. The elegant lounge features an attractive gas-fire with wooden surround and a bright double aspect. French doors give access to the patio area. The real heart of the home is the stunning split-level open-plan breakfasting kitchen/dining/family area room. The contemporary Ashley Ann kitchen is equipped with top of the range appliances. There is plentiful storage including a full wall storage area and a large centre breakfasting island. The utility room provides ample space for white goods and leads directly to the drying green in the rear garden. The expansive family and dining area incorporating the turret is a flexible entertaining space with pleasant outlooks from all windows with feature bi-fold doors leading directly onto the rear patio. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large, formal dining room, a pleasant family/play room with French doors to the side garden and a modern cloakroom WC.
First floor accommodation
On the first floor there is a large gallery landing giving access to all bedrooms, the family bathroom, and the large loft space. The notably generous master suite comprises a large double bedroom with two walk-in closets and double doors opening onto a Juliet balcony. The contemporary en-suite bathroom is fitted with WC, wash hand basin, spa bath tub and separate multi-jet shower cubicle. There are four additional generous double bedrooms (one currently used as a gym), a single bedroom currently used as a study and a box room. The family bathroom features a charming roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. A stylish shower room completes the upper floor accommodation.
The property benefits from extensive yet low maintenance grounds extending to around 1.6 acres. To the front of the property is a gated driveway leading to the property and a double garage with electric doors. Within the grounds are various mature trees providing added privacy and some colourful shrubs. To the rear of the property is a large patio area and lawn sheltered by some mature trees which leads onto a drying green and play area. To the west there is a 1 acre area of ground with three outbuildings currently laid to lawn which offers potential use as a paddock. EPC - D
Travelling from Perth to Coupar Angus continue through the village of Burrelton into Woodside on the A94. As you reach the edge of the village turn right signposted to Abernyte. Follow the road into Campmuir and continue to the road on the left signposted for Coupar Angus. Turn into this road and Darach Lodge is the fourth house on the left.
Travelling from Dundee to Coupar Angus on the A923 come over Tullybaccart and through the series of bends. At the crossroads turn left for Collace, continue to the next cross roads and turn right for Woodside. On entering Campmuir take the road on the right signposted for Coupar Angus. Darach Lodge is the fourth house on the left.
From Blairgowrie - Head out of the town on the Perth Road (A93) and continue towards the bridge over the River Isla. Head over the bridge and take the next road on the left signposted for Woodside and Burrelton. Continue along into Woodside and as you reach the edge of the village and arrive at a crossroads, head straight over onto the road signposted for Abernyte. Follow the road into Campmuir and continue to the road on the left signposted for Coupar Angus. Turn into this road and Darach Lodge is the fourth house on the left.
The largest town in Perthshire, Blairgowrie lies 15.7 miles (25 km) north of Perth. There are bus links to Dundee, Perth and beyond, with the main through-road being the A93. As a centrepiece to the town, The Wellmeadow is a grassy triangle that hosts weekly markets and outdoor events.
Many of the local population commute to nearby Perth and Dundee for work, with an important part of the town’s economy coming from the soft fruit growing industry. There are a selection of local schools including Blairgowrie Campus and Blairgowrie High School.
Local activities and attractions include The Cateran Trail, Blairgowrie & Rosemount Golf courses, the River Ericht, and the Bluebell Woods. There is also easy access to Glenshee Ski Centre and lots of fishing and shooting available in the surrounding areas.