4 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £400000 GBP

Location, location, location!

AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents are delighted to offer to the market a commercial/residential development opportunity nestled in a beautiful location on the banks of the Blackwater river. Fishing rights (for trout) come with the purchase and separate permits may be obtained for those wishing to fish for salmon.

A stunning spot with beautiful outlook from the Keeper’s Cottage (one bedroom) and the Coach House itself (three bedrooms).


    A lovely detached three bedroom property set in a stunning riverside location together with a one bedroom detached cottage in a courtyard setting. These two homes are for sale as one package. The location is between Glenshee and Bridge of Cally and offers wide-ranging views in every direction. The homes may be utilised as Air BnB or holiday rentals for the one bedroom cottage whilst owners occupying the three bedroom home.


    The nearby town of Blairgowrie is a bustling town with the High Street being the focal point, with a variety of local shops including butchers, fishmongers, bakers, restaurants, hotels, cafes, fishing tackle shops, restaurants, local craft and gift shops together with supermarkets and convenience stores. Primary and secondary schools exist within the town. There is a primary school in Kirkmichael. If you’re an avid golf player, the Rosemount is a championship golf course and is considered one of the best in Scotland.

    Keeper’s Cottage

    Located at the entrance of the courtyard, the accommodation comprises a feature sunroom porch, spacious lounge with dining space, kitchen, bathroom and double bedroom. This beautiful cottage would make an excellent retirement cottage or, as it currently stands, utilise as a holiday let.

    There is parking in the courtyard for several vehicles. The situation is attractive for visitors who like checking out munros; skiing; glamping; golfing; fishing, etc.

    Dalrulzion Coach House

    The Coach House sits on the banks of the river in the area known as Blackwater. The river is a tributary of the Tay system and the house comes with fishing rights for Trout. Salmon permits can be obtained from the local post office at Bridge of Cally – they manage the permits for individual stretches of the Blackwater River. There are tremendous views from all windows of the Coach House over the river and towards the surrounding countryside. Fancy opening up the doors to watch the birdlife and salmon jumping almost on your doorstep. At this time of year, it’s great to see the lambs frolicking in the field opposite.

    Accommodation within the Coach House comprises an entrance vestibule, W.C., an open lounge/dining room and breakfasting kitchen on the ground floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Oil fired central heating and a wood-burning stove keeps the house cosy. New double glazing has been installed throughout retaining the attractive feature windows.

    Key Features

    • Spacious detached 3 bedroom Character Coach House on two levels plus a 1 bedroom Keeper’s cottage
    • Riverside location in the rolling countryside
    • Open outlook
    • Large courtyard parking space to hold 6 cars minimum
    • Easy to maintain gardens
    • Cosy and modern decor
    • Potential holiday let opportunity or retirement cottage
    • Trout fishing rights come with the property

    How much is your home worth?

    Find out today what your home is really worth! Properties are at a high right now. Get a free property valuation and market analysis with your local Kinross-shire Agent, Lynda Wilson, 7 days a week 8am-8pm or book a free valuation online.

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    Interested in viewing this home? Arrange an appointment through Lynda Wilson at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents – Kinross-shire.

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    (Property Ref: 17056543)

3 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £260000 GBP

A magnificent property commanding an enviable position with breathtaking views over Crieff. Upper Ivy Knoll is a unique opportunity to purchase a converted period home retaining beautiful original features located within a most desirable area of Crieff. The property comprises an impressive reception room, a large dining kitchen, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom with access to a spacious attic. There is also a family bathroom with utility area off and a split-level reception hall. This beautiful home faces south and is accessed via a drive at the rear which leads to a substantial of with mature gardens and a double garage.

    Reception Hallway – 6.9m x 2.5m (22’7″ x 8’2″ )

    Entry is via a private main door with intercom system into a charming lower hallway with storage cupboard. A broad timber staircase with window on half landing leads upstairs to a welcoming reception hall with solid oak flooring and an original stained glass window. There is a further double hall cupboard for storage.

