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Pitillie View is a development of 4 traditionally-styled, detached houses being built to a high specification by JDMI. The houses have been designed by Allison Architecture, and will be constructed with a mixture of natural whin stone and cream wet dash render elevations beneath a natural slate roof. The external woodwork for the doors, windows and fascias will be painted.
The layout of each property has been carefully considered and on the ground floor, the reception rooms are predominately open plan with a good number of windows and French doors to bring in excellent levels of natural light as well as providing access into the garden and to make the most of the superb views across the countryside. On the first floor, there are 4 bedrooms (2 with en suite facilities) and a family bathroom.
Depending on build stage, the developer may be able offer a bespoke service where the purchaser can choose their own interior specification.
- Mains electricity and water
- Private rainwater soakaway system
- Private drainage leading to common underground
Biodisc treatment system
- Private air source heating system and pump to
central heating and hot water services
- Solid oak flooring
- Flag stone/Travertine stone
- Solid oak finished staircase
- Hardwood casement windows, double glazing
- Bi-folding doors to patios and balconies
- Solid oak external doors
- Hardwood internal doors
- Contemporary chrome satin finish ironmongery
- Built-in sliding wardrobes in bedrooms
- Contemporary bathroom/shower suite and
sanitary ware throughout
- Walk-in shower enclosures
- Under floor heating system
- Heated de-misting mirrors
- Contemporary kitchen with bespoke design
- Oak veneer cabinets
- Iroko solid wood and Corian worktops
- American-style fridge/freezer
- Integrated double oven and cooking
- Induction hob
- Integrated microwave/oven
- Integrated dishwasher
- Utility -fully serviced with sink/laundry facilities
- Media and sound system ready
- Cat6 cabling for media outlets throughout
including SKY+ cabling ready
- Sensory lighting
- External lighting in balconies, patios and porch
- Provision for remote lighting and appliance
- Central wet underfloor heating system throughout
ground floor with individual room programmers
and thermostats; and facility to be remotely
controlled, with contemporary radiators
throughout rooms on first floor
- Valliant 35kw heating boiler and main pressure
hot water system
Please note that JDMI reserve the right to change the specification of individual properties without prior notice but will use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that any changed specification will be of an equal or higher standard.
Each property will have its own private garden and a good-sized parking area and driveway.
Craigellachie (House 1) FIXED PRICE £595,000
Deveron (House 2) FIXED PRICE £575,000
Dewar (House 3) FIXED PRICE £625,000
Aultmore (House 4) FIXED PRICE £625,000
Completion of all 4 houses is around April 2016.
Pitilie View occupies a spectacular, elevated position about 1.5 miles south of Aberfeldy. The centre of the market town caters for every day requirements such as a butchers, delicatessen, bakery, clothing, gift and antique shops, professional services, vet, dentist, medical facilities and cottage hospital. In the heart of the town, housed in a converted oatmeal mill, is The Watermill, a unique combination of award-winning bookshop, gallery, cafè and design-led homewares. The Birks is a state-of-the-art cinema with a programme mix of new releases and old classics. Nearby Pitlochry provides a range of amenities including the renowned Festival Theatre.
For education, Breadalbane Academy in Aberfeldy provides nursery, primary and secondary schooling. The Breadalbane Community Campus is a thriving sports and leisure complex with tennis courts, swimming pool, gymnasium, glass backed squash courts, dance studio and climbing wall, along with a well-stocked library. Pitilie View is also well placed for some of Scotland's well known independent schools including Glenalmond College, Morrison's Academy and Ardvreck School.
The properties are ideally placed for easy access north and south via the A9 (10 miles). There is a train station at Pitlochry (14.5 miles) which has services to Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London (including the sleeper). Dundee Airport has scheduled flights to London Stansted whilst Edinburgh and Glasgow have services to UK, European and international destinations.
Pitilie View is perfectly located for those who enjoy recreational activities. The Birks of Aberfeldy of Burns' poetry fame is a wooded gorge, which provides scenic walks up to the Falls of Moness, where you will discover spectacular views. Perthshire is famous for its field sports with red deer stalking and grouse shooting available to let from nearby estates. The River Tay, Scotland's longest river, runs through Aberfeldy and is considered to be of the 'Big Four' salmon rivers in Scotland, making it one of the most famous salmon fisheries in the world. For golfers, there are several courses in the area including Aberfeldy, Kenmore and Pitlochry and the venue of the 2014 Ryder Cup, Gleneagles, is 32 miles away. The mountains of Glen Lyon, which is the longest enclosed glen in Scotland, Ben Lawers and Schiehallion are popular with walkers, while water sports are available on Loch Tay, which stretches 15 miles Killin to Kenmore.
For Pitillie, follow the A9 and the A827 to
Aberfeldy. In the centre of the town, turn left
on to the A826 signposted Crieff. Continue on
this road for around 1.2 miles and Pitillie will be
ahead on the left.
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