Iain Paterson of Galbraith said: “Strathtay House is an ideal family home with spacious and attractive accommodation throughout as well as the lovely garden, offering privacy and tranquility. The location of this property is also second to none, in one of the most desirable villages in Perthshire,  yet within easy reach of the A9 and commutable to Perth. We expect a great deal of interest.”

The rooms are generously sized and have been finished to a high standard with tasteful and modern fixtures.

The accommodation is thoughtfully set out, with on the ground floor: vestibule, sitting / dining room, kitchen, sunroom, utility room, double bedroom, and cloakroom. On the first floor is the master bedroom with en suite shower room and dressing room, a Jack and Jill bathroom, four double bedrooms (one currently used as a study), and a large balcony overlooking the garden and surrounding countryside.

Strathtay House has beautifully landscaped, private gardens with apple trees, a vegetable patch, fruit bushes, green house, garden shed and a large patio accessed from the sunroom. The garden is visited by an array of local wildlife.

The conservation village of Strathtay in Highland Perthshire has excellent day-to-day facilities such as a village shop, post office, two churches and a golf club. Strathtay is within walking distance of Grandtully, equipped with a primary school, café, village hall, hotels and restaurants as well as the famous artisan chocolate shop.

Aberfeldy, just 5 miles away offers a superb range of amenities including a supermarket, primary and secondary schools, local shops, pubs and restaurants. The town also has a lovely community cinema.

The A9 is 4 miles to the east of the property,  for direct access to Inverness and Perth, which is about 27 miles away. Edinburgh and Glasgow can both be reached in approximately 1.5 hours’ drive.

Strathtay House is for sale through Galbraith for Offers Over £550,000.