Logie Cottage sits in an elevated situation with the hamlet of the Spittal of Glenshee and enjoys attractive views of this Highland Glen. Perthshire is famed for its picturesque scenery and locally there are a number of opportunities for …
Logie Cottage sits in an elevated situation with the hamlet of the Spittal of Glenshee and enjoys attractive views of this Highland Glen. Perthshire is famed for its picturesque scenery and locally there are a number of opportunities for outdoor enthusiast including hill walking, mountain biking, stalking, fishing and shooting. The popular Cataran trail passes through the Spittal of Glenshee and local munros including Glas Maol, Creag Leach, Carn a’ Gheoidh. The Glenshee Ski Centre can be accessed in under 10 minutes by car and there are local golf courses at Dalmunzie and Braemar. The area is rich in wildlife with deer, birds of prey, pheasants, grouse and red squirrels all on the doorstep.
Braemar, famously known for its highland gathering, is 15 miles to the north, with Blairgowrie 20 miles to the south. Both provide good day-to-day amenities with Blairgowrie also having a cottage hospital and supermarkets.
The Fair City of Perth, lying 35 miles to the south, offers a good range of local and national retailers as well as leisure facilities, art gallery and cinema. Dundee is 38 miles away and has a broad range of services including two Universities. Both Cities benefit from a railway station and Dundee has a regular air service to London. The Cities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh can both be reached in approximately 1½ hours by car and offer a wealth of big City amenities including international airports.
Logie Cottage is a traditional detached cottage set over 2 floors with an attractive south-facing aspect.
Entering the cottage from the front there is a sizable porch which leads through to hallway with doors to the breakfasting kitchen and sitting room. The sitting room boasts a number of traditional features including a solid stone fire surround with hearth and timber wall panelling. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms with built in storage cupboards and a family bathroom.
The cottage benefits from double glazing and has been well maintained. Formerly a keeper’s cottage for Dalmunzie Estate, this charming cottage provides an excellent base for use as a full time residence as well as offering the opportunity to be run as a holiday let although now in private ownership.
GARDEN AND GROUNDS
The cottage sits within good sized garden grounds predominately down to lawn with a gravelled parking area and enclosed by a combination of fencing and stonewalls.
Take the A93 from Blairgowrie signposted “Braemar”. Continue on this road for approximately 30 minutes passing through Bridge of Cally and on to the Spittal of Glenshee. On entering the Spittal of Glenshee turn left on to a private access track, continue up the hill, bearing left with the access to the cottage then being signposted “Logie Cottage”.