Craigvockin is walking distance from the centre of Killin, an attractive village, with the magnificent Falls of Dochart at its centre. Killin offers a range of day to day amenities, including individual retailers, chemist, doctors surgery, hotels and post office, …
Craigvockin is walking distance from the centre of Killin, an attractive village, with the magnificent Falls of Dochart at its centre. Killin offers a range of day to day amenities, including individual retailers, chemist, doctor’s surgery, hotels and post office, together with a primary school, whilst secondary schooling is available at McLaren High School in Callander.
The town of Callander can be reached in approximately 30 minutes by car and offers excellent facilities including two supermarkets, butcher, baker, dentist surgery and numerous independent retailers. Crianlarich lies within a 20 minute car journey to the south-west with its railway station providing daily services, whilst Aberfeldy lies about 20 miles to the north-east with an excellent range of shops and the very popular Birks of Aberfeldy cinema. The historic City of Stirling, with its famous castle, lies to the south and offers a full range of amenities, including a shopping centre, restaurants, cinema and both railway and bus stations. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in approximately a 1.5 hour journey by car and both offer a full range of city amenities, including international airports. There are a wealth of recreational activities on the doorstep of Craigvockin, including water sports and sailing on Loch Tay, a variety of tracks in the surrounding hills and glens for walking and mountain biking, whilst fishing, shooting and stalking can all be taken locally. For the golfer, there are 9 hole courses in Killin, Aberfeldy and at Mains of Taymouth near Kenmore, with an 18 hole course in Callander.
Craigvockin comprises a most attractive terraced cottage overlooking the famous Falls of Dochart. The property is of stone construction with a white wash under a slate roof. The property has a number of charming features including bespoke cabinet making, parquet flooring, exposed beam, a traditional serving hatch and brick fireplaces. The property requires some modernisation but its charm will have wide appeal. Of particular note is the outlook over the Falls of Dochart and the generous gardens to the rear with countryside walks beyond.
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Inner hallway with under stair storage. Galley kitchen with glazed door to garden at the rear. Living room/dining room with fireplace, cabinets and dual aspect. Second reception room or ground floor bedroom with open fireplace with brick surround and tiled hearth, dual aspect. Family bathroom with apple green tiles to dado height (bath, WC and WHB). Stairs to:
First Floor: Generous landing with integrated storage, suitable for conversion into a fourth room or study subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Master bedroom with exposed beam and dormer window overlooking the Falls of Dochart, view to the rear over the hills and woodlands beyond. Two further bedrooms.
Gardens: The terraced garden to the rear comprises of a paved patio immediately accessed from the kitchen. Steps and a paved pathway lead past a herbaceous garden with an ornamental central tree, enclosed by beech hedging, shrubs and perimeter fencing. Beyond this lies an extensive garden, predominantly laid to lawn with two mature trees and perimeter hedging.
Outbuildings: Garden store. Coal Shed. Potting shed.