HALL, SITTING ROOM, KITCHEN, FAMILY DINING AREA, FORMAL DINING ROOM, LOUNGE, 2 MEZZANINE'S (CURRENTLY A STUDY & LIBRARY) CONSERVATORY, LAUNDRY, 5 BEDROOMS 2 EN-SUITE & 1 WALK-IN DRESSING ROOM, 2 FURTHER SHOWER ROOMS, CLOAKROOM, GYM, OFFICE, GARDEN ROOM, 2 OUTBUILDINGS, SECLUDED ENCLOSED GARDEN GROUNDS, REMOTE CONTROL ELECTRIC GATES.
A highly desirable family home in secluded gardens grounds in the much sought after Rosemount area of Blairgowrie. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quality, presentation and location of this most unique of properties.
The Old Coach House is a highly desirable family home which sits beautifully within 0.76 acres of superb, secluded garden grounds in the much sought after Rosemount area of Blairgowrie. This unique property was originally built as the coach house for Northlands House and carefully converted in the 1990’s, retaining much of the original features from the former brick built Victorian building and now offers exceptionally stylish, and unique accommodation.
Ideally placed, local amenities include a medical centre, cottage hospital, nursery, primary and secondary schooling, supermarkets and restaurants and a variety of private schooling is readily available at Craigclowan, Glenalmond, Strathallan, Kilgraston and Dundee High School. Perth and Dundee a short drive away, offer a more comprehensive range of amenities including high street shopping, professional services, entertainment and leisure facilities including the Concert Hall and Theatre.
Set in some of Scotland’s finest scenery there is a wealth of outdoor pursuits including countryside walks, the championship Rosemount Golf Course, tennis courts, bowling and fishing and the ski slopes of Glenshee are within pleasant driving distance. The outer-ring motorway network provides easy commuting to all major cities and airports in the central belt and north, and the nearest train stations are Dunkeld, Perth and Dundee.
This exceptionally stylish property is immaculately presented and finished to the highest of standards, offering something really unique which is full of character and charm. The front door opens to a vestibule with coats area and cloakroom and glass doors leading to the most superb, double height sitting room which really has the ‘wow factor’. This delightful room forms the heart of this home with all rooms leading off. French doors, and windows to the roof flood the area with daylight, and a central wall-mounted coal fire makes a most attractive focal point to this lovely room. Stairs either side, lead to two separate mezzanine levels with elevated views; a peaceful library area to one side and the spiral staircase leads to a study with splendid stained glass window to the other. The recently renovated kitchen has oak topped units, a central island with breakfast bar and a Rayburn stove and range cooker. Adjacent is a separate breakfast room with French doors leading to a sun trap patio, perfect for al fresco’ dining and entertaining.
The lounge and dining room are a spectacular feature of The Old Coach House, effectively one room, the two areas divided by the original Victorian stable stalls of metal and pitch pine to form a splendid formal dining room and a spacious and light lounge with focal point gas fired stove and original hay trough, converted to a snug seat. Double doors lead to a superb conservatory, set amongst the fruit trees and overlooking the secluded garden which makes this peaceful room perfect for relaxing and entertaining. The laundry and utility rooms are accessible from the conservatory and have the original garden potting room tables and coal bin, and lead to another store room currently used as a gym.
The original hay loft is converted into a most peaceful and pleasant master bedroom with built-in furniture and lovely elevated views. There is a generous ensuite bathroom with rolled top bath and double shower, and another set of stairs lead to two further bedrooms with Juliet balconies, a walk-in dressing room and shower room. On the ground floor are two good-sized double bedrooms, one currently being used as a games room, which has an ensuite and the other guest bedroom is adjacent to a large contemporary double shower room. Gas central heating is installed, all windows are double glazed and the property has ample storage and fresh tasteful decoration throughout.
The Old Coach House stands in the most splendid secluded grounds that sweep around the property and include herbaceous borders with mature trees and shrubs providing year round interest and colour. There are numerous interesting areas scattered around this gardener’s delight; a raised decked area with small featured pond, making an idyllic spot to barbecue in the sunshine, a peaceful courtyard area, a perimeter box hedged path meandering to a mature wooded natural garden, and an orchard next to a generous sun-trap patio, perfect for al fresco’ dining . The outbuildings include a timber built stable currently used as a garden shed, a store room and further storage area and there is also two substantial brick built out houses, one used as an office and the other has the potential to be the most lovely summer house.
