Hillway is understood to date from the 1930s although additional window bays were added to the two public rooms at a later date. It is a substantial family house in a mature area yet within walking distance of the extensive amenities that Perth City has to offer. The white washed wet dash external walls are complimented by a slated pitch roof. There is a south facing aspect to the rear overlooking a well-tended, colourful mature garden.
Murray Place is located in a much sought after residential area of Perth, which comprises mainly large detached houses, most of which date from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is within easy walking distance of the city centre.
The city of Perth is considered one of the most desirable places in Scotland in which to live. The house is well situated for access to both the city centre and the motorway network. 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 close by. 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 Gleneagles, and a number of town courses such as 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.
The local primary school is Oakbank Primary School and Perth Academy is close by. There are three additional secondary schools in the city. There are a good number of private schools nearby including Craigclowan Preparatory School, Strathallan, Glenalmond and Kilgraston.