Star property under £250,000

Completely refurbished in 2015, this stone built, single storey, two-bedroom cottage is immaculate inside and out.

Kyle Cottage in the village of Stanley in Perthshire offers both generous and tastefully presented accommodation with good quality fixtures and fittings.

It is for sale with offers over £210,000 and is being marketed by Galbraith, Perth at OnTheMarket.

The naturally bright accommodation provides good sized reception space within the connected dining, kitchen and sitting rooms.

The sitting room benefits from a beamed ceiling, wood burning stove and a door providing direct garden access.

The dual aspect dining and kitchen area has a good range of storage units, plumbing for a washing machine, integrated electric oven, hob and grill and space for dining.

There are two double bedrooms, one with recessed storage while the second has integrated wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with separate shower. A wet room serves the second bedroom.

Kyle Cottage offers generous storage capacity with a good sized store cupboard plus an easily accessible loft area which is fully floored.

There are two areas for off-street parking located to the front and side of the cottage.

Landscaped gardens to the front offer hedging, borders and a patio area for seating or displaying flower pots.

The rear garden has a good-sized patio directly off the sitting room door which leads towards an area of decking for garden dining.

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There is a timber garden shed and two attractive bedding areas by the decked patio.

The village of Stanley has a primary school, medical centre, chemist, general store and post office along with a café, hotel, butchers and pub.

Stanley Mills, an historic converted textile mill with museum, is located on the edge of the village by the banks of the river Tay.

The city of Perth provides excellent services and facilities including national retailers, banks, supermarkets, mainline railway station, concert hall, theatre and cinema.

The Royal Burgh of Dunkeld, lying on the banks of the River Tay, is situated some 10 miles to the north with independent retailers, historic Dunkeld Cathedral and a railway station with regular links north and south including the London sleeper service.

Dundee on the east coast has an extensive array of city amenities including two universities, Ninewells Hospital, a concert hall, the new V&A Museum and an airport with services to Stansted.

Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are easily accessed in around an hour on the motorway.

The hills and glens of Perthshire provide many and varied hillwalking routes, with winter sports available at Glenshee to the north.

For the golfer, there are a number of 18-hole courses within easy reach including Dunkeld, Rosemount at Blairgowrie and three championship courses at Gleneagles Hotel to the south.

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