Dairymans House lies on an elevated position which is highly accessible. Glenfarg village, about 2.5 miles to the west has a primary school, village shop, Church, garage, bowling club, recreational park and a popular tennis club. The strong village …
Dairymans House lies on an elevated position which is highly accessible. Glenfarg village, about 2.5 miles to the west has a primary school, village shop, Church, garage, bowling club, recreational park and a popular tennis club. The strong village community utilises the village hall for recreational, social and sporting events including bridge, badminton, Scouts, Guides and Brownies, dance clubs, music events and baby and toddler groups to name a few. In addition, the village has benefitted from a pop-up pub, a community cinema, art exhibitions and Gala days.
The town of Milnathort to the south, is located at the foot of the Ochil Hills, in addition to being near the north shore of Loch Leven where there is a national nature reserve with walking and cycling trails. The town offers many amenities including a nine hole golf course, park, primary school, post office, petrol station, veterinary surgery and retail facilities. Kinross, also located to the south, offers a leisure centre, health centre, secondary school at Loch Leven Community Campus, including modern library and sporting facilities, health centre, leisure centre, swimming pool, squash courts and gym, restaurants, supermarket and independent shops. Transport links with a park and ride facility can be found at Kinross and Halbeath which provide bus services to many local destinations and the majority of Scotland’s cities.
Located to the north is the City of Perth which offers national retailers, concert hall, retail parks, theatre, cinema, leisure pool, ice rink, restaurants, hospitals and both railway and bus stations. The railway station has services to Edinburgh, Dundee, Inverness and Glasgow.
Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are within an hour’s drive and the M90 connects to the national motorway network.
Dairymans House is a detached stone built and white washed, two story house with a predominately slate roof, with a date mark of 1731 which benefits from un-interrupted views across the surrounding countryside. The entrance porch provides useful space for storage and this leads into the dual aspect sitting room which has a wood burning stove. The kitchen, also with a dual aspect has space for a table and the views towards the hills beyond can be enjoyed. An adjacent room could be used as bedroom 3, a dining room, play room or office. The first floor has two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The house has great potential and would benefit from being modernised.
Ground Floor: Porch, Sitting Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Bedroom / Dining Room
First Floor: Two Bedrooms, Bathroom
The garden is predominately located to the south which is enclosed, this is mostly laid to lawn with a gravelled area which is suitable for parking. A generous store is located to the east of the house and accessed from the garden.