Set to the north of the River Ardle, Tulloch enjoys impressive views of the surrounding Strathardle Valley giving the property a feeling of space and tranquillity. Perthshire is renowned for its picturesque landscape and offers numerous opportunities for the …
Set to the north of the River Ardle, Tulloch enjoys impressive views of the surrounding Strathardle Valley giving the property a feeling of space and tranquillity. Perthshire is renowned for its picturesque landscape and offers numerous opportunities for the outdoor pursuit enthusiast including hill walking, climbing and mountain biking.
Shooting fishing and stalking can all be taken locally with the ski slopes of Glenshee being a short drive to the north. The village of Kirkmichael is about a 5 minute drive away and offers a range of local amenities including a community run village shop, post office and small café. Strathardle Highland Gathering and Agriculture Show are extremely popular events held every August. The nearby town of Pitlochry offers a good range of independent retailers along with numerous restaurants, schooling, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices as well as Pitlochry Festival Theatre and iconic fish ladder.
The cities of Perth and Dundee provide a good range of big city amenities including national retailers and extensive leisure facilities. To the south, the City of Edinburgh has an international airport and Pitlochry benefits from a train station with regular sleeper services to London.
Tulloch is a traditionally built family home enjoying a
south-facing aspect nestled within the Strathardle Valley. Tulloch has in the past been run as a bed and breakfast establishment but more recently has been a family home.
Tulloch provides well-proportioned and flexible
accommodation, which lying over two floors, comprises:
Hall, sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, study, conservatory, 2 double bedrooms with en-suites
2 double bedrooms with en-suites
Adjoining the main house are a range of outbuildings which have been converted to provide utility room and art gallery with associated stores. These buildings would be ideally suited for future developments to create a home office or additional annex accommodation subject to obtaining the necessary consents. To the west of the house is a timber built stable block providing 2 stables and tack room.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
Tulloch is bound on 3 sides by its own grounds. It has a good sized gravelled parking area and hardcore yard area to the south. An enclosed lawned garden bound by mature trees and with paddock to the east with pond.
From Pitlochry, head north on the A92 signposted Blairgowrie. Follow the road for approximately 9.5 miles and Tulloch is located on your right hand side.
From Blairgowrie, head north on the A93 turning left at Bridge of Cally on to the A924 signposted Pitlochry. Follow the road for approximately 9.5 miles passing through the villages of Ballintuim and Kirkmichael. Shortly after passing through Enochdhu, Tulloch is located on your left hand side.