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Golf Course Road
Blairgowrie
Perthshire
PH10 6LQ

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*LARGE GROUNDS - POTENTIAL FOR EXPANSION SUBJECT TO NECESSARY PERMISSIONS* HD Property Video Available. Kimberley Cottage is a charming two bedroom detached cottage enjoying a peaceful location on the highly desirable Golf Course Road in Blairgowrie and just a short walk from the renowned Dalmore restaurant and the Rosemount and Landsdowne championship golf courses. It is close proximity to bus stops on the main route into Blairgowrie and Perth. It would suit buyers that are looking to downsize or are thinking of moving closer to town.
Occupying a very generous plot extending to approximately 1/3 of an acre, the property and grounds offer tremendous potential for development and extending to create a large home within a secluded and very private location whilst still retaining a good-size area of garden and parking.
The property has been recently upgraded and benefits from a newly installed gas central heating system and double glazed windows throughout. It has been newly carpeted and decorated with low wattage and LED lighting throughout including garden security lights. The property is entered into a small hallway which has adequate outdoor garment hanging space and doors leading into one of the double bedrooms and the lounge. Benefiting from a bright double aspect, the lounge also has an inset wood-burning stove and provides a view of the spacious, private and secure rear garden. Off the lounge is a rear hallway with doors leading into a newly fitted bathroom with high pressure shower and the kitchen which is fitted with a good amount of base and wall units. Both bedrooms are good-size double rooms each having built in wardrobes.
The property is entered through a large gate up a private lane on Golf Course Road an additional large entrance gate gives easy access to the lawned area to the side and rear of the property, which provides parking for a number of vehicles. Being ideally set back from the street and enclosed by mature hedging, the property and grounds do enjoy a very high degree of privacy. A gravelled driveway provides plenty of parking and the garden grounds are predominantly laid to lawn with some fruit trees and pleasant seating areas. EPC - D More >

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