Netherby
0.40 Ha(1 Ac)
Offers over £795,000(23.486.691.537 ₫)

St. Marys DriveDunblane, Perthshire, FK15 0DN

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in June 2019
  • Grounds of about 1 acre
  • Tree lined driveway with gates onto St Mary's Drive
  • Driveway and detached double garage and old wash house
  • Mature gardens. Large flat west facing lawn
  • Superb views out to the west to the Highlands

Impressive Tudor style house situated at the top of St Mary's Drive.

About this property

  • Netherby is an impressive detached family home set within an acre plot of mature grounds. The Tudor style house dates from 1903 and was built as a wedding gift to John Roberts and Jenny Adams by Jenny's father Denovan Adams, a talented artist of the era. The house has fine west facing reception rooms and superb period features throughout such as wood panelling, ornate cornicing and sash and case windows. The exterior is beautifully presented and finished with brick, white harling, painted timbers, sandstone window sills and a red pantile roof. The house has been in the same family ownership for almost 55 years.

    The hallway is accessed through a set of impressive double storm doors where there is a cloakroom with a separate WC. The hallway gives access to the three reception rooms and is a beautiful space with a grand staircase, arches and wood panelling. The drawing room has a large bay window overlooking the garden as well as an open fire with original finely carved mantelpiece and Portland stone surround.

    The sitting room is also a fine space with views over the garden. This was the original dining room for the property and formerly linked with the butler's pantry, which is fitted with original wall mounted cabinets. Situated between both rooms is the elegant dining room, which also looks over the garden.

    The kitchen is south facing and has plenty of space for a dining table. There is a range of fitted wall and floor mounted units with integrated appliances. Located off the kitchen is a laundry room, butler's pantry, wine cellar, WC, store room, game larder with original cold storage shelves and former coal cellar.

    The first floor is split into two sections with four of the main bedrooms located to the front of the house, each looking over the gardens to the front and rear. There are two family bathrooms serving the main bedrooms and one en suite shower room located in the east facing bedroom. The landing has a useful store cupboard and a walk in linen store with ample shelving.

    To the back of the house are a further two bedrooms, a shower room and a separate WC, accessed both by a second stair by the kitchen and from the main landing.

    The attic is accessed from the hall outside one of the bathrooms and has a dormer window.

    OUTSIDE
    The grounds of Netherby are accessed by double gates set between impressive stone pillars on the corner of St Mary's Drive and The Crescent. The driveway leads through the beautiful grounds of Netherby to the front door and round to the garage. The main lawn sits to the west and down a small flight of steps from the upper terrace which has a path running around the house. On the south side of the house is a large greenhouse which catches the sun for most of the day in the summer months. Across from the back door is the double garage, old wash house and gardener's WC. Beyond the garage is another area of mature garden ground with a pedestrian gate out onto The Crescent. In total the grounds extend to about an acre.


    Viewings
    Strictly by appointment with Savills - 0131 247 3738.

    Services
    Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.

    Local Authority & tax band
    Stirlingshire Council tax band H.

    Conservation Area.
    Netherby is within the Dunblane conservation area.

    Fixtures & Fittings
    Carpets, curtains, light fittings (except for the dining room light) and integrated white goods are to be included in the sale.

    Solicitors
    Coulters. 3 Lochside Way, Edinburgh, EH12 9DT. Tel 0131 603 7333. E enquiries@coulters.io.

    Planning
    There is planning permission in place for two residential dwellings on the land to the west of Netherby. More information is available on the Stirlingshire planning portal.

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Local information

  • Netherby is situated at the head of one of the most sought after roads in Upper Dunblane. The area comprises large, detached houses set on a hill with good views. It is also within a short walking distance of the town centre and railway station. Dunblane is one of the country's smallest cathedral cities and lies between the rugged mountain peaks of Perthshire to the north and the rich fertile Carse of Stirling to the south. The magnificent cathedral is the focal point of this charming town with a population of around 9,000 residents.
  • The town has a variety of local shops and convenient supermarkets. It also offers good recreational facilities which include tennis, squash and bowling clubs and a golf club. Gleneagles Hotel with its leisure club and world famous golf courses is only 14 miles away. The Dunblane Centre, which opened in 2004, has a range of facilities available for all ages such as a sports hall, art studio, fitness suite, music room and a conference room.
  • There are three primary schools in the vicinity which feed Dunblane High School. There is also a good selection of nursery schools and private schools nearby including Ardvreck and Morrison's Academy in Crieff and Dollar Academy.
  • Dunblane is well placed for road and rail connections to all the major towns and cities of central Scotland. The pivot of the motorway network is only 2 miles to the south with the M9 and M80 giving quick access to Edinburgh and Glasgow respectively. The A9 has dual carriageway all the way to Perth. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are easily accessible.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Glasgow or Edinburgh take the M9 past Stirling to the roundabout (Junction 11) at the end of the motorway. Take the third exit, signposted for Dunblane. Follow the road to Dunblane and at the first roundabout take the second exit. Continue to the second roundabout at St Mary's Church and take the second exit signposted for Perth. Follow this road and take the second right turning into The Crescent. Follow The Crescent up the hill and the entrance to Netherby is diagonally across the junction.
  • EPC Rating = D