The plot sits within Pitnacree Estate, half a mile to the east of the village of Strathtay within the County of Perthshire. Strathtay is a vibrant village on the northern banks of the River Tay. The area is renowned …
The plot sits within Pitnacree Estate, half a mile to the east of the village of Strathtay within the County of Perthshire. Strathtay is a vibrant village on the northern banks of the River Tay. The area is renowned for its picturesque scenery with excellent opportunities for walking and cycling including numerous paths within the Tay Forest Park.
The village of Strathtay offers a Spar convenience store with Post Office and Strathtay Golf Club. A short walk across the River Tay is Grandtully home to the Highland Chocolatier and 2 restaurants, The Inn on the Tay and the Grandtully Hotel. There are fishing pools on the River Tay at Pitcastle, Grandtully and Findynate and there is easy access to the Grandtully rapids. Water sports may be enjoyed on Loch Tay which also provides opportunities for fishing. In addition to the golf course at Strathtay, there is a further 9-hole golf course in Aberfeldy, an 18-hole course at Dunkeld with the Championship course at Rosemount in Blairgowrie being a ½ hour drive.
Aberfeldy lies some 5 miles to the west and provides good day-to-day amenities including a supermarket, bank, baker, butcher and other individual retailers. In addition, there is Breadalbane Academy providing nursery, primary and secondary education together with sports facilities including a swimming pool, available to the community.
Pitlochry is situated about 10 miles to the north-east with its mainline railway station offering regular daily services to the north and south, a range of shops and services together with Pitlochry Festival Theatre known as “The Theatre in the Hills”, offering a range of productions throughout the year.
Perth can be reached in about 35 minutes by car and has a number of national retailers, banks, leisure facilities, restaurants and concert hall. Edinburgh can be reached in approximately 1½ hours by car and offers a wide range of big City amenities including an international airport.
The plot is the site of the former sawmill within Pitnacree Estate and enjoys and elevated situation on the northern banks of the River Tay. Planning Permission was granted on 9th March 2021 to develop the existing buildings to create a 1½ storey family home and annexe building.
The proposed house designed by McKenzie Strickland Associates, Aberfeldy, comprises the following accommodation:
Open Plan kitchen/living/dining area, 2 double bedrooms, family bathroom, utility room and entrance vestibule.
Double bedroom with ensuite.
Open plan room with kitchenette and shower room.
The site has been designed to incorporate attractive enclosed garden grounds with a terraced area connecting the annexe to the main house.
Detailed Planning Consent was granted on 9th March 2021 to develop the existing steading buildings into a residential home with annexe. Further details can be found on Perth and Kinross Council’s planning portal under ref 20/01700/FLL.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION PACK
Copies of the Planning Consent, associated plans and tree and bat surveys are all available upon request from the Selling Agent.
It is understood that mains water and electric are located in close proximity to the site. Drainage would be by means of private septic tank.
Viewings are strictly by appointment only through the Selling Agents. All enquiries or requests for further information should be directed to the sole selling Agents, Galbraith, Lynedoch House, Barossa Place, Perth PH1 5EP telephone 01738 451111 email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the A9 exit at Ballinluig signposted Aberfeldy. Follow the A827 passing through Logierait. Continue on the road for approximately 2 ½ miles turning right signposted Pitnacree/Strathtay. After approximately 0.3 miles you will enter the hamlet of Pitnacree. Before leaving the hamlet, on the right hand side is the entrance to Pitnacree Estate. Access up the main drive and the plot is located on your right hand side.