HD Property Video Available. Set amidst some of Perthshire's most picturesque scenery is Bell Brae, an exceptional three bedroom detached bungalow enjoying a superb position, with 1.2 acres circa of private garden and paddock close to the peaceful hamlet of Redgorton.
The small and charming hamlet of Redgorton is located just minutes away from the Inveralmond Roundabout in Perth and offers amenities including a pub and restaurant, convenience store and quick access to the A9 North or Southbound for routes into Glasgow, Edinburgh or Inverness.
The property was built in 1989 and is a beautifully maintained home measuring 2303sqf with accommodation comprising; entrance vestibule, wide dining reception hallway, impressive formal sitting room with multi fuel stove and patio door to the garden, family room which is semi open plan to the fully fitted kitchen, useful utility room with side door to the decking, three exceptionally well sized bedrooms (two with en suite facilities) and a contemporary main shower room. A new central heating system including new oil tank, and water tank with emersion heater was installed in 2018. Underfloor is fully insulated with space blanket. In addition, an 8kw multi fuel stove comes with an ample supply of wood. All bathrooms have thermostatically controlled underfloor heating.
Bell Brae Lodge sits within the P&K Green Belt. There are superb open aspect views from the property and garden. The garden is enclosed by a fence and drystone wall giving an immediate feeling of privacy and a secure place for both children and pets. Some fantastic wildlife and birds have been spotted in the garden including - stoats, red squirrels, deer, pine martin, hedgehogs woodpeckers, pheasant, partridge, buzzards and owls. Core paths are abundant in the area, with Battleby house and gardens, the River Tay, Bertha Loch and Fort all within easy walking distance.
The south facing gardens are possibly originally part of the Manse kitchen garden and orchard. The sunken garden provides a perfect sun trap sheltered from the wind for entertaining. The adjoining paddock is fenced and has grazed ponies previously. Alternatively, this could make a super small holding/allotment.
There is extensive outdoor lighting including a motion sensor spotlight on the driveway which provides an opportunity to use the garden in the evening. There is an electrical connection to the shed and an outside tap behind the garage. There is both water and electricity in the garage. The current owner has a full range of gardening equipment and sleeperwood furniture which is available by separate negotiation. EPC- D