Star property under £250,000

You cannot get much more blissful than the rural setting of this adorable cottage amid a tiny hamlet.

Garden Cottage is part of what was once known as Tullicro, a ‘fermtoun’ in Scottish English, meaning a collection of cottages for workers on a farm.

And you don’t just get one cottage for your money – West Cottage is also part of the property, a single storey structure currently used for storage which is ripe for renovation.

Garden Cottage & West Cottage are for sale with offers invited over £225,000 and the property is marketed by Irving Geddes, Crieff at OnTheMarket – including a professionally filmed video tour

There are just four other inhabited properties in the small group of homes to the west of Aberfeldy in Perthshire, three of which are arranged around a neat triangle of grass affectionately known as the village green.

Garden Cottage has a studio living room with kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, utility room, store room and attic.

The surrounding countryside is a picturesque mix of rolling fields, woodland and heather-clad hills.

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The town of Aberfeldy has a great selection of independent shops, cafés and restaurants, a cinema and medical practice.

There is a purpose-built water sports centre at nearby Loch Tay and fishing is available on the rivers Lyon, Tummel and Tay, while shooting and stalking can all be taken locally.

Some of Scotland’s most famous beauty spots are within easy reach, including Glen Lyon, the conservation village of Fortingall, the Falls of Dochart at Killin, Kenmore on Loch Tay, The Queen’s View at Loch Tummel and the spectacular Munros of Schiehallion and Ben Lawers.

Perth is only 36 miles away, while Edinburgh and Glasgow are both within about 80 miles. Pitlochry railway station about 20 miles away has direct links to Inverness and London.

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