Glasclune Cottage sits in a superb and elevated position above the hamlet of Kinloch in the County of Perthshire. Blairgowrie lies approximately 3 miles to the south-east and provides comprehensive facilities and services including doctors surgery, cottage hospital, primary …
Glasclune Cottage sits in a superb and elevated position above the hamlet of Kinloch in the County of Perthshire. Blairgowrie lies approximately 3 miles to the south-east and provides comprehensive facilities and services including doctor’s surgery, cottage hospital, primary and secondary schools, supermarkets, independent retailers, banks and library. Dunkeld on the banks of the River Tay lies approximately 11 miles to the south-west with its ancient Cathedral and an abundance of specialist retailers and coffee shops. In addition, neighbouring Birnam has a railway station providing regular services to the north and south. Dunkeld and Birnam Golf Club is one of the most picturesque in Perthshire. Indoor swimming pools can be found at the Dunkeld House Hotel and Erigmore Estate.
The City of Perth provides national retailers, banks, restaurants, swimming pool, cinema, theatre, concert hall and both railway and bus stations. Dundee, about 22 miles to the south east has two universities, the Olympia swimming pool, shopping centres, train and bus station and airport with links to London Stansted.
The Blairgowrie Golf Club hosts the championship Rosemount golf course whilst Dunkeld provides an 18 hole course. The Loch of the Lowes Nature Reserve is renowned for its ospreys and other wildlife whilst the surrounding hills and glens give varied and interesting routes for walkers. For the winter sport enthusiast the slopes of Glenshee lie to the north. Running along the minor road and onwards to the north is part of the Cateran trail, a delightful 60 mile (100km) walk in Perthshire which runs from Blairgowrie through Glen Isla and up to Spittal of Glenshee.
Glasclune Cottage is a delightful stone built house with many traditional features and benefits from good sized reception space. The striking kitchen family room with an open fireplace together with shaker style storage units, integrated dishwasher and a Belfast sink provides flexible and relaxing entertaining space.
The adjacent sitting room with a beautiful bay window and a dual aspect has views over the gardens and countryside beyond together with timber panelled walls and an open fireplace. There are two double bedrooms, bedroom 1 benefits from having a dual aspect, natural light and countryside views from the deep bay window. A study is adjacent which had previously been an en-suite and this offers flexibility of use.
The remaining accommodation includes a utility, shower room, family bathroom with timber panelled walls and side entrance vestibule with generous storage capacity. A loft storage space is accessed from an external staircase to the east of the house.
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule, Kitchen Dining Room, Sitting Room, Two Bedrooms, Study, Shower Room, Utility.
First Floor: Loft Room
The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with a range of mature shrubs and trees, offering privacy with outstanding country views. There is a burn that runs through the garden with wooden bridge over. A log store and timber shed are located within the garden. A gravelled area to the front provides space for seating and enjoying the views.