Balruddery Farmhouse is an outstanding, five bed detached property set in over two acres of grounds offering a tranquil country escape for the new home owners. Boasting some of the finest views of the River Tay, the twinkling lights of Dundee and the surrounding farming grounds, this stone-build traditional farmhouse is a truly memorable home. Located in Angus the catchment schools for this property are Liff Primary School and Monifieth High School. Angus Council provides free bus transportation to both schools which is easily accessible from this home. The nearby villages of Liff, Fowlis, Birkhill offer a range of local amenities, including restaurant and village shops. There is swift connection to the main road network running between Dundee and Perth.
Period features are found across the property including intricate cornicing, ceiling roses, original bull nosed stone staircase and ornate fireplaces. Internal accommodation compromises; impressive reception hall leading to formal lounge with marble fireplace boasting aspects across the Carse of Gowrie and secondary family room enjoying views of the tiered garden. Both living areas enjoy multi-fuelled stoves. The kitchen offers space for casual dining and the large dining room leads to useful home office space and further storage. Patio doors create a great connection from the dining room to outside garden allowing for easy entertaining in the warmer months. The ground floor offers practical spaces to accommodate busy family life including; two store rooms, utility room and downstairs shower room. Ascending the staircase, the grand upper landing offers connection to each of the five bedrooms. A modern grey tiled family bathroom with separate bath and shower completes the upper level accommodation.
With an overall plot size of approximately 2.2 acres, the grounds are divided into manicured, mature lawns (approx. 0.9 acres) and a sizeable paddock (1.1 acres). Beautifully maintained and surrounded by traditional stone walls, the grounds are a truly unique aspect to this home. Complimenting the outdoor space, a significant brick built tractor shed, three bay carport and a large, fully secured workshop/store. A sweeping tarmac and gravel driveway is immediately impressive upon approach and allows for parking of multiple vehicles. The James Hutton Institute manage the surrounding agricultural land.