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Kilnaughton is located onn te edge of one of Perthshire's most picturesque and unspoilt highland villages. Situated on the banks of the river Earn and with a backdrop of dramatic hills, Comrie is close to the eatern gateway to ...
Kilnaughton is located onn te edge of one of Perthshire's most picturesque and unspoilt highland villages. Situated on the banks of the river Earn and with a backdrop of dramatic hills, Comrie is close to the eatern gateway to The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Comrie is a conservation village with a vibrant and friendly community with excellent local ammenities including a primary school, doctor's surgery, dental surgery, bank, butcher, post office, churches, hotel, retaurant and coffee shops. Regular events included Comrie's famous Hogmany Fleambeux Procession, Comrie fortnight in the summerand participation in the Britain in Bloom awards. To the east lies Creiff (7 miles) which offers more extensive services including a supermarket, cottage hospital, further banks and veterinary surgery. The City of Perth (25 miles) has national retailers, theatre, concert hall, cinema and both rail and bus stations. Whilst there is a primary school in Comrie and a secondary school in Crieff, there are a number of private schools within about 25 milkes including Glenalmond, Ardvreck, Morrisons Academy, Craigclowan, Strathallan and Kilgraston.
Perthshire is renowned for its wide range of sporting activities. Sailing, waterskiing, kayaking and sea plan flights take place on nearby Loch Earn & Tay. For the golfer there are many courses within easy reach of Kilnaughton including a 9-hole course in Comrie, both an 18 and 9-hole course in Crieff, whilst the world renowned Gleneagles Hotel with its Kings, Queens and PGA Centenery Courses lies adjacent to Aucterarder. There are endless opportunities for cyclists and walkers and the slopes of Ben Vorlich, Ben Chonzie, Ben Lawers and the Ptarmigan Ridge are all close by. Although much of its charm is in its rural setting, Comrie is well placed for access to some of Scotland's major cities by road, rail or plane. There are a number of airports within approximately an hour of Comrie, including Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, all of which have regular flights to London and other international destinations. Trains run regularly from Dunblane, Stirling, and Perth to London, and these include a popular sleeper service.
Kilnaughton is a detached four bedroom bungalow with a harled and painted exterior, stonework entrance and timber panels beneath the living room window lying under a tiled roof. Under the current ownership the property has undergone an extensive programme of renovation and refurbishment to include re-wiring, new doors, windows and central heating system. Furthermore a conservatory with underfloor heating has been added and the stud wall in the living room removed to create a superb open plan kitchen / dining / living room. The newly fitted kitchen benefits from fully integrated appliances and has a rear vestibule off it. There are four bedrooms with in-built wardrobes and a family bathroom with separate WC. The single garage has been fitted out and fully insulated to create a light and airy hobby room.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Kilnaughton has gardens surrounding it on all sides which are principally laid to lawn with herbaceous borders including Azalea, Rhodedendrum, Pieris and Lavender. The garden also has a sandstone patio and benefits from a productive apple tree, herb and vegetable garden.
Heating Oil Fired
Kilnaughton, 5 Langside Drive, Comrie, PH6 2HR falls under Council Tax Band F.
From the centre of Comrie cross the bridge heading south and continue along Dalginross until it meets at the Top Square. Turn right onto Braco Road and after 100 metres turn left into Langside Drive. Kilnaughton is on the left hand side.