£270,000 Offers over
We are delighted to bring to the market this charming SEMI-DETACHED VICTORIAN VILLA situated within the picturesque conservation hamlet of Grandtully, north east of the town of Aberfeldy. Grandtully sits on the banks of the River Tay where you can take the opportunity to ride the white water rapids with several local outdoor activity companies. There is also an abundance of walks and wildlife within the area. The Highland Chocolatier will tempt you with his mouth watering and award winning velvet truffles together with a well stocked gift shop and Legends coffee house. The Inn on the Tay with restaurant, village hall and bowling club are all situated within the hamlet whilst in the sister village of Strathtay there is a village shop and post office together with a golf course. The market town of Aberfeldy is located nearby where a further range of shops and amenities together with the Breadalbane Community Campus with library, gym and swimming pool. Pitlochry lies approximately 10 miles away and is home to the famous Festival Theatre and has the benefit of a main line railway station on the Inverness to London trunk route with sleeper service.
The property offers versatile and well proportioned accommodation over 3 floors comprising, entrance vestibule, reception hall, W.C., dining room, kitchen, utility, sitting room, 4 double bedrooms (the master with en-suite shower room), games room/bedroom 5, 2 family bathrooms and separate shower room. The property retains many charming characteristics for a property of its age including deep skirtings, high ceilings with cornicing, sash and case windows and attractive moulded balustrade.
The property would not only make an exceptional residential home it would also appeal to those who are looking for a bed and breakfast or holiday let investment. The property may also be suitable on the ground floor level for partial commercial use subject to obtaining the usual planning consents from Perth and Kinross Council. EPC Rating
Entrance Vestibule - 2.39m x 2.01m (7'10 x 6'7 )
Reception Hall - 4.14m x 2.39m (13'7 x 7'10 )
W.C. - 1.60m x 0.99m (5'3 x 3'3 )
Dining Room - 5.08m x 4.19m (16'8 x 13'9 )
Kitchen - 3.51m x 3.23m (11'6 x 10'7 )
Utility Room - 3.28m x 1.83m (10'9 x 6')
First Floor Landing - 3.27 x 2.34 (10'8 x 7'8 )
Bedroom One - 4.27m 1.83m x 4.29m (14' 6 x 14'1 )
En-suite Shower Room - 2.39mx 1.30m (7'10 x 4'3 )
Bathroom - 3.12m x 3.02m (10'3 x 9'11 )
Bedroom 2 - 5.51m x 3.10m (18'1 x 10'2 )
Shower Room - 1.83m x 1.65m (6' x 5'5 )
Sitting Room - 5.51m x 4.29m (18'1 x 14'1 )
2nd Floor Landing - 3.48m x 1.55m (11'5 x 5'1 )
Bedroom Three - 5.99m x 5.00m (19'8 x 16'5 )
Bedroom Four - 4.98m x 3.56m (16'4 x 11'8 )
Games Room/Bedroom 5 - 5.56m x 5.13m (18'3 x 16'10 )
Shower Room - 2.39m x 2.18m (7'10 x 7'2 )
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