4 Garryside, Blair Atholl, Pitlochry PH18 5SN
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, alongside a famous food hall and delicatessen. Pitlochry hosts the internationally acclaimed Pitlochry Festival Theatre, known as Scotlands Theatre in the Hills which has a busy calendar of theatrical performances and other events throughout the year.
The village of Blair Atholl provides both a nursery and a primary school with a high school in nearby Pitlochry. The wider area also offers an array of outdoor activities including cycling, golfing and canoeing as well as hill walking and climbing with numerous Munros nearby.
Further amenities including a small hospital, dentist, supermarket, banks, hotels and restaurants, can also be found in Pitlochry. While a regional hospital banks and other commercial services you would expect of a large urban centre can be found in Perth, approximately 34 miles to the south.
Garryside is situated just 2 miles from the A9, giving easy access both north and south. There are frequent buses through Blair Atholl and a mainline railway station just 0.3 miles from the Property with regular services to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, including the Caledonian sleeper service.
A sought after traditionally constructed category B Listed cottage set back from the public road. Garryside is of stone and lime construction under a pitched timber framed slate covered roof with timber framed sash and case windows throughout and a relatively new oil-fired central heating system. While requiring some internal modernisation, the property has the potential to provide a comfortable home or Perthshire retreat and currently consists of two double bedrooms, a wet room, sitting room and kitchen. Externally the Property benefits from off-street parking, a south facing patio area and a selection of external storage sheds.
The property extends to approximately 66.72m2 (over one floor) and comprises: -
Kitchen 3.425m x 3.05m
Living Room 4.79m x 3.67m
Bedroom 1 3.66m x 3.34m
Bedroom 2 3.60m x 3.20m
Wetroom 2.70m x 1.70m
There is currently a timber framed garden shed, a lean-to and a stone storage shed.
The property is served with mains electricity water and drainage. 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 B
EPC Rating E39
Home Report Value - £160,000
Home Report available on request.
Strictly by prior agreement. Please contact Shirley-Anne Henderson or Ross Low on 01738 630666 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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