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The Laurels, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2BN

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The Laurels
PH15 2BN

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Presented to the market in beautiful condition is this delightful, detached family home decorated to a high standard and benefiting from a large sun deck, detached garage, conservatory and extremely private rear garden.

Accommodation is formed over two levels and comprises; welcoming reception hallway, main sitting room with wall mounted flat screen television and connecting conservatory which is currently being used as a lovely dining area, large and well equipped dining kitchen with French doors leading to the garden and a well appointed shower room completes the ground level accommodation. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a newly fitted family bathroom. Warmth is provided by a gas fired central heating system and double glazed windows have been installed.

The garden to the front is attractive and well maintained and the large south-west facing rear garden enjoys a large decked area and patio which are ideal for outside dining. There is a detached single garage and the driveway can easily accommodate 3 cars.

No 4 The Laurels is situated in a private cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Aberfeldy just off the main road to Kenmore. River Tay flows through Aberfeldy and is within 150 metres of the house. The town of Aberfeldy has all essential services to hand including a new medical centre, banking, veterinary surgery, optician and dental practices, a varied selection of quality shops, and schooling at the well regarded Breadalbane Academy, providing education from nursery to sixth year secondary. Pitlochry, approximately 15 miles away, is home to the famous Festival Theatre, and has a mainline railway station. The vibrant county town of Perth is 32 miles to the south.The area provides ready access to a wide range of recreational pursuits, including golf on the many nine and 18 hole courses (including the famous Taymouth Castle) and a nine hole course at Mains of Taymouth. The local beauty spot 'the Birks of Aberfeldy gorge' is only a short walk away.There is sailing and watersports, and salmon and trout fishing on lochs and rivers, climbing, mountain biking and walking, with several Munros nearby.The Aberfeldy Recreation Centre has a 25 metre pool and squash courts among its facilities. EPC-C
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