Maryfield is a handsome period property dating from the late Victorian era, with a later extension to the rear. It is of stoneconstruction under a slate roof, with the rear extension being traditionally constructed.
The accommodation is spread over twofloors with well proportioned rooms retaining many of the typical features expected in a house of this period including Parquet flooring throughout the ground floor, ceiling cornicing, operational window shutters and pitch pine skirtings, facing and doors. The extensive garden grounds, extending to about half an acre, are mature and well cared for, providing a quiet and peaceful setting.
A solid door with a glazed panel above opens into an entrance vestibule with a mosaic tiled floor, and a further glazeddoor gives access through to a welcoming reception hall.
To the left, the large drawing room has a beautiful, curved bay window overlooking the front garden, with a smallwindow to the side. The feature open fireplace has a marble inset and timber surround. An arch subtly divides theroom allowing for a formal dining area, and there is a window to the rear garden.
A dining room has a shallow press cupboard and a door through to the former butler’s pantry which also works wellas a home office.
The large kitchen has ample space for dining and entertaining. There are pine base units with contrasting worktopsand tiled splashbacks, an inset stainless-steel sink and mixer tap, a range style electric cooker, plumbing for anautomatic washing machine and a dishwasher, and a larder cupboard. There are windows on two sides and a centralisland making a clear division between the kitchen and dining areas.
The rear hall has a tiled floor and an external door to the driveway and garden. Also located here is a floor-mountedGrants oil fired boiler and a walk-in store cupboard. Carrying on through is a wet room with a shower, WC and washbasin, and windows on two sides.
A curved pitch pine staircase with cast iron balustrade and hardwood handrail has a mid-landing with a roof windowabove. On the mezzanine floor, the first room was formerly used as a linen room which has two Velux roof lights. Itwould serve well as a dressing room to the large bedroom which follows through from it.
Completing the accommodation, on the upper floor are three further double bedrooms all with shallow presscupboards. The master room has a large, curved bay window. The family bathroom has a WC, wash basin, a bath, surrounding tiling to dado height, a heated towel radiator and a window overlooking the front garden.
In the event that the purchaser or their successors in title obtains planning permission for a residential dwelling in the garden ground of Maryfield, within 25 years of the date of sale, the purchaser or their successors in title shall pay to the seller 25% of the uplift in value of the land.
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Travelling into the village of Meigle on the A94, bear right at the Spar shop onto the B954, signposted for Dundee.Take the second road on the right, directly opposite Meigle Parish Church, onto Ardler Road, signposted for BelmontCastle. After about 80 metres, the gated entrance to Maryfield is on the right.
From the north east, travel through turning left onto the B954 and follow the directions above.
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