Croftinloan, a development of 16 houses on the site of a former school just south of Pitlochry, has recently completed its 15th sale out of 16 houses. Situated in an elevated position to the east of the River Tummel and set in mature surroundings, Croftinloan has received a high level of interest since it was launched on the market through Scotland's leading independent property consultancy, CKD Galbraith.
All of the properties are spacious and bright bungalows ranging from 3 to 4 bedrooms positioned in generous size plots with attractive garden grounds.
Liz Cunningham of CKD Galbraith said, "The key to the successful sales is largely down to the right property in the right location. Pitlochry, a few miles to the north of Croftinloan, is popular with those looking to retire to the area and is very accessible. The attractive situation, quality of the build, the accommodation and flexible layout of the houses has also been an important factor in people's decision making."
Andy Meikle of developers Grovebury Management added, "We are delighted to have secured this level of sales in what has been a challenging market and it is always pleasing to meet the demands of the market".
Interested buyers will have to be quick off the mark as there is only one house remaining, House 11 which is a delightful 4 bedroom bungalow with spacious living areas and kitchen. The house is located within the former walled garden of the school and enjoys an elevated position with views towards the Tummel Valley. House 11 offers potential buyers the rare opportunity to purchase a home which can be built to suit individual needs.
The asking price for House 11 is 340,000.