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***** CLOSING DATE FRIDAY 7TH APRIL 12 NOON *****
SMITHY COTTAGE TRINITY GASK IS HAVING A CLOSING DATE ON FRIDAY 7TH APRIL AT 12 NOON AND ALL INTERESTED PARTIES ARE INVITED TO SUBMIT THEIR BEST AND FINAL OFFER ON OR BEFORE THIS TIME. ANY OFFERS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DATE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. PLEASE NOTE THAT OFFERS CAN BE SUBMITTED VERBALLY OR IN WRITING.
Perthshire is renowned for its picturesque landscape and offers numerous opportunities for pursuit enthusiasts including walking, climbing and mountain biking. Shooting, fishing, golfing, tennis, horse riding and stalking can all be enjoyed nearby. The town of Auchterarder lies 5 miles distant and north of the Ochil Hills amidst rolling Perthshire countryside with a good range of independent retailers along with numerous restaurants, schooling, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices.The town is also well known as a golfing centre with it's own local Golf Club and Jack Nicklaus designed PGA Academy world-renowned course at Gleneagles, hosting The Ryder Cup 2014.
The City of Perth can be accessed in approximately 15-20 minutes by car and offers a wide range of local and national retailers along with extensive leisure facilities, an art gallery, cinema and theatre. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be accessed in just over an hour by car and offer a range of big city amenities along with international airports.
A quintessentially Scottish country cottage situated close to Auchterarder in an attractive rural setting, Smithy cottage has an enviable position located in the parish of Trinity Gask which has its own church dating back to 1770. This stone cottage has enormous scope for renovation and redevelopment and benefits from southerly country views across beautiful open countryside. The property, well set within its own garden grounds has the added benefit of a barn with planning permission already in place (subject to minor alterations). Please note that there is also an option for the purchase of additional land by separate negotiation.
Entrance Hall - 1.40 x 1.58 (4'7 x 5'2 ) - Traditional front door, double glazed window and double doors leading to the hall.
Hall - 2.83 x 0.98 &3.53 x 0.95 (9'3 x 3'2 &11'6 x 3 - An L-shaped hall with doors to all rooms and stairs leading to the first floor.
Reception 1 - 4.91 x 3.72 (16'1 x 12'2 ) - A light and pleasing room with a double aspect, wooden floor and fireplace with traditional wooden mantle piece and brick hearth.
Bathroom - 3.36 x 1.52 (extending to 2.44) (11'0 x 4'11 (ex - An L shaped bathroom with sash window and a white suite comprising of a low level WC, hand wash basin and wiring for an electric shower, fitted wet wall &disabled access, screens and hand rails.
Reception 2 - 5.15 x 2.99 (16'10 x 9'9 ) - Front aspect with a tiled hearth and slip with wooden mantle piece and cast iron wood burning stove. Pine door to reception three.
Reception 3 - 4.02 x 2.71 (13'2 x 8'10 ) - Double aspect with doors leading out into the garden and to the kitchen.
Kitchen - 3.36 x 2.46 (11'0 x 8'0 ) - With a view out over the garden the kitchen has a range of floor and wall units with single stainless steel sink and a mixer tap. Freestanding oven with extractor fan over and a door to the sun room.
Sun room - 1.86 x 1.53 (6'1 x 5'0 ) - Sun room with windows on three sides and a door leading outside to the patio area.
Bedroom One - 3.38 x 3.36 (11'1 x 11'0 ) - With a double aspect this room is light and bright. combed ceilings.
Bedroom Two - 3.35 x 3.39 (10'11 x 11'1 ) - With a front aspect and built in wardrobes. Combed ceilings.
Annex - 14.03 x 5.20 (46'0 x 17'0 ) - A large stone built annex with slated roof and up and over garage door. Attached to the side of the house this annex has scope for renovation and development into a fantastic family space (subject to the necessary planning permissions and application). Previously used for garaging and storage and currently housing the central heating boiler.
Garden - The garden to the rear remains is mainly laid to lawn with of trees, shrubs and bulbs to the edges. The rear boundary is fenced but the current owner is willing to consider extending the garden by separate negotiation. Please note that there is also scope for further purchase of paddock land to the front and rear of the property.
Barn - A stone outbuilding with tiled roof having outline planning permission to convert into a two bedroom holiday cottage, pending amendments to the original planning consent.
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