HD Property Video Available. Enjoying a fantastic setting next to Rohallion Loch is this bright and spacious detached bungalow set in approximately one third of an acre, with well maintained, mature landscaped garden grounds and wonderful open countryside views.
Accommodation in full comprises; entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hallway, impressive sitting room with feature fireplace and pleasant outlook to the front, fully fitted dining kitchen, formal dining room, four generous double bedrooms, a well appointed bathroom with separate shower enclosure and a useful WC. Attached to the property is the garage which can be accessed from the central hallway.
Warmth is provided by a oil fired central heating system and double glazed windows have been installed.
Externally the expansive grounds have been maintained to a good standard. The private drive is entered through black wrought iron gates. The principal gardens are situated to both the front and side of the house. They are fully surrounded by established shrubs and hedges with a variety of broadleaf trees giving it a lovely rural setting. There are two large sections of lawn.
Stairdam Cottage is close to the small hamlet of Waterloo which is around ½ a mile north of Bankfoot, approximately 8 miles north of Perth and 7 miles south of Dunkeld. Bankfoot provides day to day requirements including a primary school, with a wider range of facilities available in Perth. EPC - D
A few things about this property:
- Detached bungalow
- Four bedrooms
- Impressive sitting room with feature fireplace
- Dining kitchen
The finer detail:
- Oil fired central heating
- Double glazing
- Set on approximately one third of an acre
- Two large sections of lawn
- 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.