The property provides spacious and well-presented accommodation set over three floors including an immaculate modern kitchen with carved wooden counter-tops, a dining room with wood burning stove and window seat, a dual-aspect sitting room, four bedrooms and two modern bathrooms.
There is an enclosed shared garden with storage for bicycles or other equipment.
Scott Holley of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said:
This is an ideal family home, in a great location in the heart of the village, close to the primary school, village shop and play park.
Dunning is a thriving traditional Perthshire village with a wonderful community – the annual fruit and flower show is a much-loved event which brings together the whole village.
Dunning has a long history, with Pictish and Jacobite connections.
1 Station Road looks on to the historic St Serf’s Church. The church marks the spot where in the 6th century St Serf was said to have slain a dragon to save the village. The Dupplin Cross, a superb Pictish carving dating from the early 9th century, was returned to the church for its better preservation in 2002.
Additional amenities in Dunning include a bowling club, tennis courts, a tearoom, two pubs, a village hall, golf course and an active church.
The surrounding area is known for its attractive rural scenery and the county town of Perth is just 11 miles distant.
1 Station Road is for sale through Galbraith for offers over £265,000.