Meadows of Fungarth is close to Dunkeld & Birnam golf course and a short distance to the popular village of Dunkeld, among the best preserved and most historic villages in Scotland. It has a thriving community, with an excellent …
Meadows of Fungarth is close to Dunkeld & Birnam golf course and a short distance to the popular village of Dunkeld, among the best preserved and most historic villages in Scotland. It has a thriving community, with an excellent range of amenities.
Along with a good selection of cafes, restaurants and specialist retailers, there is a supermarket, a medical centre, two dental surgeries and a well-regarded primary school. An organic vegetable-growing project and a community orchard, both run by volunteers, supply fresh produce for residents. Dunkeld Cathedral, with its stunning riverside setting, was founded in the 13th century on the site of a former monastery. It is still the parish church and hosts concerts during the year. Dunkeld and neighbouring Birnam have a dynamic arts and music scene, with a diverse programme of theatre and music staged at the Birnam Arts centre.
The surrounding area has many beautiful walks, great tracks for cyclists and plenty of fishing for anglers. Loch of the Lowes, also within walking distance is a designated wildlife reserve. Dunkeld and Birnam Golf Club is one of the most picturesque in Perthshire. Indoor swimming pools can be found at the Dunkeld House Hotel and Erigmore Estate. The nearby Hermitage and Tay Forest Park have some of Scotland’s tallest trees and offer farreaching views to the lochs and mountains of the Highlands.
Edinburgh and Glasgow are little more than an hour away by car. The train station at Birnam has regular services to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and a nightly sleeper train to London. Buses to state
and independent schools all make stops in Dunkeld.
Meadows of Fungarth, presents a rare opportunity to purchase a charming stone built, double fronted cottage with a slated roof. There is superb scope to modernise, refurbish and possibly extend (subject to
necessary planning and consents). The sitting room, with a dual aspect outlook has an open fireplace and the adjacent kitchen, also with a dual aspect has a door leading directly into the garden. The double bedroom is situated on the ground floor along with the bathroom. A steep staircase leads to two attic rooms, each with heavily restricted head height and both have character exposed timber floors and walls. Both rooms have been previously used as occasional guest bedrooms.
Ground Floor: Sitting room, Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom
First Floor: Two attic rooms
The garden grounds surrounding Meadows of Fungarth benefit from mature woodland, grassland and views onto the adjacent countryside. The grounds are enclosed and parking is located directly to the rear of the cottage. The gardens provide an opportunity for further landscaping to suit the new owner or left as they are which blend well with the