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Garryside is situated on the banks of the River Garry on the southern edge of the village of Blair Atholl.
The local area, which is steeped in history, has become a popular recreational and tourist destination due to its spectacular scenery and accessibility from central Scotland. Blair Castle International Horse Trials & Country Fair, one of Scotlands biggest equestrian events, runs annually in the village and The House of Bruar, thought of as one of Scotlands most prestigious independent stores is located just over 3 miles away and provides a wide selection of country clothing, a famous Food Hall and Delicatessen.
Further amenities including a small hospital, dentist, supermarket, several banks, hotel and restaurants, can be found in Pitlochry, just 7.6 miles south east.
The village of Blair Atholl provides both a nursery and a primary school with a high school in nearby Pitlochry. The area offers an array of outdoor activities including cycling, golfing and canoeing as well as hill walking and climbing on the numerous Munros nearby. Blair Castle and Gardens provide a more local attraction and venue, with annual passes available so that local residents can enjoy the benefits of this famous landmark year-round. There are also 50 miles of waymarked trails starting from the village and which enable exploration of the Estate and surrounding countryside. The renowned Pitlochry Festival Theatre provides a variety of plays and other performances throughout the year.
Garryside is located approximately 2 miles from the A9, which provides good transport links both north and south. There is also the Blair Atholl train station just 0.3 miles away with regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, including the sleeper service.
No 13 Garryside is located down a quiet cul-de-sac at the edge of the village. A traditionally constructed stone and lime building under a pitched timber framed slate covered roof with double glazed sash and case style windows throughout. As the property requires complete renovation/fit-out internally, this provides the ideal opportunity for a potential purchaser to create a bespoke and comfortable home in Highland Perthshire.
The property extends to approximately 65.77m2
Main Expanse 11.35m x 4.95m
Kitchen area 3.6m x 2.4m
Outbuildings and Garden Grounds
There is an area of dedicated garden to the front, side and rear as well as an additional garden plot set separately from the house and garden across the access road. There is currently a timber framed shed to the side of the house.
The property is served with mains electricity water and drainage. There is a gas tank for the provision of heating and hot water if a compatible system is subsequently installed in the property.
Council Tax and Home Report
Council Tax Band C
Strictly by prior agreement. Please contact Ross Low on 01738 230159 or email@example.com
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 missives 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.
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Prospective purchasers may be asked to produce identification of the intended Purchaser and other documentation in order to support any conditional offers submitted to the vendors.