Ideal for those looking for a wonderful idyllic country retreat located on the doorstep of some of Scotland's finest scenery. Perthshire boasts a diverse range of outdoor pursuits and recreational activities including deer stalking, grouse and pheasant shooting, salmon fishing, walking trails and the famous Glenshee ski centre can be found just over 20 miles away. The Rosemount championship golf course, venue for the 2014 Junior Ryder Cup, is also located around 2 miles away in the town of Blairgowrie. Riverlodge has trout fishing rights on the river Ericht which is a tributary of the River Tay, famous for its salmon fishing.
The property also offers the option to have a separate wing with flexible layout and its own entrance. With floorspace measuring approx 4000sq ft, the extensive open plan accommodation has been meticulously designed providing a beautifully appointed and versatile home with simply stunning panoramic river views.
The property also receives regular financial benefits via the government's Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) scheme which entitles the owner of River Lodge an annual payment of £4354 (paid quarterly) for the next 7 years.
Everything in River Lodge has been chosen to reflect its beautiful natural setting whilst giving a truly luxurious feel. Newly completed with high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout, it is a superb example of an energy efficient country home.
Skilfully and elegantly styled it offers a notable amount of character with contemporary exterior slate stonework, large areas of decking with a sunken hot tub and wrap round balconies allowing you to enjoy the peaceful woodland location. Internally leather granite worktops, hand scrapped oak and natural slate flooring, feature oak doors and large expanses of glass walls just add to the stunning setting.
Accommodation: Vestibule, hallway, en-suite master bedroom with dressing room, a further 6 bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, lounge/dining room/bar, dining kitchen, family bathroom, second kitchen, study/office, tv snug, games room, boiler room and ample storage.
Upper level: River Lodge is an open plan home, split over 4 levels. It is entered via a welcoming vestibule with large cloakroom providing space for outdoor attire and footwear and doorway leading into the main hallway. Along the upper level there are a total of six bedrooms with ample storage, all boast porcelanosa en suite bath and shower rooms. Also along the hallway is a laundry store and a fully fitted second kitchen offering potential scope for sectioning off part of the accommodation into self-contained living quarters if desired with a second entrance at the far end.
Mid-level: Accessed off the main hallway down 3 steps is the master suite which consists of a large double bedroom, walk-in dressing room and contemporary en-suite wet room. Further along the hallway leads you to the heart of this home. The stunning kitchen is a cooks dream and perfect for entertaining. Furnished with hand painted oak cabinets and leather granite work surfaces it features a four oven AGA and numerous appliance including 2 dishwashers, BBQ and full size AEG fridge, wine cooler and freezer. There is a main sink for washing up and also a cooks prep sink with waste disposal. The large island provides excellent storage and workspace whilst also providing upholstered seating opposite.
Off the kitchen is a small hallway giving access to a useful study with a door onto the decking and a family bathroom with spa bath. There is also a pleasant tv room/snug with fireplace and lovely views to outside. Sliding doors lead out onto a large area of decking with hot tub and artificial grassed area providing ample space for al-fresco dining and relaxing.
Lower level: Steps from the kitchen lead to the stunning lounge. 15m long with double height ceilings and full height glass windows. Sliding doors lead out to the wrap round deck which capitalise on the simply stunning river views and surrounding woodlands. Ideal for entertaining it incorporates a large seating area with tv, a dining area and fully equipped bar. The feature gas fire is lit with the press of a button and there is underfloor heating covered with Khars rustic oak flooring.
Ground floor: With direct access onto the water this lower level has a large games room with sliding doors leading out onto an additional area of decking with seating. Adjacent to the games room is a boiler room providing useful storage space and also houses the high-efficiency biomass heating system.
The grounds extend to just under 1.2 acres in total and consist of large sections of decking, lawn, woodland, decorative rockeries with artificial grass to help keep maintenance to a minimum. The entire plot is riverside. There is an abundance of parking and a private driveway behind the property. Access for larger vehicles can also be gained by a separate second driveway.
The double garage has 2 remote controlled doors and is styled in keeping with the main property. It provides additional secure parking and storage and is also equipped with water, power and lighting. Inside there is a staircase which leads to the large room above. This has windows with beautiful views and would suit a variety of uses such as a gym, home office, studio or even occasional living quarters with relevant planning permission etc.
