This delightful property was once a shepherd''s cottage, shielding them from the harsh wilderness. Sympathetically converted to retain original features, it''s now been designed to let the wilderness back in.
Situated on a working farm in a secluded and private setting, lies this Highland Shepherd’s cottage that has been tastefully and thoughtfully converted. With panoramic views over surrounding woodlands, rolling hills and Loch Rannoch, you really will feel like you are centred in the middle of the Highland wilderness.
Sympathetically converted the cottage manages to retain traditional features alongside a contemporary style. The cottage has been designed in mind to incorporate the personal touch by using hand crafted wooden doors, exposing wooden beams, adding a cosy woodburner and retaining the open fire. Splashes of warm colours and traditional patterns throughout give the cottage a sense of homeliness and relaxation.
The cottage is situated over two floors with the intention to welcome you with a warm and personal greeting. On the ground-floor is the spacious sitting room with exposed beams and an open fire that leads through to the garden room, with French doors that open out onto the patio. The utility room has a washing machine and a tumble dryer and is the perfect place for removing those muddy boots! The bunk bedroom is also located on this floor. On the first-floor is the king size bedroom, the twin bedroom and the bathroom with shower over the bath and WC.
Outside the property offers endless uninterrupted views. By day, of the rolling Highland hills, lochs and forests and by night, crystal clear Dark Skies for star gazing. The enclosed garden with patio, seating and BBQ overlooks miles of glorious countryside and makes you realise that you really are blessed to be in one of the most picturesque of settings here in Perthshire.
For an excellent introduction to Highland Perthshire - visit the ‘Beautiful Highland Perthshire’ website – where you will find details on the three charming nearby towns of Dunkeld , Pitlochry and Aberfeldy plus the world famous House of Bruar for very special “ Retail Therapy “!