£435,000 Fixed Price
Now Available to Buy Off Plan
Part of the historic Gartur Estate, Gartur Cottage will be a fully restored cottage forming part of the stable quadrangle, and was originally two separate 19th century workers' cottages. The attractive sand and whinstone exterior will lead to a luxurious and contemporary interior. The ground floor accommodation will comprise a generously sized open plan kitchen, dining and living space; a master bedroom with en suite shower room; separate shower room and utility room. The upper floor will house two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The cottage will benefit from an integral garage and generous private gardens to the rear (accessed by stone steps).
Underfloor heating to ground floor; engineered oak flooring; 'Hacker' German kitchen with Neff appliances and Silestone worktop; porcelain tiling to utility room; bath & shower rooms; luxury fixtures and fittings from a selection including 'Crosswater', 'Vitra' and 'Grohe'; walk-in showers; feature oak stair case; handmade timber framed double glazed windows; gas central heating; security alarm. For examples of Juniper Projects' previous outstanding conversions go to www.juniperprojects.co.uk
This unique restoration project in the heart of Central Scotland provides an incredible opportunity to own a stylish, modern home in a brand new rural community of only 9 homes, 4 of which are already reserved.
Set in secluded parkland, the Gartur Estate dates back to the 18th Century when the original Laird's house was built. The development includes four homes in Gartur House, the mansion which gives the estate its name, plus five more homes in the surrounding stables, outbuildings and cottages. Situated less than two miles from Stirling and within easy commuting distance of Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow, the area enjoys spectacular panoramic views of the nearby Trossachs mountain range.
Gartur House fell into disrepair in the 1990's and is on the Historic Environment Scotland 'Buildings at Risk' register. Now, in the process of being fully restored and modernised, the house and surrounding buildings offer the perfect combination of the old and new, while providing a rural lifestyle within easy reach of major cities and transport links. Each property will make a fantastic home for families or those looking for a spectacular countryside retreat.
GIA 170 sq. m.
Entrance hall - 4.6 x 4.5 at widest
Downstairs shower room - 1.8 x 2.1
Master bedroom 1 - 3.8 x 4.5
En-suite - 2.3 x 1.5
Lounge dining kitchen - 13 x 4.5 at widest
Upstairs Bedroom 2 - 4.5 x 2.9
Upstairs bedroom 3 - 4.5 x 2.9
Bathroom - 2.6 x 1.9
Utility room - 2.5 x 3.2
Garage - 6 x 3.4
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