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Craigie , Blairgowrie , Perthshire , PH10 6RG

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Craigie
Blairgowrie
Perthshire
PH10 6RG

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HD Property Video Available. Set amidst some of Perthshire's most picturesque scenery is this immaculately presented 4 bedroom detached bungalow benefiting from oil-fired central heating, a wealth of off-street parking, detached double garage, exceptionally private garden grounds and some simply stunning views towards Loch Clunie and to the surrounding hills and countryside.

The small charming hamlet of Craigie lies at the southern end of Loch Clunie which can be found between the historic town of Blairgowrie and the highly sought-after villages of Dunkeld and Birnam. A haven for those who enjoy the outdoors and the serenity of Highland Perthshire, the area is blessed with a host of outdoor pursuits and facilities including fishing on various nearby lochs and on the famous River Tay, hill walking, shooting and golfing. Road links also gives access to Perth and the dual-carriageway network linking Dundee, Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The main entrance to the property leads into a welcoming central hallway with a useful storage cupboard and cloak room WC. There is also a sizeable loft space. There are three public rooms positioned to the front of the property;  a spacious lounge, a formal dining room and an attractive sun room with all three rooms boasting fine views. The stylish kitchen has been fitted with a high-quality range of base and wall units with NEFF integrated appliances and also gives access into a generous utility room. Off the utility room there is a rear porch with further storage space. There are four bedrooms in total with the large master bedroom also boasting its own modern en-suite bathroom. Completing the accommodation is a further shower room.

The property sits centrally within the generous garden grounds which are predominantly laid with lawn with mature hedging, trees and plants to the boundaries and which also provide a high degree of privacy. There is also a pleasant terrace space which can also be accessed off the lounge and provides space for seating and relaxing and a chance to soak up the tranquillity of the beautiful surroundings and the superb views. A gated entrance leads onto the driveway which leads down to a wealth of off-street parking and the detached garage which is equipped with power and lighting. EPC - E More >

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