HD Video Video Available. 3 Marshall Place forms the majority of a stunning Georgian, three storey town house, overlooking the South Inch parklands, within walking distance of Perth city centre.
Marshall Place, designed by the eminent Classicist Robert Reid, dates from the early 1800’s and overlooks the South Inch park. Historically, Marshall Place was the starting point
for an ambitious scheme for a southern ‘New Town’ in Perth consisting of a plan of grand Georgian terraces along similar lines to Master Planner Robert Reid’s northern extension of Edinburgh’s New Town including Drummond Place and Great King Street. The Marshall Place blocks, albeit in a scaled down form, are the foremost representatives of a plan to reach fruition.
Accessed through a front garden to the private main door. Offering light-filled accommodation over three levels, this wonderful home combines the comfort of modern living with a wealth of retained character features including high ceilings and ornate cornicing. Other period features include original doors, wooden window shutters, an elegantly carved white marble fireplace, beautifully crafted staircase and a refurbished domed ceiling window.
An entrance vestibule leads to the impressive reception hallway, a large dining room and high-end fitted kitchen, utility room and cloakroom WC can be found on the ground floor. The first floor comprises a sizeable drawing room with two large picture windows overlooking South Inch parklands, a good-sized double bedroom, shower room and small kitchenette. The upper floor has two generous double bedrooms both of which benefit from en suite bathrooms. In recent times the property has had a new energy efficient remote-control gas central heating system and high quality double glazed windows installed. Particular note should be drawn to the standard of accommodation throughout.
To the front of the property there is a tidy, well-kept garden. Steps from the back door lead down into a walled courtyard and small garden area, perfect for outdoor entertaining. Vehicle access and private parking is to the rear via Marshall Mews. The detached oversized double garage is set in an extensively renovated original stone building, formerly the stables . It has power supply, a new pitched and slated roof and internal timbers, a good-sized loft space for additional storage and a separate workshop area.
The house is conveniently located within a short walking distance of the city centre, bus and rail stations. All major motorway networks leading to airports, the cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and the North are very close by. EPC - C