A modern house in a rural setting, that’s what you get with Cedar House in Chapelhill, Logiealmond, Perthshire.
Located in what’s described as the ‘quiet hamlet’ of Chapelhill, Cedar House is an award winning, architect-designed property dating to 200, although it was extended in 2008. It’s also been feature on Channel 4’s Britain’s Best Home too, which might vie you some bragging rights amongst your friends.
The house has a timber frame construction, insulated and clad in cedar lining and white cement render, with a cedar shingled roof and zinc gutters and downpipes. The house also features extensive slate flooring, vaulted ceilings, ‘illuminated partitions’ and large windows to enhance the natural light – and to take in the surrounding views. You have around 0.57 acres of your own around the house.
Internal accommodation is around 2.905 sq. ft. (including the double garage), with a covered porch leading into the entrance hall, then onto the large sitting room with vaulted ceiling, a dining room with wood burning stove and a contemporary kitchen with breakfast room complete with garden access. That breakfast room could also be used as a study.
Further along is the master suite with dressing room/garden room and a well-equipped, en-suite bathroom. An inner hall leads to four further bedrooms, two bathrooms with slate floors and partially slated walls and a utility room.
Outside you’ll find a driveway with parking spaces, the previously-mentioned double garage and the gardens, which include vegetable plots, flower beds and mature trees.
If that appeals, offers over £449,000 is the guide price.
Thanks to Kay Pallister for the tip off.