Iain Paterson of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “This is a charming property which combines very spacious and attractive accommodation with fine architectural details, along with beautiful gardens and an array of useful outbuildings and stables.

“The location is also superb, offering privacy and a wonderful tranquil setting, but close to a popular village and within commuting distance of Perth, Kinross and Edinburgh. This is an ideal property for those with equestrian interests, and would also make a superb family home. ”

Highfield House has four bedrooms, all en-suite, and four generous reception rooms with stunning views of the gardens. Its layout provides a great deal of flexibility, with two internal staircases leading to separate wings.

Of particular note, the superb master suite has an impressive double bedroom which benefits from an air conditioning system to keep the room comfortable at all times of year, and an impressive bathroom with generous storage, two separate basins and storage units, a walk-in shower/steam room and a bath.

On the ground floor is the entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, sitting room, garden room, study, utility, boot room, WC, and double bedroom with dressing room and en suite. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en suite, two double bedrooms (each with en suite), family room and further study area.

Highfield House lies within a traditional walled garden which provides an idyllic backdrop to this charming house.

The plot extends to about 5.85 acres in all. The owners have created a beautiful garden with well-kept lawns, colourful borders and mature trees. There is a summer house and patio for relaxing in the summer months and the gardens are often visited by red squirrels and many species of birds.

Immediately adjacent to the garden is a woodland of about 1.2 acres with a variety of mature trees and interwoven with paths.

To the rear of the house the paddock is about 2.7 acres and is in excellent condition, with good fencing and a shelter belt of trees which provides screening from the neighbouring properties. The paddock has a laneway that leads directly to the stables.

Highfield House benefits from a practical and useful range of outbuildings. Adjacent to the house is a double garage, a useful workshop space and garden shed.

The stable block has two good sized stables and a tack/feed room, with electricity supply and lighting. In the woodland is a further workshop and storage shed.

Highfield House lies in a sheltered and private setting in the hamlet of New Fargie, just to the east of the village of Glenfarg in Perthshire. Glenfarg is a thriving village with a primary school, village shop, church, tennis and bowling clubs, and village hall.

The city of Perth is about 10 miles to the north providing an extensive range of services including its railway station, concert hall, theatre, cinema, and diverse range of restaurants. The property is in a superb location within easy reach of Perth (10 miles), Kinross (10 miles) and Edinburgh (35 miles).

This part of Scotland offers numerous recreational activities including a wide array of walking and cycling routes, golf courses and equestrian facilities.

Highfield House, Newfargie is for sale through Galbraith for Offers Over £950,000.