Newhouse, Moneydie, Luncarty, PH1 3HZ

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£850,000

  • BB117-0101S
  • House
  • For Sale
  • 4
  • 4
  • 3
  • Double Garage
  • G
  • Freehold
  • Perth

A substantial and beautifully presented and maintained detached house within grounds of 0.7 acres. Enjoying a peaceful location in the rural hamlet of Moneydie yet with easy access back to the A9 and Perth city

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Carl Warden

Perth

01738 621 121
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      Overview

      • 423 m2 (4,558 ft2)
      • 2 main public rooms
      • Kitchen and dining area
      • Large utility room and separate laundry
      • Family room (or bedroom 5)
      • Study
      • G/f shower room
      • 4 bedrooms (2 en suite)
      • Family bathroom
      • Mature enclosed garden grounds
      • Tree lined driveway
      • Double garage/workshop and game larder

      Newhouse was traditionally constructed in 1998 to include many features you would expect to find in a period house, making it blend well with the other properties in Moneydie. Real attention to detail is evident in the large public rooms and bedrooms, high ceilings, fireplaces, cornicing, and the pitch pine staircase with mid landing and feature window. In addition to the good balance of living accommodation, there is a large utility room with a separate laundry room and pantry. Externally there is a game larder/kennel, a double garage with cart arch openings and a hayloft, all reminiscent of older properties.

      Accommodation
      The front entrance is in the feature turret which then opens to a spacious reception hall with ample storage behind the double timber sliding doors. To the left, two glazed doors open to the first public room which is flooded with light from the large bay windows overlooking the front, and a glazed door opening to a seating patio in the side garden. There is ornate cornicing, ceiling rose and a fireplace housing a log burning stove.

      Next is the dining area with storage cupboards and ample room for a large dining table and chairs. It is in open plan with the kitchen, divided by a peninsular unit housing a good-sized induction hob. The two-oven Aga with twin hotplates has been converted to run by electricity, but no warranty is being offered with the Aga. It is supplemented by a separate electric oven and there is Belfast-style sink and a dishwasher. The base and wall units match the dining area and have wood block worktops. Both the dining area and the kitchen have a tiled floor.

      Double glazed doors from both the dining area and from the kitchen open through to the more recently added garden room which has windows on three sides together with roof windows and a central lantern window. A feature brick wall and a tiled hearth accommodates a further wood burning stove. A sliding door opens out to the seating patio.

      Off the kitchen is a particularly large utility room with a Belfast-styled sink. From here there is access to a laundry room and a pantry.

      Completing the ground floor accommodation is a shower room, a well fitted study, and a large family room with an ornate fireplace and open fire which could also be used as a fifth bedroom.

      The pitch pine staircase has a large storage area below. At the mid-landing is a large arched window which floods the area with natural light.

      The upper floor has four generously sized bedrooms. The master room has an en suite bathroom and a well fitted dressing room with a roof light above. Bedroom two has an en suite shower room formed within the structure of the turret. Bedroom three has a wooden floor and a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams; and bedroom four is currently used as a large dressing room.

      The family bathroom has white tiling to the walls, white units, a bath with handheld shower attachment and a corner shower.

      Clawback Provision
      The title to the garden ground marked blue on the sale plan contains a clawback provision whereby if there is any development on this area, beyond the development of one each of a garage, garden shed, greenhouse or gazebo, 50% of the increase in value of the land due to the development is payable to the former proprietors, Zurich Assurance Ltd. Further details are available on request.

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      From Perth heading north on the A9, take the first exit to Luncarty, and turn first left onto the B8063 to Redgorton and Logiealmond. After about 300m, turn right to Logiealmond. After about 2 miles turn right into Moneydie village, and the entrance to Newhouse is the first gated entrance on the left. For viewers using the ‘what3words’ app, the location of Newhouse is ///almost.scrapping.voice