Cairnie Mill

Glencarse, Perth, PH2 7NE

Offers Over £395,000

Bedroom Count icon 4

  • Outstanding family home with traditional steading and possibility of 3 acre paddock
  • 2 reception rooms. 4 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms
  • Traditional steading with garaging and storage with potential for other uses
  • Mature garden and grounds extending to over 1 acre
  • Option to purchase 3 acre paddock in addition
  • Lovely south facing rural views
  • Semi-rural situation in a highly accessible location

SITUATION Cairnie Mill sits in a lovely semi-rural situation on the west side of the village of St Madoes within the county of Perthshire. Perthshire offers a wealth of recreational activates many of which are easily accessible from the house. Exceptional salmon and trout fishing can be found on the nearby River Tay. For golfers, there are a number of nearby courses including Perth, Dunkeld, 3 courses at Gleneagles and the Championship Course at Rosemount and Landsdowne in Blairgowrie. The Championship Courses at St Andrews and Carnoustie can all be accessed in approximately 45 minutes by car. The local area offers numerous opportunities for walking and cycling. Primary schooling is available locally at St Madoes Primary School with secondary schooling being available in Perth. There are also a number of independent schools within a convenient distant including Craigclowan Preparatory School, Kilgraston School, Strathallan School, Glenalmond College and the High School of Dundee.The Cities of Perth and Dundee can be accessed by car in 15 and 20 minutes respectively. Both Cities offer extensive range of services including national and independent retailers, banks, railway stations, concert halls, theatres, cinemas, libraries and hospitals. Dundee is also home to 2 universities and an airport with regular flights to London. The City of Edinburgh can be reached in approximately 45 minutes by car and offer a further range of big city amenities including an International Airport.DESCRIPTION Cairnie Mill dates from around 1994 and comprises a charming bungalow offering spacious and well-proportioned accommodation on one level extending 196 sqm. The home enjoys a lovely semi-rural situation looking out over its own grounds and open farmland of the Carse of Gowrie with the Fife hills visible in the distance to the south. Internally the property is in good decorative order and well laid out for entertaining and modern family living and benefits from good storage with two of the bedrooms having built in cupboards.The house is approached from the parking area by an impressive entrance which leads to a spacious hallway at the heart of the house. The sitting room is a bright a spacious reception room with a fireplace and glazed sliding doors opening out to a lovely south facing terrace. Situated off the hall is a store room, bedroom 4 as well as a family/dining room leading to a generous kitchen/breakfast room. A corridor leads off to a utility room, shower room, bathroom as well as three further bedrooms. ACCOMMODATION Hall, sitting room, family/dining room leading to kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, shower room, bathroom, 4 bedrooms, utility room, store room.GARDEN AND GROUNDSCairnie Mill is approached from Hunterhall in St. Madoes by a shared private tarmac road with generous verges either side, which turn off to a broad parking area to the rear of the house. The house benefits from a lovely garden and well positioned terraces, allowing the property to maximise on the open views toward the Fife hills on the opposite side of the River Tay in the distance.STEADINGOn the north side of the shared access track is a traditional steading constructed of stone under a series of pitched roofs offering garaging in as well as a former cart store. The steading has potential for other uses subject to achieving the necessary planning consents. PADDOCKSituated to the south of the house is an area of agricultural land extending to circa 3 acres (1.22 ha) shown as green on the sale plan, which is under separate ownership and can be made available at a price to be agreed in addition as part of the purchase of the Cairnie Mill.DIRECTIONS From Hunterhall Place on the west side of St Madoes take the tarmac road to the west signed for Cairnie Mill. Continue for a short distance and Cairnie Mill is situated on the left hand side opposite the steading building.POST CODE PH2 7NEWHAT3WORDSTo find this property location to within 3 metres, download and use What3Words and enter the following 3 words: ///recall.flamingo.gamesACCESSCairnie Mill is accessed from a residential area on the west side of St. Madoes by a private tarmac road, which is shared by neighbouring farmers and the nearby water treatment plant. This road is also a core path and is used by dog walkers on a regular basis. Maintenance is shared.