Situated to the south-east of Pitlochry, Tumallt enjoys a highly accessible and picturesque location within Perthshire. The County offers a wide aura of opportunities for outdoor pursuit enthusiasts, including walking and mountain biking all set in the magnificent hills and …
Situated to the south-east of Pitlochry, Tumallt enjoys a highly accessible and picturesque location within Perthshire. The County offers a wide aura of opportunities for outdoor pursuit enthusiasts, including walking and mountain biking all set in the magnificent hills and glens of ‘Big Tree Country’. Shooting, fishing and stalking can all be taken locally and local lochs offer opportunities for water sports. Pitlochry itself offers a wealth of cultural activities including the famous Festival Theatre and iconic fish ladder. Pitlochry also offers a good range of local retailers with numerous restaurants, individual shops, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices. There is a main line railway station with sleeper services to London. A short drive to the south is the Fair City of Perth which offers a good range of local and national retailers as well as leisure facilities, an art gallery, cinema and theatre. Both primary and secondary schooling is available in Pitlochry and there are a number of private schools within Perthshire including Glenalmond Collage, Morrison’s Academy and Strathallan School for Girls along with Ardvreck and Craigclowan Preparatory Schools.
Tumallt is a modern two-storey detached house with a painted harled exterior incorporating attractive feature stone work, sitting under a slate roof within its own grounds set in an elevated position enjoying attractive views of the surrounding countryside. The house has been finished to a very high standard and is ideal for modern family living. The open-plan kitchen/family room has patio doors leading to an attractive decking area which is an ideal spot for alfresco dining. The kitchen/family room also plays host to a wood burner making it an ideal family space for both summer and winter months. The ground floor also hosts a double bedroom with en-suite as well as a utility room, cloakroom and useful storage cupboards. On the first floor, there are two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom, single bedroom and sitting room. On the southern side of the sitting room there is a glass wall which can be opened to a veranda making the room ideal for entertaining and making the most of the views of the stunning local scenery. Leading out from the sitting room through the patio doors to the north, there is a gravelled garden area currently home to a hot tub. The remainder of the garden is predominantly down to lawn with attractive borders. To the front of the property is a sizeable garage and gravelled parking area. The property is accessed from a single track country lane.
Heating Oil Central Heating
Band - G
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
Grade - C
Heading north on the A9, turn right signposted Croftinloan, then take the first right signposted Dalcapon, continue up the hill bearing left at the junction, Tumallt is the second house on your right.