1 Kirk Lodge, Kinnaird, Pitlochry, PH16 5JL

Guide price £275000 (Under Offer)


New to the market this beautifully presented, end terraced villa benefits from panoramic views close to the popular town of Pitlochry. This immaculate property will no doubt prove popular given its charming presentation, stunning location and further potential. Early viewing recommended.


Surrounded by some of Perthshire's finest scenery this beautifully appointed End Terrace Villa enjoys a superb elevated location with splendid panoramic views close to the popular Victorian town of Pitlochry. This renowned and thriving tourist destination enjoys woodland walks and outdoor pursuits and a variety of local amenities including a recreational centre, supermarkets, shops, banks, and doctors’ surgery, pubs and restaurants and the prestigious Festival Theatre. The property is ideally placed for easy commuting with the main London/Inverness railway line in Pitlochry and the A9, a short drive away providing easy access to the ski slopes north, and south to Perth some 25 miles away and all major cities and airports in the central belt. 


This delightful property was built circa 1842 and was a free church for 10 years in its day, later converted into three properties, this one enjoys the most superb elevated views and an exceptionally generous secluded rear garden and also includes the former coach house attached to the rear of the property, offering potential for conversion subject to planning consent. 

This beautifully presented property is full of character and charm and been further enhanced by the current owner to include an additional bespoke office enjoying peaceful views and the most stylish double shower room with under floor heating.

Access is via a lovely deep-silled porch with glazed door to wide and welcoming reception hall with side window, tiled floor and splendid Charnwood multi-fuel wood burner making a lovely feature on a winter night.  There are coat hooks, feature lighting and a delightful pitched pine staircase with shelved press to side and a modern cloakroom with white suite and a circular wash hand basin with inset vanity unit, bevelled mirror and window to side.   

To the front is a most generous public room currently used as a dining room with a deep-silled bay window with fixed shutters overlooking the front garden, and a lovely focal point Victorian style cast iron fireplace with inset gas fire, tiled hearth and fender and shelved press to side.

Opposite is a lovely light breakfasting kitchen fitted with a bespoke range of solid oak wall and base units with contrasting worktops and breakfast bar, a tiled splashback and deep Belfast style composite sink with window overlooking the very pretty garden to side.  Appliances include a 4-ring gas hob with extractor above, a single oven with grill and oven beneath and space for a large upright fridge-freezer with extensive cupboards to the side and above, and a door to an outside porch with outdoor cupboards  and access to the Coach house.  This quirky kitchen also has an adjoining compact utility area with space to sit at the worktop with shelving beneath and space for an automatic washing.  

There is the most glamorous, contemporary shower room fitted with sparkle effect granite tiled flooring, double Corian inset wash hand basins with built in vanity units and separate illuminated mirrors, a double shower cubicle with mains shower and chrome heated towel rail with double opaque windows and feature panelled ceiling with ambient lighting.  

The stairs lead to a half landing with fixed library shelving and to the main landing with a lovely deep cilled picture window and stairs to a modern workstation with fixed shelving, enjoying splendid elevated views. 

To one side is a peaceful double bedroom overlooking the coach house with space for furniture and to the other, is a most wonderful snug with vaulted ceiling and a focal point fireplace with gas fire, space for furniture and more importantly the most wonderful elevated panoramic views making this a most peaceful room to relax in.  Adjacent is a delightful master bedroom with extensive fitted furniture including four sets of double wardrobes, two bedside cabinets, a blanket box with drawers and matching cushion to the charming window seat which enjoys equally peaceful views to front.  Calor Gas heating is installed all windows are double glazed and there is ample storage throughout. 


This ‘chocolate box’ property sits in the most thoughtfully planted and delightfully mature secluded garden grounds which provide year-round interest and colour.  The front garden is accessed via a gate with steps to a lawn with prettily planted herbaceous borders and copious amounts climbers including roses and hydrangea to the front and side and provides a perfect suntrap spot to relax and enjoy the open views.

A gravel path leads down the side of the property to the walled garden where there is a fixed log store, ample space for planted pots and tubs and access to the Coach house and two outdoor stores and rear door to the kitchen.  The lawn leads to a large completely screened garden with a beautifully established herbaceous border which has a lovely wood-fired hot tub tucked discreetly to the side, enjoying pleasant views and available by separate negotiation.

Beyond this is an established vegetable garden with copious amount of soft fruit bushes and orchard and greenhouse and seated area to rest on.  In addition is the most fabulous elevated deck with peaceful views, adorned with flowering clematis and honeysuckle and offering the most wonderful spot for al fresco’ dining and for relaxation.   

To the rear of the property is a shared driveway leading to private parking and to the garage, which was a former Coach house, offering the potential to extend or convert to separate annexe, subject to the relevant planning consent.    

This most charming and immaculately presented property is in move-in condition and enjoys a most peaceful setting with lovely views and will make an ideal home, first-time buy or buy-to-let opportunity and likely to appeal to a wide range of prospective purchasers.

 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 schedule and some items are available by separate negotiation.



VESTIBULE                                          7’4” x 6’8”                           2.24m x 2.03m approx.

RECEPTION HALL                              15’5” x 7’3”                        4.70m x 2.21m approx.

CLOAKROOM                                     5’3” x 2’8”                           1.60 x 0.81m approx.

DINING/LIVING ROOM                  14’2” x 12’6”                      4.32m x 3.81m approx.

L SHAPED KITCHEN                         17’ x 9’4” – 14’5” x 6’3”     5.18m x 2.84m – 4.39m x 1.91m approx.

SHOWER ROOM                               9’ x 7’5”                               2.74m x 2.26m approx.

SPLIT LANDING                                 5’3” x 3’2”                           1.60m x 0.97m approx.

UPPER LANDING                              5’5 x 5’                                  1.65m x 1.52m approx.

WORKSTATION                                 4’2” x 4’9”                           1.27m x 1.45m approx.

BEDROOM 2                                       15’2” x 10’8”                      4.62m x 3.25m approx.

FAMILY ROOM / SNUG                 14’2” x 12’6”                      4.32m x 3.81m approx.

MASTER                                               15’ x 9’                                  4.57m x 2.74m approx.

GARAGE                                              16’ x 14’3”                           4.88m x 4.34m approx.



Reference: HP631219

Postcode:  PH16 5JL


Take the A9 to Pitlochry. On entering Pitlochry continue onto Atholl Road passing Atholl Palace on the right and continue into the town. Just after The Fischers Hotel on your left take the next turning on the right following signs for Moulin onto West Moulin Road. Continue along West Moulin Road into Moulin passing the Moulin Hotel on the left, continue onto the A924. Number 1 is on the left-hand side clearly marked by our For-Sale sign.

Entry: By arrangement.

Council Tax: Band D.

EPC Rating:  Band F.


Public Rooms: 2Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1Central Heating: LPG
Windows: Double GlazedGarage:
Garden: PrivateEPC: F
Council Tax Band: DMcCash and Hunter Reference: CN-MP-1KIRK
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