Burnbank lies on the edge of the village of Newtyle in the County of Angus. Newtyle offers good day to day facilities including a primary school, village shop, award winning butcher and church while more extensive services can be ...
Burnbank lies on the edge of the village of Newtyle in the County of Angus. Newtyle offers good day to day facilities including a primary school, village shop, award winning butcher and church while more extensive services can be found in Dundee, lying some twelve miles to the south-east. Known as the City of Discovery, Dundee provides shopping centres, supermarkets, banks, two universities, cinemas and theatres together with both railway and bus stations and an airport providing regular services to London. Edinburgh airport is approximately a one hour drive. Perth lies some twenty miles to the south-west and offers a modern concert hall, a popular theatre and numerous restaurants.
There are excellent recreational facilities within easy reach of Burnbank. For the golfer there are courses nearby at Rosemount, Alyth and Piperdam whilst the world-class links courses at Carnoustie and St. Andrews are within about a forty-five minute journey by car. The ski slopes at Glenshee can be found to the north and are reached within about an hours journey by car. Walking may be enjoyed in the surrounding hills and glens in both Angus and Perthshire and for those interested in Scottish history, Glamis Castle, Dunsinane and Scone Palace, with its race course and venue for the annual Game Fair, are all within easy reach.
The independent schools of the High School of Dundee, Glenalmond, Kilgraston and Craigclowan are all within easy daily distance of Burnbank.
Burnbank is the former factors house for Kinpurnie Estate and was extended in the early 1990s. The house is of an attractive painted harled exterior under slate roof, enjoying high levels of privacy and seclusion with its extensive grounds and many mature trees. The well-presented accommodation is arranged over two floors and benefits from a modern mains gas central heating system and double glazing. There is also a large Aga served by mains gas. The spacious accommodation extends to just under 300 sq. metres. On the ground floor the delightful sitting room and dining room are ideal for entertaining, with a vast playroom offering great scope for a variety of uses and linking the old part of the house with the cosy kitchen/family room which benefits from glazed doors to the garden. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom together with utility room, boiler room, larder and further stores. There are five bedrooms at first floor level together with spacious family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from walk-in dressing room and en-suite shower room with a further bedroom also benefitting from an en-suite shower room. There are lovely views to Kinpurnie Hill and the Sidlaws from the rear of the house.
Burnbank stands in a charming mature garden with extensive lawns, a burn and a wonderful range of shrubs and mature trees.
Garage and two sheds.
Heating Mains Gas
Burnbank is classified as Band G for Council Tax purposes.
On entering Newtyle from Dundee on the Dundee Road, turn right on to South Street and follow the road along. The gates to Burnbank are on the right-hand side before the left turn into Commercial Street.
The EPC rating is D
By appointment with the Selling Agents.