A charming two-bedroom cottage
Bridge of Cally 2.5 miles, Blairgowrie 9 miles, Pitlochry 20 miles (mainline station to London and Inverness), Perth 25 miles Large Porch | Sitting room | Dining room | Kitchen | 2 Bedrooms | Family bathroom | Adjoining Greenhouse | Garden | EPC Band F
Paterlach is an attractive traditional two storey cottage and is a perfect hideaway for those wanting the rural life. The property is entered via an attractive new wooden porch with plenty of storage space for coats and shoes. The sitting room has wooden floorboards, a stone inglenook fireplace with a woodburner and views to the front of the cottage. The dining room has a feature wall, fireplace, recessed window and a storage cupboard. This area leads into a traditional farmhouse kitchen with fitted units and Belfast sink. There are wooden units and worktops, a breakfast bar and space for appliances.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms with countryside views and eaves storage. The family bathroom is a good size and is located between the two bedrooms.
Nestled in the heart of the countyside with stunning views to the north, this cottage is reached via a track from the public road which ends in a sweep up to the front of the house. There is a gravel parking area for numerous cars, as well as a lawned area and outbuildings. To the rear and side of the property there is a lawned garden with a vegetable plot and a greenhouse.
Situated close to three glens, the property is a short drive from the Bridge of Cally where there is a hotel, post office and a village hall. The area has a thriving local community and at Kirkmichael there is the Kirkmichael Primary School and other amenities such as a village shop and café. Blairgowrie has two supermarkets, a range of shops and a secondary school.
The local area has an abundance of footpaths for walking, cycling and horse riding including nearby Persie Loch, the Kirkmichael Path Network and Cateran Trail. Fishing and golf can be accessed locally, as can Glenshee ski centre.
From Blairgowrie take the A93 to Bridge of Cally. Pass through the village and after approximately 2 miles the turn in to Paterlach is on the left signed South Persie. Continue up the track, past the house and outbuildings and the cottage can be found set back from the road after about 300 meters.Read all
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