The Parsonage is an extremely well-appointed Scottish country house in Stirlingshire. Built in 1863, the property was the parsonage for the Dunmore Estate and has now been refurbished to provide very comfortable family accommodation.
With a traditionally Scottish appearance, the house is built of stone with steep pitched slate roofs and large bay windows. The main accommodation is reached off a large central hallway with matching stairs at either end. The reception rooms are well-proportioned and include a drawing room, 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. A corridor from here leads to the staff accommodation.
Upstairs accommodation is served by two staircases and comprises a master bedroom suite, and seven further bedrooms with three further bathrooms.
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Outside to the front is a large area laid to lawn. The main garden is to the south of the property where there is a paved patio with the formal garden beyond which continues around to the west of the house which has flower beds and a central urn. To the east of here is a five acre enclosed paddock. In total the land comes to 15 acres.
The Parsonage is located in open countryside with spectacular views of the Firth of Forth, midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, and Stirling is just eight miles away. The local village is Airth (one mile), which has a village shop, post office and a primary school.
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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