Kingoldrum, Kirriemuir, Angus, DD8 5HW

Offers Over £450,000

Bedroom Count icon 3

Reception Count icon 2

  • 2 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms
  • Pretty traditional mill house with lovely reception spaces
  • Former mill buildings which offer superb opportunities
  • Well maintained colourful garden with lovely mill ponds
  • Amenity paddock suitable for various uses
  • Highly commutable location for Dundee, Perth and Aberdeen.

SITUATIONMillburn is situated in the pretty hamlet of Kingoldrum, 4 miles east of Kirriemuir. Kirriemuir, a burgh in Angus, is equipped with an extensive range of day-to-day facilities such as a supermarket, primary and secondary education, medical, dental and veterinary practices, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants. Dundee is the closest city and is only 35 minutes drive to the city centre which is well equipped with amenities with a wide range of local and national retailers, restaurants and cafes, private and independent schooling, two universities, the V&A Museum and an airport with daily flights to London. The city of Aberdeen can be reached in approximately 60 minutes by car with its broad and vibrant city amenities.Angus offers a breadth of recreational opportunities and Millburn is ideally placed to make the most this vibrant county has to offer. The nearby Angus Glens provide a myriad of walking and cycling trails and a number of Munros all within easy reach. For the golfer, there are courses at Kirriemuir, Alyth, Blairgowrie and Forfar.DESCRIPTIONMillburn mill house is a spacious south facing traditional house of stone construction under a pitched slate roof. The ground floor vestibule leads to a generous sitting room, kitchen, larder and sunroom benefiting from lovely views overlooking the immaculate gardens. There is also a utility room, family bathroom and a generous store room which could provide further accommodation. The first floor hosts two well-proportioned double bedrooms with ample storage space as well as a further single bedroom with integrated wardrobe. These bedrooms are facilitated by a family bathroom and generous storage cupboard.The accommodation comprises:Ground Floor: Vestibule, Sitting Room, Kitchen with Larder, Sunroom, Utility Room, Family Bathroom.First Floor: Two Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Storage Cupboard.Adjacent to the house is the former mill buildings which have been very well maintained and provide a superb opportunity for renovation or development subject to the appropriate permissions. They currently consist of a range of workshops and stores as well as a study and a garden room. The mill buildings can be accessed off the main road or via the gravel driveway.GARDEN (AND GROUNDS)Millburn sits within its own beautiful garden grounds which have been well maintained and provide a myriad of colour throughout the summer months. Formal lawns to the front of the house and mill buildings run down to the Cromie Burn which has the traditional mill ponds still in place. On the other side of the burn there are a series of paths leading through lovely borders filled with a range of shrubs, including a wide variety of rhododendrons. Millburn benefits from a private driveway with ample parking for multiple cars.To the east of the buildings there is a paddock which could provided extended gardens, a space to keep livestock or be used for future development, subject to the necessary permissions.