HD Property Video Available. Presented to the market in exceptional condition throughout is this extensively refurbished four bedroom semi detached traditional villa with pleasant open outlook within the popular Perthshire village of Muthill.
Park House is ideally situated within the village which is well served with amenities including a grocery shop, post office, garage and petrol station as well as The Barley Bree, an award winning gastropub. The village has an active and friendly community focused around its primary school, church and village hall. Muthill has appealing historical character with the ruins of a 15th century parish church in its centre, a pretty village green and over 100 listed buildings. It is set amidst a backdrop of agricultural and park land belonging to Drummond Estates, and Drummond Castle with its magnificent Italianate gardens is about 2 miles away.
Crieff is a busy rural town with a good and varied range of amenities. There is a choice of supermarkets and independent shops including art galleries, gift shops, a fishmonger and a butcher. The town is also gaining a reputation for its restaurants, cafés and specialist food suppliers with two delicatessens, local bakeries and a wine merchant. The town has a health centre, banks, legal services, garages and a post office. The Strathearn Community Campus has excellent facilities while at the top of the town, Crieff Hydro attracts visitors of all ages with its impressive range of facilities.
Some of Scotland’s best private schooling is in the area with Ardvreck and Morrison’s Academy in Crieff, and Strathallan, Kilgraston and Glenalmond all within easy driving distance. Gleneagles Hotel and its golf courses are only about 6 miles south. More locally, there is a 9 hole golf course in Muthill as well as courses at Crieff, Comrie and St Fillans.
Accommodation is formed over three levels and in full comprises; welcoming reception hallway, comfortable lounge with multi fuel stove, impressive open plan living and dining area again providing a multi fuel stove and feature hearth and fire surround, fully fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor mounted units, useful utility area providing access to the rear garden. A well positioned home office with views over the rear garden completes the ground floor accommodation. Stairs from the hallway give access to the first floor level where you will find two generous double bedrooms with in built wardrobes and the master en suite shower room. A well proportioned family bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure completes the first floor apartments. The second floor offers the best views in the house and provides two further bedrooms. Double glazed windows have been installed and a highly efficient oil fired heating system provides warmth.
Externally and to the side of the house is a driveway leading to the detached timber garage and additional parking area. The large, private and well maintained rear gardens offer the perfect space for children to play and for outdoor entertaining. To the rear of the house you will find access to the large basement and workshop.
Viewing is recommended to appreciate the standard of accommodation on offer. The current owner have extensively refurbished the property 'back to brick' and rebuilt the house to create a warm, efficient family home with all of the modern elements you would expect whilst retaining the charm of the original building. EPC - D
A few things about this property:
- Four bedroom semi detached tradional villa
- Master en suite shower room
- Impressive open plan living and dining area
- Fully fitted kitchen
- Well appointed family bathroom
The finer detail:
- Oil fired central heating
- Double glazed windows
- Detached timer garage
- Private and well maintained gardens
- EPC - D
Perthshire boasts a broad range of visitor attractions, luxury hotels and restaurants, renown schooling, entertainment facilities, leisure pursuits and sporting opportunities including fishing on the many rivers and lochs and golfing at the world famous Gleneagles Championship courses to name but a few. As well as a flourishing arts and cultural scene, Perthshire has also come to be known as the gateway to the Highlands and also provides excellent road and rail links to Scotland's major cities and airports making it a highly sought-after holiday destination for tourists and an ideal area in which to work and call home.