This fully enclosed garden has remote gates and parking for at least six cars, and there is ample space for play equipment amongst the copious trees and shrubs. These grounds make the most perfect place to suit everyone’s needs be it to explore, relax or play.
Early viewing is indeed very highly recommended to appreciate the quality, presentation and location of this most unique of properties. Home Report valuation £475,000.
HALL 12’6” x 4’5” (3.81m x 1.35m approx.)
CLOAKROOM 6’2” x 4’5” (1.88m x 1.35m approx.)
SITTING ROOM 23’11” x 20” (7.29m x 6.10m approx.)
BREAKFASTING KITCHEN 24’7” x 17’10” (7.49m x 5.44m approx.)
BREAKFAST ROOM 17’5” x 7’7” (5.31m x 2.31m approx.)
FORMAL DINING ROOM 13’8” x 8’2” (4.17m x 2.49m approx.)
LOUNGE 28’7” x 17’8” (8.71m x 5.38m approx.)
CONSERVATORY 20’11” x 8’ (6.38 x 2.44m approx.)
BEDROOM 2 13’8” x 9’ (4.17m x 2.74m approx.)
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM 8’10” x 5’7” (2.69m x 1.70m approx.)
BEDROOM 3 13’7” x 11’3” (4.14m x 3.43m approx.)
SHOWER ROOM 6’9” x 5’7” (2.06m x 1.70m approx.)
LAUNDRY 13’4” x 12’3” (4.06m x 3.73m approx.)
GYM 16’3” x 11’1” (4.95m x 3.38m approx.)
OFFICE 17’2” x 7’5” (5.23m x 2.26m approx.)
GARDEN ROOM 18’2” x 12’3” (5.54m x 3.73m approx.)
OUTBUILDING 1 14’ x 13’ (4.27m x 3.96m approx.)
OUTBUILDING 2 15’2” x 9’4” (4.62m x 2.84m approx.)
GALLERY 1 (SPIRAL STAIR TO STUDY) 17’5” x 7’8” (5.31m 2.34m max approx.)
GALLERY 2 (STAIRS TO LIBRARY) 23’ x 8’5” (7.01m x 2.57m max approx.)
MASTER BEDROOM 14’3” x 13’7” (4.34m x 4.14m approx.)
ENSUITE BATHROOM 16’9” x 7’9” (5.11m x 2.36m approx.)
BEDROOM 4 14’10” x 7’3” (4.52m x 2.21m approx.)
BEDROOM 5 17’6” x 7’9” (5.33m x 2.36m approx.)
SHOWER ROOM 8’1” x 5’6” (2.46m x 1.65m approx.)
WALK-IN DRESSING ROOM 9’1” x 4’6” (2.77m 1.37m approx.)
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings (excluding lamp shades) in the sale, together with the Rayburn, range cooker and dishwasher in the kitchen and the white goods in the utility room as detailed in the schedule. Please note that any non-fixed stained glass, the stone troughs in the garden and the garden furniture are not included in the sale.
HOME REPORT ACCESS:
Postcode: PH10 6LD.
Travelling from Perth turn right off the A93 onto Golf Course Road and Woodlands Road is on the left. From Dundee direction on the A923, turn left onto Golf Course Road. After 0.5 miles, turn right onto Woodlands Road. Follow the road around to the right and The Old Coach House is on the right hand side, behind electrically operated wooden gates, clearly marked by our For Sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band G.
EPC Rating: Band D.
To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.
To View: Contact PSPC 01738 635301.
PSPC opens 7 days a week.
Office Ref: CN/MD.
McCash & Hunter Ref: 2290.
PSPC Area: Blairgowrie.
|Public Rooms: 4||Bedrooms: 5|
|Bathrooms: 4||Central Heating: Gas|
|Windows: Double Glazed||Garage:|
|Garden: Private||EPC: D|
|Council Tax Band: G||McCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MD2290|
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Although these particulars are believed to be accurate they are intended only to give a general description of the property. Their accuracy is not warranted and they do not form part of an offer to sell.