A fantastic opportunity to purchase a detached rural property within a much sought after area
of Perthshire. Fungarth has great potential to create a delightful country residence with picturesque views out over Loch of the Lowes.
• Dunkeld 1.5 Miles
• Perth 15.5 Miles
• Edinburgh 58 Miles
Distances are approximate
Fungarth Farmhouse is situated on the outskirts of the historic town of Dunkeld, within the small hamlet of Fungarth. This is a much sought after area of Perthshire within easy reach of local amenities, such as quality independent shops and galleries, primary school and great places to eat. Further amenities including a hospital, dentist, supermarket, several banks, hotel and restaurants can be found in Perth, just 15.5 miles south. Perth Racecourse has a national reputation for fantastic racing, a thrilling atmosphere, beautiful surroundings and hosts a range of events throughout the year. In addition there is also Perth Concert Hall, soon to be opened and revamped Perth Theatre and Scone Palace.
The local area, which is steeped in history, is a popular recreational and tourist destination due to its spectacular scenery and accessibility from central Scotland. In addition, the property benefits from its close proximity to the A9 and sits close to the banks of the River Tay, the longest river in Scotland at 119 miles and is one of the five big Scottish salmon rivers.
There is also a large variety of outdoor activities available including cycling, golfing and canoeing as well as hill walking and climbing on the numerous Munros nearby. Dunkeld Art Exhibition attracts 10,000 visitors every year with artists from all over the UK showing paintings, prints and sculptures. There is a nursery and primary school in Dunkeld with a high school in Pitlochry and various highly regarded private schools within easy reach.
The Property is located 1.8 miles from the A9, which provides good transport links both north and south. There is also a mainline station in Dunkeld with regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, including the sleeper service.
Set within the small hamlet of Fungarth, the farmhouse is of traditional construction of stone under a slate roof with spacious and versatile accommodation, including a ground floor annexe. The farmhouse, following modernisation, will create a beautiful family home on the outskirts of Dunkeld with spectacular rural views incorporating Loch of the Lowes.
The property extends to approximately 176.13m2 over two floors, including a ground floor Annexe. includes the
Kitchen 4.13m x 3.7m
Pantry 2.93m x 1.89m
Sitting Room 4.55m x 4m
Sun Room 3.02m x 2.3m
• Bathroom 3m x 2.28m
• Master Bedroom 4.88m x 3.56m
• Double Bedroom 2 4.6m x 3.6m
• Double Bedroom 3 3.9m x 2.74m
• Linen Cupboard
• Shower Room 2.07m x 1.13m
• Sitting Room/Bedroom 4.55m x 3.6m
• Boiler Room 2.2m x 2.39m
Outbuildings and Garden Grounds
The garden surrounds the house with the main area of lawn to the east elevation. There is a detached timber clad garage under pitched profile roof and a former pump house with stone walls under pitched slate roof. This provides ample storage and could be utilised for a variety of purposes.
The property is served with mains electricity and with private water and drainage to a septic tank. It benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. The purchaser will require to arrange for the reconnection where necessary.
Fixtures and Fittings
The property is sold with all fixtures and fittings.
Rates and Home Report
Council Tax Band C
Home Report value: £310,000
Home Report available on request.
Strictly by prior agreement. Please contact Rebecca Boswell
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A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents.
Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale the last shall prevail.
Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Perth office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implication of offering under Scottish Law.