Fortrenn, St Fillans, PH6, 2NG

Offers Over £540,000

A stunning four bed detached period home of the arts & crafts style. Built in 1903 and retaining much character, the property has recently undergone a full renovation. A truly magnificent & unique dwelling set in 1.5acres and boasting fine panoramic south facing views across Loch Earn.

The property enjoys a spectacular position over looking Loch Earn, on the western edge of the picturesque Perthshire conservation village of St Fillans, itself within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. Fortrenn boasts much period charm, originally built as a holiday retreat in 1903 in the Arts & Crafts style & retains many of the original features. A C-listed building, due to its architectural importance & historic interest, is set over three floors and comprises a dining kitchen, four bedrooms, two public rooms, shower room, bathroom and WC.

An exhaustive renovation project is now complete during which the roof was over-hauled, windows refurbished and re-glazed, new electrics and heating system, complete with handmade cast iron radiators. The new beautiful solid wood handmade kitchen has a stunning Lacanche range oven with hand painted ‘John Duncan’ tiles over. Newly fitted shower room, WC and an exquisite luxury bathroom which boasts a double shower, feature copper bath and copper & marble double sink. There are copper light switches and sockets throughout along with arts & crafts light fittings. 6 fully operational open fires with ornate inserts/tiling.

Fortrenn is a property of truly rare quality, offering a particularly high standard of fixtures, fittings & craftsmanship. A stunning house, set amidst breath-taking scenery. Early internal viewing is strongly advised.

Please contact us on 01764 670325 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.

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