- Private garden
- Off street parking
We are delighted to offer for sale this substantial 5 bedroom detached period property set in beautiful garden grounds and enjoying a private rural setting within Ochtertyre Estate, adjacent to the ever popular Strathearn town of Crieff. Extended & modernised, Conalter is a fine family home boasting versatile outbuildings, includingan office, bothy, stables and kennels, from which the owners run a very successful boarding business. Built in 1852 by Sir Patrick Murray, the 10th Baronet of Ochtertyre, Conalter bears a large stone plaque complete with initials & motto, along with an olive branch from the family crest. Secluded yet easily accessible, the property has large south-facing grounds of c.2acres & flexible accommodation presented in move-in condition. The ground floor comprises; reception vestibule with large utility room off, central hall, modern kitchen with family dining room off, large lounge with patio doors, dining room with snug, family room with log-burning stove, three bedrooms (master with sub-divided dressing room, en-suite shower and patio doors), shower room & bathroom. There are two further large double bedrooms on the upper floor.The private grounds comprise a full length sun terrace to the front, overlooking a large lawn, with a sheltered seating/BBQ area. There is a further patio to the rear, with a charming stone-built ‘bothy’ store, ideal for further development. A small burn runs alongside the property, and there is a greenhouse, original stone pigsty, & ample parking. Adjacent lies a substantial timber outbuilding which includes an office, games room, stores, carport and stable blocks/kennels. Further along the access road there is a concrete purpose-built kennel block. The remainder of the grounds comprise heathland and woodland, and there are lovely walks direct from the property. The adjacent pasture land, owned by a neighbouring property, may be available to rent for equine use. A property rare to the market; a versatile family home, fully modernised yet retaining period charm, enjoying a private location but within easy reach of
Strathearn’s principle town. Likely to be a welcome addition to the market and early viewing is advised.