5 bedroom country house for saleMyrehaugh, Dunning Glen, By Dollar
Guide Price £975,000
- Modern Eco Family House with Approx 9 Acres of Land
- Separate Detached 3 Bedroom Cottage
- 5 bedrooms, 2 en-suites (master with dressing room and sauna)
- Kitchen with Family/Dining Area
- Drawing Room
- Family Room
- Large lower hallway with study area and large upper hallway with study area
- Family Bathroom
- Outbuildings and Stable Block
- Eco- friendly, ground source heat pump and solar panels. insulation far beyond minimal building requirements
Full description"Myrehaugh", Dunning Glen - Modern Eco Family House, 9 acres, stables and separate 3 bedroom Cottage.
Henderson Roche are delighted to be marketing, Myrehaugh, a truly stunning detached, Georgian style family home. Incorporating 9 acres of land, stables, outbuildings and large detached 3 bedroom with 2 bathrooms cottage, which would be ideally suited to providing further accommodation for a family member, a holiday let, or providing office facilities. The main house was individually architecturally designed by Matthew Pease, and completed in 2011. The property is set amidst beautiful scenery of Dunning Glen and only 5 miles from Dollar, and within 20 miles of Perth, Stirling and Dunfermline and 35 miles to Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, offering commuting potential to all over the UK.
Internally, the main house is of extremely high specification throughout, oak, marble and stone hard flooring throughout the ground floor. Villeroy & Boch and various other designer bathroom fitments. The house offers large, bright spaces, attention to detail has not been missed, with generous high skirting boards, elegant ornate cornicing and ceiling roses, arches, curved walls, impressive marble and stone fireplaces, wood panelling and wooden shutters on the large drawing room windows, sweeping bespoke oak staircase and many more typical Georgian styled architecture. The property has to be viewed to appreciate the quality and style.
As part of the build it was important to the owners to achieve an "Eco" style heating system, which ensured minimum loss of heat to keep running costs to a minimum. There is a Ground Source Heat Pump installed which supplies the underfloor heating throughout the main house both ground and 1st floor, and also provides hot water. The sash and case windows are Argon gas filled for maximum insulation. There are also solar panels installed on the cottage which captures sunlight and is fed back to the main grid, which provides an income of approximately £2,000pa. In addition, there is approximately 1kw of free electricity during day light hours. Making this property very efficient and cost effective. There is also a passive air flow system throughout, which means there are no noisy mechanical extractor fans.
Entry to Myrehaugh off the B934, is through a gated, gravelled and kerbed driveway, which leads to the front of the main house, and then onto to the tarmac courtyard which is central to the stables, outbuildings and detached cottage. The courtyard is of a generous size offering parking for horse boxes, and vehicle parking for more than 6 cars.
Myrehaugh Main House
A sand stone patio area is at the front of the house which captures the morning sunshine. The solid oak double front doors enter into a porch and then a large oak glazed glass door, complimented with glass panels either side. The porch has wooden panels, which behind offer hanging space for coats etc. The generous sized reception hall has a marble floor, with space to house table and chairs, around the marble fire place with gas fuelled living flame open fire. There is a secret panelled large under stair cupboard. Double doors to the left off the reception hall lead to the Drawing Room, and to the right, to the Kitchen/Dining/Living room, and also door to downstairs WC. The hall is flooded with light from the two story arched window over the sweeping oak staircase. There is also a generous office space situated within the reception hall.
The WC is beautifully designed white and glass fitments, recessed full length mirrored vanity cabinet and papered in Sanderson wallpaper with fitted silk roman blind over the sash and case window to the front of the property.
The Drawing Room, has a feature stone fireplace with multi-fuel stove. Benefiting from light from 3 aspects, this room is both elegant and sophisticated, fitted with traditional style wood panelled large sash and case windows, which are dressed with full length, box pelmets and curtains in silk fabric from Sanderson.
In addition, there are windows to the floor either side of the fireplace, with working shutters, framing the beautiful lawn and planting of the garden and views beyond. French doors lead off the Drawing Room onto the lawn. Solid oak multi sized flooring with mahogany border inset.
There is also built in shelving, picture display and charming built in drawers and cupboards below. There are recessed double socket points in the floor to accommodate lamps or other electrical equipment.
Moving back through the reception hall towards the kitchen, there is a hidden sliding double door to the family kitchen and dining room. The kitchen, with stone flooring, was designed, built and fitted by Murray and Murray. With a combination of oak and painted fitted units both at ground and wall level and a central island offering seating and food preparation areas. The kitchen is fitted with a gas fuelled Redfyre range, with 4 ovens, grill, 2 hotplates and separate electric hob. The cooker can be run in the summer months if desired just by electric supply to two of the ovens, grill and hob. A stainless steel splashback and wooden mantel surround the range.
The work tops are granite with the exception of the Butchers Block chopping facility at the end of the central island. Double Belfast sink with boiling tap and spray tap, and a single sink in the island, with waste disposal unit. The kitchen has integrated dishwasher, fridge, microwave and waste recycling bins. The kitchen has been designed so a large American style fridge freezer can be recessed and plumbed into the wall. Plumbing for integrated coffee machine and wine cooler. Off the kitchen is a large walk in pantry room with fitted shelving and space for additional appliances if required.
The large window in the kitchen overlooks the driveway and Glen Quiche beyond, and is dressed with a roman blind.
The generous dining area is large enough for a table to seat 12, and also room for additional sofa and chairs. The window and doors are dressed with Harris Tweed fabric on oak poles. It has wooden oak flooring with multi-sized boards and the French doors open on to a patio area for entertaining, which is surrounded by mature shrubs and a feature lead lined reflective pond, with views to the hills beyond.
