A small development of seven detached homes at Forgan Grove set in mature grounds bounded at the rear by the woodland grounds of Strathallan School. The specifications are noted below.
The images are taken across all the plots on the development.
Fixtures and Fittings
Underfloor heating throughout ground floor
Radiators to the first floor
Air source heat pump
Choice of quality kitchens from our approved range.
A choice of quality kitchen from an approved range with Bosch appliances including induction hob, built in oven, combi micro wave oven, fridge freezer, combined washer / dryer, built in dishwasher and stainless-steel cooker hood.
Internal doors and skirtings will be white
A choice of tiles from our approved range
Built in wardrobes
Digital TV aerial socket
LED downlighters in the bathrooms and kitchen
uPVC casement double glazed windows
Private gardens (front turfed and the rear rotovated)
Paved and chipped driveways
Reservation and Offers
A non-refundable reservation fee of £1,000 will reserve a plot for a period of four weeks and on conclusion of missives a deposit of £5,000 will be paid. The balance of the purchase price will be payable on completion of the transaction.
Forgandenny is set in the Perthshire agricultural valley of Strathearn and is within easy reach of Bridge of Earn and within four miles of the M90. It has a vibrant community and an excellent range of village amenities including a church, a village hall and a shop with post office services. More comprehensive shopping facilities can be found in Bridge of Earn and Perth.
Perth, which has recently achieved City status, is considered one of the most desirable Scottish towns in which to live. Perth has an excellent range of shops, supermarkets and professional services and is in a pivotal position with motorway and dual carriageway connections to all the major cities of central Scotland. Perth also has a railway station with services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness.
Recreational opportunities in and around Perth are excellent. Scone Palace, one of Scotlands finest stately homes, is just two miles away. There is National Hunt racing and polo at Scone, which also hosts the Game Conservancys Scottish Fair. There are numerous good golf courses nearby, including a number of town courses, Murrayshall, and Rosemount at Blairgowrie. Perth is a gateway to the Highlands with ample opportunities for hillwalking and skiing at both Glen Shee and Aviemore.
Gleneagles Hotel, the great Palace in the Glen, is only 14 miles away. It is a resort geared for enjoyment and offers a wide range of sports and leisure facilities, many of which are available to non-residents of the hotel. In addition to the three 18-hole Championship golf courses, and the nine hole Wee Course, there is a Golf Academy and practice ground. Fishing, falconry and horse riding can also be enjoyed.
There is world class shooting and stalking on hand, with trout and salmon fishing on numerous easily accessible lochs and the Earn and the Tay Rivers.
There are a good number of private schools nearby including Craigclowan Preparatory School, Strathallan, Glenalmond and Kilgraston.