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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.

Main House EPC Band - D

Annexe EPC band - C

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HD Video Available. Set amidst lovely private garden grounds, this four bedroom, semi-detached, period villa has been impeccably and sympathetically refurbished and extends to approximately 2300 sq ft, formed over three levels. Many period features have been retained and sit beautifully alongside more modern fixtures and fittings including detailed cornicing, ceiling roses, stained glass, distinguished fireplaces, a stunning, remotely operated, log effect gas fire, a refitted kitchen and electrically operated driveway gates with camera monitoring system for added peace of mind and privacy. The layout has also been reconfigured to create an expansive family/dining room along the rear, off the kitchen and Whitehill Road itself, remains one of Bearsden’s foremost addresses, situated within the conservation area of Old Bearsden. Linking Thorn Road to Ledcameroch Road, this prestigious address is literally around the corner from the primary school campus of The High School of Glasgow and the wide range of amenities on offer within Bearsden Cross include a Marks & Spencer Simply Food, a selection of restaurants and eateries and an assortment of local shops serving all your daily requirements. The area is also home to excellent local schooling at all levels, a number of sports centres, parks and golf clubs and Bearsden station provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

On entering the timber storm doors and detailed, stained and leaded glass entrance door, the initial impressions are of generous proportions and an abundance of natural light created by an detailed ornate, stained glass window illuminating the solid wooden flooring. The drawing room features a deep bay window at the far end, detailed cornicing and central rose and a period fireplace with marble hearth and gas inlay. There is a refitted and fully tiled shower room with WC on the ground floor and formerly two rooms, the sitting room is now open to the dining room with the aforementioned remote control fire framed by a slate, feature surround. The refitted kitchen includes a range of cream wall and base units with cabinet lighting, granite surfaces, a raised height fitted table, Belfast sink and is semi-open plan with the utility area and a door leads to the garden.

A broad staircase then leads to the upper landing off which, is the master bedroom which is an impressive room of identical proportions to the drawing room together with further deep bay window projection and affords lovely open views across Bearsden. There are three further bedrooms, one of which has a staircase to the attic room which is fully floored, lined and carpeted featuring a cupola window and further Velux, built-in cupboards, eaves storage and provides an extremely useful sitting/playroom. The main family bathroom is fully tiled with a white, three piece suite and mains shower above the bath and the décor is light and tasteful throughout.

The beautifully kept gardens have been thoughtfully designed and are lawned to the front, complemented by plants and shrubs and fronted by a low, stone wall, conifers and enclosed by modern gates with camera and intercom entry. The gardens are illuminated by post lighting and contemporary wall mounted lighting and the principal, rear garden includes an area of artificial grass and a choice of seating area including a gravelled section next to the kitchen door and a slabbed patio. EPC – Band D

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Croy Cunningham Gate is an exclusive gated development of only five bespoke detached villas enjoying an idyllic riverside setting with panoramic views. The development enjoys a wonderful setting facing open countryside and each property will stretch the boundaries of architectural design finished in a combination of stone, glass, roughcast and timber, beneath a slate roof. Each will be completed to an uncompromising specification similar to a number of recent developments by this developer (of which the photographs are being displayed for marketing purposes), combining traditional elements of design alongside modern and contemporary design aspects.

The intimate size of this small cul de sac development ensures each home will occupy a spacious and private plot. Croy Cunningham Gate is located off Blane Smithy Road at the foot of Station Road, only one mile from the centre of the village and affords uninterrupted panoramic views across the Blane River and fields towards Ben Lomond and the hills in the distance. The location is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the benefits of country living without being too far the village centre and Glasgow and Stirling.

Killearn itself is surrounded by picturesque scenery and offers a wide selection of local amenities including a coffee shop, Three Sisters Bake Cafe, The Old Mill Pub and Restaurant, a delicatessen, doctors surgery, pharmacy, vet, Coop store and hairdresser. There are several nurseries within the village and the excellent Killearn Primary School subsequently feeds into Balfron High School. There is also a church, a village hall, a playpark and major road networks link to the centres of Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh with the nearest train station in Milngavie.

