A beautifully presented farmhouse.
Williamston House is believed to have been constructed in the mid-1800s and is a versatile and beautifully presented home. The house is ideal for families with frequent guests with its series of pretty bedrooms and beautifully decorated entertaining spaces. The main reception rooms are south facing and filled with light; the inner doors are largely glazed and double doors create a lovely open plan feel when opened out. A glazed front porch opens to a welcoming reception hall and then directly into to the family room with its French windows opening into the garden. It also links to the living room which has a fireplace with woodburner at one end and space for a dining table at the other. Windows on two sides make it a sunny room which can also be cosy in the winter. Beyond this room is the kitchen which has lovely painted units and a white Everhot range cooker. On the first floor a bright galleried landing leads to the principal bedroom with en suite shower room and two further double bedrooms which share a large family bathroom with a free standing bath.
The north end of the house (known as the annexe) is easily separated off if required. It has two double bedrooms with a shower room and laundry. Stairs from the laundry lead to the attic/store (see note). A vestibule and back door lead from the annexe into the garden. This can be used as the boot room/ back door to the main house, or it could work as a front door to the annexe if required.
Please Note: consents have not been sought for the attic to be used as additional accommodation. Please refer to the selling agent for further information.
The garden at Williamston Farmhouse extends to approximately 1.18 acres. Over the years the garden has been landscaped with terraces, pathways, expansive lawn and herbaceous beds which are now filled with carefully selected plants that fill the garden with colour from May to October. There are plenty of spaces to sit out in the summer and enjoy the peace and seclusion. A split driveway leads to parking beside the outbuilding, the front door and to further parking beyond.
The timber framed outbuilding was constructed in 2021 using traditional techniques and locally sourced Douglas Fir beneath a box profile roof. It has views over the fields, a double car port with log storage as well as a lockable workshop and a game larder. The outbuilding is served with light and power and offers potential to be adapted to suit a range of requirements.
Strictly by appointment with Savills 01738 477525.
Mains water (via a shared private pipe), electricity and private drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Please Note: consents have not been sought for the attic to be used as additional accommodation. Please refer to the selling agent.
Local Authority & tax band
Perth and Kinross Council Tax Band G
Fixtures & Fittings
The fitted carpets and white goods are included in the sale. The curtains are specifically excluded from the sale.
Photos taken September 2021 and brochure produced October 2021
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