Contemporary, family home with uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside
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Chiswick House is an impressive house which has been designed to maximise the stunning views across the valley.
Due to the local topography the ground floor has an elevated position above the integral garage and workshop. The house is finished with a mixture of render and timber clad exterior with full height picture windows.
The house, completed in 2013, has excellent levels of natural light and good-sized rooms that are situated around the central reception hall.
Whilst it is a large house extending to about 420 square metres (3,978 sqft), it has been cleverly designed to ensure that there is no wasted space. There is access from the dining kitchen onto the decked barbecue area and garden. The kitchen is well-proportioned with plenty of room for a large dining table and a sitting area to create a natural hub. There are two further reception rooms including a sitting room with a surround sound speaker system and a games room with bar. The latter can be used as a fifth bedroom, if required. The office sits in the centre of the house with picture windows overlooking the front of the house. It could easily be used as a formal dining room or play room, if preferred.
The principal bedroom lie on the first floor with a sumptuous master suite with its own balcony, en suite bathroom with separate shower and a bespoke dressing room. The guest bedroom has an en suite shower room and the two further bedrooms are both good-sized doubles with fitted wardrobes. They share the family bathroom.
EPC Band C.
This property has 0.44 acres of land.
Chiswick House sits in about 0.44 acres of immaculate gardens that are principally terraced lawns with some herbaceous borders. There is a decked barbecue area to the south of the house and accessed directly from the kitchen.
The garden is sheltered by mature trees from an adjacent woodland area. There is a generous parking area to the front of the garage doors with paved steps leading up to the front door.
There is additional ground available for let if required.
Location Chiswick House enjoys an elevated position above Glenfarg with wonderful views across the local countryside. It is located within a small hamlet of houses and despite enjoying a rural location, this house is very accessible. The villages of Glenfarg (about 4 miles), Abernethy (about 5 miles) and Bridge of Earn (about 6 miles) provide for daily requirements, having post offices, general stores, and primary schools. The Bein Inn and Crees Inn are two popular, traditional pubs within 5 miles of Chiswick House. Perth offers a comprehensive range of shops, supermarkets, galleries, cinemas and theatres, antique centres, communication links and professional services.
Alongside the primary schools within the area, there are several secondary schools in Perth, and Kinross High School is only 10 miles away. For private schools, Chiswick House has numerous to choose from including Craigclowan, Strathallan School, Kilgraston, St Leonards, Glenalmond College, and Dollar Academy, and there is a further selection of private schools in Edinburgh.
Chiswick House is ideally placed for access to Scotlands major towns and cities. The M90 provides fast access to Edinburgh, the A91 leads to St Andrews, Dundee and Dundee Airport, and the A912 to Perth. The Park & Ride runs from Kinross and Inverkeithing with frequent bus services into Edinburgh. Trains run regularly from Perth to Edinburgh, Aberdeen and London. Edinburgh International Airport is only 33 miles.
Chiswick House is ideally situated to enjoy the beautiful countryside of Fife, Perthshire and Kinross-shire. Newfargie has wonderful views and there are no shortage of local hill walks, cycle tracks, bridle paths and equestrian facilities in the area. For more spectacular scenery, the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park lie to the west and the Perthshire hills are to the north. Trout fishing is available in several nearby lochs and reservoirs including the national nature reserve at Loch Leven which is home to the RSPB Visitor Centre at Vane Farm and a gliding school. For golfers there are popular local courses at Milnathort, Kinross and Muckhart. The championship courses at St Andrews and Gleneagles are equidistant at 23 miles.
Travel Directions From M90, Edinburgh Turn off the M90 at junction 8 onto the A91. Drive into the village of Gateside and after the Gateside Inn, turn left onto A912. Follow this road for nearly 3 miles and take the 2nd left turning after Balvaid Castle onto a new bell mouth. Follow this road, going straight at the cross roads. Continue on this road (approx. ½ mile) until reaching the S&P For Sale Board at Chiswick House.
From Perth Take junction 9, signposted Bridge of Earn and follow the road towards Glenfarg. At the mini roundabout, take the 2nd exit to Glenfarg. Follow this road, turning left onto A912 just before the Beinn Inn. The new bell mouth to the drive is about a mile from the junction. Then follow the directions detailed above.
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- Stunning views over the countryside
- Immaculate, landscaped garden
- 4 Bedrooms
- Family Dining kitchen onto decked barbecue area
- Garden Room
- Office with picture windows
- 4 Car Garage
- 0.44 acres of immaculate gardens
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