This beautifully appointed upper flat is in immaculate, walk-in condition and is likely to appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers, given its presentation, quality and peaceful location. A perfect first-time buy or buy-to-let opportunity and early viewing is very highly recommended.
The Old Bakehouse is a beautifully appointed upper Flat which enjoys a peaceful location in the thriving village of Birnam. Set amongst some of Scotland's finest scenery, the historic towns of Birnam and neighbouring cathedral town of Dunkeld are centrally situated in the heart of Perthshire in an outstanding conservation area renowned for its natural beauty, on opposite banks of the River Tay, linked by Telford’s seven arch bridge. Local amenities include a variety of specialist shops, hotels, restaurants, bars, leisure amenities, health centre, vet, primary school, Arts Centre and famous 'Beatrix Potter' garden and wonderful woodland walks which include Birnam Hill and the Hermitage on the banks of the River Tay. There is a regular train service from Birnam to Inverness and Perth and on to Glasgow and Edinburgh, and also a regular bus service, and the A9 close by providing easy commuting to Perth and all major cities in the central belt, and north to Pitlochry and to Aviemore and Inverness beyond.
This delightful property has been refurbished by the current owner to include a new kitchen and bathroom, new combi-boiler, radiators and multi-fuel burner and quality flooring throughout. The immaculate accommodation on offer comprises an entrance vestibule with triple sliding wardrobes, coat hooks, marmoleum flooring and deep-silled window to front and door to a superb triple-aspect L-shaped sitting room which has ample space for dining furniture and open-plan to the modern kitchen. This very spacious room has deep-silled sash and case windows with a splendid focal point traditional fireplace with oak mantle and recessed multi-fuel Charmwood wood burner on slate hearth and oak laminate flooring. The stylish modern kitchen is fitted with a range of painted wall and base units with oak worktops and ambient lighting and sink with deep-silled window enjoying pleasant views to Birnam Hill. Integral appliances include a four-ring gas hob, oven and grill with extractor above and larder fridge, plumbed for automatic washing machine and space for a butcher’s trolley if so required. A glazed door leads to a rear hall with laminate flooring, a shelved storage cupboard and access to loft space. There are three double bedrooms all with deep-silled windows enjoying pleasant views and ample space for free-standing furniture and the third bedroom is currently used as a study. The stylish contemporary bathroom is fitted with sandstone-effect wet wall panels and includes a bath with shower screen and mains shower, oval sink with built-in vanity unit, bevelled mirror, chrome heated towel rail, ceiling spots, marmoleum flooring and velux window providing ample natural light. Gas central heating is installed all windows are sash & case, and the property is tastefully decorated throughout. Externally this delightful property has a fully-enclosed paved sun terrace with space for outdoor furniture, a log store, lockable shed and an area of chipped stones with stable gate providing off-street parking.
This immaculate, walk-in condition property is likely to appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers, given its presentation, quality and peaceful location making a perfect first-time buy or buy-to-let opportunity and early viewing is very highly recommended. Home Report valuation £150,000.
ENTRANCE VESTIBULE - 7’4” x 8’11” (2.24m x 2.72m approx.)
LOUNGE/DINING/KITCHEN - 19’3” x 9’6” x 22’0” x 12’4” (5.87m x 2.90m x 6.71m x 3.76m approx.)
REAR HALLWAY – 8’5” x 2’8” (2.57m x 0.81m approx.)
BEDROOM 1 – 11’9” x 10’3” (3.58m x 3.12m max approx.)
BEDROOM 2 – 10’4” x 10’0” (3.15m x 305m max approx.)
BEDROOM 3/STUDY – 8’4” x 10’9” (2.54m x 3.28m max approx.)
BATHROOM – 6’1” x 6’4” (1.85m x 1.93m approx.)
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, blinds and light fittings in the sale.
HOME REPORT ACCESS:
Postcode: PH8 0BJ
From Perth travel take the A9 North, taking the first slip road to the right for Birnam/Dunkeld. Follow the road into the town and just before the Birnam Hotel turn right at the bus shelter onto St Mary’s Road. Follow the right bend and turn immediately right along a lane leading to the Old Bakehouse. Park on the right hand side and Upper Flat, The Old Bakehouse is clearly marked by our For Sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band B.
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: 2235
PSPC Area: Dunkeld
|Public Rooms: 1||Bedrooms: 3|
|Bathrooms: 1||Central Heating: Gas|
|Windows: Sash and Case||Garage: None|
|Garden: Private||EPC: D|
|Council Tax Band: B||McCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MD2235|
McCash & Hunter is the trading name of McCash & Hunter LLP, a limited liability partnership. Registered in Scotland No. S0301703. Registered Office: 25 South Methven Street, Perth, PH1 5ES
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.