£240,000 Offers over
A rare opportunity to purchase this DETACHED TRADITIONAL TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE situated within extensive and beautifully manicured garden grounds on the fringe of the village of Killin. The village is situated at the Western head of Loch Tay and the west end of the village is magnificently sited at the Scenic Falls of Dochart with the main street leading down towards the Loch at the confluence of the Rivers Dochart and Lochay. The falls are crossed by a narrow multi arched stone bridge carrying the main A827 road into Killin. Burnbank is situated at the far end of the village in a prime location to the left hand side and affords beautiful views over the Meall nan Tarmachan. Within the village there are an array and shops, eateries and local amenities together with a primary school. EPC Rating F
The property is in excess of 200 years old and was extended within the 1980 s to provide what is now the kitchen, inner hall, bathroom and utility porch. The well-proportioned accommodation comprises entrance porch, spacious lounge and open plan dining room, breakfasting kitchen, bathroom, utility porch, two double bedrooms and W.C. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing.
The property is situated within beautifully manicured established garden grounds which are enclosed and are predominantly laid to lawn with planted borders providing an array of colour and aromas during the spring and summer months.
The garden has been skillfully landscaped to include two bridges which run over the burn to the front of the property, two ponds and attractive raised plant beds which have been formed in the shape of a boat.
To the rear of the property there are two outbuildings, one of which is currently utilised as a garage and the other one a stone building used as a store.
The outbuildings may be suitable for conversation subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents and approvals.
Within the garden grounds there is also a double car port and driveway providing off street parking for a number of cars.
The current owner has occupied the property for in excess of 60 years and the property is therefore rare to the market and has been very well admired by locals, dog walkers and visitors alike. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Entrance Porch - 2.26m x 1.65m (7'5 x 5'5 )
Lounge/Dining Room - 8.74m x 3.99m (28'8 x 13'1 )
Breakfasting Kitchen - 3.40m x 2.87m (11'2 x 9'5 )
Rear Hall - 1.07m x 0.64m (3'6 x 2'1 )
Bathroom - 2.31m x 1.83m'3.05m (7'7 x 6''10 )
Utility Room - 2.90m x 1.55m (9'6 x 5'1 )
Landing - 2.79m x 1.88m (9'2 x 6'2 )
Master Bedroom - 4.29m x 3.89m (14'1 x 12'9 )
Bedroom 2 - 3.40m x 3.38m (11'2 x 11'1 )
W.C. - 1.27m x 1.83m (4'2 x 6'13 )
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