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Rhynd House
Rhynd
Perth
Perthshire
PH2 8QG

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HD Property Video Available. Rhynd House is a beautifully appointed Victorian villa (former Manse). Situated 3.5 miles from Perth, in a rural location. It is both spacious and versatile with 4/5 bedrooms, 3 public rooms and an adjoining 2 bedroom cottage. There are stunning panoramic views from the house, which sits in generous garden grounds extending to approximately 1 acre. It benefits from oil central heating and an Aga cooker. There is a gravel driveway with ample parking and a large double garage.



Rhynd House successfully combines privacy and convenience in terms of location. The stunning views and serenity of the surrounding countryside simply enhance the sense of tranquillity whilst the city of Perth and the M90 motorway are just over two miles away making it ideal for those requiring ready transport links for commuting. The views on offer from the property simply have to be seen in person to be fully appreciated. From the iconic landmark of Binn Hill Tower to the north and across the Carse of Cowrie and meandering River Tay to the east.


The property is accessed into an entrance vestibule with a further entry point via the small courtyard into a rear hallway linking the main home and the cottage/annex. The welcoming reception sets the tone for the rest of the accommodation with plenty of natural light, high ceilings, cornicing and impressive original woodwork on show which continue throughout many of the rooms.


Ground floor: two generous public rooms (sitting room and dining room), kitchen and conservatory, utility room, double bedroom with walk in cupboard (could be used as a family room), shower room, storage cupboard with hatch to basement, access hall to adjoining cottage/annex.


The formal dining room has a unique original stained glass window while the large sitting room has decorative cornicing, a marble fireplace and two large windows, one overlooking the garden to the front and the other providing a stunning view across the countryside and hills in the distance. The kitchen is fitted with a high-quality, bespoke range of base and wall units with integrated appliances, solid wood and granite work surfaces and AGA cooker. Accessed off the kitchen is a wonderful hard wood, double glazed conservatory providing space for dining and seating. The stunning vista on offer makes it a great place to relax and unwind.


First floor: open landing with feature window, superb drawing room, family bathroom, three generous double bedrooms with two also giving access to separate dressing rooms/office space.


The family bathroom is fitted with a fresh white suite comprising WC, wash-hand basin, cast iron bath and separate shower cubicle and again boasts some fine views. Perhaps one of the most impressive rooms within the property, the drawing room features an open marble fireplace and a bright double aspect, which includes an eye-catching bay window with the best of the far-reaching views. Alternatively it could be used as an additional bedroom if so desired.


Adjoining cottage: lounge with open plan kitchen, two bedrooms, shower room and sun room. It offers generous accommodation in itself and could be used as a residence for relatives, teenage children, a holiday let or developed for home business.


A gated driveway leads down into the garden grounds which lie predominantly to the front and one side of the property and consist of a sweeping area of lawn with summer house, mature trees, hedging and a beautiful walled garden stocked with an array of colourful plants, shrubs and herbs. There is also a quaint courtyard and a wealth of parking provided by a large gravelled area and detached double garage. Again, another notable feature is the superb and varying views on offer from different sides of the grounds.
Location
From Perth head south on the Edinburgh Road and just after leaving the city take the road on the left (Rhynd Road) signposted for Rhynd and Elcho Castle. Continue for approximately 2 miles before reaching a small private road on the left just after the road sign for Rhynd, marked with a 'Private Road' sign. Continue down this road where Rhynd House can be found on the right.

Easy access is gained to the dual-carriageway for those who commute with excellent travel links to Dundee (21 miles), Stirling (34 miles), Edinburgh (43 miles) and Glasgow (59 miles). Perth’s city centre is just a five minute drive away  and is a vibrant hub of eateries, entertainment facilities, leisure pursuits and the award-winning concert hall. The surrounding area offers a wealth of opportunities to pursue interests and hobbies; world class fishing, challenging cycle routes, both on and off road, numerous adventure sports facilities, mountain pursuits such as skiing, hiking and rock climbing and an unsurpassed range of golf courses, including the 2014 Ryder Cup host Gleneagles. Sites of significant beauty, heritage, innovation and historical importance are easily reached from Perth. These are just some of the reasons why Perth receives a consistently high ranking in quality of life surveys. There is also a selection of very good primary, secondary and private schools in the area and its environs. Edinburgh airport can also be found just under 40 miles away. More >

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