Scott Holley of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “This is a beautifully presented, light-filled home in a very pretty village, offering the best of Highland Perthshire life. Not only does the property have wonderful entertaining space inside but the gardens are also delightful, offering great privacy and tranquillity with views towards the surrounding hills. The owners have refurbished the house to create a charming and welcoming home.”
Pinetrees has three attractive reception rooms – a spacious living room with wood burning stove; a superb triple aspect sun room offering far reaching views of the garden and the surrounding glens with direct access to a spacious patio. There is also a welcoming and well laid-out kitchen/dining room with fitted cabinetry and appliances, and with a seating area with woodburning stove at one end.
The accommodation comprises: vestibule, sitting room, sun room, kitchen/dining room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, main bathroom and porch.
The well-tended enclosed garden wraps around the house. There are mature trees and well stocked borders with some areas laid to lawn. The garden offers ample privacy without blocking the lovely views of the surrounding hills. There is a gravel area for parking as well as a chicken run and a garden shed.
The small and leafy village of Dull is in an elevated position between Loch Tay and Loch Tummel, and is known for its parish church with roots stretching back to the 8th century, on the site of an early Christian monastery founded by St Adomnan, former Abbot of Iona.
The historic town of Aberfeldy, Scotland’s first Fairtrade town, is about 4 miles away, with its wide range of amenities and schooling at the Breadalbane Academy. For golfers, this area is well served, including courses at Aberfeldy, Taymouth Castle, Pitlochry, Blair Atholl and Strathtay.
Water sports may be enjoyed on Loch Tay at Kenmore where the marina with purpose built facilities offers sailing, canoeing and kayaking and the surrounding hills and glens offer ample routes for hill walking. The magnificent Loch Tay also provides spectacular views, with Ben Lawers located on its north shore. There are numerous opportunities for cycling in the area. The Tay Forest Park is within easy reach and there are many fishing beats in the local area including Pitcastle, Grandtully and Findynate.
Train stations at Pitlochry and Birnam have regular services to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and a nightly sleeper train to London.
Pinetrees is for sale through Galbraith for Offers Over £450,000.