Creag Raineach

Keltneyburn, Aberfeldy, PH15 2LQ

Offers Over £500,000

11.57 acres

Bedroom Count icon 3

  • 2 reception rooms. 3/4 bedrooms
  • Generous living space
  • Light filled, spacious bedrooms
  • Lovely well maintained garden with summerhouse
  • Paddocks which are ideal for multiple uses
  • Pretty outbuilding with potential for renovation

SITUATION Creag Raineach sits in a superb position overlooking the River Lyon just outside the pretty hamlet of Keltneyburn to the west of Aberfeldy in highland Perthshire. In an area renowned for its natural beauty, with lochs, forests and hills, Creag Raineach enjoys an ideal position to make the most of these stunning natural features. Aberfeldy, Scotland’s first Fairtrade town, lies only 10 minutes drive away and provides a range of excellent amenities with a selection of local and national retailers as well as a bank, supermarket, doctors, dentists, veterinary practice and the well regarded Breadalbane Academy.The local area is a super location for outdoor pursuits with Loch Tay close by for water sports, a myriad of local walking and cycling trails and a diverse range of local golf courses including courses at Aberfeldy, Taymouth Castle, Pitlochry, Blair Atholl and Strathtay. There are three Munros in close proximity, Meall na Aighean, Carn Mairg and Schiehallion. Perthshire is also well known for fishing with many prestigious fish beats in the local area including Pitcastle, Grandtully and Findynate. Tay Forest Park and The Birks of Aberfeldy are also close by with their beautiful ancient trees and stunning walks.The local transport links are excellent, the train stations at Pitlochry and Birnam provide regular services to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness and a nightly sleeper train to London.DESCRIPTION Creag Raineach offers super lateral living which is spacious and offers great flexibility throughout. The generous living room makes the most of the superb views and benefits from a lovely fireplace. The kitchen at the rear of the property has a useful utility room and looks up the hill where Red Deer and other native wildlife can be watched. The dining room adjacent to the kitchen offers superb flexibility as a study or as a fourth bedroom.Creag Raineach has a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and then two further bedrooms, one single and one double, all of which benefit from integrated wardrobe and ample light, and a family bathroom.ACCOMMODATION Living Room, Kitchen Dining Room/Study/Bedroom, Utility Room, Vestibule, Master Bedroom with En-suite, Double Bedroom, Single Bedroom, Family BathroomGARDEN (AND GROUNDS) Creag Raineach sits within a well maintained garden which wraps around the house. To the rear is a patio barbeque area and a summerhouse which makes the most of the stunning views facing down the valley. The front of the house has a generous gravel parking area with room for multiple large cars and there is a single garage/workshop attached to the house which does offer the potential of extension of the existing accommodation, subject to the necessary permissions. The rest of the garden is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and is landscaped to make the most of the stunning views.Further to the garden grounds, Creag Raineach has three paddocks extending to approximately 11.57 acres, two of which are grass and one is rougher hill ground. The paddocks are all well fenced and ideal for multiple uses including livestock, horses or for extended gardens or biodiversity. The property also has a lovely traditional stone outbuilding which, while in need of attention, offers the potential of renovation subject to the necessary permissions.