Flat for Sale in Crieff

3 Bedrooms | Offers Over £75,000

Eden House Lodge Street, Crieff PH7 4DW

Located in the charming market town of Crieff, this three-bedroom second/top-floor flat offers breath- taking elevated views and spacious accommodation.

It forms part of a traditional townhouse in Crieff's desirable conservation area, further benefitting from period architecture, including arched ceilings and deep- set picture windows. The property requires refurbishing throughout, offering new owners the chance to develop a beautiful home in an idyllic setting to their own tastes and requirements.

Accessed via a secure communal entrance and stairwell, the flat's front door opens into a broad reception hall with convenient storage. In the living room, classical proportions create a generous space for relaxing and entertaining, whilst a front-facing window frames inspiring views of the rolling Perthshire hills. It also features a fitted display cupboard and a stone-tiled feature fireplace. Also enjoying generous dimensions is the adjoining dining kitchen, currently fitted with a U-shaped design with beech-styled cabinets and contrasting worktops. It incorporates a breakfast bar and space for freestanding appliances. Meanwhile, a south-facing window frames the perfect spot for a dining table for convivial family meals.

The accommodation includes three bedrooms: two doubles and a large single, all of which are set side-by- side to the front of the apartment, enjoying the stunning open outlook. A bright two-piece bathroom, with a washbasin and an overhead shower, and a separate WC complete the home. Electric heating and sash windows with double glazed inserts provide comfort all year round.

Outside, Eden House forms part of the attractive Burrell Square, which houses early Victorian C-listed buildings and well-tended common greens. On-street parking is also available in the surrounding area. EPC Rating - E.

Extras: all fitted floor coverings, light fittings, and blinds to be included in the sale.

Crieff, Perth and Kinross

Surrounded by beautiful countryside, the picturesque market town of Crieff fittingly derives its name from the Gaelic word craobh' meaning trees. It sits along the Highland Boundary Fault where the Lowlands meet the rugged terrain of the Highlands. This gives rise to spectacular scenery and a wealth of outdoor pursuits, from gentle countryside walks, to mountain hiking on one of several popular Munros, such as Ben Vorlich. Cycling and horse riding can be enjoyed in the area, along with excellent golf facilities, including Crieff Golf Club and the world-famous Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Resort. When it comes to local amenities, Crieff enjoys a bustling town centre with lots of family run businesses and independent stores, alongside a large Co-op and an Aldi supermarket. It has an excellent reputation for delivering fine foods, with a renowned local butcher, award-winning restaurants, and a choice of excellent caf├ęs, in addition to traditional pubs for casual dining. A popular tourist destination, the town is also home to The Famous Grouse Experience at Glenturret Distillery (Scotland's oldest working distillery), as well as the world-renowned Crieff Hydro, a grand hotel and restaurant, which puts on a varied programme of activities and events. The town provides education from nursery right up to secondary level. The city of Perth is approximately a thirty minutes' drive away, whilst direct routes to Edinburgh and Glasgow provide travel to the principle cities within an hour and a half by car.

  • Spacious second-floor flat in Crieff

  • Traditional, converted townhouse

  • Set in a desirable conservation area

  • Broad reception hall with storage

  • Generous living room with open views

  • Generous U-shaped fitted dining kitchen

  • Two double bedrooms & one large single

  • Two-piece bathroom & separate WC

  • Electric heating and double glazing; EPC - E

  • On-street parking in the surrounding area