ENTRANCE VESTIBULE, HALLWAY, 2 PUBLIC ROOMS, BREAKFASTING KITCHEN, 5 BEDROOMS, STORE ROOM & COAL STORE, STORE/STUDY, SHOWER ROOM & CLOAKROOM, GAS CENTRAL HEATING, SASH & CASE WINDOWS, MATURE SOUTH-FACING GARDENS, GREENHOUSE, GARAGE, PARKING FOR 2 CARS
Rare to the market, highly desirable traditional semi-detached Villa offering huge potential in much sought-after Kinnoull location. Essential viewing to appreciate presentation and location.
Rare to the market, this highly desirable and beautifully appointed semi-detached traditional Villa stands in beautifully mature, landscaped garden grounds in a secluded location within the much sought after and prestigious Kinnoull area of Perth. This delightful family home requires a degree of upgrading and is ideally convenient for all Perthshire's business, shopping and leisure amenities, all within a short drive of the outer-ring motorway network at Kinfauns, which in turn provides links to all major cities and airports. Perth and its surrounding area boasts a wealth of both state and private schools, including Glenalmond College, Strathallan, Kilgraston and Craigclowan, all of which lie within easy driving distance. Perth Concert Hall is complemented by a choice of good restaurants and artistic and leisure facilities available in the 'Fair City'.
This impressive property built circa 1865 is a fine example of the architecture and design of the late Victorian era, complemented by high ceilings, deep skirting, dado and picture rails, ornate cornicing and traditional single glazed 'sash & case' windows and a lovely staircase with attractive balustrade to further two levels, offering immense character and charm. From the drive a pea-chip path leads to the side entrance of the property and directly into a large rear lobby with skylight which has a large store room to one side with coal store and the breakfasting-kitchen to the other. The main entrance is accessed from the front garden where an attractive original front door leads to a sunny vestibule with glazed door and window to the main hall. There is a spacious sitting room with ornate cornicing, a marble fireplace with tiled hearth and shelved recess to side and splendid bay windows enjoying pleasant garden views, making this delightful room perfect for entertaining. The adjacent formal dining room has ambient lighting, a boarded up fireplace and window to side and an inner hall with storage leading to a large cloakroom with white suite, coat hooks and window to rear and a deep under stair cupboard providing additional storage. A sliding door leads to the kitchen which is fitted with pine wall, base and display units with shelving and ambient lighting, white corner units, a large shelved larder, contrasting work tops and tiled splashback. Appliances include an integral dishwasher, fridge-freezer and free-standing electric cooker with ceramic hob, and there is a laundry clothes pulley and sink with drainer and double window with views to rear, and there is ample scope to open up the kitchen and dining areas and potentially extend out, subject to the relevant planning permission being obtained. An attractive staircase with ornate balustrade leads to two further floors with half landings and windows providing natural light. The first half landing has a modern and contemporary shower room fitted with a white suite and corner shower fitted for disabled use, with wet wall and electric shower. There is a chrome heated towel rail, laundry cupboard, mirrored wall unit and tilting windows to rear. The first floor landing has space for furniture and access to a generous double bedroom with boarded up fireplace, shelved recess and large bay window enjoying peaceful elevated garden views. Adjacent is a double bedroom with wash hand basin and separate compact double currently used as a study. Stairs lead to the second landing with skylight and walk-in cupboard and two further coombed bedrooms, one with a fireplace and a store room with Velux which could potentially make an ideal study, dressing room or ensuite shower room. Gas central heating is installed and the property is in pleasant move-in condition and there is ample storage throughout.
This substantial family home stands in the most superb, beautifully mature, south-facing garden grounds which are truly a gardener’s delight. This delightful, secluded walled garden enjoys a large mature rockery with central lawn bordered by thoughtfully planted shaped flowerbeds and copious amounts of mature trees and shrubs which include climbing hydrangea, rhododendron, azalea, lilac and holly bushes, maple, yew and apple trees, all of which provide year round interest and colour. This lovely elevated property has a pea-chip path that meanders around the garden and leads to a large greenhouse with shed with remote roller garage situated below, accessed from the road, and there is also an additional shed and drying lines. Double gates from the road lead to a driveway with off-street parking for two cars.
