Tigh Na Eglaise was originally the manse for the church serving the hamlet of Lewers in Perthshire, nad has superb views of Loch Tay and across to the Breadalbane Hills. The house has a wealth of period features including sash and case windows, open fireplaces and well-proportioned, bright rooms. It has also been recently refurbished including re-wiring, new plumbing and re-decoration.
Accommodation inside comprises: porch, entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, inner hall, kitchen, rear hall, family room, study/bedroom and bathroom. On the first floor are the master bedroom suite and four further bedrooms, plus a family bathroom.
The garden comes to around 0.39 acres and lies to the south of the house. Principally laid to lawn, bulbs provide good colour in the spring. From there, open fields lead down to the wooded shores of Loch Tay.
Tight Na Eglaise is situated below Ben Lawers in a very pretty part of Perthshire, 13 miles west of Kenmore, at the foot of Loch Tay. Killin village is just eight miles alongside the spectacular Falls of Dochart, one of Scotland’s most impressive waterfalls. Aberfeldy is 19 miles for further amenities.
The guide price is £405,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 0131 226 2500 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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