Little Princeland, Townhead, Coupar Angus, PH13 9AR

Guide price £329000 (Sold)



Rare to the market,this beautifully appointed detached Farmhouse enjoys a peaceful and secluded setting of approximately a third of an acre. This highly desirable property will no doubt appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers, early viewing is  highly recommended

Rare to the market, this highly desirable and beautifully appointed detached farmhouse enjoys a peaceful and secluded setting, standing in mature garden grounds of approximately third of an acre, and with unbroken views.  This charming property is situated on the Glamis side of Coupar Angus, an area of Perthshire renowned for its natural beauty and enjoys a particularly splendid backdrop with panoramic views towards the Lomond Hills and Angus Glens.  This thriving village is surrounded by countryside and offers a wealth of sporting, touring and leisure pursuits and is ideally placed for access to all local amenities including schools, the primary school being within walking distance,  shops, a choice of hotels and restaurants and Larghan Park, across the road.  The property is also ideally located for easy commuting with Blairgowrie just 4 miles away, Dunkeld 14 and Dundee and Perth some 16 where the outer ring motorway gives access to all major cities and airports in the central belt, and north.

Little Princeland is an immaculately presented traditional property finished to the highest of standards and enjoys many typical period features such as high ceilings with ornate cornicing, original doors, open fireplaces, ornamental lighting, superb windows, most of which are sash and case and a conservatory enjoying the most beautiful  garden views.  The versatile and light accommodation  combines both contemporary and traditional features with the emphasis placed on modern, stylish fixtures and fittings complemented by stripped doors, deep moulded skirting, ambient lighting, built-in bedroom furniture and a lovely pitch pine staircase. The spacious rooms on offer comprise a dwarf walled porch with quarry-tiled flooring and ample space for furniture, a vestibule with a lovely etched glazed door with side panels flooding the reception hallway with natural light, an elegant dual-aspect lounge with splendid solid-fuel focal-point carved fireplace with cast-iron insert, stone hearth and shelved recess with cupboard to side.  An adjacent dual-aspect family room has a glazed door with lovely panoramic views and double French doors to the most superb vaulted conservatory with feature stone wall and deep-silled windows.  There is ample space for furniture and doors which lead to south-facing secluded garden with sun-trap terrace and beautiful countryside views make this delightful room perfect for entertaining.  On the opposite side of the hall is a large dual-aspect room currently used as a formal dining room which would also make an ideal guest bedroom, and includes a focal point tiled fireplace with cast-iron insert and living flame gas fire, two attractive full-height fixed display cabinets and a serving hatch to the adjacent kitchen.  A glazed door from the hall leads to a rear hall with deep under stair cupboard, separate cloaks cupboard and cloakroom with built-in vanity unit and mirror. There is also a good-size utility/boot room with wall and base units, automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, a separate dual-aspect study with built-in furniture, a wonderful original exterior door to side and large breakfasting-kitchen, fitted with a range of contemporary wall and base units with ambient lighting and contrasting beech-effect worktops and splash back.   Integral appliances include a four-ring induction hob with extractor canopy above, single and double ovens, fridge-freezer and dishwasher, and there is ample space for casual dining with feature lighting, quality tiled flooring, a serving hatch to the dining room and a sink with drainer and deep-silled window enjoying delightful views  to the rear.  The splendid pine pitch staircase leads to a split landing with eaves cupboard and to three generous dual-aspect double bedrooms, one with superb panoramic views to the rear and the others, which are particularly spacious, to the front of the property and have extensive fitted bedroom furniture and to the master is an en-suite shower room with built-in vanity units, circular mirror and chrome heated towel rail.  There is a light family bathroom fitted with a modern suite which includes a bath with shower screen, a good range of vanity units, bevelled mirror, shaver light and chrome heated towel rail.  Gas central heating is installed, all windows are double glazed and there is ample storage and fresh tasteful decoration throughout.

Little Princeland stands within the most mature, peaceful, part-walled, fully enclosed, secluded garden grounds which enjoy the most splendid panoramic views across the surrounding countryside towards the Lomond Hills.  This sun-trap garden enjoys the sun from every aspect and is both a wildlife haven and gardener’s delight, thoughtfully planted with established trees and shrubs including copper beech, cherry and fruit trees, rhododendron, hydrangea and rose bushes, climbing and trailing plants to walled part of the garden, and neatly manicured lawns all providing year round interest and colour.  This gem of a property is accessed via large timber gates to a split tarmac driveway leading to the front and rear with wrought iron gates, perimeter hedging and a sweeping driveway to the front providing off-street parking.  Gates to the side lead to a generous pavour driveway and to a castellated single garage, and door to the rear hall and utility area.  There are two separate sun terraces, a rotary dryer, water tap, exterior lighting and ample space for planted pots and tubs and timber shed.     

 This highly desirable property will appeal to a wide range of potential purchasers given its quality, presentation and peaceful location.  Early viewing is very highly recommended to appreciate the presentation and peaceful location of this unique family home.  Home report valuation £340,000.


FRONT PORCH – 11’9” x 7’9” (3.58m x 2.36m approx.)

VESTIBULE – 7’4” x 3’6” (2.24m x 1.07m approx.)

RECEPTION HALL – 17’3” x 7’4” max (5.26m x 2.24m max approx.)

SITTING ROOM – 15’3” x 14’8” (4.65m x 4.47m approx.)

DINING ROOM – 16’0” x 14’6” (4.88m x 4.42m approx.)

FAMILY ROOM/SNUG – 14’6” x 7’4” (4.42m x 2.24m approx.)

CONSERVATORY – 22’5” x 14’10” max (6.83m x 4.52m max approx.)

REAR HALL – 10’4” x 7’8” (3.15m x 2.34m approx.)

CLOAKROOM – 5’4” x 5’2” (1.63m x 1.57m approx.)

UTILITY /BOOT ROOM – 12’5” x 7’4” (3.78m x 2.24m approx.)

STUDY – 12’5” x 5’3” (3.78m x 1.60m approx.)

BREAKFASTING KITCHEN – 14’6” x 10’8” (4.42m x 3.25m approx.)

MASTER BEDROOM – 20’0” x 14’7” (6.10m x 4.45m approx.)

EN-SUITE – 12’9” x 5’9” (3.89m x 1.75m approx.)

BEDROOM 1 – 20’0” x 14’7” (6.10m x 4.45m approx.)

BEDROOM 2 – 17’8” x 8’7” (5.38m x 2.62m approx.)

HALL – 5’0” x 2’9” (1.52m x 0.84m approx.)

BATHROOM - 12’9” x 5’9” (3.89m x 1.75m approx.)


It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, and light fittings in the sale together with the stated appliances and timber shed.



Reference: HP469973

Postcode: PH13 9AR


From Perth travel through Bridgend taking the right fork onto the A94 through Scone onto Angus Road. Follow the road through Balbeggie and Burrelton to Coupar Angus. Turn right after the Red House Hotel onto the Forfar Road. Turn left after the playing fields on the left hand side into Princeland Road, at the top turn right and Little Princeland is the last house on the left.

Entry: By arrangement.

Council Tax: Band F.

EPC Rating:  Band E.

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:  2242

PSPC Area: Blairgowrie.




Public Rooms: 4Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2Central Heating: Gas
Windows: Double GlazedGarage: Single
Garden: PrivateEPC: E
Council Tax Band: FMcCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MD
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