Recently completed, this beautiful detached country home was designed by the well-respected Perthshire architects James Denholm Partnership. The spacious accommodation extends to 3418 ft2 (317 m2) with an additional 298 ft2 (27m2) in the detached garage and workshop.
The traditional appearance is complemented by wet dash render, stone features, a slate roof, dormer windows, timber panelling and support columns.
Internally the features continue with high quality fixtures and fittings. The kitchen appliances include double electric ovens, an induction hob, a dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer. There are oak panelled and glazed doors throughout, white Roca sanitaryware and neutral tiling. All floorcoverings are in place and include stone tiling, engineered oak and carpeting.
The heating in the property is oil fired with under floor heating on the ground floor and radiators on the upper floor. The windows and external doors are double glazed, there are high levels of insulation and PV panels mounted on the roof.
Croftmoraig is on the southern side of Upper Strathtay between Aberfeldy and Kenmore which is at the east end of Loch Tay. This part of Scotland is well known for its spectacular landscape loved by Queen Victoria. More than a dozen Munros including Schiehallion, Ben Lawers and Meall nan Tarmachan can be seen from the Estate.
Adjacent to the property is the impressive prehistoric Croft Moraig Stone Circle. Although only excavated in 1965, the circle is thought to date from around 2000 BC and is the most complete stone circle of its type in Scotland.
The town of Aberfeldy has all essential services to hand including a new medical centre and cottage hospital, banking, veterinary surgery, optician and dental practices, a supermarket and a varied selection of quality shops. The newly restored Birks Cinema is a modern, community run cinema and café bar, which screens blockbusters, childrens films and old movies. There are also many clubs and organisations catering for an extensive range of interests.
Breadalbane Community Campus incorporating Breadalbane Academy, is a thriving community and school facility with extensive conference accommodation, both indoor and outdoor sporting resources and a community library on site. The vibrant county town of Perth is 33 miles to the south.
There is a mainline railway station at Pitlochry, approximately 15 miles away, with daily services to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness plus a sleeper service to London. In addition to its range of shops and services, Pitlochry is home to the renowned Festival Theatre. Established in 1951, it puts on a wide range of performing arts productions throughout the year and is very popular with locals and visitors alike.
The area provides ready access to a wide range of recreational pursuits, including golf on the many nine and 18-hole courses (including the famous Taymouth Castle course which is currently being redeveloped) and a nine-hole course at Mains of Taymouth, sailing and watersports, and salmon and trout fishing on lochs and rivers, climbing, mountain biking and walking.
Perthshire is renowned for its quality and diversity of its field sports. The River Tay is one of the big four salmon rivers in Scotland. The Watersports and Activity Centre at Kenmore offers rafting and canoeing on the River Tay, in addition to a range of sailing boats and other water craft for hire.
For golfers, there are courses locally at Aberfeldy, Kenmore and Pitlochry whilst Gleneagles Hotel, with its famous Championship courses, is only 35 miles to the south.