30 Hay Street, Perth, PH1 5HS

Guide price £425000 (Under Offer)


This beautifully appointed semi-detached Villa enjoys a prime, peaceful residential location in one of Perth’s most sought-after areas, close to the North Inch Parklands.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

This stunningly spacious, beautifully appointed semi-detached Villa enjoys a prime, peaceful residential location in one of Perth’s most sought-after areas, close to the North Inch Parklands, with its 18-hole golf course, and is within pleasant walking distance to town.  The city centre with its wide range of business, shopping, and leisure amenities, include restaurants, bars, and Perth Concert Hall are 'on the doorstep’. The hospital is also close by, as are the town and country bus routes including the 'Park & Ride' service, and main bus and railway stations.  Access to the outer-ring motorway network is just a short drive away at Broxden, providing easy commuting to the prestigious Colleges and High Schools in the surrounding areas, and all major cities and airports in the central belt, and north.

ACCOMMODATION

This exceptional and beautifully presented, late Victorian Semi-detached Villa is finished to the highest of standards, combining both contemporary and traditional features throughout, the emphasis on modern, stylish fixtures and fittings, complemented by high ceilings, ornate cornicing, a splendid original staircase with traditional skylight above, etched and leaded glazed doors, attractive fireplaces, and lovely light, spacious rooms, some with superb bay fronted windows.    

VESTIBULE                          -              6’2” x 5’5”                           1.88m x 1.65m approx.

Access is via a splendid original front door to the vestibule providing a welcoming entrance with room for furniture, traditional panelled walls, decorative tiled flooring, attractive coving, and a most delightful etched glazed door with side windows leading to the hall.

RECEPTION HALL              -           20’3” x 5’6”                           6.17m x 1.68m approx.

This lovely traditional hall is papered with attractive raised wallpaper to the hardwood dado which continues up the pitch pine staircase and has decorative lighting and space for furniture.

LIVINGROOM                    -              20’ x 15’5”                           7.01 x 5.49 approx.

This most delightful room really provides the wow factor to this wonderful family home with its splendid ornate cornicing and original stripped polished floorboards.  There is ample space for furniture, a superb full-height triple bay window enjoying views to front and a lovely focal point feature fireplace with original tiled insert and hearth and fitted with a gas, coal-effect fire with shelved press to the side, and attractive 3-arm pendant light.      

SITTING ROOM                 -           14’2” x 12’7”                         4.32m x 3.84m approx.

This peaceful room was the original parlour and has a most delightful art deco style tiled fireplace, currently fitted with a gas coal-effect fire and matching tiled hearth, and shelved press with cupboard beneath, ample space for furniture, attractive coving and sash & case window enjoying views to the rear garden. 

INNER HALL                        -              8’5” x 7’8” x 3’                   2.57 m x 2.34m x 0.91m approx.

An opaque traditional door from the reception hall leads to the inner hall, which has room for furniture and deep under stair utility cupboard providing useful storage.

SHOWER ROOM               -           11’8” x 4’8”                           3.56m x 1.42m approx.

The stylish and modern part-tiled shower room is fitted with a double walk-in shower enclosure with mains shower and contemporary wet-wall and etched glass shower panel. There is a wall-hung wash-hand basin with vanity units beneath, full-height vanity unit, illuminated mirror, opaque window and ceramic tiled flooring.  

DINING ROOM                  -              14’2” x 12’4”                       4.32m x 3.76m approx.

This generous double aspect room with sash and case windows and pleasant views to the side courtyard garden.  This charming room has space for formal dining and includes the original maids’ bells which are still working and can be pressed from the public rooms in the house. There is a fixed wooden fireplace with gas fire, attractive feature ambient lighting and a shelved press to the side.   

BREAKFASTING-KITCHEN          14’9” x 11’9”                         4.50m x 3.58m approx.

This spacious and light dual-aspect kitchen offers space for casual dining and enjoys pleasant courtyard views. Fitted with a neutral range of wall and base units with contrasting marble effect worktops and breakfast bar, a tiled splash back, display shelving and deep 1½ sink with drainer.  Appliances include a ceramic hob, double oven and microwave, dishwasher and upright fridge-freezer, and there is ambient lighting, ceramic tiled flooring and an opaque glazed exterior door leading to the garden.   

WORKSHOP                       -           16’1” x 10’2”                         4.93m x 3.10m approx.