    Dining Kitchen – 4.7m x 4.1m (15’5″ x 13’5″ )

    A tasteful, integrated and extremely well appointed kitchen with an island offers further storage and additional surface/food preparation area.
    Solid granite worktops, an original fireplace, double aspect windows with spectacular views and solid oak flooring further complement this beautiful room.

    Lounge – 5.7m x 4.8m (18’8″ x 15’8″)

    A truly magnificent reception room with solid oak flooring, multi fuel stove and a turret bay with sash and case window facing south over Crieff.

    Master Bedroom – 4.7m x 3.9m (15’5″ x 12’9″)

    Neutrally decorated and carpeted, the master bedroom retains the original fireplace. A large sash and case window faces east towards open fields.

    Double Bedroom – 4.8m x 3.9m (15’8″ x 12’9″)

    Neutrally coloured double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and additional wall fitted cupboards.
    Carpeted and window facing west.

    Single Bedroom – 2.8m x 2.5m (9’2″ x 8’2″)

    A spacious single bedroom with a double sash and case window looking south. A ladder allows access to a significant area of attic which runs the width of the house. With relevant planning consent this could be utilised as additional living space.

    Family Bathroom – 3.1m x 1.7m (10’2″ x 5’6″)

    A white 3 piece bathroom suite with shower over bath and large frosted window to the side. A utility area off the bathroom houses the washing machine and provides shelved storage space.

    Double Garage

    Accessed via the rear, this recently re-roofed double garage provides excellent workshop space and storage.


    The garden consists mainly of lawn surrounded by mature trees, shrubs and stone walls with well placed patio areas for relaxing, al fresco dining and outdoor entertaining.


    These particulars are prepared on the basis of information provided by our clients. We have not tested the electrical system or any electrical appliances, nor where applicable, any central heating system. All sizes are recorded by electronic tape measurement to give an indicative, approximate size only. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries – no warranty is given or implied. This schedule is not intended to, and does not form any contract.

    (Property Ref: 13288907)

4 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £299950 GBP


AMAZING RESULTS!™ Aberdeenshire are pleased to offer for sale this very unique, spacious and sympathetically converted former church. The property boasts 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 3 large reception rooms, it retains some beautiful original features and has the added addition of including a self contained annexe, which the current owners ran as a successful holiday cottage. The property sits in a peaceful elevated location overlooking the River Deveron and the beautiful landscape of The Cabrach.


    The property boasts LPG central heating & double glazing. It occupies a large corner plot with a private garden and decked area overlooking the River Deveron. There is parking for 3 cars. Internally the accommodation comprises a large entrance hall & separate utility room. You then enter into a large dining kitchen and spacious lounge with full height church ceiling, off the lounge is a snug/dining area. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with an en-suite, 2 further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The self contained annexe can also be accessed via a small stairway from the main house, it comprises a lounge/diner, kitchen, shower room and a large airy bedroom accessed via a spiral staircase.


    Exterior door leads to a large entrance hall/cloakroom: 2.4m x 1.9m approx.
    Utility Room: 2.7m x 2m large room with window to the side; housing boiler; stainless steel sink; washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
    Lounge: 4m x 5m approx. The generously proportioned lounge area has a full height church ceiling and traditional arched windows to the front allowing an abundance of natural light into the room; carpet and 2 radiators; stairs leading to gallery area and the upstairs accommodation and large storage cupboard.
    Kitchen: 4.6m x 3.9m approx. Well equipped kitchen fitted with an excellent range of base units, linked by work surfaces and splash back tiling; stainless steel 1.5 sink with a mixer tap; gas hob and electric oven; dishwasher; window to the side and front of the property and wooden flooring.
    Dining room/snug: 4.7m x 7.6m approx. Large area which would lend its self to multi purpose use; carpet and 2 radiators; internal access to self contained annexe.
    Shower Room: 2.6m x 1.9m approx. Attractive shower room fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; radiator.
    Master Bedroom: 4.7m x 3.5m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the front and side of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent hanging and storage space; carpet and radiator
    En-suite shower room: 2.6m x 1.9m approx. White suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; radiator.
    Bedroom 2: 2.6m x 4.6m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the rear of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage space; carpet and radiator.
    Bedroom 3: 3.6m x 4.7m approx. Bright spacious double bedroom overlooking the front of the property; fitted wardrobes providing excellent storage space; carpet and radiator.
    Family Bathroom: 2.7m x 2.5m approx. Attractive bathroom fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & jacuzzi bath tub (with shower over the bath) radiator.

