PORCH, HALL, LIVING ROOM, CONSERVATORY, BREAKFASTING KITCHEN, UTILITY, 3 GOOD-SIZED BEDROOMS, BATHROOM, CLOAKROOM, OIL HEATING, DOUBLE GLAZING, DOUBLE GARAGE, OPEN-PLAN GARDEN, PEACEFUL SEMI-RURAL LOCATION OVERLOOKING MILL LADE
Immaculately presented Detached Bungalow in peaceful semi-rural location with wooded backdrop and overlooking Mill lade in quiet hamlet of Stormontfield. Recently refurbished by the current owners to high standard, the property is likely to appeal to a wide range of purchasers given its quality, presentation and prime peaceful location making an ideal family home. Early viewing very highly recommended.
This immaculately presented Detached Bungalow is situated in a peaceful semi-rural location on a generous corner plot with a wooded backdrop and the shallow Mill Lade running alongside, in the quiet hamlet of Stormontfield. Situated just 4 miles from Perth city centre, with its wide range of business, shopping and leisure amenities including the Theatre and Concert Hall, restaurants and bars and North and South Inch parklands, and easy access to the outer-ring motorway network at Dundee Road, providing easy commuting to all major cities and airports in the central belt, and north.
This splendid property has been refurbished by the current owners to include a new kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom, new internal doors and flooring throughout and offers spacious and light accommodation to the prospective purchaser. A covered porch with exterior light and tiled floor leads to a hardwood door with opaque glazed windows to either side, opening to a wide and welcoming hall with superb oak-effect plank-style laminate flooring which continues into the living areas, and a double cloaks cupboard with shelved hanging space and deep cupboard housing water tank and boiler, and access to the part floored attic with Ramsay ladder. An etched glass door opens to the lovely dual aspect living room with ample space for furniture and full height windows to side, flooding the room with natural light and central door to a peaceful deep-silled dwarf walled heated conservatory, enjoying superb views overlooking the lade and woodland beyond, making this a perfect spot for casual dining and to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. There is open-plan access to the most stylish dual-aspect contemporary breakfasting kitchen which has lovely wide windows overlooking the wrap-around garden. This generous room is fitted with a range of white polished soft-closing base units with plank-effect ‘cocobolo’ worktops, end panels and splashback, and lovely contrasting feature tiled walls and a moulded sink with drainer. Integrated appliances include a wide ceramic hob with extractor canopy above, 2 Neff combi-oven/grills, one with a steamer and one with a microwave, dishwasher and American fridge-freezer, a plinth for a t.v., ceiling spots and decorative ambient lighting to the spacious dining area. The separate utility has a matching range of units and big enough as a boot room with its barrier mat flooring, window seat and coat hooks and includes an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer and has a part-glazed opaque door to the garden. There are three good-size double bedrooms all with picture windows and built-in wardrobes and space for furniture. The master bedroom enjoys wider wardrobes and a wall bracket for a t.v. and another includes fixed floating shelving, and all enjoy peaceful views. There is a fully tiled cloakroom with built-in vanity unit, bevelled mirror and chrome heated towel rail, and also a stylish family bathroom with double shower enclosure with splendid burnt copper wet wall panels, electric shower with rainfall shower and riser, and bath with cocobolo finish and contrasting wall tiles, a wall mounted illuminated vanity unit and full height chrome heated towel rail, non-slip sparkle tile-effect vinyl flooring and an attractive opaque window to rear. Oil central heating is installed, all windows are double glazed and there is fresh neutral decoration and ample storage throughout.
The immaculate low-maintenance open-plan garden is laid mainly to lawn and wraps fully around the property. To the front a lovely shaped curved lawn and perimeter planted flower beds with a mature cherry tree making a lovely feature to this pretty garden. A chipped driveway provides off-street parking for several cars and leads to two single garages with remote up and over doors and useful shelving for storage, one has a door opening to the rear. A paved path leads fully around the property to the peaceful rear garden which enjoys particularly pleasant views over Mill Lade, towards the surrounding countryside with a wooded backdrop and fields beyond, an idyllic setting attracting a large range of wildlife and birds. A large flagstone patio provides ample space to relax and soak up the sun, with access to the conservatory and to the lawn which has space for play equipment and garden furniture. Steps lead to a peaceful spot overlooking the bridge and the wide, but shallow Lade, and the gravel path which leads to the extensive raised rockery and flower beds, planted with numerous bulbs and shrubs including rhododendron and buddleia. A concrete plinth on the lawn is ideal for play equipment or as a base for a shed, there is part-boundary fencing providing privacy, 2 outdoor taps and steps with handrail to the back door.
This beautifully presented property is likely to appeal to a wide range of purchasers given its quality, presentation and prime peaceful location making an ideal family home. Early viewing is very highly recommended. Home Report valuation £275,000.
It is proposed to include all fitted floor coverings, carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings in the sale, together with the appliances as stated in the particulars, and garden seat in the garden by the burn.
PORCH 5’7” x 4’8” - 1.70m x 1.42m approx.
HALL 8’3” x 16’ max x 9’3” x 3’ – 2.51m x 4.88m x 2.82m x 0.91m max approx.
LIVING ROOM 21’6” x 12’9” – 6.55m x 3.89m approx.
CONSERVATORY 9’9” x 7’10” – 2.97m x 2.39m approx.
BREAKFASTING KITCHEN 26’ x 11’5” max – 7.92m x 3.48m max approx.
UTILITY 9’ x 7’ - 2.74m x 2.13m approx.
MASTER BEDROOM 12’ x 10’9” – 3.66m x 3.28m approx.
BEDROOM 2 11’1” x 7’9” – 3.38m x 2.36m approx.
BEDROOM 3 11’2” x 11’ – 3.40m x 3.35m approx.
FAMILY BATHROOM 8’10” x 5’9” – 2.69m x 1.75m approx.
CLOAKROOM 6’7” x 3’5” - 2.01m x 1.04m approx.
HOME REPORT ACCESS:
Postcode: PH2 6DQ
Head across the bridge to Bridgend, turning left and follow the Isla Road to Old Scone past Scone Palace and Racecourse and turn left at the sign for Stormontfield. At Waulkmill, take the sign for Colenhaugh and as you enter, number 3 is the first property on the left-hand side, clearly marked by our For Sale sign.
Entry: By arrangement.
Council Tax: Band F.
EPC Rating: Band D.
To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.
To View: Contact PSPC 01738 635301.
PSPC opens 7 days a week.
McCash & Hunter Ref: CN/MP/3COL
PSPC Area: Scone.
|Public Rooms: 1||Bedrooms: 3|
|Bathrooms: 2||Central Heating: Oil|
|Windows: Double Glazed||Garage: Double|
|Garden: Private||EPC: D|
|Council Tax Band: E||McCash and Hunter Reference: CN/MP/3COL|
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.