4 bedroom terraced house for sale
Property description & features
- Tenure: Freehold
- Tastefully converted steading
- Large and light open plan layout in characterful original circular horse mill
- Four spacious bedrooms with two en suites
- Convenient home office
- Easily maintained garden with patio, garden pod and shed
- EPC Rating = C
Horsemill House forms part of a tasteful steading conversion carried out in 2009 by The Good House Company. The terraced property offers spacious and comfortable accommodation in its modern open-plan layout and four bedrooms.
Entering the property into the spacious entrance hall, there is access to a study, utility room with outside door, cloakroom and store cupboard. A feature staircase leads up to the first floor landing and mezzanine family room. Located on the ground floor, the principal bedroom with en suite shower room provides ample storage with multiple mirrored fitted wardrobes.
To the rear of the property is the superb open plan living space housed in the characterful curved room which would have once been used for the horse-powered mill. Four pairs of full length windows overlook the garden and provide lots of natural light into the space. The open plan layout is cleverly divided by use of flooring with the sitting room floored in hardwood laminate and the dining kitchen having natural stone tiles. The kitchen features base and wall units with integrated appliances and a gas range cooker. An island is tied in through the use of granite countertops and cream wood panelling. Patio doors are located next to the dining area and open out into the private garden.
From the first floor landing, three further spacious bedrooms are located, one with an en suite shower room. A family bathroom with freestanding bath and walk in shower completes the first floor accommodation.
The property is approached from a communal courtyard where a private driveway provides parking space in addition to the integrated single garage. To the rear of the property, a private garden is bordered by a hedge line and features a paved patio with walkways leading to a garden shed, and circular garden pod with integrated seating.
Mains electricity. Private drainage. Private borehole water supply. Oil fired boiler.
Local Authority & tax band
Perth & Kinross Council tax band G.
Horsemill House has a right of access over the drive leading from the public road. Maintenance is shared according to usage.
Fixtures & Fittings
Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Light fittings and garden pod available by separate negotiation.
Horsemill House forms part of a tastefully converted steading surrounded by rolling countryside located between Kelty and Kinross. The property’s original use was as the grain mill driven by horses, hence its apt name. The origins of Horsemill House can be seen in the retained feature of the circular mill area to the rear of the property. The house is approximately 4 miles from the charming village of Cleish, with its highly regarded primary school, village hall and church. While enjoying a peaceful and rural setting, the property is just over 2 miles from the M90 motorway junction, offering excellent access links south for commuting to Edinburgh (23 miles), Glasgow and north to Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen.
Edinburgh Airport, 23 miles away, runs regular domestic and international flights. Inverkeithing Station (13 miles) lies on the main East Coast line with services running to Edinburgh Waverley. Kinross lies 5 miles to the west and offers a wide range of local facilities including shops, primary and secondary schools, restaurants and supermarkets. There are a good number of private schools with easy reach including Dollar Academy, Craigclowan, Glenalmond, Strathallan and Kilgraston.
The RSPB Loch Leven Nature Reserve is set on the shores of Loch Leven, which is 5 miles away, offering a stunning backdrop to a number of outdoor pursuits including walking, birdwatching, cycling and fishing. The Lomond Hills Regional Park nearby offers an extensive range of enjoyable walks and hikes, with wonderful views captured from the summits of Bishop Hill and Benarty Hill. Loch Leven’s Larder is a popular and award winning family-run café and farm shop.
Square Footage: 3,285 sq ft
Acreage: 0.12 Acres
Leave the M90 at Junction 5 heading east along the B9097 towards Cleish. At the T-Junction turn right on to the B996. At the next crossroads turn right to pass over the M90, continue on this road passing two sharp bends, one to the left the next to the right. Pass the farmhouse which the postcode will direct you to and continue around the next sharp bend to the left; three driveways will appear on the right hand side. The third driveway will lead to the courtyard of the steading. Horsemill House is directly in front of the drive entrance and parking is available on the private driveway.
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