Externally and adjacent to the kitchen is this useful workshop, which was the former maid’s scullery, and has a sash and case window to rear, an inspection pit, multi-fuel burner to the corner of the room and lots of useful storage.  There is the original bricked up entrance to the former kitchen, this room offers ample scope to open the kitchen to form a substantial open-plan kitchen with peaceful views across the delightful secluded sunny rear garden.     

½ LANDING                        -             7’9” x 3’5” max                 2.36m x 1.04m approx.

From the reception hall, there is a most superb, pitched pine traditional staircase which leads to a split half landing with two large feature glazed skylights, providing ample natural day light. Stairs lead to the first bedroom wing and family bathroom.

BATHROOM                       -           11’2” x 6’                                3.40m x 1.83m approx.

The part-tiled, traditional bathroom fitted with an original cast iron bath with traditional taps and hand riser, neutral wall tiles with contrasting mosaic design, a large traditional sink with bevelled mirror above and heated towel rail.  There is an opaque window to side, loft access and tile effect vinyl flooring. 

BEDROOM 4                       -           10’3” x 9’6”                           3.12m x 2.90m approx.

This good size room is currently used as a day room and has sash & case windows to side, wall mounted units, room for furniture and a contemporary radiator.

BEDROOM 2                       -           15’3” x 12’5”                         4.65m x 3.78m approx.

Peaceful double bedroom with ample space for furniture, traditional coving and enjoying a lovely dual aspect with superb, elevated views to the rear. 

UPPER LANDING              -           10’7” x 7’10”                         3.23m x 2.39m approx.

Large stripped stained original floorboards to the upper landing with two full-height mahogany free-standing wardrobes, included in the sale. 

MASTER BEDROOM        -               20’ x 13’4”                         6.10m x 4.06m approx.

This is the most superb and generous double bedroom which has the most stunning, double, ornate cornicing, triple bay window and feature hi-level painted contemporary fireplace with brushed steel insert, coal-effect electric fire with granite hearth, and attractive mirror above.  There is a shelved press with enclosed glass fronted cupboard beneath, pretty wall lighting, ample room for furniture and very pleasant views to the front of the property.  

BEDROOM 3                       -           13’6” x 12’4”                         4.11m x 3.76m approx.     

Another delightful double bedroom with lovely coving and enjoying peaceful views to rear. There are full-height triple sliding mirrored wardrobes and room for additional furniture.

BEDROOM 5                      -           12’1” x 8’1”                           3.68m x 2.46m approx.

This small double bedroom is currently used as an office and has plenty room for furniture and enjoys pleasant views to front.

EXTERNAL

Ingleside stands in neatly maintained garden grounds accessed via wrought iron gates to a small, chipped driveway providing off-street parking for 2 cars.  To the front garden is neatly manicured box-hedging with an attractively shaped yew tree and climbing clematis to the side of the front bay window. A paved path leads to the front door with steps to a covered porch which has ample space for planted pots and tubs.

There is open access through a chipped stone courtyard area which is overlooked by the dining room and kitchen and has nicely placed high-level trellis fencing and space for planters, pots and tubs and lovely mature climbing clematis and access to the secluded rear garden.  This delightful and easily maintained garden has a triple paved suntrap terrace with lots of room for garden furniture and perfect for al’ fresco dining.  The central lawn enjoys a wooded backdrop with raised herbaceous borders and an array of mature trees and shrubs including hydrangea, holly, peonies, and hostas to provide year- round interest and colour. There are also traditional drying lines, a useful greenhouse and water tap.

GENERAL INFORMATION

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

This delightful property could benefit from a degree of upgrading and would make an ideal family home. There is electric central heating, double glazing and it is likely to appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers. Early viewing is very highly recommended.

Home Report valuation £425,000.

HOME REPORT ACCESS:

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Reference: HP712617

Postcode:  PH1 5HS

 

LOCATION

From North Methven Street travel north and turn right at the mini-roundabout to the rear of the Tennis Club into Hay Street and follow the road as it bears to the right, number 30 can be found on the left hand-side clearly marked with our for-sale sign.

 

Entry: By arrangement.

Council Tax: Band G.

EPC Rating:  Band F

To View: Contact solicitor 01738 635300.

McCash & Hunter Ref: AD/EA/30HAY

PSPC Area: Perth.

 


Details

Public Rooms: 2Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 2Central Heating: Electric
Windows: Double GlazedGarage:
Garden: PrivateEPC: F
Council Tax Band: GMcCash and Hunter Reference:
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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

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