A detached modern home externally finished with rendered wet dash walls, partially timber clad, a pitched slated roof and dormer windows. Externally there are steps leading to a seating decked area and access to the front porch. A retaining wall encloses the front garden where there is a chipped area and grass. A gate leads to the side path which accesses the rear garden where there is a small dwarf retaining wall surrounding the garden. There is external lighting, a timber shed and the oil tank.
A shared communal courtyard to the front provides allocated private parking.
A glazed door opens into a porch which has a surrounding dwarf wall and double glazed windows. Double glazed doors lead into the open plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen.
The sitting room has windows to the front, a chimney breast and an understairs cupboard. It is open plan with a dining area and has French doors to the raised deck. It opens through to the kitchen with a breakfast bar divider.
The kitchen has a tiled floor and is fitted with base and wall mounted units, contrasting worktops and an inset 1½ bowl stainless steel sink and mixer tap. The integrated appliances include a Bosch electric oven, ceramic hob with hood above, free standing American style fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher. Also in the kitchen is a concealed oil fired boiler. There is a window overlooking the rear garden and an external glazed door to the side.
The inner hall leads to a ground floor bedroom which has a small built in wardrobe, windows overlooking the rear and a glazed door to the garden. The ground floor shower room has WC, wash basin and shower with screening, wall and floor tiling and a towel radiator.
A mid landing staircase leads to the first floor. Pine paneled doors give access to three further double bedrooms. The master bedroom has two built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower. It has a tiled floor and a towel radiator. A double Velux window affords a great deal of natural light.
The family bathroom comprises WC, wash basin, bath and a separate shower and a towel radiator. There is a window to the side.
The hamlet of Waterloo lies close to the village of Bankfoot. The origin of the name Waterloo is thought to be from the settling of soldiers returning from the Battle of Waterloo, however others believe it was built for the widows of the soldiers who did not return from the front. Bankfoot provides day to day requirements including a primary school, with a wider range of facilities available in Perth, 15 miles away. Perth also has an excellent range of shops, professional services and leisure facilities.
There is a good selection of private schools in the area including Strathallan, Craigclowan, Kilgraston and Glenalmond. Perthshire is well known for its field sports and golf, with nearby courses at Murrayshall, Perth and Dunkeld. Also within easy reach are Gleneagles, Rosemount and St Andrews.
Perth is centrally located with easy access to the motorway network. Mainline train services are available at Dunkeld and Perth.