Laguna is a small Scottish estate in Perthshire with 35 acres including a delightful country house, a four bedroom cottage, stables and woodland. Believed to date back to 1842 and built by Sir William Drummond Stueart of Murthly and remained in the family until 1923. The house has been subsequently extended over time and now has comfortable family accommodation over two floors.
The interior is practical and flexible: the entrance hall leads to the innter staircase hall from where the reception rooms are accessed, including the drawing room, the garden room, the sitting room which leads onto the terrace, the conservatory and the dining room, which is connected to the kitchen.
Upstairs the principal bedroom suite overlooks the gardens and five further bedrooms can be found on this floor, all serviced by three bathrooms. With two kitchens, one wing of the house can easily serve as an annexe for secondary accommodation.
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Outside the outbuildings are arranged in a courtyard formation and include stabling, storage sheds and garaging. The gardens provide a very pretty backdrop to the house with a tree lined drive and sweeping lawns with mature trees, and include a kitchen garden. Woodland policies are home to red squirrels, deer, pheasant, woodcock, hares and songbirds.
Laguna lies ten miles north of Perth in Perthshire, and just two miles from the A9 so is beautifully positioned to be secluded and private, but within easy reach of transport links as well as Perth and Edinburgh.
The guide price is £1.8m. For further information please contact CKD Galbraith on 01738 451111 or visit www.ckdgalbraith.co.uk.
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