Entered through UPVC door and in turn gives direct access to the sitting room. Built in cupboard offering space for jackets and shoes. Electric meter and fuse box within.
Sitting Room 5.43m x 3.53m
Bright sitting room with window to the front. Open tread staircase to upper floor. Two storage heaters. Electric fire with wooden surround. Carpeted. Smoke detector. TV point. Door to kitchen.
Kitchen 2.90m x 2.411m
Fitted with base and wall units with contrasting work surfaces. Integrated four ring electric hob with oven below and extractor hood above. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit. Dishwasher and Fridge/freezer. Built in cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Window into the conservatory. Door to conservatory.
Conservatory 3.64m x 2.44m
Glazed on two sides with sliding door leading to rear garden. Laminate flooring.
Carpeted landing offering access to all upper accommodation. Fitted book shelves.
Bedroom 1 2.90m x 2.62m
Good sized double bedroom with window to the rear of the property. Built in wardrobes and drawer unit offering hanging and storage space. Carpeted. Panel heater.
Shower Room 2.52m x 1.56m
Fitted with white WC and wash hand basin. Walk in shower enclosure with electric Mira shower within. Wet wall around room. Opaque window to the side.
Bedroom 2 2.52m x 2.15m
Single bedroom with recessed hanging and storage space. Window to the front. Carpeted. Panel heater.
£575 per month
No DSS or smokers. Small pets by negotiation.
7 Birch Lane is situated within the small village of Glenfarg some 11 miles South of Perth.
Surrounded by picturesque countryside, and in a tranquil location, commuting to Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh is still quick and easy, with the M90 just a few miles away. Glenfarg and nearby Milnathort offer general stores, post office and banking, and primary schooling.
Perth, which has recently achieved city status has an excellent range of shops, supermarkets and professional services in addition to a concert hall, art galleries and Scone Palace. There is National Hunt racing and polo at Scone, which also hosts the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust?s annual Scottish Fair. Perth is a gateway to the Highlands with ample opportunities for hillwalking and skiing at both Glen Shee and Aviemore.
There are golf courses at Milnathort, Kinross and Perth, and the Championship courses at Gleneagles. The River Tay provides salmon fishing and closer to home at Loch Leven there is brown trout fishing. Pheasant shooting can be rented locally on nearby estates. The Ochil Hills are a popular destination for hill walkers and mountain bikers.
From Perth, take the M90 south to Edinburgh. At junction 9 take the exit onto A912 signposted, Glenfarg/Cupar. Continue straight onto B996 for about 2.5 miles and turn right onto Ladeside then left onto Duncrievie Road. Take a left into Ashgrove and then first left into Birch Lane. Number 7 is on your left hand side.