All heating and ample hot water is provided by an energy efficient fully automated Biomass Pellet boiler system with separate pellet store. The government's Renewable Heating Incentive (RHI) scheme refunds money each year and entitles the owner of River Lodge an annual payment of £4354 (paid quarterly) for the next 7 years. EPC rating – C
Location: River Lodge is located within the small hamlet of Craigmill located around two miles outside the historic Perthshire town of Blairgowrie. Within Blairgowrie there is a host of amenities and services including local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafés and many picturesque walks and outdoor pursuits. More extensive services and amenities can be found in Perth (15 miles) and Dundee (17 miles) with airports located in Glasgow (72 miles) and Edinburgh (60 miles). The A9 is (12 miles) away and Braemar is (35miles)
Additional items: Prospective purchasers should note that the property may also be available to purchase fully furnished by negotiation.
An exceptional two storey West End home, occupying the entire ground and lower ground floor of this handsome listed terrace and further benefits from a private town garden to rear and open Southerly views to front over resident's gardens towards Glasgow City.
This stunning home is in fabulous order throughout as it has been totally refurbished and remodelled to an exacting specification. The property enjoys a quiet situation with ample resident's parking to front, whilst all amenities in the West End and city centre are easily accessible.
The accommodation comprises:beautiful bay window drawing room with ornate ceiling plasterworks and stylish walnut flooring, luxury German kitchen with full compliment of Siemens integrated appliances, centre island and fabulous bay window dining area, home office fitted with purpose-built storage, three double-sized bedroom suites complete with bespoke walnut wardrobes and marble-tiled en-suite bathrooms, fourth bedroom with direct access to City garden, family bathroom, fully-fitted utility/laundry room and guest WC by front entrance.
As mentioned, the property benefits from it's own private rear garden which has been laid to an attractive combination of low maintenance materials.
The Park district of Glasgow is renowned for it's breathtaking sandstone terraces, which overlook Kelvingrove Park and provide stunning views over the surrounding Cityscape. This much sought after address is nestled conveniently between Glasgow's West End and City Centre, making the location highly popular with business executives wishing to be near to places of work, yet away from the busy bustling streets. Park is perfect for gaining direct access to the M8 motorway network and is only fifteen minutes drive from Glasgow Airport. Whilst this area is known for it's quietude and charm, the surrounding area is not short of places to go for a dinner and drinks. The West End and Finnieston are filled with popular bars and restaurants and are both known for their vibrant nightlife and weekend hotspots.
HD Property Video Available. 18 Ewerland is a unique and very spacious detached house over three levels set in large private gardens in an enviable location on the banks of the River Almond with garage and additional parking in the driveway for several vehicles. The property offers contemporary styled living accommodation in a very peaceful and sought after location yet within easy reach of the city centre.
The house is entered at upper ground floor level by an entrance vestibule with a double glazed door to the open and welcoming hall with oak flooring. There is a cloakroom, cupboard housing the boiler and hot water tank and a shelved linen cupboard. There is a hatch from the hall giving easy access by a Ramsay style ladder with handrail to a large floored loft storage area. The lounge is situated on the upper ground floor, has a wood burning stove and a large double aspect corner window facing South West towards the River Almond and Cramond Brig. Patio doors lead from the lounge to the east elevation of the front garden and main entrance driveway and in the south elevation a large South West facing decked balcony. There is a beautiful American white oak winding staircase leading down to the living/dining room on the middle floor. Four double bedrooms are also situated on the upper ground floor. Double bedroom 2 is to the rear of the property with walk-in wardrobe and en suite shower room with WC, wash hand basin, bidet and heated towel rail. Double bedroom 3 is to the front of the property and again has windows on two elevations with a delightful outlook and fitted wardrobes, bedroom 4 has a range of fitted wardrobes and windows looking on to the side gardens and double bedroom 5 (currently used as a study) has a window looking on to the front garden. There is also a family bathroom with bath, separate shower, WC, bidet and heated towel rail. There is a bathroom cabinet in each en suite and bathroom.
A wide staircase, in beautiful American white oak, leads down to the principal living area on the middle floor, a further hall with shelved linen cupboard and separate WC. An impressive contemporary open plan kitchen/breakfast room opening on to the exceptional living/dining room with two large south west facing double patio doors opening on to an extremely sunny decked terrace with leafy outlook over the River Almond. The modern fitted kitchen has an extensive range of contemporary floor and wall attached units. Integrated appliances in the kitchen are all included. There are two storage cupboards located in the living/dining room area, one of which is particularly large and has an extractor fan. The master bedroom is located on the middle floor and has a walk-in wardrobe, an en suite bathroom with shower over the bath, WC, wash hand basin, bidet, heated towel rail, and double aspect windows with a delightful outlook over the side and rear gardens. There is also a utility room with cupboard, further built-in units providing excellent storage, washing machine, Belfast sink and clothes pulley.
