It's a mix of midcentury and James Bond villain's lair. Either way, Loch Tummel House in Strathtummel, Pitlochry, Scotland is an impressive property, both in looks and location.
It dates back to 1972, sitting on the north shore of Loch Tummel within the hamlet of Strathtummel. That's also an area of outstanding natural beauty, which you've probably guessed.
The house, within the woods and on that hill, is a single-story property with a sitting room, dining kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a utility room/boot room making up the main accommodation. There's also an integral double garage and workshop, which are integral to the house, while the master bedroom, sitting room and kitchen all have southerly views across Loch Tummel. Period features aplenty too, like the fitted cupboards in the kitchen and dressing room, the tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, the flooring and soft furnishings.
If that's not enough, the house has those amazing views, as well as 18 acres of land (part of which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest), a loch frontage and jetty, a log store, greenhouse and summerhouse. If you want it, offers in excess of £495,000 are being considered.
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