The Parsonage is a wonderful period mansion house dating from 1863, and was originally built as the parsonage for the Dunmore estate. The house has a very traditional Scottish appearance with impressive façades to the north and the south, and is built of stone under steep pitched roofs with large bay windows on the ground floor and pitched dormer windows on the first floor.
Main accommodation is reached off a central hallway and includes a drawing room, a dining room, two sitting rooms and an informal dining room. An inner corridor leads to a flower room and a study, and continues to the large kitchen/breakfast room beyond, which has French doors out to the garden.
The house has two staircases leading to the first floor accommodation including the master bedroom suite and seven further bedrooms plus three further bathrooms, two of which are en-suite.
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Outside to the west of the property is a paved courtyard and in front of the house is a large area which is laid down to lawn interspersed with mature trees. The main garden lies to the south where there is a large paved patio with a formal garden beyond. A five acre paddock lies to the east. The house has 15 acres and there are spectacular views out over the Firth of the Forth and beyond.
Stirling is just five miles from the house and Edinburgh and Glasgow are both within commuting distance while there is also now good access to Fife and excellent rail connections.
The guide price is £1.35m. For further information please contact Savills on 0131 247 3711 or visit www.savills.co.uk.
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