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.
Emma Chalmers of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said:
“West Crieffvechter very much offers the perfect rural property with a pretty period house, excellent outbuildings with home office, stables and extensive storage, grazing ground and woodland areas, in all extending to nearly 17 acres. The house enjoys a southerly aspect and commands outstanding panoramic views.
“West Crieffvechter would be ideal for those with an equestrian interest or those looking to enjoy country life whilst still within a daily commute of Edinburgh, Glasgow or Dundee. It offers bespoke Loddon stables, extensive grazing ground and superb storage for feed and tack in the outbuildings.
“In addition, there is the potential to create a riding arena, subject to planning permission, on the former remote controlled car racing track. It is rare for such a good sized equestrian property extending to nearly 17 acres, in such an accessible and scenic location, to come to the open market.”
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. It is a very spacious and flexible house with three reception rooms and five bedrooms yet nicely proportioned for modern living.
The home office, sited within the traditional outbuildings, offers a short walk to work just across the courtyard! The internet is currently provided by Starlink, but fibre broadband will be installed by the summer.
West Crieffvechter has a superb decked area to the front of the house, flanked by fruit trees offering an excellent outdoor entertaining space, which flows from the house and allows the countryside setting and views to be fully appreciated.
West Crieffvechter also offers further potential as the traditional outbuildings could be developed, subject to obtaining the necessary consents, to create perhaps an annex for visiting family or holiday let accommodation. The east wing lies over two floors with two rooms on the ground floor and an L-shaped attic room above.
There are two woodland areas, further adding to the superb amenity offered by this delightful country house.
West Crieffvechter is for sale through Galbraith for Offers Over £1,150,000.