This is a most highly desirable property which will appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers given its potential and prime central location. Early viewing is indeed very highly recommended. Home report valuation £410,000.
REAR LOBBY 9’4” x 5’ (2.84m x 1.52m approx.)
STORE ROOM 8’9” x 8’6” (2.67m x 2.59m approx.)
COAL STORE 5’ x 3’5” (1.52m x 1.04m approx.)
BREAKFASTING KITCHEN 11’8” x 11’8” (3.56m x 3.56m approx.)
INNER HALL 17’ x 3’ (5.18m x 0.91m approx.)
MAIN HALL 19’ x 8’5” (5.79m x 2.57m max approx.)
ENTRANCE VESTIBULE 7’5” x 4’10” (2.26m x 1.47m approx.)
CLOAKROOM 8’6” x 6’9” (2.59m x 2.06m max approx.)
UNDER STAIR CUPBOARD 5’ x 2’3” (1.52m x 0.68m approx.)
FORMAL DINING ROOM 16’ x 10’8” (4.88m x 3.25m approx.)
SITTING ROOM 18’3” x 17’9” (5.56m x 5.41m approx.)
½ LANDING 8’ x 2’6” (2.44m x 0.76m approx.)
SHOWER ROOM 7’9” x 7’ (2.36m x 2.13m approx.)
EAVES LAUNDRY CUPBOARD 3’1” x 2’7” (0.94m x 0.78m approx.)
1ST FLOOR LANDING 7’8” x 6’4” (2.34m x 1.93m approx.)
MASTER BEDROOM 14’9” x 14’9” (4.50m x 4.50 approx.)
BEDROOM 2 14’7” x 12’1” (4.45m x 3.68m approx.)
BEDROOM 3 8’ x 10’7” (2.44m x 3.23m approx.)
TOP ½ LANDING 8’9” x 3’4” (2.67m x 1.02m approx.)
TOP LANDING 10’4” x 7’7” (3.15m x 2.31m approx.)
WALK-IN CUPBOARD 4’9” x 4’3” (1.45m x 1.30m approx.)
BEDROOM 4 15’7” max x 11’1” (4.75m x 3.38m max approx.)
BEDROOM 5 15’ x 7’2” (4.57m x 2.18m approx.)
STORE/STUDY 8’3” x 6’3” (2.51m x 1.91m approx.)
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings in the sale, together with the free-standing electric cooker, greenhouse and shed as detailed in the schedule.
HOME REPORT ACCESS:
Postcode: PH2 7DH
Travel along South Street towards the river, cross Queens Bridge onto Dundee Road turning right at the traffic lights past the Travel Lodge and Fair Maid restaurant. Turn first left onto Manse Road and at the mini roundabout turn left into Brompton Terrace and number 1 is at the end on the corner of Bowerswell Road and Brompton Terrace, accessed by the driveway to the side door.
Alternatively, turn left at the traffic lights, travel along Dundee Road and right onto Bowerswell Road. Turn 2nd right into Brompton Terrace and number 1 is the first property on the right hand side, clearly marked by our For Sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band G.
EPC Rating: Band E.
To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.
To View: Contact PSPC 01738 635301.
PSPC opens 7 days a week.
Office Ref: AD/MD.
McCash & Hunter Ref: 2324
PSPC Area: Perth.
|Public Rooms: 2||Bedrooms: 5|
|Bathrooms: 2||Central Heating: Gas|
|Windows: Sash and Case||Garage: Single|
|Garden: Private||EPC: E|
|Council Tax Band: G||McCash and Hunter Reference: AD/MD2324|
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