2 Arthurstone House is situated in a beautiful setting within 35 acres of communal grounds and is within a short drive to the village of Meigle with a convenience store, Post Office and additional village amenities. The popular Ardler …
2 Arthurstone House is situated in a beautiful setting within 35 acres of communal grounds and is within a short drive to the village of Meigle with a convenience store, Post Office and additional village amenities. The popular Ardler Tavern is about 1 mile to the south and Glamis Castle with its gardens and multiple events throughout the year is located about 8 miles to the north east. Comprehensive facilities and shops can be found at the nearby towns of Coupar Angus, Blairgowrie and Alyth.
Perth and Dundee each provide extensive city amenities including a railway station, cinemas, theatres, concert halls, retail parks and high street shopping. In Dundee there are two universities, together with an airport providing regular links to London Stansted.
Secondary schooling can be found at Perth Academy, Perth Grammar School or Perth High School, with independent schools at the High School of Dundee, Strathallan, Morrison’s Academy, Glenalmond School and prep schools at Ardvreck and Craigclowan and Kilgraston School for girls.
Perthshire is a county offering a wealth of recreational opportunities. For the winter sport enthusiast the ski slopes of Glenshee can be reached in about an hour by car. For golfers, there are three courses at Perth, Piperdam, Rosemount in Blairgowrie, two courses in Alyth and numerous championship courses at St Andrews. St Andrews, about 26 miles south-east, is an historic university town and known globally as the home of golf. An excellent choice of restaurants and retail is available as well as beautiful coastal walks. In addition to golf, Piperdam also has a leisure club with a swimming pool and gym. The world renowned Gleneagles golf resort can be reached in 60 minutes by car. Walking and cycling may be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside and the nearby hills and glens of both Perthshire and Angus provide a rich environment for wildlife.
2 Arthurstone House offers all the benefits of modern living whilst retaining many fine period features. Located on the ground floor of Arthurstone House with its own private entrance from the main courtyard, the property offers generous reception space throughout.
The impressive dining hall has a beautiful feature arch and offers ample space for dining, seating and an office area. The contemporary kitchen off the main hall has been upgraded by the current owners and features a gas fired Aga, boiling water tap, microwave and American style fridge freezer along with new worktops, flooring and splashback. The main drawing room, formerly the ballroom of Arthurstone House is spectacular with its ornate central fireplace, floor to ceiling windows and rococo plasterwork, a wonderful room for both entertaining and relaxing with access to the shared reception hall to Arthurstone House.
Off the main drawing room is the snug which offers further reception space and could potentially be utilised as a study.
The principal bedroom is naturally bright and benefits from a generous sized dressing room with modern en-suite bathroom. The second bedroom also benefits from an en-suite bathroom and both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes.
The water tower annexe accommodation is set over three floors which are linked with a spiral staircase and would be ideal for guests, an office or studio. There are two bedrooms, one with WC and a kitchenette with shower room on the ground floor. The water tower has underfloor heating and separately metered gas and electricity.
Ground Floor: Drawing room, snug, dining hall, kitchen, principal bedroom with dressing area and en-suite, bedroom 2 with en-suite, cloakroom.
Water Tower: Kitchenette, Shower room, 2 bedrooms, WC.
GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)
The house is set within beautiful grounds of about 35 acres and is accessed from a mature tree lined drive. To the south of the house there are extensive grass parks with views to the Sidlaw Hills beyond. Situated within the grounds are tennis courts and a curling pond. The grounds are well-maintained and are owned by all 15 properties with number 2 benefitting from a private south west facing patio located directly outside the drawing room, offering a wonderful space to enjoy the summer sun.