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Mill House, Huntingtowerfield, Perth, PH1 3JT

Fixed price £240000 (Sold)


PORCH, RECEPTION HALLWAY, 2 PUBLIC ROOMS, CONSERVATORY, BREAKFASTING KITCHEN, 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS 1 ENSUITE, BATHROOM, ANNEXE, GARAGE, WORKSHOP, SUBSTANTIAL GARDENS

Highly desirable detached Georgian House with separate Granny Flat and substantial gardens. Early viewing essential to appreciate the presentation, peaceful location and potential

***£20,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION***

Rare to the market, this highly desirable and beautifully appointed detached Georgian House with separate Granny Flat enjoys an idyllic location set in secluded garden grounds which include a mature walled garden with orchard and wooded backdrop overlooking the Lade and surrounding countryside.  This peaceful semi-rural location has a local primary school within walking distance, with Tesco and Dobbies Garden Centre to name a few close by.  Perth city centre is within 2 miles and offers a wide range of business, shopping and leisure amenities including restaurants, bars and Concert Hall as are the town and country bus routes, main bus and railway stations and ‘Park & Ride’ service at Broxden roundabout, where the outer-ring motorway network provides easy commuting to all private schools and major cities and airports in the central belt. 

This gem of a property is accessed by a bridge over the Lade to a chipped driveway bordered by the walled garden with mature trees and a variety of rhododendrons and shrubs, providing privacy and seclusion.  Mill House is a unique property built circa 1850 and been carefully maintained, and would benefit from a degree of upgrading.  The accommodation retains much of the character and charm of an earlier era including high ceilings, ornate cornicing and fireplaces and would make a superb family home.  The rooms on offer comprise a traditional porch with glazed door opening to spacious and light reception hall with a turned staircase with mahogany handrail and ornate balustrade to the upstairs.  The adjacent dual-aspect sitting room has a window overlooking the walled garden and a superb focal-point oak fireplace with tiled insert and hearth, and gas fire.  There is a shelved press with cupboards beneath, ample space for furniture and an open arch leading to a splendid hardwood dwarf-walled conservatory enjoying lovely garden views.  The traditional farmhouse kitchen has single glazed windows overlooking the rear garden and access to a rear hall with separate pantry and exterior door to garden.  This sunny room is currently fitted with base units with a tiled splash back, coloured sink with shelving to side, a four-ring gas hob with electric oven and space for additional appliances.  An open arch leads to a splendid dual-aspect dining room with lovely garden views, a shelved press with cupboards beneath and ample space for furniture.  There is also a large family bathroom to the ground floor with window to side, a white four piece white suite including a bath with hand shower, bidet with shelved recess to side and louvered linen cupboard housing the combi-boiler.   The curved staircase leads to a landing with Velux window and space for furniture and to the two very spacious double bedrooms, both with deep-silled windows with peaceful views, a shelved press and space for furniture.  The principle bedroom has access to a partially-tiled en-suite shower room with velux window and loft access and steps down to coombed store/dressing room with restricted height and ample storage, and the second bedroom has a wash-hand basin with inset vanity unit and shaver point.   Gas central heating is installed and most windows are double glazed.

Adjacent to Mill House is a separate Granny flat with integral single garage and access via a dwarf wall sunroom with space for furniture and door to an open plan hall/breakfasting kitchen.  Fitted with cream wall and base units with a contrasting sink and fixed Ercol style breakfast bar with two matching chairs, a free-standing electric cooker and larder freezer, table top fridge and deep-silled window with views to front. There is a deep under stair cupboard providing storage and door to an inner hall with linen cupboard housing an automatic washing machine and access to bathroom with skylight and coloured suite, mirror and chrome heated towel rail.  Stairs from the hall lead to an upstairs open-plan double bedroom with pleasant wooded views to front and ample space for furniture.   From the rear hall downstairs is access to an integral workshop with triple Velux windows and shelving and access to a remote roller single garage with workbench, two doors to garden and window to side.   Mill House stands in the most mature part-walled garden grounds, a wildlife haven and gardeners delight, boasting established trees and shrubs, thoughtfully planted with neatly manicured lawns, and orchard leading to a garden arch and to the Lade to the rear.  The property is accessed via a chipped, shared driveway and gate to the rear of the property.

 This highly desirable property will appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers given its potential and peaceful location.  Early viewing is very highly recommended to appreciate the presentation and peaceful location of this unique family home.  Home report valuation £260,000.              

 

FRONT PORCH                                                   7’ x 4’1” (2.13m x 1.24m approx.)

RECEPTION HALL                                              20’6” max x 9’6” max (6.25m x 2.90m max approx.)

BATHROOM                                                       13’3” x 9’8” (4.04m x 2.95m approx.)

DINING ROOM                                                                  14’2” x 12’8” (4.32m x 3.86m approx.)

BREAKFASTING KITCHEN                              13’6” x 9’5” (4.11m x 2.87m approx.)

SITTING ROOM                                                                 12’5” x 12’5” (3.78m x 3.78m approx.)

CONSERVATORY                                               13’5” x 10’0” (4.09m x 3.05m approx.)

PANTRY                                                                6’1” x 4’1” (1.85m x 1.24m approx.)

REAR VESTIBULE                                               3’5” x 3’9” (1.04m x 1.14m approx.)

LANDING                                                              10’ x 3’5” (3.05m x 1.04m approx.)

MASTER BEDROOM                                        15’9” x 12’5” (4.80m x 3.78m approx.)

ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM                              8’5” x  5’4” (2.57m x 1.63m approx.)

STORE/DRESSING ROOM                              21’ x 6’7” (6.40m x 2.01m approx.)

BEDROOM 2                                                        15’9” x 11’4” (4.80m x 3.45m approx.)

 

ANNEXE:-

SUN ROOM                                                         11’1” x 8’0” (3.38m x 2.44m approx.)

HALL/BREAKFASTING KITCHEN                  16’2” x 6’6” (4.93m x 1.98m approx.)

REAR HALL                                                          6’2” x 2’5” (1.88m x 0.73m approx.)

BATHROOM                                                        7’7” x 5’6” (2.31m x 1.68m approx.)

STUDY BEDROOM/SITTING ROOM           14’2” x 8’7” (4.32m x 2.62m approx.)

GENERAL

It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, light fittings, blinds, and curtains in the sale, together with the appliances as stated above, sofa in the conservatory, sofa-bed in the annexe and coat stand in the front porch.

 

HOME REPORT ACCESS:

www.packdetails.com

Reference: HP462191

Postcode:  PH1 3JT

 

 

LOCATION

A traditional, versatile family home in an excellent location which only viewing will confirm. Directions: Leaving Perth on the A85 west signposted to Crieff, straight through the traffic lights at Dobbies Garden Centre and past Perth Agricultural Centre on the left. Carry straight on and take the next right at the sign for the Huntingtower Hotel. Continue down this road and at the bend turn left for the Hotel and immediate sharp right along a private road with sign marked ‘Logie Mill Cottages’ and across a small bridge leading to a group of houses.  Mill House is on the left hand side, entry via a gate to the rear of the property, clearly marked by our For Sale sign.

Entry: By arrangement.

Council Tax: Band D.

EPC Rating:  Band F.

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: 2211

PSPC Area: Perth

 


Details

Public Rooms: 2Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2Central Heating: Gas
Windows: Partial Double GlazingGarage: Single
Garden: PrivateEPC: F
Council Tax Band: DMcCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MD2211
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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.