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Bramblefield
Crieff
Perthshire
PH7 4LU

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HD Property Video Available. Number 12 Bramblefield enjoys an enviable position on the western edge of the popular Perthshire town of Crieff. The property is located at the head of a peaceful cul-de-sac with exceptional countryside views within an exclusive residential development.

This exceptional detached villa by well renowned local builders Oakbank Crieff offers spacious accommodation and is built to a very high specification.

This great family home has been thoughtfully designed and has generous accommodation comprising; entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hallway, impressive bright sitting room with French doors leading to the side garden and lovely open outlook, study, fantastic dining kitchen with a range of wall and floor mounted units, useful utility room, cloakroom WC, four generous double bedrooms with two benefiting from en suite facilities, and a well appointed main bathroom.

Externally the property offers a large integral garage, ample parking and good sized gardens to the front and rear. The property also benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows.

Bramblefield is well positioned close to the famous MacRosty Parks and nearby walks of Lady Marys, a treelined walk along the banks of the River Earn, Laggan Hill & The Knock with stunning views over the Strathearn valley.

Crieff is ideally situated at the gateway to the Highlands, just seven miles from the A9 and within commuting distance of Glasgow (50 miles), Edinburgh (48 miles), Stirling (23 miles) and Perth (17 miles). The town itself has a wide range of retail outlets, a large Medical Centre, modern Cottage Hospital and dental practices. Crieff Recreation Centre offers a wide range of facilities including a swimming pool, gymnasium and squash courts, and the famous Crieff Hydro also offers a swimming pool, tennis courts, squash courts and horse riding facilities for members.

There are two 18-hole golf courses and a nine-hole course in Crieff itself, and nine-hole courses at nearby Muthill, Comrie and St Fillans. Gleneagles Hotel and Country Club is just 11 miles away, with three championship golf courses, equestrian centre and shooting school. The surrounding countryside provides for all tastes in outdoor activities, including hillwalking, climbing, fishing, watersports at Loch Earn and skiing within easy driving distance at Glenshee and Glencoe. Educationally, there are two primary schools in the town, Crieff Primary and St Dominic's Primary, with secondary education at Crieff High School, and private schooling is available at Ardvreck (preparatory), Morrison's Academy and Glenalmond College. EPC-C More >

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