6 bedroom detached house for saleMill Of Auldallan & Cottage, By Balintore, Kirriemuir, Angus, DD8
Offers Over £374,000
- Fabulous converted mill with lovely adjoining cottage.
- About 1.24 acres in total.
- LOT 1: The Mill - 2 Reception Rooms, 4 bedrooms - offers over £229 k.
- LOT 2: The Cottage - 1 Reception Room, 2 bedrooms - offers over £145k.
- Whole offers over £374,000
Mill of Auldallan is a superb and unique property standing in a beautiful peaceful rural setting deep in the idyllic Angus countryside between Balloch and Balintore, a short distance to the north-west of Kirriemuir. Comprising a stunning converted mill with charming adjoining cottage, the property enjoys high levels of privacy and seclusion with exceptional views over the beautiful surrounding hills and countryside. Mill of Auldallan is just an eight mile drive from the bustling town of Kirriemuir which offers a good range of local services and amenities and is well known as the birth place of J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. A wider range of shops and services are available in Forfar (about 13 miles) and Blairgowrie (about 16 miles) with a full range of city facilities available in Dundee and Perth, both of which are about a thirty minute drive from the property. Aberdeen lies less than a one hour drive to the north with Edinburgh approximately ninety minutes to the south. There are mainline railway stations in Montrose, Dundee and Perth with Aberdeen and Edinburgh airports both less than ninety minutes away by road.
The glorious Angus countryside that surrounds Mill of Auldallan is home to an array of wildlife and, for the outdoor enthusiast, offers easy access to a wide range of recreational activities including walking, riding, cycling and golf with several highly rated courses within comfortable reach including Alyth, Forfar, Edzell and Kirriemuir. High quality shooting and fishing may also be taken locally, whilst the pretty Angus glens such as Isla, Prosen, Clova and Lethnot are temptingly accessible. In terms of days out the ski slopes at Glenshee are less than forty five minutes away with Glamis Castle also well within comfortable driving distance. There are a number of interesting National Trust for Scotland properties in the area including the House of Dunn at Montrose and the J.M. Barrie house in Kirriemuir, whilst the red cliffs at Arbroath and the stunning sandy beach at Lunan Bay are well within striking distance.
Good state schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at the High School of Dundee as well as a number of highly rated schools in the Perth area including Glenalmond and Strathallan.
Mill of Auldallan is a quite exceptional property with historic roots believed to date back as far as 1595 or thereabouts. The property comprises the converted Mill itself which was completed in August 2010 by the highly regarded local developer, Gradual Peak, along with adjoining cottage.
Lot 1:The Mill (about 0.4 acres / 0.16Ha)
Exquisite and unique, The Mill has been lovingly created with both a close eye to detail and to the highest of contemporary standards. Set around the original Mill wheel itself the ground floor accommodation is open plan offering bright, flexible, immaculate living space comprising kitchen area, dining area and sitting room. A well positioned conservatory lies to the front of the house making the most of the fabulous views, with a fine contemporary shower room completing the ground floor accommodation. A beautiful staircase provides access to the first floor where there are four well proportioned bedrooms (1 en suite) along with family bathroom and access to the rear decked area. With extensive exposed woodwork the house exudes great character and charm with all the benefits of a high quality contemporary build.
As presently laid out there is access through the conservatory to the adjoining cottage although this access will be closed should the property be sold in separate lots.
Lot 2: The Cottage (about 0.84 acres / 0.34Ha)
Quaint, quirky and completely individual, The Cottage has long been a very successful holiday let with open plan kitchen/sitting room on the ground floor with a lovely multi-fuel stove as its focal point , along with two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor.
As presently laid out there is access to the shared conservatory although this access will be closed off should the properties be sold separately.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Mill of Auldallan stands in attractive gardens and grounds with gravel parking area to the front along with a pretty woodland garden to the rear, complete with decked seating area and gushing mountain stream.
Heating Oil fired heating to The Mill,
electric heating to The Cottage
The Cottage is classified as Band A for Council Tax purposes.
The Mill has still to be assessed for Council Tax purposes.
Mill of Auldallan stands on the minor road running between Balloch and Balintore, to the north-west of Kirriemuir.
The Mill is D
The Cottage is G
The moveables in both houses will be available to purchase by way of separate negotiation.
EPC Rating = D
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