    Self contained annexe
    Lounge/Diner: 5.4m x 3.5m approx. Cosy lounge with dining area and front window seat over looking the fantastic vista; Feature fireplace with wood burning stove; 2 radiators and spiral staircase to access the upstairs.
    Kitchen: 2.4m x 2.1m approx. Good size kitchen with electric hob/oven; microwave; stainless steel sink; fridge freezer; window to rear.
    Shower Room: 2.4m x 1m approx. Attractive shower room fitted with a white suite comprising: W.C; vanity sink & built in shower; window to the rear; radiator.
    Bedroom: 3.1m x 6.8m approx. Very large bright and spacious bedroom with skylights the front and rear of the property offering spectacular views; excellent hanging space/dressing area; carpet; radiator; super king bed base; built in eves storage and feature exposed beams.


    The Cabrach is a remote and sparsely populated area on the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, bordering Aberdeenshire & Moray.
    This hauntingly beautiful area was once a self-sustaining upland settlement. Its history stretches back to the very earliest inhabitants of Scotland and it has a strong sense of place. That distinctive identity is underlined by its name – not Cabrach, but ‘The‘ Cabrach. It is an area of natural beauty with unspoiled views over mountains and heather moors. The Cabrach has a long and colourful whisky distilling history and was once a legendary haunt of illicit distillers and smugglers. This history has led to the area being regarded as the birthplace of Malt Whisky. Nearest local towns for schools, shops and amenities are Dufftown (7 miles) and Huntly (13 miles) Aberdeen City is (43 miles)

    Key Features

    – Idyllic location
    – Superb views of the River Deveron
    – Large lounge with full height church ceiling
    – Addition of self contained annexe
    – Abundance of period features
    – Large Master bedroom with en-suite
    – 2 Double Bedrooms with built-in storage.
    – Large utility/cloakroom
    – Spacious Fitted dining Kitchen
    – Double Glazing & GCH
    – Decked seating area

    Garden Grounds

    The Old Kirk sits on a large corner plot, with garden grounds, decked seating area and parking for 3 cars. LPG storage tank is concealed underground with easy access for filling.


    Fridge freezer, microwave; electric hob/oven & super king bed base in the self contained annexe and all the white goods in the main house are included in the sale.

    Arrange a Viewing

    Viewing by appointment, please call your local Aberdeen Estate Agent Judith Mackie to see this home today. 07736 546518.
    To view Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content for this home or to arrange a viewing online, please visit AMAZING RESULTS!™ website.


    Find out today what your home is really worth! Get a free property valuation and market analysis with your local Aberdeen Estate Agent Judith Mackie, 7 days a week 8am-8pm or book a free valuation online.

    (Property Ref: 17052931)

1 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £189000 GBP

Wake up every day to the finest living in the heart of heritage Kinross.

AMAZING RESULTS!™ Kinross-shire are delighted to offer to the market this exceptional beautifully proportioned one bedroom unique style apartment offering luxury independent living for young or old alike. Be a part of Kinross true heritage. Hurry…it’s too good to miss!!


    This contemporary and immaculately presented apartment affords a high degree of living space all on the ground floor level. In-home relaxation or entertainment is easy in this generously proportioned home which sits in the heart of Kinross offering access to all amenities. This home was traditionally the old post office and is B listed benefiting from innovative architectural design.

    A stylish, high-specification kitchen with Siemens kitchen appliances opens to a wonderful dining space parallel to the living area which accommodates a welcoming attractive wood-burning stove feature fireplace. The hallway, utilities cupboard, large bathroom and double bedroom are accessible from the adjoining hallway. Full double glazing and GCH throughout.