A sweeping private access road leads through an electric gated entrance and continues to each of the private driveways. Internally, each property will vary in style and design however careful consideration has been given in order to maximise the views and natural light. The seven versatile apartments include expansive dining kitchen/family rooms and other design aspects include boot rooms, en suite facilities, fitted wardrobes, dressing rooms, galleried landings and oak faced staircases with glass balustrade sections.

Specification

Kitchen

Luxury fitted kitchens by Ashley Ann of Stirling

Oven and gas or induction hob

Belfast sink

Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher

General

Wood burning stove

Turfed gardens

Slate finished roof with feature dormers

Gas fired central heating

Heated towel radiators

Wiring for telephone and TV installation

Mains wired smoke alarms and heat detectors

Mains water, electricity and gas

Chipped gardens to garage

Annual factoring policy required for maintenance of communal areas

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Croy Cunningham Gate is an exclusive gated development of only five bespoke detached villas enjoying an idyllic riverside setting with panoramic views. The development enjoys a wonderful setting facing open countryside and each property will stretch the boundaries of architectural design finished in a combination of stone, glass, roughcast and timber, beneath a slate roof. Each will be completed to an uncompromising specification similar to a number of recent developments by this developer (of which the photographs are being displayed for marketing purposes), combining traditional elements of design alongside modern and contemporary design aspects.

The intimate size of this small cul de sac development ensures each home will occupy a spacious and private plot. Croy Cunningham Gate is located off Blane Smithy Road at the foot of Station Road, only one mile from the centre of the village and affords uninterrupted panoramic views across the Blane River and fields towards Ben Lomond and the hills in the distance. The location is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the benefits of country living without being too far the village centre and Glasgow and Stirling.

Killearn itself is surrounded by picturesque scenery and offers a wide selection of local amenities including a coffee shop, Three Sisters Bake Cafe, The Old Mill Pub and Restaurant, a delicatessen, doctors surgery, pharmacy, vet, Coop store and hairdresser. There are several nurseries within the village and the excellent Killearn Primary School subsequently feeds into Balfron High School. There is also a church, a village hall, a playpark and major road networks link to the centres of Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh with the nearest train station in Milngavie.

A sweeping private access road leads through an electric gated entrance and continues to each of the private driveways. Internally, each property will vary in style and design however careful consideration has been given in order to maximise the views and natural light. The seven versatile apartments include expansive dining kitchen/family rooms and other design aspects include boot rooms, en suite facilities, fitted wardrobes, dressing rooms, galleried landings and oak faced staircases with glass balustrade sections.

Specification

Kitchen

Luxury fitted kitchens by Ashley Ann of Stirling

Oven and gas or induction hob

Belfast sink

Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher

General

Wood burning stove

Turfed gardens

Slate finished roof with feature dormers

Gas fired central heating

Heated towel radiators

Wiring for telephone and TV installation

Mains wired smoke alarms and heat detectors

Mains water, electricity and gas

Chipped gardens to garage

Annual factoring policy required for maintenance of communal areas

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Croy Cunningham Gate is an exclusive gated development of only five bespoke detached villas enjoying an idyllic riverside setting with panoramic views. The development enjoys a wonderful setting facing open countryside and each property will stretch the boundaries of architectural design finished in a combination of stone, glass, roughcast and timber, beneath a slate roof. Each will be completed to an uncompromising specification similar to a number of recent developments by this developer (of which the photographs are being displayed for marketing purposes), combining traditional elements of design alongside modern and contemporary design aspects.

