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Telemark sits approximately one mile to the south-west of the village of Kirkmichael in a secluded and peaceful situation. Telemark is well placed to enjoy the numerous opportunities Perthshire has to offer. The county is often referred to as ...
Telemark sits approximately one mile to the south-west of the village of Kirkmichael in a secluded and peaceful situation. Telemark is well placed to enjoy the numerous opportunities Perthshire has to offer. The county is often referred to as the gateway to the highlands, with opportunities for walking, climbing and mountain biking. The Cateran trail passes through Kirkmichael and provides easy access to the fantastic Perthshire countryside. The country sports enthusiasts are also well catered for with shooting, fishing and stalking all being available locally. The ski slopes of Glenshee can be accessed within half an hour by car. For golfers there are local courses at Pitlochry and numerous courses at Blairgowrie including the Landsdowne championship course.
Kirkmichael provides a village store, hotels and a highly regarded primary school. The village has an active rural community, with Strathardle Highland Gathering and Agricultural Show being extremely popular. The property sits equidistant between Pitlochry and Blairgowrie which both offer secondary schooling and provide an excellent range of day to day amenities. Pitlochry train station is a half hour drive away and has mainline connections to Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as a sleeper service to London.
The cities of Dundee and Perth offer a wide array 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 a further range of city amenities including international airports.
Telemark is an attractive Norwegian-style cabin with a south-facing aspect. The property has a highly durable turf roof and provides well proportioned accommodation. The bright kitchen/sitting/dining room is a warm and welcoming space with the central fire being the focal point. Patio doors provide access to the garden from here which is ideal for enjoying the warm summer evenings. The hallway leads to a double bedroom, twin room, single bedroom and family bathroom. The rear porch area provides excellent storage for coats and boots with a WC off.
Adjoining the cabin to rear is an enclosed carport with log store. Lying adjacent is a gravelled parking area with ample space for multiple cars. The property is bound by its own garden grounds and amenity land, extending to approximately 6.44 acres. The grounds are a combination of grass and heather with some mature trees which extend down in front of the property to the Balnald burn. The grounds play host to a wide variety of local wildlife including red squirrels, deer and numerous birds.
SERVICES, COUNCIL TAX AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE
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