Station House, Abercairney, Crieff, PH7
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- 3 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms
- Beautiful traditional stone built former station house
- Superb opportunity to create a lovely family home
- Generous gardens including former station platform
- Fantastic location close to Crieff
- Lovely views over the surrounding countryside
Station House lies in a quiet rural setting just 4.5 miles to the east of the popular town of Crieff in the county of Perthshire. Crieff provides a superb range of services including primary and secondary schooling, health centre, dentists, vet, supermarkets and independent retailers. There is a swimming pool and sporting facilities within the school campus, whilst the Crieff Hydro Hotel provides further sporting facilities to members. The town of Auchterarder lies 6 miles to the south and provides further facilities including primary and secondary schooling, a health centre, supermarkets and a superb range of local shops and cafes.
The City of Perth can be reached in just 25 minutes drive and provides an extensive range of services and facilities including national retailers, banks, supermarkets, concert hall, theatre and restaurants. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached within a 90 minutes car journey, with their international airports and city amenities. Gleneagles railway station is just to the south of Auchterarder with regular daily services to the north and south, including a daily sleeper service to London whilst Dunblane railway station, some 20 miles to south west provides more regular daily services.
There are a number of independent schools within a daily travelling distance of Station House including Ardvreck, Morrison’s Academy, Glenalmond, Strathallan, Kilgraston, and Craigclowan.
Station House is a delightful traditional stone built house which enjoys a superb location with lovely views over the surrounding farmland. On the ground floor there is ample reception space with a generous drawing room, and a sitting room, as well as a lovely conservatory which was formally used as the station waiting room. The kitchen is adjacent to the conservatory and enjoys dual aspect views over the gardens.
The first floor is reached by a sweeping staircase leading to a landing from which the three good sized double bedrooms can be reached as well as the family bathroom.
Station House presents a super opportunity to create a stunning family home in a lovely location. The property is in need of renovation, subject to the relevant planning permissions.
Ground Floor: Conservatory, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Drawing Room, Porch.
First Floor: 3 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.
Station House sits within lovely gardens which wrap around the property, to the front of the house is the former railway platform which creates a delightful space ideal for summer barbeques. There is a generous parking area with ample room for multiple cars. Within the grounds is a lovely selection of mature trees which provide privacy and habitat for a wide range of birds which are regularly seen from the conservatory
EPC Rating = G
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Station House, Abercairney, Crieff, PH7
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Gleneagles Station6.5 miles
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