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The Old Manse, Moray Street, Blackford PH4 1PY

Under Offer - Offers over £420,000

 4 Bedrooms       4 Bathrooms       3 Reception

 Detached - Freehold

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  • Stunning detached family home
  • 4 double bedrooms one with an ensuite shower room
  • Drawing room, sitting room and formal dining room
  • Sizeable breakfasting kitchen
  • Laundry/utility room
  • Gorgeous, enclosed level gardens with a cottage garden area
  • Driveway and double height garage to the side
  • A truly lovely home!

Harper & Stone are delighted to present to the market The Old Manse, Moray Street in Blackford. This detached stone fronted family home, built circa 1870, is positioned in the heart of the village and within walking distance to all the amenities that Blackford has to offer. Extending to approximately 238 square meters, this is a fine family home which has been upgraded to a high standard by the current owners including the installation of double glazing yet still keeping an abundance of period features and many working window shutters.

A low-level stone wall with railings and gate leads from Moray Street into the well-tended front garden and storm doors open into the entrance vestibule with a further door into the welcoming entrance hallway. Access to all principal public rooms is from the main hallway with a wide stair to upper hallway. To the left is bright front facing drawing room which has an open fireplace with wooden flooring underfoot. Opposite the drawing room is the dining room, ideal for entertaining There is a shelved press cupboard is positioned to the side of an open fire and mantlepiece. There is carpeting underfoot. Next to the dining room is the sitting room, currently used as a home office, light is provided through a French door that leads into the rear garden and warmth is provided by a log burning stove. As you head further down the hallway the WC is to the right, which consists of WC and wash hand basin.

The generously proportioned breakfasting kitchen has ample room for dining furniture, this room is very much the heart of the house with windows overlooking the front and rear. Within the kitchen there are ample wall and floor mounted units with integrated appliances of electric hob and a double oven. There is a log burning stove which provides warmth. Door leads into the laundry/utility room which houses the dishwasher. This superb working laundry/utility has ample space for free standing items such a washing machine and tumble drier with rear facing windows set over the stainless-steel sink and drainer. There is also a large cupboard for storage. Floor mounted oil-fired boiler provides warmth. Door leads into the enclosed driveway and on into the rear garden areas.

The wide carpeted stair is flooded with natural light from a large side facing picture window on the stairway. The upper hallway is generously proportioned with doors into the 4 double bedrooms and family bathroom and separate WC.

The garden surrounding The Manse has been lovingly created by the current owners, with areas to the front rear and side. The main garden area is laid to lawn with well stocked borders and a patio area with a summer house. Beyond the main garden a gate leads into the working area of the garden where there is a cottage garden with raised beds full of vegetables and fruit. There is also a purpose-built hen coop (hens excluded from the sale) Access from the side leads through a gated entrance into the gravelled driveway with the detached double height garage with an electric up and over door, which would in days gone by have been a stable. This is used now as a garage and workroom on the ground floor, with access to loft space via a ladder. There is an additional storeroom, which was once the local telephone exchange, currently utilised as a garden work room.

Council Tax Band G
EER Band F

Water: Mains
Sewage: Mains
Heating: Oil

External electric car charging point

Blackford is a small village lying just off the A9, the main route through Scotland and is home to a number of businesses and a primary school. This thriving village has an active community with several clubs and sporting interests catered for. Perth is approximately 18 miles north of Blackford while Stirling is around 18 miles south, both of which can be accessed by the local bus service along with other towns and villages in the area, and the A9 gives access to all major towns and cities. Trains can be accessed from Gleneagles, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan.

IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only and are not precise. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.

Reference: HRP1000479

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These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.

Contact Harper & Stone Bridge of Allan for more details

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