Under Offer Lot 1 - Pinnerwood House, Castleton Road, Auchterarder, PH3 1JS

Offers Over £595,000
Please note photograph of front cover taken prior to selective felling of woodland adjacent to Pinnerwood House.

Pinnerwood Estate extends in total to approximately 38.33 acres (15.51 hectares) and includes a six-bedroom detached property complete with mature garden grounds and a well-managed mixed commercial and amenity woodland. There is also a self-contained commercial unit generating an attractive annual rental income and an area of flexible amenity land with potential for development, subject to obtaining necessary planning permission.

Pinnerwood Estate provides a wonderful opportunity to purchase a secluded yet easily accessible, private country house in an idyllic location.

From the A9 turn onto the A824, signposted for
Auchterarder and Aberuthven. At the junction of Townhead road and the High Street, turn onto Castleton Road, signposted for the Catholic Church. Follow this road for approximately 1.3 miles, passing through Castleton, and the entrance to Pinnerwood is on the left.

Pinnerwood lies to the north of Auchterarder, a popular village within rural Perthshire, renowned for having the longest main street in Scotland and home of the world famous 5-star Gleneagles Hotel and golf course. The property is conveniently located for any golf enthusiast, with a range of fantastic courses on its door step.

Auchterarder provides local amenities, such as quality independent shops and galleries, health centre and dental practice, as well as a number of well-regarded places to eat.

Perth and Stirling, both within a short drive, provide a larger range of leisure and retail facilities that one might expect of larger urban areas. Perth Racecourse has a national reputation for horse racing, providing a thrilling atmosphere,
and hosts a range of events throughout the year.

In addition, there is the Concert Hall, newly refurbished theatre and Scone Palace.

Rural Perthshire offers a large variety of outdoor activities including, golfing, mountain biking, hill walking and climbing amongst the numerous nearby Munros, and field sports and fishing which are generally available with local Estates.

There is a nursery, primary and secondary school at the new community campus and a number of highly regarded private schools within easy reach.
The Property is located just 2.5 miles from the A9, providing excellent transport links both north and south. There is also a mainline railway station 4.5 miles away at Gleneagles, with regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow,
including the sleeper service to and from London. Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are also easily accessible by road.

Lot 1 – Pinnerwood House, Grounds and Woodlands - offers over £595,000

Pinnerwood House
Set in over 30 acres of private grounds, Pinnerwood is nestled in an elevated, yet sheltered position, with a southerly aspect. The six-bedroom Finwood log house affords ample living accommodation, with a number of sizeable communal living areas, two en-suite bathrooms,
two further bathrooms, and a kitchen at the heart of the house overlooking the gardens to the rear.

Pinnerwood house is accessed from the public road via a private gravelled driveway, leading through an avenue of Larch trees, before opening out to the lawns and gardens, with their established borders providing year-round interest and colour. In addition to the house, there is a self-contained chalet-style office to the front of the house, with an open fronted, five-car garage to the side of the house and a further chalet-style building currently used for general storage.

The majority of the grounds are formed by a beautiful mosaic of amenity and commercial woodlands, which have been managed to a high standard and benefit from a well-maintained network of rides and paths leading from the house. From the house, a path leads down towards the south-eastern corner of the woodland which contains a small pond and seating area, from where a path follows the burn along the southern boundary before looping back up and around to the house.

The garden and grounds are frequented by a range of birds and wildlife

The core of the woodland is comprised of commercial Sitka spruce which, along with an attractive area of birch woodland, were planted in the 1990s following the harvesting of the previous conifer woodlands. The periphery of the woodland retains many mature trees, remnants of the original Strathallan Estate Policy woodlands, featuring majestic old oak trees and towering Norway spruce and Douglas fir, which provide a real sense of history while re-affirming the sense of seclusion within the woodland.

Three phase electricity, public water supply (partially delivered through private pipes) and private drainage service the property. Heating is by way of an oil fired central heating system.
Movables and Household contents
Available by separate negotiation

Council Tax and Rates
Pinnerwood House Band F
Energy Performance Certificate
Pinnerwood House: EPC: D

Servitude Rights, Burdens and Wayleaves
The property will be sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all servitude rights, burdens, reservations and wayleaves or any other third-party rights howsoever constituted.

Timber and Mineral Rights
All standing and fallen timber is included in the sale. Mineral rights will be included in the sale so far as the sellers have rights thereto.

Data Room
Further information on specific elements of the property, including the commercial lease and Title will be available via an online data room to those who have undertaken an accompanied property viewing. Details on how to access this are available from the selling agent.

Date of Entry
To be by mutual agreement.

Closing Date
A closing date may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents. Prospective purchasers should note that unless their interest in the property is registered, no guarantee can be given that notice of a closing date will be advised and consequently the property may be sold without notice.

Formal offers in acceptable Scottish legal form, should be submitted in writing to the Selling Agents at their Perth office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implications of offering under Scottish Law. The Sellers reserve the right not to accept the highest or any offer.

A deposit of 10% of the purchase price will become payable to the Seller within 14 days after conclusion of missives. Interest at 5% above the Bank of Scotland base rate shall be payable on the purchase price from the date of entry until paid and that notwithstanding that the Purchaser may not have taken entry. If the Purchaser fails to make payment within 28 days of the date of entry with all accrued interest the Seller shall be entitled to resile from the missives and resell the subjects of sale without prejudice to his rights and recover damages from the Purchaser.

Local Authority
Perth and Kinross Council, Pullar House, Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5GD.
Tel No: 01738 475000

Selling Agent
Bidwells, 5 Atholl Place, Perth, PH1 5NE
Tel: 01738 630666
Email: ross.low@bidwells.co.uk

Thorntons, 13 Melville Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7PE
Tel: 0131 2258705
Email: lbarclay-smith@thorntons-law.co.uk

Details prepared April 2018
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