North Woodend enjoys a rural setting some 4 miles to the east of Stanley in the scenic county of Perthshire. The village of Stanley provides a general store with post office, primary school, doctors surgery, hotel and two churches ...
North Woodend enjoys a rural setting some 4 miles to the east of Stanley in the scenic county of Perthshire. The village of Stanley provides a general store with post office, primary school, doctors surgery, hotel and two churches.
The City of Perth lies about 13 miles distant and provides more extensive facilities including national retailers, theatre, modern concert hall, cinema, banks, supermarket and both railway and bus stations. Dundee, known as the City of Discovery can be reached in about a 30 minute journey by car. It has two universities, railway station, shopping centres, Olympia Swimming Pool and airport, with regular links to London Stansted.
Perthshire is a county providing a diverse range of recreational pursuits. Both fishing and shooting may be taken locally whilst the surrounding hills and glens offer many walks together with the opportunity to observe the wildlife. For the golfer there are numerous courses within a comfortable distance of North Woodend including the championship course of Rosemount at the Blairgowrie Golf Club, an 18 hole course at Dunkeld, together with courses in Perth.
The site at North Woodend enjoys a sheltered position immediately to the east of a minor public road within a countryside setting. The site extends to approximately 0.5 acres. Planning permission, in principal, was granted in February 2015 for a single dwelling house. The reference number is 14/01424/IPL.
To reach North Woodend from Stanley take the B9099 road north signposted for Murthly. After approximately half a mile turn right onto the minor public road signposted for Ballathie. Continue on this road for approximately 3 miles and after passing the principal gates into Ballathie House Hotel turn onto the next road on the left hand side. The site at North Woodend is found immediately on the right hand side after the agricultural buildings and before the small woodland.