The property would be ideal for those with equestrian interests, has potential for development, and is just two miles from the popular market town of Crieff and 18 miles from Perth.

Scott Holley of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “West Crieffvechter offers the best of both worlds. Not only does the property enjoy lovely views and great privacy and tranquillity, but it is also within striking distance of Crieff, with its excellent range of facilities and schooling.

“The accommodation has been beautifully upgraded by the current owners and there is the wonderful garden, decking area and grounds all enjoying lovely south-facing views.

“There is the potential to convert some of the outbuildings to additional accommodation if desired, whilst retaining the stabling and perhaps creating a riding arena, subject to planning permission. It is rare to have a complete equestrian property in such an accessible and scenic location.”

The property has remained within the same family for over a hundred years and under the current generation has been thoughtfully and carefully refurbished for modern living, whilst retaining period features throughout, including panelled doors, working shutters, cornicing, and a slate fireplace in the drawing room.

The accommodation at West Crieffvechter  includes, on the ground floor, entrance vestibule, utility room, open-plan kitchen with dining area, study/playroom, drawing room, snug/dining room, three bedrooms, bathroom and shower room.

Upstairs there is the principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe, a further double bedroom and shower room.

A traditional range of stone outbuildings forms a U-shape with a central courtyard.

The outbuildings serve a number of purposes and there is considerable flexibility for the purchaser to retain the existing use or reconfigure to their own preferences.

The home office in the outbuildings benefits from Starlink internet, electric heating and a double aspect. Adjacent to the home office is the stable block with three bespoke Loddon loose boxes with swing mangers, hay racks and concrete floor.

There is a byre, providing excellent storage with the former stalls still in situ, with electricity supply and water tap on the outside wall.

The east wing of the outbuildings offers great potential for development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, to create an annex for visiting family or perhaps holiday let accommodation. There are two rooms on the ground floor and an attic room above. The southern end of the east wing is open fronted and currently provides a car port for two cars.

The house sits within attractive gardens and grounds extending to about 4.1 acres. To the south is a lovely lawned garden, enclosed by a mature hedge and fencing, with an extensive decked area leading directly from the house, providing an ideal spot for outdoor dining.

Immediately beyond the garden to the south is a grass field with a woodland area beyond, enclosed by a stone wall with mature deciduous trees together with an area of  natural regeneration following the felling of coniferous trees a number of years ago.

To the north-east of the outbuildings is an enclosed area,  formerly a remote-controlled car race track, which may offer the opportunity to create a riding arena, subject to obtaining the necessary consents. There is a gravelled parking area adjacent to the house.

There is a paddock /grazing area of about 1.58 acres (0.64 ha). Further land is available by separate negotiation.

West Crieffvechter lies in a quiet rural setting some two miles to the east of Crieff in Perthshire. Commanding the most outstanding southerly views, the property  enjoys a delightful and tranquil situation with the convenience of Crieff nearby, while Perth lies some 18 miles to the east .

West Crieffvechter is for sale through Galbraith for Offers Over £790,000.