Watch PropertyLangholm, Keay Street, Blairgowrie PH10 6JG

3 Bed Detached Villa - Offers Over £275,000

Property Description

Miller Gerrard are delighted to bring to the market the home of one of Scotland’s most renowned and distinguished artists.  This outstanding and incredibly unique property has been lovingly created incorporating many individual hand made products, which have been made by local craftsmen as actually designed by the artist, with the added eccentricity of incorporating a number of individual re-claimed items. The building conversion was designed by the artist.

The property includes a self contained one bed dwelling, suitable for use as a granny flat, a main living and dining area with kitchen off, stairs to the first floor where you will find a myriad of rooms including  bedrooms, library or study, kitchen, two bathrooms and an artists studio. There is a triple garage with the second artists  studio above and a veranda. 

The unexpected Mediterranean style garden is a delightful feature of this fabulous property creating a private and most relaxing, calming environment. Here you will find cobble stone pathways, an area of lawn with borders filled with a variety of mature shrubs and a garden shed. There is the added bonus of a fully covered terrace (or referred to by the artist as “the loggia”), with flagstones, providing the perfect shaded and private spot for alfresco dining, where you might be forgiven, for forgetting, you are located in the heart of Scotland.

On entering the garden and located to the left is:

The Self Contained Dwelling: Including roof beams throughout, a living room, kitchen with stainless steel sink, counter with storage above and below, window and standalone cooker, bathroom comprising bath, wash hand basin and WC, and a bedroom with window to the covered terrace. 

The Main Living and Dining Area: Accessed via double doors from the terrace, with feature arched hand crafted windows, roof beams, pillars, large fire place with coal fire and wooden floor. The compact and bijou kitchen includes base units, shelving for storage, gas cooker, stainless steel sink and a large under stairs cupboard where the boiler is housed.

Stairs lead to the first floor and hallway. 

Bedroom 1 or Library: With window, ceiling beams and shelving.

Bedroom 2: With double windows to the garden, large built in wardrobes, ceiling beams and wooden floor.

A door off the hallway brings you to the study or sitting area, with ceiling beams and wooden floor.  Located off this area is a second kitchen, with rear store, built in cupboards and a Bathroom including bath, wash hand basin and WC. 

Steps take you to the original spacious artists studio with vaulted ceiling and large floor to ceiling windows, with shelving and a door to the external staircase. 

The garage has been designed to provide parking for up to three vehicles if required. There is a doorway leading to staircase to the upstairs studio; staircase may also be accessed directly from outside as well as inside the  garage.  Stairs lead to the second bright and spacious artists studio, with roof lights, large windows and wooden floor. Access to the veranda is off the stair and is a charming sheltered sun-trap, providing outstanding views of the town and beyond. 

Langholm is an exceptional property providing the opportunity for reconversion if desired, with an array of living/working possibilities.  As previously mentioned it is full of individuality, with an element of practicality, such as the general maintenance of the building and in particular the roof, which has fairly recently been fully replaced. 

This property must be seen to be fully appreciated and would suit a variety of house buyers.   

The country town of Blairgowrie is conveniently situated within approximately 30 minutes by car of both the cities of Perth and Dundee with their onward rail and motorway connections. Amenities in the town include shops,  supermarkets, senior and primary schools, recreation centre with swimming pool, cottage hospital, health centres, dental surgery and library.  There are thriving sports clubs, cultural organisations and several golf courses locally. The beautiful Perthshire countryside is virtually on the doorstep with a wide variety of walks around Blairgowrie and more adventurous routes available in Strathardle, Glenshee and Glenisla, approximately 30 minutes by car.

  • EPC Rating: D
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • PSPC Ref: 962058
Rooms
  • LIVING ROOM GROUND FLOOR ONE - 5.83m x 3.04m
  • KITCHEN GROUND FLOOR ONE - 3.44m x 1.57m
  • BATHROOM GROUND FLOOR - 2.35m x 1.57m
  • BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR - 3.19m x 2.75m
  • KITCHEN GROUND FLOOR TWO - 2.65m x 2.64m
  • LIVING ROOM GROUND FLOOR TWO - 5.54m x 5.51m
  • BEDROOM ONE FIRST FLOOR - 3.81m x 2.44m
  • BEDROOM TWO FIRST FLOOR - 4.42m x 3.46m
  • BATHROOM FIRST FLOOR - 2.94m x 2m
  • LOUNGE - 3.82m x 2.2m
  • KITCHEN - 3.82m x 2.21m
  • STORE - 1.73mm x 1.53m
  • BATHROOM - 2.2m x 1.73m
  • BEDROOM THREE FIRST FLOOR - 5.79m x 4.74m
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