Creag Rainich sits on the eastern periphery of the Highland Town of Pitlochry. The town has a lot to offer with a good range of local amenities including numerous restaurants, a range of individual shops and local retailers, medical, …
Creag Rainich sits on the eastern periphery of the Highland Town of Pitlochry. The town has a lot to offer with a good range of local amenities including numerous restaurants, a range of individual shops and local retailers, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices as well as primary and secondary schooling. There is a train station which provides a sleeper service to London. The town was awarded a gold medal on behalf of the Royal Horticultural Society for the Britain in Bloom campaign. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre is renowned throughout the country. The town hosts many events throughout the year including Etape Caledonia, Pitlochry Highland Games as well as the Tummel and Tay Festivals. The county of Perthshire is well known for its magnificent scenery. Ben Vrackie to the north of the town provides a prominent landmark which can be seen from Creag Rainich. There are a number of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including cycling, walking and hiking. There are also opportunities for water sports on Loch Tummel or nearby Loch Tay. Perthshire is particularly popular with golfers and has a number of diverse courses including 18 and 6 hole courses at Pitlochry, an 18 hole course at Aberfeldy and further courses at Kenmore, Strathtay and Blair Atholl. The county is home to a wide array of wildlife including red squirrels which are regularly observed in the garden, otters, dippers and wag tails.
Wild salmon can often be seen leaping at the Pitlochry Fish Ladder. The city of Perth can be accessed in approximately half an hour by car and is home to a wide variety of shopping facilities including high street shops, a variety of independent shops, major supermarkets, hospital, railway and bus stations, library, health and fitness centres, theatres and a cinema.
Creag Rainich is an attractive semi-detached one and a half storey house sitting under a tiled roof and bound on three sides by delightful garden grounds. The house offers a flexible arrangement of family accommodation with two reception rooms on the ground floor, kitchen bedroom and bathroom. The sitting room has French doors which lead out to a terrace above the garage which has lovely views over the gardens. There are two further good sized bedrooms and a study which could also be utilised as a bedroom. The house, whilst being maintained to a good standard by the current owners, is in need of refurbishment and presents an exciting opportunity for purchasers.
Entrance hall, double bedroom, family bathroom, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, sitting room with patio doors leading to a large raised terrace.
Double bedroom, single bedroom, study which could be converted into a further bedroom if required.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The garden grounds are sheltered by a range of mature hardwood trees. At present the grounds are laid for a low maintenance garden, however, in the past they have hosted numerous rockeries and attractive borders and an extremely productive vegetable garden. There is a double garage, along with a range of timber stores and greenhouses.
Heading north on the A9 take the Pitlochry exit to the A924 and head into Pitlochry turning right on to East Moulin Road turning right again on to Fenton Terrace where Creag Rainch is 2nd on your right hand side.
Oil fired central heating