Pitmeadow Farm enjoys an elevated position to the south of the sought after conservation village of Dunning in the County of Perthshire. Dunning provides good local amenities including a primary school, post office, village shop and doctors surgery. Nearby …
Pitmeadow Farm enjoys an elevated position to the south of the sought after conservation village of Dunning in the County of Perthshire. Dunning provides good local amenities including a primary school, post office, village shop and doctor’s surgery. Nearby Auchterarder provides a range of traditional High Street shops together with a supermarket, bank, Post Office, health centre and Cottage Hospital.
The City of Perth lies about 11 miles to the east and caters for most requirements including national retailers, restaurants, modern concert hall, cinema, leisure pool, ice rink and both railway and bus stations. There are a number of independent schools within daily commuting distance of Pitmeadow including Craigclowan and Ardvreck Preparatory Schools, Strathallan, Glenalmond, Kilgraston and Morrison’s Academy.
Pitmeadow Farm enjoys a highly accessible location with the A9 dual carriageway easily reached to the north giving swift access to Scotland’s motorway network. Lying about 9 miles to the west is Gleneagles Railway Station providing daily services, north and south, and regular sleeper services to London. Glasgow and Edinburgh can be reached in about an hour’s journey by car and offers international airports as well as a range of city amenities.
Perthshire offers an array of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast with many hill walking routes in the surrounding hills and glens as well as numerous opportunities for shooting, stalking and fishing. Golfers are well catered for with the championship course at Gleneagles sitting some 9 miles to the west, together with numerous local courses including a 9 hole course in Dunning and an 18 hole course in Auchterarder.
Pitmeadow Farm extends to about 128.57 acres (52.03 ha), in total, with extensive grazing and woodland. At the heart of the farm is Pitmeadow House, originally a traditional farmhouse which has been significantly extended into former traditional buildings resulting in a most attractive principal house. It provides generous and flexible accommodation ideal for family life and entertaining with outstanding panoramic views over the Strathearn Valley. It further offers potential to run a business from home or create an annex or holiday let accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
The accommodation lies over two floors and comprises:
Vestibule, hall, sitting room, family room, kitchen, office, cloakroom, laundry, dining room, cinema room, office with kitchen area, cloakroom, games room.
Five bedrooms (all en-suite), study and snug.
There is an extensive garden at Pitmeadow, principally down to lawn, with an orchard and pond. To the south of the house is a courtyard, providing ample parking and flanked by the house to the north, south and east with a traditional outbuilding, garage and garden room to the west.
The outbuildings, lying adjacent to Pitmeadow House, comprise:
Garage, garden room, greenhouse and three stores.
In addition, there is a general purpose agricultural shed lying a short distance to the west of the house.
The land at Pitmeadow extends to about 128.52 acres (52.01 ha), in total, is a ring-fenced unit, intersected by the minor public road running to the east of the house. The farmland is down to permanent pasture and made up of four good sized enclosures. The land is predominantly gently sloping and fenced. There is woodland lying to the west of the subjects and planted with mixed species, coniferous and deciduous trees.