|This property is already Let|
|Full Address||Newmiln Farmhouse
Well behaved pets considered
Long Let available
Open countryside views
Off street parking
|Landlord Registration No||05306/340/28510|
|Council Tax Band||G|
|Energy Performance Cert (EPC)||E|
Fentons are delighted to bring to the market this beautiful farmhouse in Tibbermore, offering versatile accommodation, this property will have a wide appeal. Close to Perth with excellent links to Glasgow and Edinburgh this property is ideally situated.
The accommodation briefly comprises of a vestibule leading to an entrance hall with a staircase to the first floor.
On the ground floor the sitting room is of a good size with high ceiling and an open fireplace with a charming mantle piece surround. The dining room has a stripped and varnished floor, and there is a further reception room that has previously been a study and or a play room. To the rear of the house is a large kitchen with an oil fired AGA and a range of wall and floor units. There is a back passageway off of this which is ideal for muddy boots and coats and leads into the garden. There is also downstairs cloakroom with WC and hand wash basin and a Utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and pully maid for drying etc.
Attached to the side of the property and linked to the building via the back door passageway is "The Old Dairy" which has been used for storage and a huge pantry.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, one with a dressing /cot room off of it and two four piece bathrooms comprising of WC, hand wash basin, bath with a shower over.
Externally the garden has been developed into mature beds with perennial flowers shrubs and bushes and there are also several fruit trees. The gardens are well kept and would suit a keen gardener ( although a gardener can be recommended or supplied subject to negotiations), a garage, summer house, greenhouse and a dog kennel with a run complete the picture. There is ample parking on the drive and the landlord would consider a well behaved pet although consideration must be given to the proximity of livestock in the surrounding fields.