Stirling Stirlingshire FK8 Trossachs Road, Aberfoyle

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Features at a glance

  • Substantial detached former Manse.
  • Handsome stone elevations.
  • The property offers over 3,800 sq. ft.
  • 28 ft. multi-aspect sitting room with cosy log-burning stove.
  • Approached via a private driveway.
  • About 2 acres of grounds encircle the home.
  • Detached garage
  • Separate apartment - The Bolthole
  • Desirable elevated position with impressive views

Former Manse in the heart of Aberfoyle

Stunning former Manse in the heart of Aberfoyle with a beautiful 2 acres garden and grounds.

Balfron 9 miles, Callander 11 miles, Stirling 19 miles, Glasgow Airport 26 miles, Edinburgh 58 miles

Porch | Hall | Sitting room | Conservatory | Kitchen | Dining room | Larder | Cloakroom | Principal bedroom with en suite shower room | 5 Further bedrooms, en suite | 2 Family bathrooms | Laundry room | Lounge | Separate apartment | Garden | 2 acres | Garage | EPC Rating F

The property Crannaig House is a substantial detached former Manse with handsome stone elevations, stone mullioned windows and a range of fine features including tall, ornately corniced ceilings and large shuttered windows. The property offers over 3,800 sq. ft. of beautifully presented and versatile accommodation arranged over three spacious floors. The double entrance door opens to a central hallway with a stairway and store cupboard, which flows naturally throughout the elegant ground-floor living spaces, including a glazed laundry room opening directly to the garden. The expansive 28 ft. multi-aspect sitting room is ideal for entertaining, with its wide wooden floorboards, bespoke fitted display cabinets, archway and cosy log-burning stove. The formal dining room enjoys a walk-in bay window with dramatic views and a striking fireplace, with even more natural light and panoramic views via the adjoining conservatory with its floral glass window. The kitchen is well-appointed with a range of attractive shaker-style cabinetry and wooden worksurfaces and has a breakfast bar, charming window seat, a butler sink and a wealth of deluxe modern integrated appliances. This flows through the large larder/utility and adjacent cloakroom.

A luxury multi-aspect family bathroom resides on the first floor, with dual sinks, a freestanding bathtub and a separate walk-in shower. There is also a dressing room or potential sixth bedroom, along with three further well-proportioned bedrooms. The bay-windowed principal and second bedrooms both enjoy contemporary en suite shower rooms. A further family bathroom between two further airy and bright bedrooms makes up the second floor.

The Bolthole Adjoining the house is an annex which comprises large bedroom/living room, and shower room. The Bolthole is currently let as holiday accommodation and brings in a useful income.

Outside The property sits in a desirable elevated position to benefit from impressive views, over the town. Approached via a private driveway that leads up to a gravelled forecourt and detached garage, sizeable grounds encircle the home, including a formal lawned front garden with pretty spring bulbs and grand stone steps rising to the main entrance. Further expanses of lawn and land wrap around, with a wealth of mature herbaceous borders and trees and a raised decked terrace with stone gabion crates, ideal for dining al fresco. Gravelled steps rise through the land and to an additional divided section with a polytunnel, lawns, various tree lines and shrubs.

Location Scenic Aberfoyle is in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, which offer a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking, sailing and fishing. There is also a good range of local amenities, including several shops, a Post Office, butcher and primary schools, with secondary schooling available at nearby Callander and Balfron. Both Stirling and Callander additionally provide a more extensive array of recreational, educational, shopping and cultural facilities, with the A84 and M9 offering convenient road links further afield and mainline railway stations in Stirling, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan.

General Local Authority: Stirling Council

Services: Electricity – mains, Drainage – mains, Water – mains, Heating – gas

Council Tax: Band G

Tenure: Freehold

Fixtures & Fittings: To include the usual blinds, light fittings and any integrated appliances. Wayleaves and easements: The property is sold subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

This property has 2 acres of land.


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