Panlathy Mill Farmhouse is a detached stone-built property with a slate roof. It dates from around the ide 1800s and retains some of the typical features expected in a house of this period such as the curved stone staircase, ornate ceiling cornicing, dado rails, window shutters, hardwood panelled doors, facings and deep skirtings. The Farmhouse would benefit from a certain amount of upgrading.
A glazed door opens to the entrance hall with a curved staircase lit by a stair window with decorative glass.
To the right is the formal dining room which has a window to the front a display press and a focal open fireplace with cast iron and tiled inset. This room could also be used as a fourth, double bedroom.
To the left is the main sitting room which has windows on two sides. It opens through hardwood glazed French doors to a further public room with a window to the side. A focal wood burning stove sits within a brick surround and tiled hearth. A door returns back to the rear hallway where there are two useful storage cupboards.
The family bathroom is fully tiled and has a window to the side. The white suite has a WC with concealed cistern, wash basin with storage below, additional cupboard space, illuminated vanity mirror, bath and separate shower.
From the rear hall, an area for coats and boots then gives access through to a utility room with a tiled floor, coat hooks, base units with integral washing machine and an inset stainless-steel sink and mixer tap. There is a large window and a glazed door opening to the rear.
Kitchen does require some modernisation. It is fitted with base and wall mounted units, worktops, inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap with a window above, electric cooker and over hood and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is ample space for a breakfasting table and chairs.
On the upper floor are three bedrooms. The bedroom to the right has an en suite shower room which is fully tiled and has a WC, wash basin and a window.
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Leaving Dundee from the Kingsway East, proceed along the A92 dual carriageway for about 8.8 miles, leaving at the exit for Muirdrum. At the T junction turn left and at the cross roads turn right. Continue for about 500 metres and on reaching the National Speed Limit, the entrance to Panlathy Mill Farmhouse is immediately to the left.