The Coachman?s House is a large five bedroom Victorian property set in 6.6 acres of its own wooded grounds right on the edge of the Dollerbeg Estate, and has recently come onto the market with Savills in Edinburgh with offers invited over £900,000. The way the market is in Scotland, they are likely to get more, if not considerably so.
The house is stone, with a slate roof, and has many features including a central archway and gabled dormer windows which make it an attractive proposition. The arched door into the courtyard can also be closed to give the owners complete security, something many buyers now consider a prime factor in house hunting.
The Coachman?s House boasts five bedrooms, five reception rooms, three bathrooms, and a three-bedroomed cottage.
In the eastern half, the house forms a U-shape, and the western half consists of a cottage and outhouses. There is a laundry and workshop in the west elevation, and a large gym or games room with an office above it.
The property also has a triple garage situated between the games room and the rest of the house, and could be converted into another room, should new owners consider it more convenient that way.
To the east of the house lies an all-weather astroturf tennis court, and to the west are generous lawns and a large gravel parking area.
The surrounding countryside is nothing short of breathtaking, and a multitude of nearby outdoor activities should satisfy everyone. Golf at Gleneagles is 10 miles away, and there is national hunt racing, and polo at Scone. There are also countless opportunities for fishing, climbing, walking and horseriding.
Stirling and Glasgow to the west and Perth and Edinburgh to the east are all within 40 miles, while nearby Dollar has everything one could need for daily supplies.
Savills invites offers over £900,000. For further information, please contact Jamie Mcnab at Savills Edinburgh on +44 (0)131 247 3700.