CKD Galbraith has brought yet another top end property to the Scottish rental market. Thrupenny Bit is an exceptionally spacious and modern five bedroom home located in Glenfoot, by Abernethy, rural Perthshire. The property's large six sided bay window, hence the property's apt name, floods the ground floor with light and provides far reaching views over the Tay Valley.
Standing in the lower living room, the building's raised design gives the impression that the house is floating as you look out across the Valley. This feeling of elevation and space continues throughout the open plan kitchen, with all its mod cons and circular breakfast bar creating a very social and welcoming area. The ground floor also consists of a useful boot room with WC and a play room.
The first floor has a further four bedrooms, one with its own en-suite shower room. There is also a study, family bathroom and utility room. The first floor mezzanines comprises of an upstairs hall or library area with a separate staircase leading to the impressive master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room. The second floor is a large floored attic room suitable as a further bedroom or living area.
Outside the property is surrounded by beautiful mature gardens with a large terraced area from which to enjoy the houses' location. There is electronic gated entry with a sweeping driveway leading up to ample parking and a triple garage complete with workshop and cloakroom. Although large and airy, Thrupenny Bit is a well heated and cosy house benefitting from a geothermal heat pump, underfloor heating, an air exchange unit and a delightful wood burning stove.
Shirley Kenyon, Head of Lettings for CKD Galbraith, said: "High calibre lets like Thrupenny Bit are rising in demand as clients like the flexibility and luxury on offer. Thrupenny Bit enjoys a superb rural location with its architectural design and outlook taking full advantage of this.
"Nearby Abernethy is a welcoming Perthshire village, situated around eight miles south east of Perth city centre. There's so much to do and explore in Perthshire, with its majestic glens, championship golf courses and ancient forests; there is an abundance of outdoor activities to keep you amused! The area also boasts some fascinating historic attractions such as Scone Palace, all the entertainment and local facilities you'd expect from a city and a number of excellent primary and secondary schools."
Thrupenny Bit is available for 2,000 per month. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith's Perth office on tel: 01738 456 096.