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Wylie Court, Murthly , Perthshire , PH1 4EQ

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HD Property Video Available. Presented to the market in immaculate condition throughout is this professionally extended, five bedroom detached villa forming part of the prestigious Druids Park development set within 65 Acres of countryside in the popular Perthshire village of Murthly.

Murthly is an ancient village and it's historical Stone Circle is located within the former old Murthly Hospital site. Tree lined avenues and woodland walks provide easy access to the surrounding countryside and River Tay beyond making this an idyllic setting to live in. The village offers a range of local amenities including a village shop with Post Office, a village hall, award winning bar/restaurant and Primary School. Murthly lies approximately 6 miles from the historic town of Dunkeld and 12 miles from the City of Perth providing easy access to a variety of shopping and leisure facilities along with beautiful scenic walks and cycle routes.

This wonderful family home offers contemporary accommodation within a safe, peaceful and convenient location. The position of the house is favourable within the development with an open aspect looking towards the communal lawned area known locally as the 'cricket pitch'.

Accommodation is formed over two levels and in full comprises; entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hallway, lovely and bright triple aspect sitting room with French doors leading to the rear garden and a comfortable family room. Without doubt the most impressive space within the property is the wonderful open plan living, dining area and kitchen positioned to the rear of the house, overlooking the private rear gardens. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the useful utility room which provides access to the garden plus double garage and a smart cloakroom WC off. The attractive staircase leads to the first floor where there are five bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms and a well appointed family bathroom with bath and separate shower enclosure.

There is a double remote integral garage and large mono-bloc driveway. There are beautifully maintained, private and mature gardens found to the rear, which offer the perfect place for children to play and for outdoor entertaining. The timber clad extension provides a degree of cover and shelter whilst sitting out. All windows are double glazed and oil fired central heating has been installed. EPC - E More >

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