Kirk House is a very rare conversion that has retained many of its original features.
Situated in the quiet hamlet of Dull, Kirk House is a former church in a peaceful and secluded setting that has great charm and character.
Kirk House provides impressive and airy accommodation that benefits from stained glass windows, stone and timber flooring, a wonderful timber panelled ceiling and many other original features. It is accessed by a practical vestibule area with a cloakroom and boot room supplying additional storage space.
The principle accommodation sits within the former nave and chancel and offers an exceptional living area and an extremely flexible space for entertaining. The kitchen and dining area is complimented by beautiful ornate panelling and the original organ has been retained and has become an integral part of the property.
At one end of Kirk House there is an area which has been set out as a study but could easily be incorporated into the main reception space or keep as a more private reading area. There are two further rooms on the ground floor, one is currently used as a bedroom with half-timber panelled walls whilst the other is a pretty bathroom with white fittings.
Upstairs on the mezzanine first floor there is another bedroom with a wonderful outlook down onto and over the full space of the house.
The popular town of Aberfeldy is 3.5 miles away and offers a selection of fantastic independent shops and cafes as well as a supermarket, bank, primary and secondary schooling. The bustling city of Perth is less than an hour’s drive from Kirk House and offers a huge choice of restaurants, high street shops and further amenities.
The guide price is £210,000. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith on 01738 451111.