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St Madoes, Glencarse, Perthshire, PH2 7NF

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St Madoes
Glencarse
Perthshire
PH2 7NF

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HD Property Video Available. Garden Cottage was originally a barn, forming the central part of the U-shaped outbuildings for Kirkwood House. It is thought to be over 200 years old and was sympathetically converted in recent times. The sandstone building with a traditional Scottish slate roof is complemented by double glazed timber windows.



The sitting room is the heart of the cottage with triple aspect, space for a dining table and chairs and open plan layout to the fantastic re-fitted bespoke kitchen which has a personal door to the courtyard. The sitting room enjoys exposed wood flooring, stairs to the upper level and wood burning stove. There is also a double bedroom on the ground floor, served by a well appointed bathroom. Bedroom two is located up the stairs from the living room and is a generous room with Velux window, walk in cupboard with hanging space, which also has a door leading into the eaves for additional storage.



Outside to the front is a large stone chipped courtyard with private gate enclosed by stone walls with attractive flower and shrub borders and is a fantastic suntrap with far fetching views over the surrounding countryside. There is also an access gate with small lawn area taking you around to the rear courtyard.



Garden Cottage is situated on the edge of St Madoes, a pictuesque village that enjoys an accessible situation off the A90. From Perth the A90 links to the M90 south to Edinburgh, whilst the A9 and M9/M80 link westwards to Stirling and Glasgow, and the A9 heads north to Inverness. The A90 continues north - east to Dundee and on to Aberdeen. There are mainline railway stations at Dundee and Perth. Dundee Airport offers direct services to London City, Belfast and Birmingham.



Perth, only six miles, is considered one of the most desirable towns in the United Kingdom. The town centre has an excellent range of shops and professional services. There are a number of high quality restaurants and good leisure facilities, including a swimming pool, ice rink and sports centres. Dundee also provides all the facilities expected of a major city. Secondary schooling is available in Perth, while private schools in the area include Dundee High School, St Leonards, Craigclowan, Kilgraston, Glenalmond and Strathallan. EPC - D

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