Built in 1991, Beechwood Park is a traditionally constructed 1½ storey property which was extended and completely modernised in 2013.
There is now a substantial floor area extending to 5745 ft2 (533.4 m2) and it has a fine balance of public areas, break out spaces and double bedrooms with en suite facilities. It has an entertaining sized kitchen which is open plan to the family area and includes a stove and French doors leading to the garden. There are practical areas such as a large boot room, laundry room and access through to an integral garage which can accommodate four vehicles.
Further features include tasteful decoration with extensive use of oak flooring and oak panel doors throughout.
The mature grounds which extend to over half an acre include a tarmac sweeping driveway with external lighting, giving access to the garage and additional parking. There are mature trees, extensive lawned areas, paved patios and a summer house. There is easy access to mature woodland walks and south facing elevated views extending out towards Loch Leven and the Benarty and Bishop Hills.
Milnathort is a small village in one of the most attractive areas of Scotland, making it ideal for family living. It is minutes from the M90 motorway with Perth just 16 miles to the north and Edinburgh 29 miles to the south.
The attractive town of Kinross, just a couple of miles away, has excellent shops and restaurants, not to mention a fine golf course and an excellent high school that also serves as a community sports and leisure facility. Kinross is on the doorstep of Loch Leven, Scotland’s largest lowland loch, renowned for its excellent trout fishing, and the centrepiece of Loch Leven Nature Reserve.
The Loch Leven Heritage Trail, a path of about 13 miles, encircles the loch and is suitable for walkers of all ages and abilities. The trail is a unique experience linking natural, historic and cultural heritage around the loch. It gives access to the most attractive parts of Loch Leven to experience its remarkable history, nature and beauty. There is a ferry service across to Loch Leven Castle where Mary, Queen of Scots was incarcerated in 1567 before making her escape to England and ultimately executed on the orders of her cousin, Queen Elizabeth.
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From the centre of Milnathort village, take the B996 towards Cupar and St Andrews. On leaving the village, take the road to the left signposted Hattonburn Road. After just 80 metres turn left onto the small track which is the north east end of Old Perth Road. Continue for a further 250 metres and the entrance to Beechwood Park is on the right.