Viewing is essential to appreciate this unspoiled Victorian Property. Filled with traditional features, this charming property benefits from rural and roof top views. Set back from the road, this property enjoys a quiet location with easy access to Glenfarg Village
Glenfarg is a small historic village with records dating back to c1750. The Village has a visible vibrant community which joins with neighbouring residents of Duncrievie, to participate in the “Pride in Perthshire” Awards each year. Glenfarg has its own shop, car repair garage, village hall, public park, tennis courts, bowling club, community gardens and Primary School, which is located less than 700m from this property. The village has easy links to the M90 motorway network at Junction 7 (travelling south) and a scenic route down the tree lined Glen leads to the M90 Junction 9 (travelling north.)
Nearby villages and towns include Kinross, Milnathort and Bridge of Earn which offer a variety of shops, leisure facilities, public houses and supermarkets. A park and ride option is available in Kinross which serves Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee.
The area has a wide range of public and private schooling available, including the catchment secondary school for 5, Melville Terrace, the highly-regarded Kinross High School. Additional schools in the area include Kilgraston School, Craigclowan Preparatory School, Dollar Academy and Strathallan School.
In 1902, this historic property was built as a holiday home for visitors to the area. The property is unspoiled with traditional features throughout and the front facing windows of the property enjoy rural and roof top views.
Set back from the road, this property enjoys a quiet location with easy access to Glenfarg Village and the many groups and activities that this cohesive rural village has to offer. Described as a three bedroom property, the property has a box bedroom which offers the potential for use as a home office, dressing room or subject to the relevant permissions, potential en-suite facilities.
Vehicular access is to the rear of the property where a parking space, detached garage and rear entrance hall can be found. Pedestrian and formal access is via a short pathway to the enclosed garden, where steps lead through the terraced garden to the traditional storm porch and formal entrance.
The oak entrance door has original etched glazing and the carpeted entrance hall has a wide staircase with original dark oak balustrade and handrail. The kitchen has a good range of modern base and wall units with a small breakfast bar area. The original, upgraded, external wash house, houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and property boiler. The original Utility Room is now a ground floor Cloakroom.
Formal rooms on the ground floor comprise of Formal Sitting and Dining Rooms. The bright, spacious Sitting Room both with feature fireplaces.
At the first floor level, the property has two super king size Bedrooms, a single Bedroom plus additional Box Bedroom with original feature arch glazing. The large Family Bathroom has a low level WC, wash hand basin and corner bath with over bath electric shower.
Externally the large enclosed front terraced garden has a garden shed and greenhouse.