A charming C listed stone-built family home offering spacious and flexible living over three levels. The building, with a unique history as a dairy and post office, has been significantly up-graded and modernised, yet still retains its period charm and character. Early viewing is highly advised.
To the front of the home is a spacious lounge with working fireplace, fitted carpet and the room is decorated in neutral tones. From the lounge is a snug/study. Also, to front is a well-proportioned family room/dining room with feature fireplace, wooden floor covering and neutral décor. Stunning dining kitchen has a range of wall and floor mounted units complimented by granite effect work surface, integrated double oven, Gaggennau ceramic hob and breakfast bar. To rear is a conservatory which gives direct access to the rear garden. Completing the lower level accommodation is a small WC.
Carpeted stairs lead to the 1st floor. The master bedroom overlooks the front of the home and benefits from a fitted wardrobe and carpet. Master bedroom has a modern en-suite bathroom that comprises a three-piece suite with separate shower unit. Bedroom two has aspects to front and rear with a fitted wardrobe, carpet and neutral décor. The third bedroom is to front with carpet. Bathroom on 1st floor comprises a white three-piece suite with electric shower fitted over bath and underfloor heating.
On the 2nd floor there is a spacious lined and floored attic which is currently used as a bedroom with the room having a fitted carpet, storage and the room is neutrally decorated.
The property is heated with a bio mass central heating system which comes with £18,000 renewable heating incentive repayment to the houseowner over the next 4 years.
There is a communal lane to side offering off road parking. Large sheltered south facing rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with paved patio area.
Early viewing a complete must.
The village of Braco is supported by a village shop and a superb coffee shop/evening bar, whilst there are regular bus services to Dunblane, Stirling and Perth where mainline railway stations are located offering frequent services to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Braco is ideally situated, being less than 2 minutes from the A9, providing easy access to central Scotland, Perthshire and Trossachs by road. There is an excellent small primary school in the village with secondary schooling at Crieff or Dunblane High School. Braco boasts beautiful walking country including the picturesque River Knaik and Ardoch Fort, one of the most well preserved Roman sites. Further more the world renown Gleneagles resort and double rosetted Cromlix hotel are within 4 miles.
|Lounge:||17'5" x 12'7" (5.3m x 3.84m). |
|Dining/Family:||17'5" x 11'11" (5.3m x 3.63m). |
|Conservatory:||16'2" x 10' (4.93m x 3.05m). |
|Study/Snug:||11' x 7'6" (3.35m x 2.29m). |
|WC:||6'2" x 2'8" (1.88m x 0.81m). |
|Bedroom 1:||17'4" x 11'11" (5.28m x 3.63m). |
|En-Suite:||11'5" x 10'2" (3.48m x 3.1m). |
|Bedroom 2:||17'5" x 10'4" (5.3m x 3.15m). |
|Bedroom 3:||10'4" x 7'6" (3.15m x 2.29m). |
|Bathroom:||9'3" x 7'9" (2.82m x 2.36m). |
|Attic Room:||25'9" x 12'7" (7.85m x 3.84m). |
The Energy Efficiency Rating is Band F
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Property Ref: SCT180060