This property has been SOLD.
An exceptional 19th century Perthshire farmhouse. The area is much sought after amongst families looking for a rural home in Perthshire amongst beautiful
countryside which is also accessible to Glasgow, Edinburgh and central Scotlandís motorway network.
Denfield is a few miles from the A9, which provides fast access to Perth (9 miles), Stirling (23 miles), and routes to Glasgow (44 miles) and Edinburgh (49 miles).
Trains run regularly to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and London from Gleneagles train station (6 miles).
The house has beautiful gardens and enjoys extensive southerly views over the Orchil hills and Strathearn Valley .
There are 6 double bedrooms (one in an adjoining annex - perfect for guest accommodation) and 4 bathrooms (one in an adjoining annex - perfect for guest accommodation). There are 2 substancial stables and paddock.
The 30' kitchen dining room, which has a 30' south facing patio attached to it is an amazing feature of the house. The house has been decorated in neutral heritage colours and is in 'move in' condition.
Auchterarder 5 miles, Gleneagles 6 miles, Crieff 7 miles, Perth 9 miles, Glasgow 44 miles, Edinburgh 49 miles.
Ground floor: Hall, drawing room, dining room, cloakroom, playroom/office, 30 ft dining kitchen with Aga, larder, utility room, walk-in larder, boot room, cloakroom and 2 WCs.
Annexe with double bedroom and en-suite 'double shower' room.
First floor: Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, bedroom with en-suite shower room, 3 further double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Dougle garage with enormous loft/playroom above.
2 loose boxes and tack room with loft/playroom above.
Denfield House is an attractive 19th century farmhouse which has been sympathetically extended to form spacious family accommodation. Constructed of stone beneath a pitched slate roof, the property has recently been refurbished and is in move in condition. A particular feature of the property is a very spacious 30 ft long dining kitchen, which has a double Aga and French windows that open onto a south-facing terrace. Period features in the property include original wooden shutters, timber panelled doors and open fireplaces. The accommodation is light and spacious and almost all the rooms enjoy superb far reaching views of the Ochil Hills. An annexe on the ground floor has a double bedroom and shower room and its own front door this is ideal for guests, an au-pair or as an office. A gravel driveway leads to front of the house where there is ample parking. A second driveway leads to the back door and a courtyard with garage and stable block.
Paddocks and well maintained gardens, with mature trees and shrubs.
Please note that these particulars are intended as a guide and have been prepared in good faith. All measurements are approximate. For further information, a viewing is recommended. Formal offers in an acceptable Scottish form should be submitted, through a Scottish lawyer, to the Sellers' agents. A deposit of 10% of the purchase price shall be paid within 7 days of completion of missives.
Offers for Freehold
Sale particulars / House Brochure
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Estate agent Strutt and Parker were instructed in September 2005 to sell this house.