    With a great layout for both young and elderly alike or professional couple seeking an easy commute to Edinburgh, Perth and Glasgow, this individual and rarely available home is ready to start living at its finest!

    Security entrance and inner hallway leads to Number 7. A small secluded garden space has been created to capture the evening sun at the rear of the apartment.

    The property has retained its traditional appearance externally at the site of the old post office and forms a part of a B listed group which includes the Library and Clock Tower. The dignified classical Town Hall makes a significant contribution to the streetscape at the heart of Kinross. The War Memorial at the principal entrance exhibits true heritage of Kinross. Expect to be impressed! Viewing by appointment, please call Lynda Wilson to view this home today!


    Be excited to view No 7, Town Hall (the Old Post Office) on High Street, Kinross which enjoys an enviable setting right in the heart of Kinross. All amenities are on the doorstep but residents still retain the privacy in this luxurious apartment. Kinross boasts good local medical and veterinary services, restaurants, several hotels, a supermarket and two golf courses with secondary schooling at Kinross High School & Community Campus. It is widely recognised as one of the best comprehensive schools in the country. The Primary School in Kinross feeds Kinross High School.

    The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. Loch Leven is famous for its varied birdlife and excellent trout fishing and the beautiful countryside provides excellent walking, cycling and riding opportunities. The Championship Courses at Gleneagles are 9 miles north and the world famous golf resort of St. Andrews, (the ‘Home of Golf’), is some 35 miles to the east.

    The M90 gives swift access to both Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow. There is also a Park and Ride service at Kinross with regular express coach services to Edinburgh and Perth. Edinburgh International Airport is only 27 miles away and provides regular flights throughout the UK and to a range of international destinations.

    Key features for this exceptional property

    • Contemporary spacious apartment in an enviable location in the heart of Kinross
    • Private secluded rear garden area to take in the evening sun
    • Occupies the former post office in this B listed building
    • Enhanced height living areas throughout and secluded double bedroom
    • Dynamic interior kitchen with Siemens kitchen appliances
    • Nominated parking space immediately at the front entry door (secure entry)


    Interested in viewing this home? Arrange an appointment through Lynda at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents – Kinross-shire. 01577 208117.

    We are open 7 days a week 8am-8pm.

    What is your home worth?

    Find out today what your home is really worth! Get a free property valuation and market analysis with your local Kinross-shire Estate Agent, Lynda, 7 days a week 8am-8pm. 01577 208117 | 07809330678. Book a free valuation online.

    An Expert At Your Side.™

    (Property Ref: 15603953)

2 Bedroom Character Property – Offers Over £180000 GBP

***** SOLD at Closing Date ***** Similar Properties Required.

Perthshire is renowned for its picturesque landscape and offers numerous opportunities for pursuit enthusiasts including walking, climbing and mountain biking. Shooting, fishing, golfing, tennis, horse riding and stalking can all be enjoyed nearby. The town of Auchterarder lies 5 miles distant and north of the Ochil Hills amidst rolling Perthshire countryside with a good range of independent retailers along with numerous restaurants, schooling, medical, dental, optical and veterinary practices.The town is also well known as a golfing centre with it’s own local Golf Club and Jack Nicklaus designed PGA Academy world-renowned course at Gleneagles, hosting The Ryder Cup 2014.

The City of Perth can be accessed in approximately 15-20 minutes by car and offers a wide range of local and national retailers along with extensive leisure facilities, an art gallery, cinema and theatre. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be accessed in just over an hour by car and offer a range of big city amenities along with international airports.

    Entrance Hall – 1.40 x 1.58 (4’7″ x 5’2″)

    Traditional front door, double glazed window and double doors leading to the hall.

    Hall – 2.83 x 0.98 & 3.53 x 0.95 (9’3″ x 3’2″ & 11’6″ x 3

    An L-shaped hall with doors to all rooms and stairs leading to the first floor.

    Reception 1 – 4.91 x 3.72 (16’1″ x 12’2″)

    A light and pleasing room with a double aspect, wooden floor and fireplace with traditional wooden mantle piece and brick hearth.

