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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Cedar View & Glenample View, The Whole, Lochearnhead, Perthshire
Cedar View is a striking detached house which was constructed in 2007.
The property was designed by the present owner and was manufactured by a Canadian company, Linwood, whose Scottish agents are Log & Cedar Homes Limited of Doune. The property was imported from Canada in kit form.
The outer walls are entirely timber, and approximately 240mm thick with an external finish of natural cedar. The roof is timber framed with modified bitumen membrane covered with a laminated fiberglass shingle of lightweight design. A feature of the property is its high standard of finish, with particular reference to thermal efficiency.
The house enjoys an elevated setting and faces due south. The main public and sleeping accommodation all enjoy the views to the dramatic and ever changing scenery.
The property has a split level design, with the accommodation over four levels. A reception hall leads to a bedroom, utility room and cloakroom. Stairs to the lower ground floor provides access to a shower room, master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en suite bath and shower room, two further bedrooms and an under stair store. The main public room is a particular feature of the house as is the open plan kitchen, dining and sitting room which has south facing patio doors leading to a balcony. A study/games room is on the upper first floor.
Situated to the north of Cedar View is a detached single storey chalet of solid log construction. It has a south-facing position with two bedrooms, a bathroom, utility room, sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
Glenample View is currently let on a weekly basis. Further information can be obtained from the selling agents.
Please note that Glenample View will not be sold prior to Cedar View.
Cedar View is situated in an elevated south facing position with views across Loch Earn to Edinample Castle, and the two Munros Ben Vorlich and Stuc a Chroin beyond. The view is forever changing with natural interest in all the four seasons as well as the movement, during the summer months, of boats and a small seaplane craft on the loch.
The village of Lochearnhead has a shop and post office which cater for every day needs and requirements. The village also has two hotels both with bars and restaurants as well as a watersports centre with a café. As with Lochearnhead, St Fillans (7 miles) is a popular holiday destination and has a selection of hotels and pubs. Killin (8 miles), Callander (14 miles) and Crieff (19 miles) all have supermarkets and a further extensive range of shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and local professional services. Stirling (30 miles) and Perth (36 miles) offer a more comprehensive range of shops, professional services and communication links. Trains run regularly from both Perth and Stirling to Glasgow, Edinburgh and London. Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily accessible by car being only 57 and 68 miles away respectively.
Cedar View and Glenample View are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The area is renowned for its stunning scenery, associated wildlife sightings such as red squirrels and osprey and the opportunities it offers the outdoor enthusiast.
Lochearnhead lies at the western end of Loch Earn. Loch Earn is a centre for outdoor activities - fishing, golf, hill walking, cycling and water sports such as water skiing, canoeing and sailing.
There is a primary school in nearby Strathyre (transport provided), with high schools in Callander and Crieff. The area has a range of reputable independent schools which include Glenalmond, Morrisons Academy, Ardvreck, Craigclowan, Kilgraston and Strathallan.
There are two garden sheds and a detached single garage within the grounds.
Garden and Grounds
Cedar View and Glenample View are set in approximately 0.4 acre of mature gardens which are mainly down to lawn. There is an obvious split should the properties be sold separately.