Savills | Appleton House, High Street, Errol, Perth, PH2 7QE | Properties for sale
3,059 sq ft(284.19 sq m)
Offers over £495,000

Appleton HouseHigh Street, Errol, Perth, PH2 7QE

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in January 2021
  • Beautifully proportioned rooms
  • Neat, mature and private garden
  • Central village location close to amenities
  • Useful outbuildings with further potential
  • Ideal for commuting to Dundee or Perth

An impressive Victorian village home

About this property

  • Appleton House dates from 1856 when it was built for the Perth Banking Company. The property has been B Listed by Historic Environment Scotland. The dining room at Appleton House was where the bank and office would have been while the remainder of the house was once the bank manager's home. The original walk-in safe and strengthened security doors are still in place. A wrought iron gate from Errol High Street leads to the front door, while a side gate leads to what was formerly the public entrance to the bank. The front vestibule opens into the reception hall with the dining and drawing rooms on either side. Both are beautifully proportioned with tall arched windows, and original cornicing. The finest cornice work however is in the sitting room which is another beautiful room with equally large windows and an open fireplace. Also on the ground floor is a breakfasting kitchen, utility room, boot room and WC. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms and a fifth bedroom which is currently used as a study. There is a shower room on the first floor and a bathroom situated on the half landing.

    The garden at Appleton House has been beautifully maintained with neatly edged lawn surrounding circular beds at the front and herbaceous beds to the rear. There is an expanse of lawn on the east side of the garden where there is also a summer house. A paved terrace wraps around the south eastern sides of the house and provides a great spot for sitting out in good weather.

    The Coach House
    The former coach house and stable block is a pretty traditional building which is currently divided into four parts providing a garage, a general store room, a fuel store and a garden store. Subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents the this building could be converted for a number of uses.

    Lean-to greenhouse
    Summer house


    Strictly by appointment with Savills – 01738 477525.

    Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

    Local Authority & tax band
    Perth and Kinross Council tax band G

    Appleton House has been Category B Listed by Historic Environment Scotland.

    Fixtures & Fittings
    The carpets and curtains will be included in the sale. The freestanding fridge/freezer and the washing machine and dryer are excluded from the sale. The mirror and bookcase in the sitting room as well as the wardrobe in the principal bedroom may be available for purchase by separate negotiation.,

    Photos taken and brochure produced
    October 2020

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This is the first time that Appleton House has come to the market in 48 years - a real once in a generation opportunity.

Stephanie ClarkeProperty agent

Local information

  • Appleton House is situated on the main street of Errol. It is set back from the road and surrounded by a mature garden so that it has privacy while also being at the heart of the village and close to local amenities. Errol has two general stores, a butcher, post office, pub and community centre. Its A Listed 19th century parish church is known locally as The Cathedral of the Carse.
  • Perth and Dundee both have an excellent choice of shops, bars and restaurants as well as theatres, art galleries, museums and cinemas. Both towns have superb leisure facilities and there is a choice of golf courses locally including the North Inch Golf Course (one of the oldest in Scotland), Craigie Hill and Murrayshall. Gleneagles and St Andrews are both within 30 miles of Errol.
  • Errol is situated in The Carse of Gowrie which is famed for its fertile farmland soft fruit growing. It is not far from the River Tay where there are riverside walks and reedbeds attracting a variety of birdlife. Perth is often referred to as the Gateway to the Highlands and for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, the rivers, hills and lochs of the Perthshire highlands and the Angus Glens are all within easy reach.
  • Perth and Dundee train stations have regular services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness and London. Edinburgh Airport is about 48 miles away and there are direct flights from Dundee Airport (12 miles) to London City and Belfast.
  • In terms of education, Errol has a primary school and there is a choice of secondary schooling in both Perth and Dundee. Private schooling nearby includes The High School of Dundee, Strathallan, Kilgraston, and Craigclowan within 16 miles and Morrisons Academy, Ardvreck Preparatory School and Glenalmond College all within 30 miles.
  • All distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • Directions: On entering Errol from Perth, bear right into the main street of the Village and Appleton House is visible from The High Street, on the right hand side, before reaching the primary school which is on the left.
  • EPC Rating = F