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PH11 8BJ

Offers Over £200,000


Miller Gerrard are delighted to bring to the market The Workshop. Located in the historic Perthshire town of Alyth, this immaculate and beautifully presented stone built cottage has been tastefully converted, providing a comfortable and relaxing living environment, and is ideally placed with easy access to the towns shops and local amenities.

The Workshop is currently operating as a very successful and popular Holiday Let, and is available for purchase in this capacity or alternatively, as a delightful family home. It is our clients preference for the fixtures, fittings and contents to form part of the sale of the property, and these are available by separate negotiation.

The property comprises split level open plan Lounge / Dining Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, Utility Room, stairs to the first floor landing with ample space for an Office,/Study, Master Bedroom Ensuite, two further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.

The property enters at the side via a fully insulated door with glazed insert into the hallway. On the right is the Kitchen, fitted with a range of modern base and wall mounted cabinets, contrasting work surfaces and tiling behind. There is a window to the side fitted with a blind, sink with drainer and mixer tap, gas hob with oven below and extractor above, under counter fridge and dishwasher, wooden flooring and spot lights throughout.

On the left is the Cloakroom, with white WC and WHB, fitted mirror, glass shelf and wooden flooring. Separate Utility room, with a window and blind, washer dryer, boiler, wall cupboard and wooden flooring.

A half glazed door brings you into the comfortable split level Lounge / Dining Room. This is a bright a spacious room with solid wood floors and double patio doors to the front courtyard garden. The lounge area, with a stylish wood burner and slate hearth, is set into the existing chimney, and provides a warm and inviting focal point. The dining area can easily accommodate a large dining table, creating a comfortable and social entertaining space.

The open plan stairs with Velux window lead to the first floor landing with dormer window, this spacious landing can easily accommodate an office/study or provide a relaxing reading area.

The Master Bedroom Ensuite with dormer window is a comfortable room to the front, with coombed ceilings, fitted double wardrobe and wooden floors. The Ensuite is tiled to dado height and comprises WC, WHB and shower.

Double Bedroom two (RHS from the front), and Twin Bedroom three (to the rear), are both fitted with Velux windows, have coombed ceilings with fitted wardrobes, and wooden floors.

The Family Bathroom, with Velux window is fitted with a white suite comprising WC, WHB and bath, with over bath shower and curtain. There is ceiling height tiling at the bath, with tiling to dado height throughout the remainder of the room, ladder towel rail, spotlights and wooden flooring.

The enclosed front courtyard garden, with borders containing mature shrubs is surrounded by masonry wall and fencing and is accessed via double gates providing a private area suitable for outdoor dining. Parking is also available in this area as well as roadside.

There is monoblock paving at the side door with access to the external store with electric light and power, tumble dryer and freezer.

The historic Perthshire town of Alyth is a picturesque town situated on the Alyth burn located 62 miles north of Edinburgh and 442 miles north of London. The town straddles the burn which bears it name. Most of the town lies in a shallow, sheltered basin around 330 feet (100 meters) above sea-level, nestled under the Hill of Alyth (970 feet or 295 meters) which is part of the southern edge of the Perthshire Highlands.

The beautiful Perthshire countryside provides a wide variety of walks around Alyth, with more adventurous routes available in Strathardle, Glenshee and Glenisla, approximately 30 minutes by car. Amenities in the town include shops, small supermarkets, primary school, dental practice, museum and health centre. The first-class local rivers provide the opportunity for fishing, with golf available both locally, and at the nearby famous championship course in Blairgowrie.

The Home Report, which is available by request and also on our website, makes reference to the SEPA Flood Map, and the property being located within an area at high risk of river water flooding. The watercourse, to the rear of the property flooded further upstream, within central Alyth, and The Workshop, due to its elevated position, was not affected.

This is a delightful property and must be seen to be fully appreciated.