Detached cottage ideal for equestrian lovers

A detached equestrian cottage with 1.5 acres or land, plus stables, is now on the market near Blairgowrie.

Bell Ingram present Beechwood, in Coupar Angus, a detached traditional cottage set in 1.5 acres.

It is constructed of stone with a slate roof and has double glazing and mains gas central heating.

Externally, there are a variety of stables, outbuildings, lorry parking, a paddock and a 50 x 20m sand/fibre school.

A glazed door leads to a vestibule with a tiled floor, and a further door opens into the kitchen and family area. The family room has windows facing east and west and there is a glazed door to the inner hall.

The sitting room is open plan with the kitchen. This area has windows on three sides. There is a multi fuel stove with a stone surround and over mantle. The kitchen area has ample room for a farmhouse table and chairs.

Comfort at Beechwood

It has a Stanley Range cooker with a gas boiler, a hotplate and an over hood, a separate gas hob, an additional electric double oven. The units, which are oak fronted, include glass displays and pan drawers.

There is an inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap, a side drainer, plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. There are French doors out to the garden.

The utility room has a tiled floor and a base unit with a stainless steel sink and mixer tap. There is also plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Off the utility room is a WC with a washbasin, a tiled floor and a window.

The inner hall has a linen cupboard, a window to the west and a
shelved display press. One of the two attics is access from here by
way of a Ramsay ladder.

There is a second larger attic which has a fixed staircase, it is floored and has a window. This area may have potential for further development subject to obtaining the required planning permission.

Inside the spacious, bright kitchen at Beechwood

The family bathroom has a white suite and comprises WC, wash
basin with storage, ‘P’ shaped bath with a shower, heated tiled floor and a window.

There are three double bedrooms all with south facing windows.
Outside, the 1.5 acres include a surrounding garden with a south facing lawnand hedging. There are scattered fruit trees and a chipped pathway leading to the drying area where there is also a greenhouse.

The chipped driveway is enclosed with electric gates and there is turning space for vehicles.

There are a timber garage/workshop, lorry carport, a hayshed
and log store. Additionally, there is a timber store and servicing
the paddock is a timber stable to accommodate three horses,
a separate large single stable and a quarter stable. The current
owners have installed a 50m x 20m sand/fibre school which is
enclosed and surrounded by the grass paddock.

A 9m x 6m detached traditionally constructed outbuilding with a
pitched slate roof. It has power and light and has windows facing
north and south. This allows for additional storage, office space or for use as a studio.

There are an additional three acres of land situated approximately 215m further along Myreriggs Road and not part of the property boundary. Whilst not included in the purchase price, this land is available either for purchase or for lease to the successful purchaser only. This parcel of land has new fencing and a water supply.

Beechwood enjoys an enviable rural location, on the eastern edge of a small group of private houses, surrounded by beautiful countryside in the Vale of Strathmore with views towards the Sidlaws to the south and the Cairngorms to the north. Dundee and Perth are within easy commuting distance and everyday amenities and good shopping can be found in Blairgowrie.

Bell Ingram present Beechwood to the market

A wide range of recreational activities can be enjoyed in the locality. Golf courses can be found in Blairgowrie, at the prestigious Rosemount, and Alyth where there are three courses. The famous championship courses at St Andrews, Gleneagles and Carnoustie are all within 40 miles. Winter sports can be enjoyed at Glenshee, about 35 miles to the north.

First class grouse and pheasant shooting, deer stalking, trout and salmon fishing are all available in the district, and there are sailing clubs on the Tay at Broughty Ferry and Perth.
The agents will consider offers over £315,000.

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