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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Nether Pitcastle, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16

Offers Over £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 double bedrooms, 1 attic twin bedroom, 1 attic single bedroom, family bathroom, breakfasting kitchen, open-plan sitting room/dining room, garden room/snug and utility room.
  • Double garage with workshop area.
  • Attractive well-stocked garden with a range of mature trees, shrubs and bushes and sizeable vegetable patch.
  • Views of surrounding countryside and River Tummel.
  • EPC = F

Full description

Nether Pitcastle is a former stone cottage and traditional outbuilding which has been converted and now comprise an attractive family home sitting within its own grounds to the south-east of Pitlochry within Highland Perthshire. Perthshire is renowned for its picturesque landscape and offers numerous opportunities for pursuit enthusiasts including walking, climbing and mountain biking. Shooting, fishing, golfing, tennis, horse riding and stalking can all be taken locally. The nearby town of Pitlochry offers a good range of independent retailers along with numerous restaurants, schooling, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices as well as the Pitlochry Festival Theatre and iconic Fish Ladder. The Blair Atholl Horse Trials, an annual event held every September welcomes visitors from all over the UK. The Fair City of Perth can be accessed in approximately 30 minutes by car and offers a wide range of local and national retailers along with extensive leisure facilities, an art gallery, cinema and theatre. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be accessed in just over an hour by car and offer a range of big city amenities along with international airports. London and the south are also connected by major bus links. London and York are also easily accessed by the daily London/Inverness train service which stops at Pitlochry.

Heading north on the A9, turn right signposted Croftinloan, then take the first right signposted to Dalcapon, continue up the hill and Nether Pitcastle is the third property on the right side.

Nether Pitcastle is a traditional stone built property sitting under a slate roof which has been renovated over the years to form the attractive family home it is today. The accommodation over 1½ storeys incorporates a range of traditional features whilst providing a modern family living space. The original parts of the cottage are one hundred and fifty years old.

The accommodation of 1½ storeys comprises:

Ground Floor
Living room/dining room, garden room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, family bathroom, shower room and utility room.

First Floor
Double bedroom, WC and single bedroom.

The grounds at Nether Pitcastle extend to just over 0.5 acres and comprise an attractive garden with a range of mature trees, shrubs and bushes and well maintained borders, lawned areas. There is a gravelled parking area and productive vegetable garden. To thesouth west of the house is a patio area which can be accessed from the garden room and is ideal for alfresco dining.

Mains electricity
Private water
Private drainage
Oil central heating

EPC Rating = F

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 April 2016

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