A Charming Victorian Manse
Wolfhill House is believed to date from 1858. It is a handsome Victorian manse with a traditional layout and beautifully proportioned rooms. Southerly light streams into the front of the house where the front door opens to a welcoming reception hall. The sitting room and dining room are situated on either side. The sitting room is characterised by a full wall of bookshelves. It also has an open fireplace and is a lovely bright room for entertaining. The dining room is currently used as a studio and is a versatile space. It has a decorative fireplace and benefits from the evening light in the summer. The kitchen has a four oven white AGA, space for a dining table beside a window seat and some attractive freestanding kitchen units. The utility room and the cloakroom are bright and practical spaces which are also beautifully presented.
An elegant staircase leads to a split landing. The principal bedroom and the main guest bedroom have en suite bath/shower and dressing rooms. Two further double bedrooms share a family bathroom and separate WC. There is also an office on the first floor.
The garden at Wolfhill House extends to approximately 0.56 acres. Wrought iron gates open to a gravel driveway which leads to parking at the front and rear of the house. Being almost entirely enclosed by hedging, the garden is very private. Over the years much thought has gone into its design with colourful and interesting herbaceous beds on the front lawn, a multitude of plants climbing the walls of the house and an orchard set in a parterre garden of neatly clipped box hedge. There are numerous places to sit out in the summer and catch the sun at different times of the day. At the rear of the house is an attractive courtyard with parking.
A range of traditional stone outbuildings at the back of the house were once the coach house and stables. They are currently used as garden stores. The loft has been floored and subject to obtaining the relevant consents the building could be converted for use as an office or additional accommodation. Attached to the stone building is a large lean-to log/garden tool store.
Strictly by appointment with Savills 01738 477525.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage.
Local Authority & tax band
Perth and Kinross Council Tax Band F
Fixtures & Fittings
The fitted carpets and light fittings are included in the sale. Certain items of furniture, the white goods and some garden machinery may be available by separate negotiation.
Planning permission has been approved for the construction of a 3 bedroom house on the neighbouring property plot on the site of the old church ruins (15/00319/FLL).
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