    Bathroom – 3.36 x 1.52 (extending to 2.44) (11’0″ x 4’11” (ex

    An L shaped bathroom with sash window and a white suite comprising of a low level WC, hand wash basin and wiring for an electric shower, fitted wet wall & disabled access, screens and hand rails.

    Reception 2 – 5.15 x 2.99 (16’10” x 9’9″)

    Front aspect with a tiled hearth and slip with wooden mantle piece and cast iron wood burning stove. Pine door to reception three.

    Reception 3 – 4.02 x 2.71 (13’2″ x 8’10”)

    Double aspect with doors leading out into the garden and to the kitchen.

    Kitchen – 3.36 x 2.46 (11’0″ x 8’0″)

    With a view out over the garden the kitchen has a range of floor and wall units with single stainless steel sink and a mixer tap. Freestanding oven with extractor fan over and a door to the sun room.

    Sun room – 1.86 x 1.53 (6’1″ x 5’0″)

    Sun room with windows on three sides and a door leading outside to the patio area.

    Bedroom One – 3.38 x 3.36 (11’1″ x 11’0″)

    With a double aspect this room is light and bright. combed ceilings.

    Bedroom Two – 3.35 x 3.39 (10’11” x 11’1″)

    With a front aspect and built in wardrobes. Combed ceilings.

    Annex – 14.03 x 5.20 (46’0″ x 17’0″)

    A large stone built annex with slated roof and up and over garage door. Attached to the side of the house this annex has scope for renovation and development into a fantastic family space (subject to the necessary planning permissions and application). Previously used for garaging and storage and currently housing the central heating boiler.


    The garden to the rear remains is mainly laid to lawn with of trees, shrubs and bulbs to the edges. The rear boundary is fenced but the current owner is willing to consider extending the garden by separate negotiation. Please note that there is also scope for further purchase of paddock land to the front and rear of the property.


    A stone outbuilding with tiled roof having outline planning permission to convert into a two bedroom holiday cottage, pending amendments to the original planning consent.


    (Property Ref: 13021888)

2 Bedroom Character Property – Fixed Price £145000 GBP

SOLD Another One! Similar Properties urgently required.

An ideal first time buy, holiday let, retirement or simply for a change of lifestyle in one of the most charming little villages on the North East coast of Scotland.

Your private retreat boasts a large Reception Room with a galley-style kitchen and Dining room or 3rd Bedroom on the Ground Floor. The first floor comprises a good-sized Double Bedroom with outstanding sea views, further Bedroom with fitted wardrobes and fitted bathroom with Shower. Electric Heating. Double Glazing. A rare find in this price range.

Simply has to be on your viewing list! Shown by appointment, please call your local Estate Agent Peter Carnegie to see this home today. Hurry…its too good to miss!!

    Livingroom – 3.7 x 4.3 (12’1″ x 14’1″)

    Large lounge with amazing character including feature fireplace, beamed ceiling and wall lighting.

    Bedroom 1 – 2.9 x 3.1 (9’6″ x 10’2″)

    Fitted wardrobes and hanging space in one corner, nice bright room.

    Bedroom 2 – 2.2 x 4.1 (7’2″ x 13’5″)

    Good sized double room with sea views.

    Dining or 3rd Bedroom – 2.1 x 4.3 (6’10” x 14’1″)

    Dining room or a 3 bedroom if needed.

    Bathroom – 1.7 x 2.1 (5’6″ x 6’10”)

    Fitted bathroom with low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and bath with electric shower above and plenty of storage. Large window.

    Kitchen – 4.1 x 1.2 (13’5″ x 3’11” )

    The fitted kitchen is a galley-style kitchen with wall and base storage units, ample worktops, inset sink unit and splashback tiling. Window. Space for fridge/freezer.

    Outside – 4.2 x 2 (13’9″ x 6’6″ )

    A nice sun trap in a walled, private sitting area out side back door

    floor plan

    (Property Ref: 14714869)