5 bedroom detached house for sale

Tom na Ṃine, Loch Tay, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15

Offers Over £1,000,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Modern House and Annexe
  • Superb views over Loch Tay
  • Kitchen, Sitting room, dining room
  • 4 Bedrooms (3 en suite)
  • Annexe: Sitting room, bedroom/study
  • Annexe: Kitchen, shower room
  • Double Garage
  • About 7 acres of grounds
  • EPC Rating = E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Contemporary family home and annexe with outstanding, panoramic views of Loch Tay.

Location

Tom-Na- Mòine is a unique country house designed and built by the eminent architect Alister Davidson in the year 2000. He produced a Frank Lloyd Wright style design combining stone, glass and natural timbers, which fits perfectly into the beautiful Highland landscape. The house is built on the brow of a hill, on three levels, with flagstone patios all around. In recent years the current owners have added an excellent self contained annexe above the house built in the same style as the main house.

ACCOMMODATION

Porch
Tiled floor. Half glazed inner door to:

Hall
Tiled floor. Open stairway down to drawing room/dining room. Curving stairway up to first floor.
Understairs cupboard.

Drying Room
Ideal Mexico gas fired boiler and hot water cylinder. Fuse boards. Coat hooks.

WC
Fully tiled walls. Extractor fan. WC. Washbasin.

Dining Room
Stone inner wall. Sliding French doors to patio. Stairs down to:

Drawing Room
Magnificent reception room with curving windows around. Sliding French doors to patios along
front. Stone inner wall with deep recesses either side. Wall lights and
ceiling fan. Large wood burning stove

Side Hall
Recess with fitted coat hooks.

Laundry
Fitted floor and wall cupboards. Deep Belfast sink. Plumbed for washing machine. Extractor fan.

Kitchen Domed ceiling. Sliding French doors to patio to east. Wooden fronted units all around. Two-oven gas fired Aga. 11/2 sink unit. Equiped with an American fridge/freezerand integrated dishwasher.

From hall door to:

Master Bedroom
Sliding French doors to patio to west. Windows on two sides. Integral dressing room with
hanging rails and shelves.

En suite Bathroom
Fully tiled L shaped bathroom. Corner bath with Jacuzzi jets. Shower compartment with Jacuzzi jets. Bidet. WC. Twin washbasins on marble surface with cupboards below. Laminate floor. Extractor fan and heated towel rail.

Store Room

Bedroom 4/Study
Sliding French doors to patio to west.

First Floor
From hall, curving wooden staircase with rooflight above. Landing with deep built in cupboard with hanging rail.

Bedroom 2
Walk in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Sliding French doors to decked balcony along front of house.

En suite Bathroom
Fully tiled walls. Bath with shower attachment and shower screen. WC. Wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3
Walk in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf. Sliding French doors to decked balcony along front of house.

En suite bathroom
Fully tiled walls. Bath with shower attachment and shower screen. WC. Wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.

Annexe
Stone steps rise from the gravel sweep through the terraced rock garden to the front porch of the annexe. It sits above the house and has the same panoramic views.

Sitting room/Library
Full height timber book shelves on three walls. Wood burning stove.

Kitchenette
Fitted base and wall units. Integrated sink.

Shower room
WC, wash hand basin and shower enclosure.

Bedroom/Office
Fitted book shelving and cupboard. Double doors leading outside.


Outside
Tom-Na-Mòine is set in about 7 acres of its own grounds, which are protected by the natural slope of the hill and by neighbouring woodlands.

The long driveway has open grass banks either side and leads to a parking area outside the house. The garden immediate to the house is enclosed within the original stonewall of the former farm buildings. The remainder of the grounds comprise open grassland with a burn running through and individual mature hardwood trees.

There is a patio outside the kitchen with a lawn protected by the stone wall and with shrubs around. Steps lead down to a further patio outside the dining room. Outside the drawing room are three large patios with stone steps down to the lawns below. An Ice Age boulder forms the corner of this patio. To the west of the house are further patios with French doors to the master bedroom and to the study, and more lawns beyond.

There is a generous gravelled parking area in front of the double garage, which is stone faced under a slate roof and has an electrically powered up and over door. There is a patio outside and the Calor gas tanks.


GENERAL REMARKS

Services
Mains electricity. Private water supply pumped from bore hole. Private drainage to septic tank. Central heating and hot water from LPG fired boiler in the house. The annexe has electric under-floor heating. A diesel generator provides back up electricity to the entire property. Both house and annexe have access to the internet via a direct satellite link.

Access
Remony Estate has a field access at the bottom of the drive, where it meets the public road.

Local Authority
Perth and Kinross Council Tax Band H.

Fixtures and Fittings
All fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds, light fittings and integrated white goods are to be included within the sale price. Some garden machinery may be available, subject to separate negotiation.

Solicitors
Blackadders, 2 Tay Street, Perth, Perthshire, PH1 5LJ. Email: perth@blackadders.co.uk. Phone: 01738 440088. Fax 01738 441131.

Section 75
There is a Section 75 restriction on the annexe, preventing it from being sold separately to the main house.

Description

Tom-Na- Mòine has a splendid elevated setting in the hills above Loch Tay. The house has outstanding, panoramic views over the loch to the mountains beyond and is sheltered by the neighboring woodland to the south.

The south Loch Tay road is a single-track road, which carries mainly local traffic. Tom-Na- Mòine sits above this road and is reached by a long, gently rising drive. There are fields and woodlands below. There is no other house nearby and the property is very private.

The countryside is initially green fields, interspersed with woodlands, and then more rugged, with spectacular heather clad hills rising high above. Ben Lawers is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and renowned for its rare flowers.

Kenmore and Killin are attractive villages at either end of the loch. Kenmore, which has a well stocked village shop and Post Office, is famous for hosting the annual opening of the River Tay salmon season and for the 18-hole golf course at nearby Taymouth Castle., opened in 1923 and designed by James Braid, one of Scotland's most revered golf course designers,
The town of Aberfeldy, which is just under ten miles away, offers a comprehensive range of shops and high quality services which include a Co-Op supermarket, petrol filling stations, pubs, restaurants and first rate health services.

Local schooling includes Breadalbane Acadamy which caters for pupils from nursery to secondary school. The Perthshire private/ boarding schools such as Strathallan, Ardvreck and Glenalmond are within 50 miles or less.

Highland Perthshire provides an exciting centre for traditional sports including salmon fishing on the Loch, trout fishing, stalking and shooting. Skiing can be enjoyed at Glenshee, Glencoe and Nevis Range. Pitlochry offers its famous Pitlochry Festival Theatre, while the city of Perth is within comfortable driving distance.

Square Footage: 3,398 sq ft
Acreage: 7.02 Acres

Directions

From Edinburgh take the A9 north to Ballinluig. Take the A827 west through Aberfeldy and continue towards Kenmore. Just before Kenmore turn left onto the south Loch Tay road. Follow this road for about 3miles continuing through the small hamlet of Acharn. The impressive stone gateway and drive to Tom-Na-Mòine can clearly be seen on the left hand side about one and a half miles beyond Acharn.

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