Roseking Hall stands in a delightful quiet rural setting, surrounded by some exceptional countryside and with wonderful far reaching views over fields and farmland. Set in generous grounds extending to approximately 2.74 acres in total, and benefitting from high levels of privacy and seclusion, Roseking Hall is centrally located within the county of Angus and enjoys easy access into the local county market town of Forfar which offers a good range of local facilities. Arbroath, Broughty Ferry and Carnoustie are also all within comfortable driving distance with the vibrant city of Dundee - already home to Scott's ship RSS Discovery and with the new V & A museum due to open in 2018 - less than a twenty minute drive to the south-west. Aberdeen is about a one hour drive to the north via the A90 dual carriageway which runs past at Inverarity, just a five minute drive from the property. Roseking Hall is located in an area of particularly glorious and varied countryside with hill, wood, river, farmland and coastline all nearby. The result is home to an array of wildlife and also presents a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, cycling and riding all readily available. Golfers in particular are especially well catered for with an unrivalled selection of highly rated courses close at hand including the Championship Course at Carnoustie (host to The Open Championship in 2018) and The Old Course at St. Andrews. Highly regarded courses at Edzell, Montrose, Arbroath, Forfar and Alyth are also close at hand. Challenging shooting and fishing may be taken locally whilst the pretty Angus glens such as Isla, Prosen, Clova and Lethnot are temptingly close. For skiers Glenshee is just over an hour to the north. In terms of days out the stunning sandy beaches at Lunan Bay and St. Cyrus and the red sandstone cliffs at Arbroath are well within reach. There are also a number of interesting National Trust properties in the area including the House of Dun at Montrose and the J.M. Barrie house, once home to the creator of Peter Pan, in Kirriemuir. Glamis Castle and Estate are only a short distance away. State schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at the High School of Dundee as well as Robert Gordons in Aberdeen and St. Leonards in St. Andrews. There are railway stations in Dundee, Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose with Aberdeen airport just over an hour to the north. Edinburgh airport is just over an hour to the south whilst the busy regional airport at Dundee offers a good range of short haul flights.
Carefully upgraded and extended by the current owners, Roseking Hall is an outstanding hi-spec country property with grazing land, wonderful views & potential building plot, ideal for the commuter. Of an attractive stone exterior under a slated roof, with areas of timber cladding, the extensive, spacious accommodation has a superb contemporary feel with wood burning stoves, bi-folding doors and under floor heating in the impressive vaulted double height dining room and also the family room. The ground floor comprises generous reception room space with sitting room, family room, dining hall and conservatory along with kitchen, family bathroom, two bedroom (one with en-suite shower room) and entrance vestibule. There is also direct internal access to the garage / utility room which, subject to all relevant consents being obtained, could readily be converted to offer additional living space or a large kitchen / breakfast room. Above the original section of the house and accessed via a staircase off the front hall is a further bedroom and excellent attic room offering plentiful storage. Above the family room / garage, accessed via a separate staircase off the dining hall are two further bedrooms together with a shower room. To the rear of the house with access from the family room, dining hall and corridor off the kitchen, is a stunning purpose built covered decked entertainment area with seating zone, state of the art hydrotherapy pool and hot tub (both of which are available to purchase by way of separate negotiation). The is a further decked barbeque area to the rear of the family room.
Roseking Hall stands in extensive enclosed gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2.74 acres and well suited for pony / sheep grazing.
POTENTIAL BUILDING PLOT
Adjacent to the house is a ruined steading building on which change of use to a 3 bed dwelling house was granted pursuant to Angus Council Planning Reference 13/00363/FULL. The owners of Roseking Hall are currently in the process of having this permission re-instated.
Roseking Hall stands centrally in Angus and can be accessed from a number of directions. Coming from the main A90 dual carriageway take the B9127 south of Forfar and follow this road through Inverarity into Whigstreet. At the Whigstreet crossroads continue straight on following the signs for Kirkbuddo. Once through Whigstreet Roseking Hall is on the left hand side after a short distance.
The EPC rating is E
The hot tub and hydrotherapy pool are not included in the sale but are available to purchase by way of separate negotiation.
Galbraith has an alliance with Fox Private Finance, a boutique brokerage with a bespoke approach to funding. Through their relationships with retail, commercial and private banks they can assist with securing a mortgage to suit your circumstances. For further information contact Matthew Griffiths, based in our Edinburgh office, on 0131 240 6990.
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