Tigh Mhuillean is located on an elevated position within Mill Street, a single lane road leading from Bank Street along to Victoria Park and adjacent to the Moness Burn. The historic town of Aberfeldy offers a selection of restaurants, coffee ...
Tigh Mhuillean is located on an elevated position within Mill Street, a single lane road leading from Bank Street along to Victoria Park and adjacent to the Moness Burn. The historic town of Aberfeldy offers a selection of restaurants, coffee shops, independent retailers, banks, supermarket, nursery, primary and secondary schooling at the well regarded Breadalbane Academy, doctors, dentist and veterinary practices. Aberfeldy is also home to The Birks Cinema and the town provides many facilities for young families and children with Victoria Park only a short walk from the town centre. The Breadalbane Community Campus offers an excellent range of facilities including a swimming pool, fitness classes, sports hall, gym and squash courts.
On the edge of Aberfeldy can be found the Birks of Aberfeldy, a natural gorge with a wonderful circular walk where a variety of mixed woodland can be found, together with the Falls of Moness which tumble through the gorge. The area has an excellent range of diversity with dramatic heather mountains and rolling hills and pasture. Perthshire is renowned as one of Scotlands most magnificent and inspiring areas and provides something for everyone, whether that is adventure, exploring, relaxing, nature or history. The area offers complete escapism and a variety of outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, golf, hiking, canoeing and bird watching, and contains a rich and diverse range of wildlife, notably the red squirrel.
For golfers, this particular area of highland Perthshire offers a diverse range of courses including golf at the local 18 hole Aberfeldy Golf Club, further courses include the 18 hole course at Taymouth Castle, the 18 hole golf course in Pitlochry and The Blair Atholl Golf Club. Water sports may be enjoyed on Loch Tay at Kenmore where the marina, with purpose built facilities, offers sailing, canoeing and kayaking and the surrounding hills and glens offer ample routes for hill walking. The magnificent Loch Tay also provides spectacular views, with Ben Lawers located on its north shore, and the river Tay offers excellent salmon fishing. Nearby Strathtay is on the national cycle network and for the walking enthusiast Strathtay is part of the Rob Roy Way with a track leading to Pitlochry. Fishing pools are on the river Tay at Pincastle, Grandtully and Findynate and there is easy access to the Grandtully rapids.
Perth is the closest city where a variety of shopping facilities are available from retail parks to well known high street shops, major supermarkets and a variety of independent retailers, hospital, railway station, library, health and fitness centres.
Independent schools can be found at Strathallan, Morrisons Academy and Glenalmond School for boys and girls, prep schools at Ardvreck and Craigclowan and Kilgraston School for girls. There is a mainline train station at Pitlochry and Dunkeld with direct services to Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth and a sleeper service to London Euston from Dunkeld.
Tigh Mhuillean is an attractive stone cottage with a good sized rear garden and attached outbuilding offering great potential. The house would benefit from being upgraded or refurbished and offers a great opportunity. Presently, there is a sitting room with an open fire and integral display cabinet. The dual aspect breakfasting kitchen has a range of wall and base units and the adjacent utility area provides useful storage space. There is a further room to the front which has been used as a fourth bedroom, however could be a reception room. There are three bedrooms on the first floor, two having a fireplace and one with partial timber panelled walls. The bathroom is located on the ground floor and there is a wc on the first floor.
The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: hall, sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, utility area, bathroom, fourth bedroom / reception room
First Floor: three bedrooms, wc
There is a small low maintenance garden to the front. The impressively generous rear garden is enclosed and laid to lawn with a gravelled area and a patio. There is vehicular access from the front to the rear garden allowing for off street parking or the storing of a boat or caravan. Attached to the house is a good sized outbuilding for storage, use as workshops, garages or potential conversion (subject to planning permission and consents).
In addition, there is a small area of ground opposite the house and running adjacent to Mill Street.
Access to the property from the public highway is over a private unmade road shared with adjacent properties. Liability for maintenance and repair of this should be checked with the vendors solicitor.