View over Loch Leven from unique family home

Beechwood Park is a unique and substantial family home set in over half an acre of mature grounds with south facing views over Loch Leven.

Presented by Bell Ingram at offers over £680,000, this traditionally constructed property was built in 1995 then extended and completely modernised in 2013.

The accommodation is stylish and contemporary and laid out over one-and-a-half easily managed levels.

The flow and set up of Beechwood Park lends itself perfectly for family living and guest entertaining with a fine balance of public areas, break-out spaces and double bedrooms with en-suite facilities.

There is a substantial floor area extending to 5745 ft2 (533.4 m2) and 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 grounds 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.

Additionally, there is easy access to mature woodland walks and south facing elevated views extending out towards Loch Leven and the Benarty and Bishop Hills.

The accommodation comprises:

Double entrance doors with side screens which open into the vestibule where there is a coat hanging cupboard. Further glazed double oak doors lead into the reception hall which has a beautiful oak floor and a storage cupboard. The staircase, with a glazed balustrade, leads from here to the first-floor accommodation.

Three steps lead down into the sitting room which has a bay-style window taking full advantage of the south facing views out towards Loch Leven. It has a log burning stove with an oak beam above. Opposite, the formal dining room has double-glazed oak doors from the reception hall and a patio door to the rear garden.

The large kitchen has a beautiful oak floor, base and wall mounted units which include a feature L shaped island with a prep sink and a beech wood bloc work top. The remainder of the units have Corian worktops and there is a further double inset sink with a Quooker hot tap. The integrated appliances include a Britannia induction range cooker, two Neff integrated upright fridge/freezers, an electric oven, a microwave and a dishwasher. Further features include glazed display units, tiled splashbacks and concealed lighting with further lighting above the dining area.

Adjacent to the island is ample space for family dining. Sliding French doors open to the garden where the summer house is located. A further section of the kitchen has a seating area with a log burning stove and hearth, and external glazed doors to the side garden.

There are two break-out areas leading from the kitchen/family room. Steps lead down to the games room which has smart technology, a vaulted ceiling, surrounding display ledge and Velux windows. It has a focal electric living flame fire together with a corner bar with a wine cooler. There are windows on three sides, two of which are full height sliding French doors to the garden.

Overlooking the games room is the second break out area on a mezzanine floor. It has a glass balustrade and a gallery. Velux windows are above the mezzanine level and the games room.
Also on the ground floor is a large WC with a washbasin, a boiler cupboard, ample space for a shower, and a window overlooking the rear.

An inner hall leads to the bedroom wing where there are four double bedrooms, two have en suite shower rooms and one has an en suite bathroom. One room is currently being used as a home gym. From this area there is access to a large boot and laundry room with external glazed doors to both the south and north of the property. It has limestone flooring and a base unit with an inset stainless-steel sink. There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for larger appliances. A door leads through to the integral garage.

The staircase in the reception hall leads to the first floor giving direct access into the studio/home office where all the furniture is fitted and included in the sale price. There is a centred workstation with storage below and a number of Velux windows to the north and south affording a large amount of natural light.

Also on the first floor is the master bedroom suite with dressing and wardrobe space. The en suite bathroom has a heated limestone floor, a WC, two wash basins, free standing roll top bath and a separate shower.

Beechwood Park is situated in the delightful village of Milnathort, minutes from the M90 motorway with Perth 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.

Article posted on 04/03/2020

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