Tigh Na Ba is nestled amongst beautiful rolling hills and mountains at the foot of the Dalruzian Forest with direct access to a beautiful loch and extensive walks. The property dates back to the 1700s and was originally a byre hence the Gaelic name meaning the ‘House of the Cows’.
It was sympathetically converted into a modern architect designed home in 2019 with underfloor heating throughout. The accommodation is arranged over one level in lovely decorative order with oak flooring and oak doors.
A glazed door opens into a vestibule with which has a decorative mosaic tiled floor and space for coats and boots. A further glazed door leads to the reception hallway which has a timber floor and there is a useful shelved storage cupboard. Turning left, there is a further glazed door out to the rear garden.
The attractive living room has a tiled floor and windows to the south and north, each having deep cills. From here there this access through to a well-proportioned kitchen/diner which has space for dining table and chairs. The kitchen is fitted with base and wall mounted units with granite worktops, an inset Belfast style sink, plumbing for dishwasher, a tiled floor and a Velux window which floods the area with natural light. French doors open out to a south facing paved seating area and the garden. There is a further door returning back to the reception hall.
At the opposite end of the hallway are four bedrooms, one of which is a single room. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with WC, wash basin and full tiling to the walls and floor.
The family bathroom comprises WC, wash basin, bath with shower above, fully tiled walls and floor, a towel radiator, a window to the rear, and a deep linen cupboard with plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Externally the well maintained landscaped gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs with a lovely rockery area, two large patios and a beautiful summerhouse fully insulated with power. Both front and rear gardens enjoy sun all day. The plot extends to about 0.3 of an acre. There is parking for three vehicles.
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From Perth take the A923 to Blairgowrie. Drive through Blairgowrie heading east and shortly after crossing the river Ericht turn left onto the A93 signposted to Glenshee and Braemar. Follow the road for about 5 miles until reaching Bridge of Cally. Drive through the village heading north towards Glenshee and after about 4.2 miles there is a small group of cottages on the left, and Tigh Na Ba is the middle cottage.
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