Tullielarach House enjoys a wonderful elevated and peaceful rural setting with outstanding views. The house was built on the original site of the former distillery and still retains the original stone wall.
Ballinluig, two miles to the west, offers primary schooling, shop and petrol station. Secondary schooling is available at Pitlochry High School. Further private schooling is available within Perthshire including Strathallan School, Glenalmond College, Kilgraston School for girls, Morrison's Academy, Ardvreck and Craigclowan Preparatory Schools.
Nearby Pitlochry plays host to numerous restaurants and coffee shops as well as petrol station, garden nursery, book shop, newsagents, chemist and museums. There is a medical centre, dentist and community hospital. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre showcases numerous events all year with the town also playing host to the annual Etape Caledonia cycling event. Pitlochry has a train station with regular sleeper services to London.
Perthshire, as a county, has a diverse range of outdoor activities on offer including numerous golf courses and opportunities for walking, climbing and mountain biking. Some of the best fishing pools in Scotland are located on the nearby River Tay and water sports can be enjoyed at Loch Tay to the west. There are opportunities locally for shooting and stalking.
Perth can be reached in approximately half an hour by car and has a wide range of amenities including independent and national retailers, cinema, theatre, leisure centre, train and bus stations. Edinburgh can be reached in approximately an hour and a half by car and offers a range of city amenities including an international airport.
Tullielarach is a substantial family home in a peaceful, rural location. The layout offers huge flexibility for modern day living and entertaining. There are three reception rooms on the ground floor, all accessed from the main hall, the rooms are well proportioned and naturally bright with a southerly aspect. The drawing room is of a generous size and is a wonderful space to relax with real fire, triple aspect, wooden floors and a door leading out to the terrace. The dining room has lovely far reaching views and could also be utilised as a family room, the snug has a real fire and is a cosy and welcoming space. The kitchen has a good range of storage units and leads through to the bright conservatory which offers a fine space to enjoy the outstanding country views. There is a downstairs cloakroom, utility and ample storage also off the hall.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms. The principal bedroom is light and airy with an en-suite bathroom, fitted wardrobes and wonderful views. The further three bedrooms are all of a good size with fitted wardrobes, dual aspect and are serviced by a family bathroom with separate WC. The annex accommodation has its own separate entrance and comprises double bedroom, lounge, kitchen and bathroom, perfect for extended family or holiday letting. There is a handy coal store located at the bottom of the annex entrance.
Ground Floor: Vestibule, hall, dining room, snug, drawing room, kitchen, sun room, utility, storage cupboards, WC, coal store.
First Floor: Principal bedroom with en-suite, three bedrooms, family bathroom, annex accommodation comprising: Sitting room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom.
A track leads up to the property and to the front there is plenty of parking and turning space. Adjacent to the house is a traditional outbuilding offering a double garage, workshop with store above, which would be suitable to convert to an office or further accommodation subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
The gardens wrap around the property and are beautifully maintained. A stone terrace accessed from the drawing room offers a lovely space for outside entertaining and to enjoy the surrounding country views. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with a range of mature shrubs and trees. To the north is an attractive woodland dell with small stream which runs through the bottom of the garden and is a lovely feature. There are two fields to the front of the property which could be utilised for paddocks if required.
Heading north on the A9, exit onto the A827 signposted Ballinluig, at the roundabout take the third exit, signposted Ballinluig Services, then take the first right signposted Tulliemet, then turn right for Tulliemet. Follow the road for approximately two miles and Tullielarach is located along the private access track on your left hand side.
Electricity - Mains
Heating - Oil
Water - Private
Drainage - Private