£449,950 Offers over
West Nether Benchil Farmhouse is perfectly located in a stunning rural location between the lovely villages of Luncarty and Stanley. The location is a sought-after area of Perthshire, which is called the fair city, offering easy and close access to Perth and it's many amenities as well as it's effortless commuter links to Edinburgh, Inverness, Dundee and Glasgow.
With a history dating back to 1650, the predominantly Georgian Farmhouse has been beautifully and extensively renovated over the last 14 years to a superb high standard which has modernised the interior yet has simultaneously preserved the period characteristics. With immaculate stone and timber features throughout the property, from exposed beams to open fireplaces, and the beautiful archways and high ceilings it all adds up to create a most luxurious style and feel.
West Nether Benchil Farmhouse has 3 bedrooms and offers the choice of an additional bedroom downstairs. There are two en-suite bathrooms upstairs and a cloakroom down stairs next to a good sized utility room. The Classic country kitchen leads into the bright garden room and the spacious dining room is linked via an archway to the sitting room. The property's interior is very spacious, and has an open and grand feel to it in keeping with it's history.
The property sits on 1.4 acres of land which also includes a private driveway lined with silver birch, a large garden with two timber decked areas and two paved patios. There's also plenty of grassed areas which could be used as paddocks and separate renovated out buildings which currently houses a garage, workshop and a pub! The out buildings have a stylish renovated barn look and create a fantastic and extremely versatile, business opportunity attached to the property and already have gained planning permission to be converted into two new houses with detached garages.
Lounge - 5.84 x 4.52 (19'1 x 14'9 ) - The immaculate sitting room offers plenty of stunning features. The open fire is housed by a magnificent stone chimney breast and is the focal point in the room. It also leads the eye up to the dramatic vaulted ceiling with its' beautiful exposed beams. The polished wooden flooring reflects the light back into the room from the two large double windows, one of which allows access to the natural stone patio, and the floors' rich colouring lends itself to a cosy atmosphere.
Dining Room - 5.26 x 4.01 (17'3 x 13'1 ) - The very spacious dining room offers a beautifully dressed window with views into the garden, perfect for dinner parties! The large period styled archway provides access into the sitting room and enjoys the same polished wooden flooring.
Kitchen - 4.44 x 4.17 (14'6 x 13'8 ) - A large country-cottage style kitchen with traditional cabinets and beautiful stone flooring which flows through into the Garden room. The kitchen includes a Belfast sink, a Stanley range cooker with twin ovens and hot plates and a wine cooler, which are both recessed into the original fireplace opening and surrounded by a classic, cream overmantle. There is also enough floor space for a dining table.
Garden Room - 4.65 x 4.11 (15'3 x 13'5 ) - Constructed by Mozolowski and Murray, the garden room is a beautiful addition to the property. The original external stone wall has been maintained and the stone tiled floor, which has been continued from the kitchen, provides extra warmth with underfloor heating. The pitched roof is partly glazed which floods the room with an abundance of natural light and the mahogany wood and panelling add a touch of class.
Family Room/ Bedroom 4 - 5.33 x 4.29 (17'5 x 14'0 ) - This versatile family room is currently being used as a library with bespoke book shelving. It can also be used as a fourth bedroom. The focal point of the room is the open fire place surrounded by an elegant marble mantelpiece. The deep set windows are south and west facing ensuring a bright and airy feel.
Master Bedroom - 5.38 x 4.34 (17'7 x 14'2 ) - The generous master bedroom has an open feel to it with an abundance of space and also boasts a large en-suite. The recessed windows are south and west facing allowing for plenty of natural light and the elegant decor combined with the light oak wooden flooring adds to the restful ambience of the room.
Master En Suite - The sizeable master en-suite can double as a dressing room by virtue of a double wardrobe. The wooden floor flows through from the bedroom and the eye is drawn immediately to the centre piece of the room which is a roll top bath with clawed feet. There is also a fully tiled shower and an elegant free standing sink.
Bedroom 2 with Ensuite - 4.11 x 4.06 (13'5 x 13'3 ) - The simple yet elegant second double bedroom is bright and airy and also offers an en-suite which includes a double shower, toilet and sink.
Bedroom 3 - 2.54 x 2.36 (8'3 x 7'8 ) - A versatile single bedroom which could also be used as an office.
Utility Room - 4.65 x 2.18 (15'3 x 7'1 ) - A fantastic utility room with plenty of space for laundry facilities. Includes a large Belfast sink, extra storage with wall cabinets and space for under counter fridges/freezers. The dark tiled floor is easy to maintain and the two large windows allow for efficient ventilation.
Steading / Outbuildings - The out buildings are well maintained and have huge potential. They are currently used as a workshop, garages, games room and a pub! The exterior stonework matches the farmhouse's and the panelled french doors add an elegant rustic style. The buildings surround a courtyard and also offer a decked sitting area.
Pub / Games room - A fully functioning pub and games room is housed within the out buildings and provides it's own entrance. The interior walls are the natural stonework of the building and the exposed wooden beams all add to the charm of this unique room. The fireplace encourages a warm and cosy feel to the pub ensuring its a welcoming place to enjoy.
Garden - The grounds and garden are enclosed. The farmhouse garden offers an enormous grassed area as well as decked seating areas and patio areas too. The garden also is home to a pond and has easy to maintain planted areas.
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