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The Azure is a spacious four-bedroom detached home with an integral garage. The ground floor has a large separate lounge, a WC, and a utility area within the garage, as well as an open-plan kitchen and dining room with French doors leading out into the garden. Upstairs, you will find the master bedroom complete with en-suite and fitted wardrobes, as well as three further bedrooms and an ample family bathroom.
Stylish living in the Perthshire countryside Surrounded by gentle hills and fertile valley farmland not to mention the impeccably tended golfing greens of Gleneagles the town of Auchterarder is where the Perthshire landscape shows its pleasant, peaceful side. Nevertheless, dramatic Highland views and windswept crags are within easy reach, as are the vibrant, urban hubs of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Established as the seat of a hunting lodge for King Malcolm Ceannmor in the 11th century, Auchterarder is rich in history. Ancient mounds, ramparts and stone henges still serve as reminders of the area`s past. More recently, the thriving town`s mile-and-a-half long High Street has given rise to its affectionate nickname: The Lang Toon the long town.
A new development of award-winning homes In this attractive setting, we are presenting an exclusive development of 111 three, four and five-bedroom detached and semi-detached homes. This development offers the best of both worlds: a rural lifestyle with excellent commuting links. The nearby A9 gives easy access to Stirling and Perth, while the local Gleneagles train station provides connections to all of Scotland`s major cities.
Auchterarder`s High Street is home to traditional shops, cafes, greengrocers and butchers. The town`s excellent Community School caters for children of nursery, primary and secondary age, and further good schools are close by in Perth and Crieff. In addition to the world-renowned Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder has its own golf club, and the area lends itself excellently to outdoor pursuits like fishing, walking and cycling.
Generous specifications and trusted brands The Strathearn Gardens development consists of a selection of homes from our award-winning Boutique range. Built with minute attention to detail and the experience accumulated throughout the Robertson Group`s 50 years of house building, these homes have bright, spacious rooms in layouts that are practical and modern.The kitchens have fully integrated Siemens appliances, while bathrooms feature sleek sanitaryware by Villeroy and Boch, with full-height, chrome-edged Porcelanosa tiling. Luxurious taps and mixers from Hansgrohe are also included, as is their indulgent Raindance shower.
To add to your peace of mind, an alarm system, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and an 1800mm gated timber fence are fitted as standard. Internal doors and woodwork have a high-quality, contemporary ‘mist grey` finish.
These features all add up to create a stylish, warm and secure home in a truly welcoming environment.
Located off of Townhead, within the west end of village of Auchterarder, this development will have spectacular views over the surrounding countryside, preserving the rural nature of the site, with ready access onto the nearby A9 to both Stirling and Perth, with Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee beyond.
Our sales launch is planned for end 2013 / start 2014
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