Westerlea enjoys an attractive rural setting some 3 miles to the north of the village of Methven and about a mile to the east of Glenalmond College in the county of Perthshire. The City of Perth can be reached …
Westerlea enjoys an attractive rural setting some 3 miles to the north of the village of Methven and about a mile to the east of Glenalmond College in the county of Perthshire. The City of Perth can be reached in about a 20 minute journey by car from where the trunk road network gives convenient access to Dundee via the A90, Edinburgh by the M90 and Stirling and Glasgow via the A9. The village of Methven provides good day to day services including a Post Office, village shop, doctors surgery and primary school. The town of Crieff, lying some 11 miles instead to the west, provides more extensive facilities including a supermarket, veterinary surgery, secondary school and recreational centre with swimming pool and library.
The Crieff Hydro Hotel offers sporting facilities to members together with restaurants and equestrian centre. The Crieff Golf Club, lying on the edge of the town, offers 27 holes with spectacular views and challenging play for all levels. Perth, known as the Fair City, offers a broad range of services including national retailers, banks, supermarkets, theatre, concert hall together with a sports centre and the Dewars ice rink home to the renowned Perth Curling Club. Nearby Scone offers the Scone racecourse and the Doo’cot Cricket Club. There are a number of independent schools within Perthshire. These include Glenalmond College, just a short distance from Westerlea itself, both Morrison’s Academy and Ardvrek in Crieff, whilst Craigclowan in Perth and both Kilgraston and Strathallan to the south of Perth are within a daily commute. Perthshire is a county offering beautiful countryside including rolling farmland and dramatic mountain ranges with a plethora of outdoor pursuits on the doorstep. These including hillwalking, mountain biking routes and numerous golf courses, with the ski slopes of Glenshee lying about an hour and a half to the north of Westerlea.
Westerlea sits in a quiet rural setting with neighbouring properties immediately to the east. It is currently under construction and due to be completed September 2020. Once completed, it will be a well-proportioned bungalow providing flexible accommodation. From the entrance hall, double doors will lead to the open plan family room with dining area and kitchen, enjoying a double aspect and a second door to the utility room from where there is access directly to both the garden and integral garage. The sitting room will lie to the north of the house with a pair of windows looking immediately over the garden with French windows to a west facing terrace. The bedrooms lie to the west of the house, each benefitting from an en-suite.
The construction of Westerlea has been designed such to include attic trusses in half the roof space together with allocated space on the ground floor to allow a stairwell to be included and rooms over the first floor.
The proposed accommodation of Westerlea will comprise: Hall, Open Plan Kitchen with Dining area and Seating Area, Utility Room, Sitting Room, 3 Bedrooms (all en-suite) & double garage
Westerlea sits within a plot extending to about 0.37 acres. As the house is currently under construction the garden ground is undeveloped and offers a blank canvass in which to create a garden of choice.
The construction of the building is covered by a 10 year NHBC.