Number 3 Easter Cockairney Steadings is a well-presented semi-rural home with a contemporary, country feel. The house opens out to present a spacious, modern home with a great sense of flow, with excellent use being made of natural light. Accommodation is formed over two levels. Upon arrival, there is ample parking in the well-maintained...
Number 3 Easter Cockairney Steadings is a well-presented semi-rural home with a contemporary, country feel. The house opens out to present a spacious, modern home with a great sense of flow, with excellent use being made of natural light. Accommodation is formed over two levels. Upon arrival, there is ample parking in the well-maintained yard. The Steadings is of predominately stone construction lying under a slated roof and benefits from the addition of 16 solar panel units that substantially reduce electricity costs (please discuss with the owner).
Quiet, but not isolated, one can walk out of the front door and into the countryside, resplendent with deer, pheasants, owls, hawks and other wildlife. This is a great place to raise children within a small, sheltered community. For budding astronomers, there is little or no light pollution to distract from the night sky.
Easter Cockairney Steading is a wonderful family home, centred on a spacious entrance hall, from where the reception rooms are directly reached. The lounge, with a wood-burning stove, enjoys a dual aspect and forms a most charming principal reception room. The dining kitchen is accessed either from the lounge or the hall and is presented in a warm country style with painted units. The ground floor incorporates a cosy study and a utility room, connected by a door, to the garage makes this a perfect place for the dog or muddy boots. A guest cloakroom is conveniently located near the front door. The bedrooms all lie on the first floor. The principal bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room and built-in wardrobes, together with a double aspect whilst the further three bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom.
Externally there is a small but pretty garden to the front and a private, secluded, garden across the courtyard. The garden is bounded by mature shrubbery and includes a hexagonal conservatory, a deck and a lawn.
Extras (Included in the sale): Additionally the property benefits from double glazing and central heating (powered by an energy efficient electric ASHP installed in 2012). Solar PV panels are installed on the South facing roof that has earned more than £1600 per year (including FITs) since they were fitted. The panels qualify for FIT payments until 2037. Payments are in addition to the free electricity generated.
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