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The TWEED2 is a splendid, and very popular, 4 bedroom detached villa comprising of single integral garage, entrance vestibule with storage and downstairs WC, deep hallway offering a spacious lounge with separate kitchen and adjoining dining/family area. The upper landing hosts double door storage, bedroom 1 with en-suite facilities and built in wardrobe. The upper level also has the main bathroom, bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 with bedroom 2 also containing a built in wardrobe. This home is excellently planned for young or established families and offers eloquence and style.
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This superb new development from Ogilvie Homes is located just 5 minutes from Crieff town centre and offers a selection of two, three, four & five bedroom detached and semi-detached homes.
Drovers Gate consists of a mix of new house styles and by popular demand, we also have some of our previous house types with slight alterations to complement the new styles.
These spacious properties include a fitted kitchen with a splashback to cooker hob and chimney hood, integrated fridge/freezer (to selected plots), sizeable bedrooms with en-suite to main bedroom and plenty of storage throughout.
Crieff is a delightful bustling market town set amidst the beautiful surroundings of Perthshire, a town supportive of local family businesses including clothing, gifts, crafts, food and drink. The town also has a reputation for fine dining with a choice of some amazing cafés, coffee shops and restaurants.
As a popular tourist area, Crieff has many local attractions such as the Caithness Glass visitor centre, the Famous Grouse whiskey experience and Crieff Hydro.
Crieff is a lively country town surrounded by the beautiful Perthshire scenery positioned where the lowland landscape meets the highland terrain.
This historic town developed into the main cattle trading centre in Scotland during the 16th to 18th centuries. Drovers would gather at the livestock market with up to 30,000 cattle.
This thriving market town supports an array of local family businesses and has built a reputation for fine dining. With a selection of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and casual dining establishments, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Of course, there is also a collection of clothes, gifts and arty shops along with the usual amenities.
Crieff lies just 35 minutes west of the city of Perth, the gateway to the Highlands.
How to get there
From Perth: Take the A85 Dundee road merging into the M90 via the slip road; at junction 10 exit onto the A9 merging into M90; at roundabout take 1st exit; then turn right onto Roman Road; turn left; turn right; turn left onto B8062 destination on right.
From Stirling: Head toward M9; at roundabout take 1st exit onto A9/Perth; merge onto M9; at roundabout take 2nd exit heading to Doune; take A822 exit towards Greenloaning; continue on A822; turn right onto B8062/Broich Road; destination on left.
From Edinburgh: Head towards A90/Queensferry Road; merge onto M90; at junction 6 take A922 towards Kinross; at junction take 1st exit onto A977; turn right then left onto A91; make U-turn onto A823; at roundabout take 2nd exit; turn right onto A822; then right onto B8062/Broich Road; destination on left.
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