Moulin House, believed to date from about 1800, was part of Keltneyburn Mill. Originally a corn and woollen mill with a smithy and cottages, the mill is now a small development of delightful houses within this beautiful area of …
Moulin House, believed to date from about 1800, was part of Keltneyburn Mill. Originally a corn and woollen mill with a smithy and cottages, the mill is now a small development of delightful houses within this beautiful area of Highland Perthshire. The historic town of Aberfeldy, Scotland’s first Fairtrade town is within easy reach. There are a selection of independent retailers, bank, supermarket and schooling at the Breadalbane Academy, doctors, dentist and veterinary practices. The town provides many facilities for young families and children with Victoria Park a short walk from the town centre.
The Breadalbane Community Campus offers an excellent range of facilities including a swimming pool, fitness classes, sports hall, gym and squash courts. For golfers, this area offers a diverse range including courses at Aberfeldy, Kenmore, Killin, Pitlochry, Blair Atholl and Strathtay. Water sports may be enjoyed on Loch Tay at Kenmore where the marina with purpose built facilities offers sailing, canoeing and kayaking and the surrounding hills and glens offer ample routes for hill walking. The magnificent Loch Tay also provides spectacular views, with Ben Lawers located on its north shore.
There are numerous opportunities for cycling. The Tay Forest Park is within easy reach and there are fishing pools on the River Tay at Pitcastle, Grandtully and Findynate. A Scottish Wildlife Trust wild flower meadow is a short walk away where 8 species of Orchid can be found, together with other wild flowers and insects. The A9 provides access north to Inverness and south to Perth, the M90, Edinburgh and Glasgow. There is a train station at Birnam and at Pitlochry, which have regular services to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and a sleeper train to London.
Moulin House located in the heart of Keltneyburn is an exceptional stone-fronted but fully modernised home, full of character and impressive features. The house offers generous accommodation over two floors and benefits from a superb waterfront location by the Keltneyburn.
The house has four bedrooms, two shower rooms (one being en-suite), a beautiful sitting room and an open plan breakfasting kitchen with dining area which has stunning views onto the secluded garden and burn beyond. The entrance vestibule with a stone flagged floor provides generous storage space. The sitting room, with a dual aspect, parquet floor, wood burning stove with stone hearth and surround is a welcoming reception area where glazed doors lead into the dining room and kitchen.
By the dining area, doors lead directly into the garden where the burn setting can be enjoyed. The recently installed kitchen benefits from an integrated dishwasher, freezer, oven and induction hob along with a good selection of tasteful storage units, as well as 2 generous pantry style cupboards. There is further storage capacity near the staircase with a combined WC where there is also plumbing for a washing machine.
There are four double bedrooms on the first floor, the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and integrated wardrobes. Bedroom 2 also benefits from integrated wardrobes and a shower room serves the remaining bedrooms. A ceiling hatch in the upstairs landing provides access via an inbuilt extension ladder to the loft offering further generous storage space. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this charming house, which has the rare quality of offering a lot of space while still feeling homely.
The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Vestibule, Sitting Room, Breakfasting Kitchen with Dining Area, WC
First Floor: Four Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower Room, Shower Room
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
There are two allocated car parking spaces for Moulin House, located to the south and directly adjacent to the front entrance to the property and additional private parking space is available closeby.
The garden is situated to the east of the property and runs parallel to the Keltneyburn providing a dramatic and stunning riverfront setting. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with 3 storage sheds, it is partly enclosed with a picket fence and provides areas for seating and dining. Views from the garden over the burn and to the fields beyond can also be enjoyed.