HD Property Video Available. An immaculately presented, luxury detached villa, positioned in a prime plot position. Number 5 The Avenue is set in a secluded corner of a exclusive estate within the popular hamlet of Ardargie.
Built in 2002 by Fairfield Home Ltd this exceptional family home is formed over two floor levels and comprises; entrance vestibule, impressive open hallway with feature central staircase. There are two generous, front facing reception rooms with the formal sitting room offering a wood burning stove. To the rear there is a exceptional open plan living/dining/kitchen and garden room which is the heart of this wonderful family home. A large utility room, generous home office and two cloakroom WC's complete the ground level accommodation. The feeling of space continues upstairs with four extremely large double bedrooms. The master suite has a dressing area and en suite shower room. The main family bathroom has a bath and separate shower enclosure.
One of the main attractions is the generous, private garden which is enclosed by hedging creating a secure area. Beautifully maintained and laid mostly to lawn with mature native trees there is a real feeling of privacy. There is a lovely sun-trap terrace which is ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. The front of the property has a stone wall creating a grand initial impression. Adjacent to the house is a detached double garage with a large driveway in front providing off street parking for a number of vehicles.
Ardargie is only 2 miles from the conservation village of Forgandenny which is principally made up of traditional stone and slate properties and has a well-known Parish Church with Norman origins and a thriving primary school. The village is served by the Perth-Gleneagles bus service. Forgandenny is home to Strathallan School whilst Kilgraston School is only a further 2.5 miles to the east. In addition, there is another primary school at Forteviot or additional schooling in Perth while some of Scotland’s best known private schools in the area include Craigclowan, Glenalmond, Morrison’s Academy and Ardvreck. Bridge of Earn (5 miles) provides most daily requirements with a post office, and general stores. Perth has an excellent range of high street shops and professional services along with a concert hall, theatre, cinema, leisure complex and several art galleries.There are good transportation links nearby with the M90 and A9 motorways providing easy access to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the national motorway network. The railway stations at Perth or Gleneagles provide regular services to Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London (including the sleeper service) and there are daily flights from Dundee Airport (27 miles) to London and Edinburgh Airport is about 40 miles away. EPC - E