Extractor fans are located in the kitchen, utility room, bathrooms and WCs. There is a smoke alarm system and carbon monoxide detector plus fully maintained security system.
The American white oak staircase continues down to the lower floor which has a WC, wash hand basin, two storage cupboards (one shelved linen type – the three linen cupboards are aligned vertically and provide space for the installation of a lift); and a separate door leading on to the lower wooded garden and path to the large single garage and associated parking at the lower entrance from Dowie's Mill Lane. The path connects upper and lower entrances. There is additional external storage space with large double doors which open to the rear of the property.
The property is surrounded by large private gardens of approximately 0.5 acres in size, there is access to the gardens from both sides of the property. To the front of the house is a delightful private garden, which is enclosed by a fence and landscaped to include an area of lawn, rockery, planted border, outside lighting and gravel driveway. To the right hand side of the house is an area of side garden, principally laid to lawn, and a garden shed which is included. Steps lead down the left hand side of the house to a large terrace with magnificent south westerly views over the River Almond. The remainder of the plot is principally wooded, affording a high degree of privacy and tranquillity. A path leads down to a large single garage with ample storage, light, power and water. The path leads further on to the River Almond Walk. In addition there is on-street parking for several vehicles, and planning consent exists for a second garage at driveway level.
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Wester Tartraven is a spectacular steading conversion in an idyllic rural setting in the hills above Linlithgow. With beautiful panoramic views over the surrounding countryside, the house is a stunning expansive family home with real flexibility for living. The surrounding views really have to be seen to be appreciated and are all encompassing, from the Pentland Hills to the Firth of Forth bridges and beyond to the Ochils and the Trossachs.
The property is split into two separate units which provide flexibility and further potential. The main house is “L shaped” and together with the annex creates a protected courtyard. Together they mix contemporary living within a traditional steading setting. The main house benefits from under floor heating throughout including all the bathrooms and is powered by an air source heat pump.
The front door leads into a bright and spacious welcoming hallway overlooking the courtyard setting. Immediately there is access to 3 bedrooms and the family bathroom complete with roll top bath tub.
The master suite has a large study area together with fitted walk-in wardrobe and also access to an extensive floored attic via a Ramsay ladder. Overlooking the study is the main bedroom on a mezzanine level. A high specification en-suite with a mains pressure shower, large shower cubicle, tiled flooring, granite top basin is accessed from the study.
The principal living accommodation is a spacious open plan living/dining/ kitchen. The kitchen has stunning views to the North, a Belfast sink, a stainless steel Bosch dishwasher as well as a range of solid oak floor units, granite worktops, five ring Smeg gas hob, extractor hood and twin Neff oven. There is ample space for a dining table comfortably seating up to 8 people. Accessed from the kitchen is a walk in utility room/ larder. Steps lead down into the sitting room which has beautiful views to the East and North, a Norwegian Morso wood burning stove and sliding doors opening into the dining area over looking the internal courtyard.
The self-contained annexe is approached through its own private front door, leading to a bright reception hallway with an exquisite bespoke staircase. There is a large sitting room with dining area again with a Morso wood burning stove. Dining kitchen with stunning views and patio doors out to a paved seating area. There is a selection of floor units, and four ring gas hob with an extractor hood and light, dual Neff oven/grill and ample space for a dining table. With the added benefit of a utility room with separate WC and access into the boot room. The annex is centrally heated by radiators powered by a new external combi oil boiler.
Upstairs is a large double bedroom, family bathroom with shower cubicle and bath and also another bedroom on the mezzanine level above the sitting room.
Outside the gardens really are exceptional and accessed by a private lane. This leads to the gateway and driveway, in turn leading to the courtyard. There is a detached out building with log store and workshop which houses the air-source heat pump boiler. There is a hatch leading to a bespoke spiral wine cellar. Double garage with electric door and above the garage and workshop there is a floored attic space. The award wining gardens at Western Tartraven are beautiful with their own specified areas including an upper lawn section shaded by beech and ash trees which are surrounded by a beautifully maintained shrub bedding. Path leads to a lower garden where there is a pond, a well and an extensive lawn area with cherry, monkey puzzle, beech, lime and sycamore trees. There is also a garden shed with turf roof and children’s tree-house included in the sale price.
The property has mains electricity, private water, private drainage and a combined air-souce heat pump and oil fired central heating. Carpets, curtains are included in the sale together with the fridge in the main house. White goods in the annex is also included in the sale.