From the kitchen you can access the family/formal dining room. With large sash and case window with roman blind fitting, overlooking the driveway and shrubs. Small feature window overlooking the front door and solid oak flooring.
A part glazed panel door leads off the kitchen into the back lobby which houses plenty space for hanging all the outdoor jackets, and a door off here onto the drying green. Continuing through takes you to the generously sized boot room, with fitted base and wall cabinets, Belfast sink with mixer and spray tap and fantastic family sized open storage for boots and shoes, plus a fitted seat and cabinet to make taking them on and off easier! Storage cupboards for electric meter, and central heating and water system are here, together with a laundry room off which has space for an American style washing machine and tumble dryer, clothes pulley and oak finished open press and work top. There is a window overlooking the drying green. Also off the boot room is a disabled WC, with white fittings and window onto the courtyard. There is also a fully glazed door onto the courtyard from the boot room.
From the reception hall, the oak staircase with cast iron spindles and mid landing overlooking the reflective pond, takes you to the first floor. A sizeable gallery landing with beautiful views and plenty room for furniture to relax in or use as an office space. There is recessed fitted shelving to create your own library. Oak flooring throughout the landing, with a window to the front and rear of the property. A full length feature window at the far end of the landing captures and frames again the beautiful view of Glen Quiche.
To your right when you arrive at the top of the stairs, there is feature arch, where you enter the Master Bedroom. This is a spacious and bright room with views to the front of the property and the hills beyond and French Doors onto a Juliette Balcony, so the stars can be admired at night. The floors are carpeted in neutral colour and the windows dressed with boxed pelmets and full length curtains. The fire surround is oak painted and houses a remote controlled, gas living flame fire. The bedroom has two recessed glass shelved and lit presses.
Off the bedroom is both a dressing room fitted with oak cupboards, drawers and dressing table and the en-suite. Fully tiled with marble and large designer sink, with built in vanity units with fitted radio and mirror with light above, oversized bath and separate large shower and built in sauna.
Turning left at the top of the stairs leads you through an arch, to the other 4 bedrooms. Bedroom 2 is carpeted with neutral colour and has an en-suite wet room with walk in shower which is tiled, and 2 recessed mirrored vanity units. Large built in wardrobe with full length mirror, with shelves, rails and drawer cabinet. Dimming bedside wall lights. Double aspect sash and case windows to the west and north of the property.
Bedroom 3 is at the end of the hall, the second largest bedroom, with triple aspect windows to the north, east and south of the property. Dimming bedside wall lights. Double door built in wardrobe with full length mirror and rails, shelves and oak finished drawer and shoe racks. Large built in feature floor to ceiling bookshelves and open press.
Bedroom 4, currently used as a guest room, generous sized room fitting a king size bed. Dimming wall lights either side of the bed. Window to the north, and built in wardrobe with full length mirror, rails, shelves and oak fitted drawers.
Bedroom 5, housing a double cabin bed, built in with drawers below. Fitted wardrobe, sash and case window to the front of the property with a stunning view of Glen Quiche. Window is dressed with boxed pelmet curtains and roman blind.
The family bathroom is elegantly decorated, with tiles to dado height and hand printed wall paper above. There is a free standing cast iron bath, white pedestal sink fitted in an oak cabinet and white WC. A mix of recessed ceiling lights and dimming wall lights. Separate walk- in shower. Tiled floor in a traditional style, with chrome heated towel rail. Sash and case window facing to the rear of the property and fitted with a Venetian white wooden blind.
Whilst there has been a dwelling at Myrehaugh registered since around 1725, the cottage that stands today is thought to date back to around 1850. The original part of the cottage is of traditional stone construction with a slate roof. It is double glazed with electric central heating.
The family/kitchen/ dining room, benefits from an oil fuelled Aga, and has fitted wall and base units with Belfast sink. There is a walk in pantry fitted with shelves and under worktop storage for an appliance. There is an external door off the kitchen onto a south facing paved and gravelled patio entertaining areas, with mature plants and borders.
There are 3 generous double bedrooms all carpeted, with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has en-suite shower room, with white WC and sink. Fitted with a mirrored vanity unit, and heated towel rail. The family bathroom is fitted with white suite, the bath has an electric shower over.
The current owners have obtained planning permission for a separate driveway to be created if desired to the cottage, giving it complete independence.
The grounds of Myrehaugh, are simply stunning with panoramic breathtaking views in every direction. Total land of 9 acres, includes two paddocks one to the rear and one to the front of the property, and garden and parkland surrounding the properties of approximately 2.5 acres.
Both the main house and the cottage have their own private gardens laid to lawn and surrounded by mature borders planted with trees, shrubs and herbaceous flowers. There is a feature pond at the main house.
The outbuildings consist of a traditional stone built stable block, thought to have been built around the same time as the cottage. This building is attached to the main house, where the boot room, laundry and WC forms part of. The remaining part of the building already is fitted with underfloor heating, and would lend itself to be further developed for office space or family games room. The roof was replaced in 2007, and is of typical construction with Scottish slate.
There is a further larger outbuilding. Constructed of timber with galvanised metal cladding. This currently offers two large stable boxes, tack room and hay storage. There is also a large garage, with double doors that could house 2-3 cars.
Originally the building was all stables and has the facility to easily convert back to this if required.
There is also a large potting shed, of timber construction which also offers over hanging for storage.
There is external lighting surrounding the property, and water supplies both at the paddocks and at 4 points around the property. There is also outside electricity power supplies.
The property is serviced with a private water supply via bore hole within the property grounds. The sewage is also private, with a septic tank and soakaway for each property.
Viewing is strictly by appointment only via Henderson Roche Sales and Lettings 01259 230888 and is highly advised to appreciate this beautiful family home.
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