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Plot and Cottage at Clais An Deor, Logierait, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH9 0LH

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Plot and Cottage at Clais An Deor

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3 Bed 2 public room detached cottage (HR value £290k) + adjacent plot/garden with planning permission (Valued around £65k)

A charming, bright and spacious 3 bed 2 public room detached home with generous garden grounds and additional side garden/plot measuring approximately 0.12 of an acre with planning permission for the erection of a detached home if of interest.

A rare opportunity to purchase this truly charming and historic home located within the quaint Perthshire village of Logierait and benefiting from generous accommodation, mains gas central heating, double glazing and a wealth of off-street parking. It also enjoys a bright south facing aspect with uninterupted views.

The property has undergone a complete transformation in recent years whilst retaining a high degree of character and has been extensively refurbished and upgraded to suit the needs and standards of modern day living. Conveniently located just off the A9, Logierait offers the ideal combination of a rural feel but with easy access to excellent road links, the national cycle route and various amenities and a range of picturesque walks nearby.

The property itself is steeped in history. Alexander Mackenzie, Canada's 2nd ever prime minister was born here on the 28th of January 1822, perhaps bringing added interest for those celebrating the country's 150th anniversary in 2017.

The property is accessed via a welcoming vestibule with space for outdoor attire and a door leading into a large dining room/sitting room offering space for a range of furniture and with stairs to the upped level. Adjacent to the dining room is a superb lounge with an eye-catching high ceiling, wooden beams and ample natural light. Planning permission also exists to extending the living space into the roof space here. Also located on the ground floor is a downstairs cloakroom toilet and kitchen fitted with a range of base and wall units with space for appliances. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two additional double bedrooms and a charming bathroom fitted with a roll top bath, WC, wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle.

The property sits centrally within the attractive, large garden grounds which have been very well maintained and landscaped. To the front of the property is a gated driveway providing a wealth of parking and some eye-catching dry stone walls, a pleasant patio/seating area, an array of colourful plants and shrubs and an area of lawn. To the rear is a large section of lawn, a very useful utility store, a garden room/workshop providing added work or storage space and a large wooden lodge house which could be used as a workshop, store or indeed for accommodation. To the side of the property is a large area of garden extedning to around 0.12 of an acre which also has current planning permission for a detached home meaning it can be perfectly suited either for use simply as a large garden or for developing.

Further details and plans relating to the planning permission can be found via the Perth and Kinross Council online planning portal using reference: 13/00204/FLL

Logierait is positioned just off the A9 dual-carriageway, providing a good degree of convenience for those traveling around the country and access to some of the most scenic countryside in Perthshire for those who enjoy the outdoors. Located within a short walk is the popular restaurant at the Logierait Inn and just a 10 minute walk away at nearby Ballinluig there is a local petrol station/shop, post office and they newly opened restaurant The Red Brolly. There is also a renown local country market held just a short distance away on a monthly basis Other nearby towns and villages include Pitlochry (5 miles), Dunkeld (9 miles), Aberfeldy (9 miles) and Perth (22 miles). More >

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