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Millhaugh Steading, Dunning, Perthshire, PH2 0DW

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Millhaugh Steading
Dunning
Perthshire
PH2 0DW

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This outstanding four bedroom home is located in a small, architecturally designed steading development positioned a short distance from the popular Perthshire village of Dunning in the Strathearn Valley.

The exclusive development of only seven homes was designed by the well known Comrie based architect, the James Denholm Partnership and built by Steven Gardiner who all have an unrivalled reputation in Perthshire for rural properties. The properties have been built using the highest quality materials including local sandstone and traditional roof slates. Internally the rooms have been designed to take advantage of the views over the surrounding countryside.

Accommodation is formed over two levels and comprises; welcoming reception hallway with feature oak staircase, impressive formal sitting room with a large 3 pained window and open fire, wonderful open plan kitchen, dining and family living area with two large feature windows and a separate utility room off. There is a generous ground floor double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a well appointed shower room completes the ground level accommodation. The staircase from the hallway leads to the bright upper gallery style landing where you will find three further double bedrooms (master with en suite) and an attractive family bathroom. The windows are double glazed and warmth is provided by a gas fired central heating system.

Externally there is parking for three vehicles. There is a beautifully maintained private garden which wraps around the property, offers a safe space for children to play and is also well suited for outdoor entertaining.

Millhaugh Steadings enjoys a quiet location on the outskirts of the thriving and historic village of Dunning, some ten miles from Perth and within five minutes drive of the main A9 dual carriageway, giving access to all major cities and airports in the central belt. The village itself is well served for amenities, including a local shop, post office, primary school, and a choice of excellent pubs/restaurants. The fuller resources of Crieff and Auchterarder lie some ten/ five miles away, close to the prestigious Gleneagles Hotel and golf courses.
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