CLOSING DATE SET TUESDAY 18th MAY @ 12PM HD Property Video Available. Strathview is a detached, traditional cottage located within the renowned conservation area of Moulin. Positioned down the lane from the prominent Copper Beech tree it forms a notable feature of Moulin Square.
The property offers comfortable, well-proportioned accommodation formed over two levels and combines modern benefits with period character and charm. The house measures 1313sqf and comprises; reception hallway, cosy sitting room with wood burning stove, formal dining room, fully fitted dining kitchen, useful utility room, ground level bedroom which is currently being used as an additional reception room and a well-appointed bathroom. Stairs from the hallway lead to the upper level and two good sized bedrooms. Warmth is provided by gas central heating and double-glazed windows have been installed.
There is a beautifully maintained garden to the front of the cottage with colourful borders and lovely sheltered seating area. There are two quality timber sheds, log store and a detached garage providing excellent storage space.
The cottage is situated in the historic, conservation village of Moulin. There has been a settlement at Moulin since ancient times with evidence in the form of standing stones and hut circles on Moulin Moor. The focal points of the village are the Kirk, now used as a History Centre with its ancient graveyard containing Crusader’s graves and close by the award-winning Moulin Inn, which brews its own ale.
Nearby, Pitlochry is a popular and attractive Victorian spa town with a superb range of individual shops. There is a bank, post office, supermarket, petrol station, surgery and cottage hospital, dentist and a well-respected High School. For private education, there are several in Perthshire such as Craigclowan, Kilgraston, Strathallan, Glenalmond College and Morrison’s Academy. Pitlochry also has a Festival Theatre, a salmon fish ladder, two distilleries and several popular hotels and restaurants. Perth has a more comprehensive range of businesses and high street shops along with various art galleries, concert hall, racecourse and leisure opportunities.
There are good location links with the A9 providing access to the north and south and connecting to the motorway network. Pitlochry train station has regular services to Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the London sleeper service. Dundee airport, 50 miles to the east, has regular flights into London City Airport while Edinburgh airport, 68.5 miles to the south, has flights to many UK, European and international destinations.
The Perthshire countryside has always attracted people to the area due to its beauty, wildlife and wide range of sporting and leisure opportunities on offer. Locally there is an abundance of woodland paths and cycle routes and Ben-Y-Vrackie and Schiehallion are amongst several nearby hills popular with walkers. The area is renowned for its field sports including stalking, fishing and shooting. There are a variety of water sports on Lochs Tay and Earn and Strathview is well placed for skiing in both the Cairngorms and Glenshee. For the golf enthusiast, there are a number of 9 and 18 hole courses in the area. EPC -D