Crossing Cottage, Crieff, Perthshire, PH7 3RU
Crossing Cottage is a detached cottage which was a Gate Keeper’s cottage for Pittentian crossing built as part of the Crieff railway which closed in 1937. The traditional layout of the property is well apportioned, and the spacious west facing garden provides an attractive outlook.
The property has been tastefully renovated throughout whilst retaining the property’s character, including the high ceilings, providing bright and spacious accommodation. The central heating system, feature wood burning stove, new double-glazed windows and recent decoration offer modernity in a traditional property.
The accommodation is split with the dining/ livingroom, kitchen and sunroom on the ground floor with the two bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor.
Crossing Cottage enjoys a secluded rural situation with excellent access to Crieff by road and on foot via the Highlandman Loan to Maxton Place core path which passes to the north. The supermarket, leisure centre and school are only ten minutes away on foot.
Outside there is a secure garden which is mainly down to lawn fringed by shrubs, hedges, and mature trees. There is a private drive to the rear of the cottage and a brick shed providing useful storage.
The plot provides ample space for extension to the house subject to necessary consents.
The property is ideal for those keen on the outdoors with access to all that the local area provides, including golf, biking, fishing and walking.
- EPC Rating is Band E (43)