Bruachmor lies in the heart of Perthshire with good access to the towns of Crieff, 8 miles to the north west and Auchterarder, 4 miles to the south, both providing good day-to-day facilities. Crieff has two supermarkets, medical centre, …
Bruachmor lies in the heart of Perthshire with good access to the towns of Crieff, 8 miles to the north west and Auchterarder, 4 miles to the south, both providing good day-to-day facilities. Crieff has two supermarkets, medical centre, veterinary surgery, banks, Post Office, primary schools and a community campus with secondary school, swimming pool, recreation centre and library.
Auchterarder offers two butchers, well-stocked small supermarket, bank, ironmonger and chemists, together with primary and secondary schools, library, health centre and cottage hospital.
There are excellent independent schools in the area, including Ardvreck Preparatory School and Morrison’s Academy both in Crieff, Glenalmond to the north of Methven, Strathallan in Forgandenny, Craigclowan in Perth and Kilgraston in Bridge of Earn. All are within a practical school run.
Perth offers a modern concert hall, popular theatre, cinema, national retailers, leisure centre, ice-rink and both railway and bus stations. Daytime and overnight trains to London are available at Gleneagles Station, about 7 miles to the south. Edinburgh and Glasgow, with their international airports, can be reached in about an hour’s journey by car.
Dundee is within a 45 minute drive, where there are two universities, shopping centres and airport roviding regular links to London Stansted.
Perthshire is a popular county offering a wealth of recreational activities for hacking, hill walking, skiing, mountaineering and water sports whilst field sports may be taken locally. There are numerous golf courses nearby including an 18 hole course at Crieff and a nine-hole course in nearby Muthill; Gleneagles Hotel is within easy reach and provides three championship courses, swimming pool, gym, equestrian centre, shooting school and restaurants.
Bruachmor is a newly constructed detached family home which has been thoughtfully planned to offer a bespoke design to create a user friendly layout incorporating tasteful and high quality fixtures and fittings. The timber framed construction was supplied by Rob Roy Homes and all window frames are of timber construction, supplied by Allan Brothers. The house has a natural slate finish to the roof, the walls are rendered and there is cast stone cladding to part of the southerly elevation. Stained vertical board and batten timber lining has been installed to the garage walls.
The reception space is particularly appealing with a south facing sitting room located to the front which has a door leading onto a patio and views to the Ochils from the room and patio can be enjoyed. There is an impressive kitchen open onto a dining area and family room to the rear which has an abundance of natural light and views and direct access into the rear gardens. The kitchen benefits from a solid oak work surface, Quooker boiling water tap, Franke sink, NEFF appliances which include an extractor hood, dishwasher, induction hob, double oven, single oven, and warming drawer.
There is an island unit which has a breakfast bar and pop-up sockets. Colour changing uplighters enhance the atmosphere within the dining area.
Bedroom 5 is located on the ground floor, there is a home office and a generous boot room which has space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and access into the double garage. An under stairs cupboard has the heating and hot water control.
There are four bedrooms on the first floor and the master bedroom benefits from a good sized dressing room as well as an en-suite. A shower room is located on the ground floor and there is a family bathroom on the first floor, the taps and showers are from Grohe. The first floor cupboard benefits from plumbing for a washing machine.
Newly installed carpets have been laid and there is engineered oak flooring to the home office, sitting room, hallway, kitchen and dining area/family room. Bruachmor has internet, television and satellite cables laid to all bedrooms, the home office and dining room. Telephone points have been installed within the home office, master bedroom and hallway. The house has an excellent thermal performance and performed especially well in air tightness tests.
The integral double garage has an electric roller door, sockets and lights. Above the garage is a loft area which has lights and power. The garage and garage loft are both fully insulated. A pedestrian access door is also available into the garage from the garden.
Bruachmor will be sold with a 10 year Build-Zone structural warranty (subject to a final inspection by their surveyor upon completion).
The accommodation comprises:-
Ground Floor: Entrance reception hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Area/Family Room, Bedroom 5/Snug, Home Office, Shower Room, Boot Room, Cupboard, Double Garage
First Floor: 4 Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, En-Suite and Dressing Room to Master Bedroom, Cupboard
There are extensive gardens surrounding the house, a patio is positioned to the south elevation by the sitting room and a further patio is located by the dining area to the rear. The garden has been sown with grass and allows for the new owner to carry out further landscaping to their own design. A non-exclusive right of access leading from the public road will be granted over the driveway shown coloured hatched in brown and blue on the draft deed plan. A sweeping drive to the rear leads to the double garage where there is plenty of parking space. The rear garden is particularly generously sized and offers scope and flexibility for creative landscaping. The land lying across the public road from the property, shown coloured yellow on the draft deed plan, will be owned and maintained jointly between Bruachmor and the neighbouring house to the west.