£450,000 Offers over
Corshill is originally a blacksmiths cottage dating back to 1810 offering comfortable accommodation over two levels. The house is approached by a private drive, which leads to a large parking area to the front of the property. The property benefits from a lovely aspect overlooking the surrounding countryside with wonderful views of Ben Ledi and the Trossachs beyond and although the property is in a rural setting, it is extremely accessible.
The house is entered by the main door via the porch, leading through to a welcoming reception hallway with access to a WC/cloakroom. Positioned on the west wing, is a bright, airy sun room with dual aspect windows overlooking the mature gardens and a comfortable/cozy family room with log burner providing the home with additional warmth and retaining the traditional character of this lovely home. Leading out from the hall is a country style french oak dining kitchen with new range cooker and a good range of wall and base units. The kitchen also has double doors out to the garden which has a dining terrace. Off the kitchen is a good quality utility room which leads through to the east wing of the home. From here a wonderful open plan lounge/dining area can be located. The size of this room in unbelievable offering excellent space for social gatherings. A further log burner has also been installed in the lounge area. The dining area is elevated and also offers access to the gardens and an additional patio area. An additional exit point can be located off the lounge leading you back to the front of the cottage.
All the bedrooms are bright and neutrally decorated and the master suite is accessed via its own staircase. With bathrooms for each bedroom, the property offers huge flexibility. Each bedroom is double in size, three bedrooms located in the upper level and one in the lower section of the east wing. Access to the upper level is via two separate staircases.
With astrangal windows and timber doors throughout, the property has a huge wealth of character but is complimented with a modern twist throughout.
Due to the enormous flexibility, this home can be sold as a residential family home,a self catering holiday business and the vendor is happy to consider selling the 2 cottages separately to the main residence. As the cottage has been carefully extended, t he home can sleep up to 11 people offering a fantastic income. Average earnings from the business have been circa 36k. More information on the income can be provided on request
THE SMIDDY AND THE STABLES - Can be purchased separately or collectively.
A barn conversion has been created offering two letting cottages at the entrance to Corshill. They each consist of a living room, kitchenette, shower/bathroom, a mezzanine bedroom and a sun porch. Both cottages can sleep up to four guests. If you are looking to purchase as a business, collectively, Corshill can sleep up to 19 guests.
The local village of Thornhill is 1 mile away and has a Church, shop, pub, Community Hall and a branch of the Doune health centre. Thornhill Primary School is within the catchment area for McLaren High School in Callander (7miles away, transport provided). Stirling University is 10 miles away. It is a national centre for various sports. There are a number of private day schools within 30 miles many of which have transport arrangements from areas around Stirling.
The city of Stirling has grown over recent years and now has a good range of shops, cafÃ©s, restaurants, pubs and high street shopping, together with superstores on the edge of town. Stirling has a number of thriving sports clubs with 'The Peak' offering an extensive variety of sporting facilities. Stirling is the historic heart of Scotland, with Stirling Castle, Bannockburn and the Wallace Monument just a few of the many sites to visit in the local area. The castle was the seat of the kings of Scotland in the Middle Ages. Gleneagles Hotel with its leisure club and golf courses is only 20 miles away.
Junction 10 on M9 gives access by motorway or dual carriageway to Edinburgh (M9), Glasgow (M80) and Perth (A9). Stirling station has direct services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and London. The bus service through Thornhill links Aberfoyle to the West and Stirling to the East.
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Sunroom: 4.99m x 3.01m
Family room: 5.26m x 4.49m
Entrance Hallway: 4.86m x 2.16m
Cloakroom/WC: 2.68m x 1.61m
Entrance Porch: 1.36m x 1.28m
Kitchen/Diner: 4.86m x 3.47m
Utility Room: 2.47m x 2.20m
Bedroom 1 (downstairs): 5.31m x 3.13m
Ensuite: 1.97m x 1.56m
Lounge/Diner: 8.70m x 5.84m
Bedroom 2: 6.08m x 3.20m
Ensuite: 1.99m x 1.50m
Upper Hallway: 4.57m x 1.83m
Bedroom 3: 3.79m x 3.20m
Ensuite: 2.06m x 1.71m
Bedroom 4: 4.56m x 3.40m
Bathroom: 3.67m x 3.37m
Upper Hallway: 3.08m x 2m
Sunroom: 2.94m x 1.69m
Lounge/Kitchen: 6.33m x 5.14m
Bathroom: 2m x 1.88m
Mezzanine Bedroom: 3.24m x 2.99m
Lounge/Kitchen: 6.92m x 4.60m
Sunroom: 2.96m x 1.96m
Bathroom: 1.98m x 1.79m
Mezzanine Bedroom: 3.65m x 3.13m
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