Mo Dhachaidh sits within the peaceful rural hamlet of Bridgent of Lethnot, nestled at the foot of Glen Lethnot within the county of Angus. The famous Angus Glens offer numerous opportunities for walking and cycling. There are numerous opportunities …
Mo Dhachaidh sits within the peaceful rural hamlet of Bridgent of Lethnot, nestled at the foot of Glen Lethnot within the county of Angus. The famous Angus Glens offer numerous opportunities for walking and cycling. There are numerous opportunities for stalking and shooting locally also.
The cottage sits a short distance to the north of the west water a tributary of the River North Esk. The village of Edzell sits approximately 5 miles to the west and provides a good range of local amenities including a Post Office, Spar, coffee shops and pubs.
Primary schooling is available in Edzell with secondary schooling being provided at Brechin High School. There are also a number of private schools within easy reach including Lathallan School and The High School of Dundee. Locally Golf courses are available at Edzell and Brechin with as well as the Championship course at Carnoustie.
Brechin is a 15 minute drive to the south and provides a good number of independent and national retailers as well as supermarkets and a range of business services. The Cities of Dundee and Aberdeen can be reached in approximately 40 minutes by car and offer a wealth of big City amenities with Aberdeen offering an International Airport.
Mo Dhachaidh is a delightful rural bungalow providing good sized family accommodation. There is a good sized reception hall leading to the sitting room with log burner as well as providing access to the bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen. The breakfasting kitchen is very much the heart of the home with impressive views to the west with the surrounding countryside towards Cairrny Hill. Off the kitchen is a useful utility room and back door.
The accommodation comprises:
3 double bedrooms, sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, family bathroom and utility room
The property sits within its own enclosed garden grounds which are predominately down to lawn with a number of trees and bushes providing shelter and a good sized gravelled parking area. Within the garden grounds is an impressive timber bothy currently utilised for storage. However, it may suit adaptation to form a studio or home office.
From Edzell exit onto Lethnott Road signposted Bridgend of Lethnott. Follow the road for approximately 5 miles until you enter the hamlet of Bridgend with Mo Dhachaidh being situated on the left hand side before the primary school.