Steading Easter Peathaugh
Glen Isla PH11 8HZ

Offers Over £120,000

Land

Easter Peathaugh steading was built in the 19th century and is all that remains of a larger building complex. It is situated in picturesque Glenisla on an elevated site close to and overlooking the river Isla. The area is popular for leisure activities, with the main access road forming part of the Cateran Trail, a sixty-four mile circular walking route through Perthshire and the Angus Glens in central Scotland.

The owners have planning approval to develop and extend the steading into a modern five bedroom dwelling which will incorporate as much of the existing building fabric as possible. The interior design planned will provide a contemporary living space.

The overall design strategy of the proposed building is to retain the existing windows and door accesses for minimum impact on the features of the existing building. The proposed new build is to be clad in larch boarding which will highlight the extension. The alterations planned are designed to retain the character, appearance and the setting of this traditional building. There is always the opportunity to seek further planning advice to submit an alternative design proposal.

From Alyth follow the sign posted route to Glenisla, turn left at the Dykehead sign on the B954 Glenisla road. Continue past Kilry for 1.2 miles then turn off to the right at Y shaped access road to Westwoods. Easter Peathaugh is 1.8 miles from this road junction.

Viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the location and generous plot size. Caution is advised due to the variable quality of the access road which may be unsuitable for a vehicle with a low wheelbase. The site boundaries highlighted in green are for illustration purposes only.

  • Site approx.1.63 acres

  • Rural setting

  • Stunning views

  • On the Cateran Trail

  • Planning consent in place

  • Detached 5 bed 3 en-suite

  • Elevated site by The River Isla

  • Alyth 7.3 miles

  • Blairgowrie 13.2 miles

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