The intimate size of this small cul de sac development ensures each home will occupy a spacious and private plot. Croy Cunningham Gate is located off Blane Smithy Road at the foot of Station Road, only one mile from the centre of the village and affords uninterrupted panoramic views across the Blane River and fields towards Ben Lomond and the hills in the distance. The location is perfect for those wishing to enjoy the benefits of country living without being too far the village centre and Glasgow and Stirling.

Killearn itself is surrounded by picturesque scenery and offers a wide selection of local amenities including a coffee shop, Three Sisters Bake Cafe, The Old Mill Pub and Restaurant, a delicatessen, doctors surgery, pharmacy, vet, Coop store and hairdresser. There are several nurseries within the village and the excellent Killearn Primary School subsequently feeds into Balfron High School. There is also a church, a village hall, a playpark and major road networks link to the centres of Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh with the nearest train station in Milngavie.

A sweeping private access road leads through an electric gated entrance and continues to each of the private driveways. Internally, each property will vary in style and design however careful consideration has been given in order to maximise the views and natural light. The seven versatile apartments include expansive dining kitchen/family rooms and other design aspects include boot rooms, en suite facilities, fitted wardrobes, dressing rooms, galleried landings and oak faced staircases with glass balustrade sections.

Specification

Kitchen

Luxury fitted kitchens by Ashley Ann of Stirling

Oven and gas or induction hob

Belfast sink

Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer and dishwasher

General

Wood burning stove

Turfed gardens

Slate finished roof with feature dormers

Gas fired central heating

Heated towel radiators

Wiring for telephone and TV installation

Mains wired smoke alarms and heat detectors

Mains water, electricity and gas

Chipped gardens to garage

Annual factoring policy required for maintenance of communal areas

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HD Property Video Available. ‘Struanvaar’ is a magnificent and substantial traditional stone built Victoria detached villa offering flexible family accommodation within nine principal apartments formed over two levels. This beautiful property is set within extensive level grounds at the corner of Albert Drive and Matilda Road and boasts a large tarmacadam horseshoe driveway with parking for multiple vehicles. The property is finished to an exacting standard throughout and features a self contained office formed from the old garage. The complete accommodation comprises; entrance vestibule, broad welcoming hallway, expansive formal dual aspect bay windowed lounge with remarkable ornate ceiling plasterwork, formal dining room, family sitting/TV room with a sectioned off office space, a further large bay windowed lounge, extensive dining kitchen with good sized utility room off, and downstairs shower room completes the lower level accommodation. An original staircase leads up through a half landing with a sublime stained glass window, to landing which accesses four double bedrooms, the bay windowed master bedroom features a beautiful dual aspect, ensuite shower room and separate dressing room. There is a well appointed main family bathroom with three piece suite and shower over bath which completes the upper accommodation.
There is a self contained office located on the ground floor accessed via its own main door and provides a useful additional to what is a wonderful family home. The specification includes gas central heating and sash and case glazing. Externally the garden grounds are presented in excellent order, bounded by perimeter walling and hedging, and are well stocked with mature bushes and trees aiding seclusion and privacy. EER Rating E
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A magnificent, five bedroom, detached bungalow which has been re-modelled and significantly extended, set amidst an expansive, double feu. This deceptively spacious home exudes charm and character and offers nine principal apartments over two levels of around 3000 sq ft of accommodation. “Greenways” is one of the most admired properties to grace this exclusive, enclave of Bardowie and occupies a particularly enviable position on the corner of a private access road, shared with only one other neighbouring property and which leads to the driveway, double garage and rear entrance. The position also affords uninterrupted views to the front across the adjacent field and the waters of Bardowie Loch and Bardowie Castle itself, taking in the Campsie Fells in the distance. The hamlet of Bardowie is surrounded by picturesque scenery including the local beauty spot of Bardowie Loch which is home to Clyde Crusing Club Dinghy Section and a number of beautiful walks and the nearby suburbs of Milngavie and Bearsden lie 2.5 