HALL, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, ELECTRIC HEATING, SOLAR PANELS, DOUBLE GLAZING, DRIVE. SECLUDED GARDEN, STUNNING VIEWS
Detached, traditional Cottage in an elevated, peaceful location. Will appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers given the loocation and potential. Early viewing is very highly recommended.
This charming, detached traditional Cottage is situated in an elevated, peaceful rural location, with enviable views of the surrounding countryside. The property lies within the peaceful hamlet of the Path of Condie some 7 miles from Milnathort/Kinross and 12 miles from Perth all of which offer business, shopping, leisure and commercial facilities. The nearby villages of Forgandenny, Dunning and Glenfarg have primary schools, with secondary education offered in both Perth and Kinross.
Innerdownie Cottage enjoys an idyllic setting with magnificent views over the Perthshire countryside. The well-appointed property offers peaceful and light accommodation which comprises; an entrance hall with stone tiled floor, coat hooks and access via a Ramsay ladder to a generous floored loft and doors accessing the master bedroom and lounge. A large picture window with deep sill to the lounge provides lots of natural light and views to the front of the property. There is ample space for furniture, feature brick fireplace with a tiled hearth and unique hand carved natural stone mantle and wood burning stove, and access to an airing cupboard, kitchen and bedroom 2. The delightful galley style kitchen is fitted with a range of pine wall, base and display units, solid beech work tops and contrasting tiled splashback, integrated electric hob and oven with an extractor hood above, plumbed for an automatic washing machine and space for either a dishwasher or tumble drier, a stainless steel sink with views to the rear, quarry tiled floor and a door giving access to the side and rear of the property. Off the kitchen is an inner hall with a quarry tiled floor, providing space for a freestanding fridge/freezer, extra storage and access to the spacious bathroom fitted with a three piece white suite with tiled splashback, bath with electric shower over, wash hand basin with fitted vanity below, wall mounted vanity unit, heated chrome towel rail, and feature opaque window to the rear of the property. The two spacious double bedrooms enjoy views to the front and original solid fuel fireplaces. Both have ample space for furniture, the master bedroom also benefits from a wall of feature floor to ceiling storage comprising of a combination of cupboards, hanging rails, shelves and baskets. Electric heating is installed, all windows are double glazed and there are solar panels on the roof which provide an income that meets the current owner’s electricity needs. Water is provided by a private water supply, currently shared with five other properties.
Externally, the cottage sits in generous, well-tended garden grounds with a stone path providing access to the front. The front and side are laid mainly to lawn surrounded by a mature hedge and a variety of shrubs, small trees and fruit trees as well as a composting area and vegetable plots. There is ample space for garden furniture for relaxation and a large insulated timber shed with electricity. A concrete drive to the side of the property provides parking for approximately 4 cars.
This property will no doubt appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers given its idyllic location and potential and would also make an ideal holiday cottage or buy-to-let opportunity. Viewing is very highly recommended. Home report valuation is £175,000.
ENTRANCE PORCH - 5’2” x 4’2” (1.57m x 1.27m max approx.)
LOUNGE – 13’2” x 14’2” (4.01m x 4.32m max approx.)
BEDROOM 1 – 13’8” x 11’2” (4.17m x 3.40m max approx.)
BEDROOM 2 – 14’2” x 12’4” (4.32m x 3.76m max approx.)
KITCHEN – 14’1” x 6’8” (4.29m x 2.03m max approx.)
REAR HALL – 3’2” x 5’3” (0.97m x 1.60m approx.)
BATHROOM – 9’8” x 5’7” (2.95m x 1.70m approx.)
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets and light fittings in the sale together with the shed as detailed in the schedule. The fridge freezer and automatic washing machine are available by separate negotiation.
Path of Condie is a small hamlet located south of Perth and can be accessed from the north by leaving the M90 at junction 9 (A912 – Bridge of Earn). In the centre of Bridge of Earn take the B935 to Forgandenny, Approximately ½ mile after Forgandenny turn left and follow signs to Path of Condie.
From the south, exit the M90 at Junction 6 for Kinross and follow signs for Kinross/Milnathort. Follow the A922 to Milnathort. At the mini-roundabout take 2nd exit onto Wester Loan. Continue 2.3 miles then turn left at Newhill Farm, signposted Path of Condie. After approx. 4 miles turn left again signposted Path of Condie ¼ mile. Innerdownie Cottage is in the centre of the hamlet at the top of the hill, clearly marked by our sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band B.
EPC rating: Band E.
To view: Contact solicitors 01738 635300.
Office ref: CN/MD.
McCash & Hunter Ref: 2325.
PSPC Area: Bridge of Earn.
|Public Rooms: 1||Bedrooms: 2|
|Bathrooms: 1||Central Heating: Electric|
|Windows: Double Glazed||Garage:|
|Garden: Private||EPC: E|
|Council Tax Band: B||McCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MD2325|
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