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£460,000 Guide Price

Mayfield, Forgandenny, Perth and Kinross - South, PH2 9EQ

5 bedroom detached house for sale

 
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28 July 2017 £475,000 N/A

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Property Details

DESCRIPTION
Mayfield is set within the picturesque and charming conservation village of Forgandenny. Mayfield was originally "The Old Coach House" and in recent years has been lovingly restored and extended to provide both a modern and traditional atmosphere which can be felt throughout the property.

ACCOMMODATION
From the west entrance, a wrought iron gate leads into the garden and the property is entered through double doors that lead into the award-winning two storey extension by McKenzie Strickland, Architects. This is a fabulous Garden Room/Sitting Room.

GARDEN ROOM/SITTING ROOM 6.39m X 6.12m
The Garden Room was added in 2014 and was designed by McKenzie Strickland, Architects who went on to win an award for their design. The South facing wall has 2 double full glass patio doors with pyramid style windows above, flooding the room with natural light and looking out across the garden. The room offers ample book storage and hidden under stair storage which runs the width of the room. This room has an engineered oak floor and a wood burning stove.

A staircase leads up to a mezzanine level which is currently used as an OFFICE &STUDIO 7.52m x 3.10m but could easily be used as an additional bedroom.

DINING ROOM (S &N) 5.65m x 4.19m
Original wooden flooring, log burner set with an open fire with wooden surround and slate hearth, storage cupboard, large sash and case windows with original restored fully working shutters.

RECEPTION HALLWAY (N, SE, W) 6.79m x 2.28M
With 12 pane sash and case window with original restored fully working shutters with storage underneath and lovely Georgian staircase to the first floor.

LOUNGE (S) 5.40m x 4.67m
Fully carpeted with open fire set in white marble fire surround and lovely south facing bay window looking out over the garden

VESTIBULE &FRONT DOOR (W) 1.81m x 1.09m
Leading out into the front garden.

KITCHEN (S &N)
Large sash and case windows with original restored fully working shutters, wooden flooring. The decorative wooden panelling to dado level along with moveable Habitat kitchen units and oil fired Aga is the heart of this home providing a warm, welcoming country feel. There is also a large larder providing that all important additional storage. From the north end of the kitchen is a door leading to:

REAR HALLWAY (N) 5.00m x 1.23m
With doors leading off to:

BATHROOM (S) 4.30m x 3.04m
Large sash and case window with original restored fully working shutters with recessed shelving. Original wooden flooring, WC, wash hand basin, cast iron pedestal bath with shower head, heated towel rail, Villeroy &Boch tiles on 2 walls to dado level. 3 metre long storage cupboard.

LAUNDRY ROOM (N) 3.25m x 5.70m
Currently used as a laundry room, this would have been the original kitchen for the Coach House where you can still see original shelving and hooks above the fire place where they would hang meat. Large sash and case window with original restored fully working shutters. Large log burner.

UTILITY ROOM (S) 2.60m x 1.65m
With original stone flag flooring, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, storage shelving, sink unit again offering additional storage, doors leading to the original Larder with stone shelving and the Back Door.

A lovely carpeted Georgian stair case with shallow risers leads up to the First Floor with a wide spacious central UPPER LANDING with doors off to:

MASTER BEDROOM (S) 4.10m x 4.70m
With a lovely south facing Bay window with original restored fully working shutters, fully carpeted

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM (E) 2.20m x 1.60m
With shower, wash hand basin and WC.

WALK IN LINEN CUPBOARD 2.26m x 1.44m

DOUBLE BEDROOM 2 (N&S) 5.65m x 4.10m

DOUBLE BEDROOM 3 (S) 3.96m x 4.15m
With fireplace and wooden fire surround.

SHOWER ROOM (S) 2.66m x 2.16m
With modern double glazed window. Fired Earth tiles around the shower unit, WC, wash hand basin and bidet.

STORAGE CUPBOARD

DOUBLE BEDROOM 4 (S) 4.35m x 4.70m
Fully carpeted, modern double glazed window and with storage cupboard.

GARDEN
This is an outstanding feature of this lovely property. The garden has been lovingly tended over many years by the present owners. There is a substantial fish pond with built-in pumped circulation system. A barbecue area has been skilfully created with a curved drystone dyke and paved area. A cypress hedge separates the formal garden from the vegetable garden and this hedge also gives shelter to the vegetable garden. There is a GREENHOUSE with a mature grape vine. There are a number of RAISED BEDS with protective netting ready for fruit or vegetables. There is also a custom built fruit enclosure.

There is a substantial POLYTUNNEL complete with an irrigation system that has been used for many years to successfully produce a variety of vegetable crops and herbs.

DOUBLE GARAGE
Constructed of brick walls with a mono pitched metal profile sheet roof and with a steel up &over door. There is a spacious gravelled parking area between the house and the garage. This area is accessed by the east entrance gate leading from the public road.

OUTBUILDINGS
Attached to the greenhouse there is a range of stone built outbuildings with a new metal profile sheet roof and these include various stores and a log and coal store.

SERVICES
Mains Electricity (3 phase in part), Mains Water and Mains Drainage. Oil fired Aga which supplements the hot water.

COUNCIL TAX
Mayfield falls within Council Tax Band G

LOCATION
Forgandenny is a small village in Perth and Kinross, located 6 miles south of Perth. Perth is a 20-minute bus ride from Forgandenny, and there is a regular Stagecoach service. Forgandenny is about 40 miles from Edinburgh and 55 miles from Glasgow. There is a daily train service from Perth to London Kings Cross and frequent daily services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen &Inverness.

Forgandenny has its own church, primary school, village hall and village shop and Post Office. Its countryside location is ideal for walking and cycling. The village of Bridge of Earn is around 2 miles away and has local amenities including convenience store, bakery, restaurant and pub.

The city of Perth offers an excellent range of shops, supermarkets and professional services, and is in a prime location with motorway and dual carriageway connections to all the major cities of central Scotland.

Local schooling is also available at Dunbarney Primary School in Bridge of Earn and Mayfield is just a short walk away from the well known Strathallan School, one of Scotland's best private schools. Secondary schooling is available in Perth, and the area is well served by other private schools including Kilgraston at Bridge of Earn and Craigclowan on the southern edge of Perth. Morrison's Academy at Crieff is only 30 minutes away as is Glenalmond.

There are numerous golf courses including Craigie in Perth and Murrayshall at Scone as well as the world famous course at Gleneagles, 14 miles away. Perthshire is renowned for its field sports. The Rivers Tay and Earn provide salmon fishing and at Kinross there is Loch Leven with well known quality brown trout fishing. Pheasant shooting can be rented locally on nearby estates. The Ochil Hills are a popular destination for hill walkers and mountain bikers. Perth is a gateway to the Highlands with many opportunities for hill walking and skiing at both Glenshee and Aviemore.

DIRECTIONS
Travelling through Bridge of Earn from Perth, take the turning on the right immediately after Dunbarney Primary School signposted Forgandenny. Travel on the B935 for approximately 2 miles before arriving in the village of Forgandenny. Mayfield is on the left-hand side situated next to the Village Hall and just before Station Road.

VIEWING
This is strictly by prior appointment only, by contacting the sole selling agents Ballantynes Perth office - Tel No: 01738 441825.





This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.

 

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  • Property added on 5 April 2017
  • Property sold (STCM) on 15 August 2017
  • Property Under Offer on 21 April 2017
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