miles and 3 miles respectively and offer a wide selection of amenities to suit all your daily requirements. Both offer train stations with frequent rail services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and further afield and the area is home to excellent local and private schooling options. Outside, the front garden is accessed by wrought iron gates and the symmetrical garden is laid to lawn dissected by a gravelled path to the front entrance which is complimented by a periphery of low shrubs and beautiful arched stonework. A side gate and electrical vehicle gate accesses the driveway and double detached garage with power, lighting and remote door. Particular attention should be paid to the rear garden which is essentially a double plot and could perhaps, be split to offer development potential to the rear section, subject to the necessary planning consents. As it stands, it beautifully supports the size and scale of “Greenways” and is thoughtfully landscaped with a sizeable, timber deck along the rear of the property, next to an ornamental pond with waterfall, home to some impressive coy carp (which may be included in the sale.) The garden is laid to lawn and a trellised entrance leads to a further, level, lawned section which is home to a garden shed, greenhouse and the gardens are well-screened by bordering trees and hedgerows and face south enjoying the best of the day’s sunlight. Inside, the proportions and specification are immediately evident on entering the entrance hall which is complimented by a truly stunning, herringbone, solid wooden floor, leaded glass entrance, decorative stone fireplace and solid oak staircase. The entrance is wood panelled to dado height and the accommodation continues to the two versatile public rooms at the front, both with ornamental fireplaces with wood burning stoves and enjoy dual aspects including stained glass windows along with three pane window arrangements to the front, affording the impressive views. Further features include the original bell pushes and the servants bell system can be found in the kitchen which until recently was operational. The heart of the home is unquestionably the expansive kitchen/dining room which measures 27’9” x 25’0” at widest points. The kitchen includes white, Shaker style units, a range of integrated appliances and beyond the breakfast bar area, opens to a dining room with several windows and French doors to the rear garden and decking. There is an adjoining utility room, downstairs WC and a side entrance to the driveway and garage. Two bedrooms are formed on the ground floor and are served by a refitted, four piece shower room with further impressive, stained glass window above a substantial, traditional style heated towel radiator. Stairs lead to a galleried landing off which, are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The large, master bedroom suite also includes an adjoining en-suite bathroom with large, walk-in shower enclosure at the end of which, a door leads to a sauna with electric, Vito Elektro sauna from Finland. In summary, a truly stunning, detached, family home with an expansive, south facing, rear garden affording views of Bardowie Loch. EPC Band D
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HD Property Video Available. Enjoying a most private and picturesque setting close to the historic Highland  Perthshire town of Aberfeldy is this individually designed and notably spacious 5/6 bedroom 3 public room home benefiting from oil-fired central heating, double glazing, a wealth of parking, detached double garage/workshop, grounds extending to around 1.1 acres and some fantastic views.

Built approximately 15 years ago, the property has been skilfully and meticulously designed to create a bright and generous family home which enjoys the benefits of modern build efficiencies whilst boasting a good degree of charm and character including decorative cornicing, wood-burning stove, solid wood doors and facings, a high-quality country-style kitchen and much more.

Aberfeldy can be found just 2 miles away and offers a range of amenities including many quality cafes, restaurants, independent shops, medical centre, schooling and cinema to name but a few.  Situated on the North side of the famous River Tay, the property forms part of a small,  exclusive cluster of homes and  is ideally placed to make the most of the scenic surroundings and gain access to  the many outdoor pursuits available within the immediate vicinity. These include golf courses at Aberfeldy, Kenmore, Taymouth Castle, Dunkeld and Pitlochry. Watersports and world famous fishing can be enjoyed on nearby River Tay and Loch Tay whilst the iconic Ben Lawers is just one of a number of Munro's in the local area. More extensive  amenities  and services  can be found at  Pitlochry, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Either as relaxing  country  retreat or permanent family home, viewing of Westercuil is simply  essential to fully appreciate  the  quality of accommodation and its tranquil  surroundings.