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For many years the property has been run as a Bed and Breakfast establishment and the accommodation has been arranged to perfectly cater for guests. There are distinct owners' accommodation areas along with letting bedrooms within the main house and there are two separate bedroom annex rooms at the far end of the property, each with ensuite facilities and also used for letting. It would be easy to re-integrate these rooms into the main accommodation if the purchaser wished the house to be one family home. Please refer to the floorplan and the home report for full details on the accommodation. EPC - Band G
Rhynd House successfully combines privacy and convenience in terms of location. The stunning views and serenity of the surrounding countryside simply enhance the sense of tranquillity whilst the city of Perth and the M90 motorway are just over two miles away making it ideal for those requiring ready transport links for commuting. The views on offer from the property simply have to be seen in person to be fully appreciated. From the iconic landmark of Binn Hill Tower to the north and across the Carse of Cowrie and meandering River Tay to the east.
The property is accessed into an entrance vestibule with a further entry point via the small courtyard into a rear hallway linking the main home and the cottage/annex. The welcoming reception sets the tone for the rest of the accommodation with plenty of natural light, high ceilings, cornicing and impressive original woodwork on show which continue throughout many of the rooms.
Ground floor: two generous public rooms (sitting room and dining room), kitchen and conservatory, utility room, double bedroom with walk in cupboard (could be used as a family room), shower room, storage cupboard with hatch to basement, access hall to adjoining cottage/annex.
The formal dining room has a unique original stained glass window while the large sitting room has decorative cornicing, a marble fireplace and two large windows, one overlooking the garden to the front and the other providing a stunning view across the countryside and hills in the distance. The kitchen is fitted with a high-quality, bespoke range of base and wall units with integrated appliances, solid wood and granite work surfaces and AGA cooker. Accessed off the kitchen is a wonderful hard wood, double glazed conservatory providing space for dining and seating. The stunning vista on offer makes it a great place to relax and unwind.
First floor: open landing with feature window, superb drawing room, family bathroom, three generous double bedrooms with two also giving access to separate dressing rooms/office space.
The family bathroom is fitted with a fresh white suite comprising WC, wash-hand basin, cast iron bath and separate shower cubicle and again boasts some fine views. Perhaps one of the most impressive rooms within the property, the drawing room features an open marble fireplace and a bright double aspect, which includes an eye-catching bay window with the best of the far-reaching views. Alternatively it could be used as an additional bedroom if so desired.
Adjoining cottage: lounge with open plan kitchen, two bedrooms, shower room and sun room. It offers generous accommodation in itself and could be used as a residence for relatives, teenage children, a holiday let or developed for home business.
A gated driveway leads down into the garden grounds which lie predominantly to the front and one side of the property and consist of a sweeping area of lawn with summer house, mature trees, hedging and a beautiful walled garden stocked with an array of colourful plants, shrubs and herbs. There is also a quaint courtyard and a wealth of parking provided by a large gravelled area and detached double garage. Again, another notable feature is the superb and varying views on offer from different sides of the grounds.
From Perth head south on the Edinburgh Road and just after leaving the city take the road on the left (Rhynd Road) signposted for Rhynd and Elcho Castle. Continue for approximately 2 miles before reaching a small private road on the left just after the road sign for Rhynd, marked with a 'Private Road' sign. Continue down this road where Rhynd House can be found on the right.
Easy access is gained to the dual-carriageway for those who commute with excellent travel links to Dundee (21 miles), Stirling (34 miles), Edinburgh (43 miles) and Glasgow (59 miles). Perth’s city centre is just a five minute drive away and is a vibrant hub of eateries, entertainment facilities, leisure pursuits and the award-winning concert hall. The surrounding area offers a wealth of opportunities to pursue interests and hobbies; world class fishing, challenging cycle routes, both on and off road, numerous adventure sports facilities, mountain pursuits such as skiing, hiking and rock climbing and an unsurpassed range of golf courses, including the 2014 Ryder Cup host Gleneagles. Sites of significant beauty, heritage, innovation and historical importance are easily reached from Perth. These are just some of the reasons why Perth receives a consistently high ranking in quality of life surveys. There is also a selection of very good primary, secondary and private schools in the area and its environs. Edinburgh airport can also be found just under 40 miles away.
Bothwell remains one of South Lanarkshire's most popular villages and is regarded as an up-market and cosmopolitan location. Offering a fabulous selection of bars and restaurants, Bothwell boasts fantastic nightlife as well as a charming collection of local shops and boutiques which combine to form an interesting high street. There is a recently completed Marks & Spencer's food store within just a few minutes of the property as well as leisure facilities that include 18 hole Parkland Golf Course, Rail Station at Uddingston and David Lloyd Leisure centre in Hamilton. The property is also only a five minute walk from Bothwell primary school. Bothwell offers fast access to the M74 motorway at which improvement works improve the flow of traffic to and from the motorway. EPC E