Savills | Bardmony House, Alyth, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH11 8NY | Properties for sale
9,167 sq ft(851.64 sq m)
Offers over £750,000

Bardmony HouseAlyth, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH11 8NY

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2020
  • wide ranging views
  • 5 reception rooms
  • 9 bedrooms & 8 bathrooms
  • 2 kitchens
  • divisible into two parts
  • cottage and traditional outbuildings
  • 5.9 acres with walled garden
  • Only been up for sale once in 400 years

Attractive country house with wide ranging views Flexible accommodation with business potential

About this property

  • Bardmony House was originally a staging post for monks and the earliest parts of the house date from the 15th century. In 1830, an attractive neo-classical Georgian house front facade was added.

    The Georgian part of the house has a lovely hallway with a beautiful drawing room off. There are two further reception rooms off the front hall with a kitchen, playroom and stores off the back hall.

    In 1991 the house was extended to the west to create accommodation for a relative. The new wing also has a lovely drawing room and dining room with a kitchen, study and cloakroom behind. This wing is linked to the main house but can be divided off by locking doors.

    The 9 bedrooms can be used all together for a house party or split with 5 bedrooms, a dressing room and 5 bathrooms in the main house and 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in the wing.

    To the east of the house, with a secondary access off a farm lane, is a gardeners cottage, a range of outbuildings and a walled garden.


    Tarmac drive sweeping down to front garden with stone wall and gate pillars. Gravel sweep in front of house. Pillared entrance with stone urns either side and fan light over front door.

    Main House

    Vestibule with decorative cornice. Hall with stairs up to first floor. Drawing room with fireplace with black marble mantle and decorative cornice. Study with white marble mantle and decorative cornice. Dining room.

    L shaped corridor behind with WC, laundry, play room and boiler room off. Kitchen with four oven Aga, wooden fronted floor and wall cupboards with double sink unit.

    West Wing

    French doors from front of house to drawing room with marble fireplace with cast iron insert and decorative cornice. Dining room with three windows to the front and blocked fireplace with wooden mantle.

    Corridor with doors off to study and cloakroom with WC and wash basin. Back hall with kitchen off with fitted floor and wall cupboards, electric cooker.

    Door connecting to drawing room in main house. Linen room with washing machine and fitted dressers.

    First Floor

    From hall in main house stairs up to galleried landing with domed ceiling and circular roof light above.

    Master bedroom with fireplace with marble mantle. En suite bathroom. Dressing room. Bedroom 2 with cast iron fireplace and small bathroom opposite. Bedroom 3 with fireplace. Lobby connecting to small bathroom on north landing.

    North landing with doors off to Bedroom 4 with bathroom connecting through to master bedroom. Bedroom 5 with fireplace. Bathroom and linen room.

    Door to corridor linking through to the west wing. South facing bedroom 6 with three windows to the front. Walk in closet with hanging rail and en suite bathroom with roof light.

    Bedroom 7 with en suite bathroom with period bath. Separate bathroom. Landing with stairs down to west drawing room and doors off to bedroom 8 with marble fireplace and bedroom 9 / dressing room.


    The gardens at Bardmony House are in three separate compartments. The drive sweeps through woodlands to the west to a gravel sweep at the front door. Immediately in front is a formal garden with south facing, slopping lawns and rhododendrons along the bottom. There is a flat lawn and terrace in front of the west wing.

    To the rear of the house are further lawns which adjoin the woodlands. There is a wooden dog kennel and a range of small sheds and log sheds.

    To the east of the house is a further stone wall with stone gate pillars. Beyond this is the range of stone outbuildings with a flat roof. Garages and garden stores.

    There is a walled garden with mature shrubs and a greenhouse. In the south east corner of the property is a Gardeners Cottage, also built of stone.



    Mains water. Private drainage to separate septic tanks to house and cottage. Mains electricity. Central heating to house and cottage from oil fired boilers.

    Right of Access

    Bardmony House has a servitude right of access over the farm track to the east.


    Bardmony House is listed Category B.

    Local Authority

    Bardmony House is in Perth Council Tax band H.

    Fixtures and Fittings

    The light fittings are excluded as are the pelmet covers in the drawing room. The sellers would like to remove family fireplaces if not required by the purchaser.

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I love the thought that this charming country home is going to go to someone who will lovingly restore it and make it a home once more.

Ele RobertsonProperty agent

Local information

  • Bardmony House has a private setting in 5.9 acres of its own grounds on the edge of the Vale of Strathmore, the fertile plain that lies between the Grampian Mountains and the Sidlaw Hills, on the county border between Perthshire and Angus.
  • The property is well placed for modern communications. The A94 connects Perth to Forfar and the main Dundee to Aberdeen road (A90). Perth is only 22 miles away and has a motorway connection to Edinburgh. Dundee Airport has services to London City Airport, Birmingham and Belfast and a railway station on the main east coast line.
  • Alyth has good local facilities including a golf course which is just along from the house. Blairgowrie and Forfar provide a more extensive range of shops and professional services while the larger towns of Perth and Dundee are within easy reach. There are a number of public schools in the area including Glenalmond, Strathallan, Kilgraston (girls), Dundee High School and St Leonards. Prep schools include Craigclowan, Ardvreck and St Leonards-New Park.
  • The recreational opportunities in the area are excellent. There is grouse shooting and stalking on nearby estates and fishing on the rivers Tay, Isla and Ericht. There are a number of good pheasant shoots nearby. The northernmost fox hunt in Britain is just over the Firth of Tay in Fife. Both national hunt racing and polo take place at Scone on the near side of Perth. There is a golf course near the house and Carnoustie, St Andrews, Rosemount and Gleneagles are all within easy reach.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Perth take the A94 east. Continue through Coupar Angus towards Forfar. 2.5 miles beyond Coupar Angus turn left onto the minor road signposted to Aberbotherie. After 1.5 miles take the turning on the right. Turn right again at the T junction and continue around the corner. The drive to Bardmony is framed by two stone gateposts with trees on either side, situated on a sharp left hand bend.
  • EPC Rating = F