Ground floor: A welcoming reception hall features stairs to the first floor and gives access to various rooms. The large sitting room enjoys a bright south-facing aspect and also has a charming wood-burning stove and patio doors out onto the large terrace at the front of the property. At the rear there is a very generous formal dining room.  The impressive dining kitchen is a bespoke  Callum Walker design and comprises of a good amount of base and wall units with contrasting worktops and centre island, AGA cooker and ample space for dining table and chairs.  Off the kitchen there is also a useful utility room which leads into a side porch. At the opposite end of the dining kitchen  there  is an  attractive sun room with bi-folding doors, skylight and some fine views. It also gives  access out onto the terrace and a pleasant seating area  with a  retractable canopy.  There are four bedrooms on the ground floor with one currently being used as a home office and one of the rooms also has its own en-suite shower room. There is also cloakroom WC and a family bathroom.

First floor: The landing area on the first floor makes as a great  study  space and gives access to the two  notably large double bedrooms on this floor. The largest of the two also boasts an en-suite bathroom and the other is  currently used as a games rooms an features a Wc, sauna and shower room.

The property sits within generous and very private grounds extending to around 2 acres in size  and has two gated entrances. Sprawling areas of lawn spread  around three sides of the property and are complimented by some colourful shrubs, plants and trees. There is also a  large double garage equipped with power and lighting, a potting shed, some raised flower beds, two additional stores and a  wealth of off-street parking. EPC - D
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HD Property Video Available. Commanding an extremely private position on the banks of the picturesque Loch Faskally, Tiriach is a truly exceptional four bedroom detached home.
The property boasts some simply stunning panoramic views across the loch to the surrounding hills and countryside. The house has been professionally extended and designed to fully capitalise on the beautiful scenery with many cleverly positioned windows and doors providing differing yet equally impressive views.
Located just a 10 minute walk from the local shops, cafes, restaurants and amenities within the historic town of Pitlochry, the property provides the perfect combination of privacy and convenience. Other nearby attractions include Pitlochry Dam and its new state of the art visitor centre, Pitlochry Festival Theatre and many beautiful countryside walks at Ben Vrackie and also Faskally Wood, home of the famous Enchanted Forest light and sound event. There is also a mainline railway station with direct connections to Edinburgh and London
The property was originally built in the 1950's and significantly extended and upgraded over the last few years. The internal floor area measures 3815sqft and accommodation is formed over two levels comprising; Ground floor; entrance vestibule, impressive open reception hallway, generous dining kitchen, formal dining room which opens through to the high quality Mozolowski & Murray sun room, beautiful sitting room overlooking the garden, fantastic double bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing room, rear facing double bedroom again with en suite shower room, cloakroom WC and a useful utility room. First floor; large open plan family room with exceptional open views which is currently being used partly as a home office and two further double bedrooms one of which has a lovely private balcony to make the most of the outlook from the upper level. There is a large store room and bathroom located on this floor.
Externally, the generous garden grounds are well stocked with an array of colourful plants and shrubs. There are a number of patio areas providing the perfect place for a table and chairs and outdoor entertaining. Steps from the garden lead down to the water front. The detached single garage is equipped with power and lighting. There is ample parking and turning space. Private electric gates give way to a lovely private drive leading towards the front of the house.
Pitlochry is a tourist and recreational centre of considerable character set amongst outstanding scenery. Hill walking, golf, fishing, and a host of other leisure activities are available locally. The town is also the home of the renowned Pitlochry Festival Theatre which provides a varied selection of plays and other cultural activities throughout the year. Pitlochry also has all the necessary supporting facilities including a doctor’s surgery, supermarket, shops, banking, indoor leisure centre, veterinary surgery, primary and secondary schooling. Travel links are excellent with a railway station giving regular services on the Inverness to London line, including a sleeper service. The A9 trunk road provides a swift link south to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other main centres in central Scotland and north to Inverness. EPC - E
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