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Loch Cottage

Balnakilly, Kirkmichael, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10 7NB

Sold


  • Two-storey cottage in need of refurbishment

  • Permanent pasture land

  • Well maintained woodland

  • Amenity ground

  • Private Loch

  • Fishing on the River Ardle

GENERAL
Nestled in a delightful rural situation to the north-west of the village of Kirkmichael within the county of Perthshire, Loch Cottage embraces everything this part of Perthshire has to offer. The Cateran Trail passes within metres of the property …

GENERAL
Nestled in a delightful rural situation to the north-west of the village of Kirkmichael within the county of Perthshire, Loch Cottage embraces everything this part of Perthshire has to offer. The Cateran Trail passes within metres of the property and presents great opportunities for walking and mountain biking. For country sports enthusiasts shooting, fishing and stalking can all be taken locally. The ski slopes of Glenshee can be accessed within half an hour by car and there are golf courses located at Pitlochry and Blairgowrie.

A fifteen minute walk away is the village of Kirkmichael which provides a village store, hotels and a highly regarded primary school. Kirkmichael has a strong community spirit, with one of the highlights of the year being the Strathardle Highland Gathering and Agricultural Show. Both Pitlochry and Blairgowrie provide an excellent range of day to day amenities including Doctors, Dentists, Vets, supermarkets and a wide array of independent retailers. Primary schooling is available at Kirkmichael Primary School which is highly regarded with secondary schooling being available in Pitlochry and Blairgowrie. Pitlochry train station has mainline connections to Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as a sleeper service to London.

The cities of Dundee and Perth offer a wide variety of services and amenities, with Dundee hosting two Universities and an airport with regular flights to London Stansted. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in approximately two hours by car and host an extensive range of city amenities, including international airports.

DESCRIPTION
Loch Cottage offers purchasers an ideal opportunity to create their ideal rural retreat. The traditionally built two-storey stone cottage has historically been utilised as a holiday let. However in recent years has fallen into a state of disrepair and now requires substantial renovation. The cottage enjoys a south-facing aspect with the accommodation currently comprising:

Ground Floor
Two reception rooms, kitchen and larder

First Floor
Two double bedrooms and family bathroom

Adjoining the cottage is a traditional stone byre which may lend itself to further development subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Consents.

To the front of the cottage are enclosed garden grounds predominately down to lawn with parking. The cottage sits in an elevated position with an expansive paddock extending to approximately 13.75 acres, designated as permanent pasture and currently utilised for grazing by the neighbouring farmer. Beyond the paddock is an area of rough grazing leading down to the River Ardle.

Beyond the cottage is the Loch, an idyllic spot bound immediately by amenity ground and a number of semi-mature trees. Beyond the Loch is approximately 18 acres of well established coniferous woodland with the remainder of the land made up of broadleaf woodland and rough grazings.
The property extends to its north-eastern border to the mid-point of the River Ardle and included within the sale are the fishing rights for brown trout and salmon.

SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE
Water Private
The private water supply to the site is in a poor state and works would be required to restore it. Alternatively the sellers are seeking quotations for the installation of a bore hole at the site. Further details are available from the selling agents.
Electricity Mains
Heating Solid Fuel
Drainage Private
EPC G

DIRECTIONS
From Blairgowrie follow the A93 north until you reach Bridge of Cally. Upon entering the town turn left after the bridge signposted Kirkmichael/Ballintuim, follow the road for approximately 7 miles and you will reach the village of Kirkmichael. Turn left over the bridge and the road then veers to the right, take the turning to continue straight ahead. Follow the private access track for approximately 0.8 miles and bear right following the signs for the Cateran Trail and Loch Cottage is approximately 350yards down the track.
NB – there is a share maintenance obligation in regard to the access road according to use.