A beautifully situated home with a tremendous view over Marlee Loch.
The accommodation at Netherton of Kinloch is arranged on one level with the bedrooms and bathrooms at the north end of the house and the reception rooms to the south. The house is characterised by large picture windows which fill the house with light and make the most of the lovely view. The sitting room incorporates an inset log burning stove. The dining room is positioned at the heart of the house between a formal sitting room and a sunroom. In addition to double doors, a large internal window links the sunroom to the kitchen and the result is a series of welcoming and versatile living areas. The kitchen has been thoughtfully arranged with a central island, fitted units on two sides and space for a family dining area. From the kitchen there is access to a utility room and a series of ancillary rooms which have potential for a number of uses. The conservatory is currently used as an artist's studio and what was formerly the garage has been converted for use as a study and also a workshop. The house is not short of storage and there is access from the hall to a large floored loft.
Netherton of Kinloch has a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, an en suite shower room and a picture window looking out towards the loch. There are two further double bedrooms (one also en suite), a family bathroom and WC.
Netherton of Kinloch is set in about one acre of beautifully maintained garden. The house is approached by a short tarmac driveway which leads through a smart fenced entrance to a parking area in front of the house and adjacent double car port. Mature shrubs and trees provide the garden with privacy. A pretty landscaped seating area has been created beside the entrance to the house, but most of the garden is laid out in complete privacy on the loch side of the property where there is an extensive walk-in fruit cage, beds of shrubs, mature trees, hedges and a terrace for sitting out in good weather.
A range of timber garden sheds (most served with light and power) are currently used as garden stores, workshops, a potting shed and a wood shed.
Double car port
Workshop (formerly a garage)
Mains water, electricity and private drainage
Heating powered by air source heat pump
Supplementary heating by electric infra-red panels
Solar panels are subject to a Feed in Tariff (further details available from the selling agent)
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Netherton of Kinloch is immaculately presented and occupies a delightful part of scenic Perthshire. The easy flow of the living accommodation plus particularly appealing garden with plenty of outbuildings for gardening, hobbies or even a home business, will make this bright and cheerful property appeal to a wide range of buyers.Stephanie Clarke