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VIRTUAL TOUR Craobhach is set in a large, mature garden above the village of Strathyre with a further 5 acres of land available by negotiation which would be ideal for those with equestrian interests. The property is backed by forestry with the rolling hills of West Perthshire providing a spectacular surround. Craobhach is a very distinctive house which dates from 1972. The house is designed to fit in with its landscape and is set into a bank with natural stone adjacent to the front door.
Internally the property is well laid out with the accommodation spread over two floors. The main ground floor accommodation comprises: kitchen, dining room and main living room. This is complemented by a large split level panelled living room with study balcony above on the first floor. There is a sun room with a decked balcony adjoining. The master bedroom suite is situated beyond the sun room with four further bedrooms off the main landing in the west wing. There is a triple integral garage with a tack room, a workshop and a loose box with an enclosed yard outside.The property is heated by an oil boiler with a fitted biomass boiler also available as an alternative renewable source. There is potential for further installation of renewable technologies if desired
Immediately in front of the house is a gravel parking and turning area with a stone retaining wall to the lawns above. There is a wooden decking with raised beds and a pagoda. A burn runs through the lawns. There are bridges over the burn and there is a wooden garden house by the waterfall above. To the east of the house is a further gravel yard outside the triple garage. There is an enclosed yard with metal railng, fencing and gates outside the stables/store areas behind. The back garden comprises a south sloping vegetable garden with greenhouse. Opposite the back door a wooden log shed houses the oil tank.
Strathyre is a popular tourist destination and increasingly sought after by individuals and families wanting to combine working in Edinburgh and Glasgow with the benefits of living in the countryside. Recreational pursuits in the area are excellent and include cycling (Stathyre is on the SUSTRANS cycle route 7), fishing, hill walking and sailing. EER Band D.
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