Watch PropertyOld Kennels, Panmure, Carnoustie DD7 6LW

3 Bed Detached Bungalow - Offers Over £450,000

Property Description

A stunning three-bedroom detached cottage, with approximately four acres of land and a self-contained two-bedroom lodge, situated in the picturesque countryside just outside the coastal town of Carnoustie.
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This exclusive detached cottage in Panmure is a rarely available three-bedroom family home that boasts large rooms finished to high standards. The property is a registered smallholding and it comes with four acres and a private lodge, creating a wealth of income opportunities for buyers, especially in the holiday rental and Airbnb markets. Adding to its outstanding appeal, it also features kennel outbuildings, an orchard, and three paddocks. Furthermore, the estate has a rich history, and is in the heart of the countryside offering a peaceful rural lifestyle just a short drive from the coastal town of Carnoustie. It provides the best of all worlds: an idyllic country setting with an abundance of wildlife and birds and lots of local walks, in addition to nearby beautiful beaches and excellent amenities, schools, and world-class golfing facilities.

The property has an incredibly scenic approach and an impressive sense of scale too, enveloped by its four acres of land. Inside, a triple-aspect porch welcomes you, giving way to a naturally-lit hall with storage.

The estate has a rich history, originally forming part of the seventeenth- century Panmure House estate, which was designed by the king’s master mason, John Mylne, as the Jacobite seat of the Maule family. Sadly, this impressive house was demolished in 1955. Of particular note, James the Fourth Earl rode down from Panmure House in 1715 to reclaim the throne from the Stuarts, behind him he is said to have closed the gate to the house, saying “let not this gate again be opened”. To this day, the gates of Panmure remain closed, forming an eye-catching part of the current estate - the owners’ custodians to its history. 

With an expansive footprint, the living room affords lots of space for families, ensuring a high degree of comfort and a wide choice of furnishings. It is decorated in an elegant hue and laid with a wooden floor; plus, it is bathed in all-day sun from southwest-facing windows. For cosy winter evenings, it also has a log-burning stove which forms a charming focal point.

The dining kitchen is generously proportioned for lively dinner parties. It has a stylish Shaker- inspired design, with white base cabinets and wood-toned worktops. The on-trend look is further heightened by a central island with a breakfast bar and fashionable metro-style splashback tiles. A large Aga range cooker and a selection of integrated appliances (oven, induction hob, fridge, and dishwasher) are included, along with an American-style fridge/freezer. Next door, a neighbouring utility room provides additional storage and workspace, and a sink and garden access.

It also benefits from additional built-in storage and dual-aspect windows, as well as oversized patio doors which extend the space out into the garden – perfect for summer soirees.
The three bedrooms maintain the keen eye for detail found throughout, each enjoying light décor which heightens an airy ambience. The principal bedroom is a large double with plush carpeting and dual-aspect windows, whilst bedroom two is a spacious double and bedroom three is a versatile single arranged as an office and cloak room. The second and third bedrooms both have built- in storage and wooden floors for ease of maintenance.

The home has a shower room and a wet room, both of which have three-piece suites. Set near the bedrooms, the shower room has easy-to-clean wet walling in marble effect and it features a double-walk-in rainfall shower. Meanwhile, the wet room is enveloped in white tiles, and is located just off the utility room. For year-round comfort, the property has LPG heating and double-glazed windows throughout. It also has a fully-floored attic providing a large space for creative use.

Adding to the list of impressive features, the property also boasts a private lodge, which is ideal for independent family members and visitors. With two double bedrooms, it is also perfect for the Airbnb and holiday rental market. Add a private deck, a three-piece shower room, and an open-plan kitchen, living and dining room (with triple-aspect windows) and you have a self-contained home that offers a wealth of options.
With four acres of private land framed by mature trees, the home offers unrivalled privacy and a wealth of outdoor potential to suit a wide range of endeavours, whether for personal or business use. The land includes three securely fenced paddocks, a large poly tunnel, and an orchard with apple, pear and plum trees. It also has a kennel outbuilding and an old derelict kennel building, which lends itself to renovation with excellent potential to become another dwelling (subject to consent) which could be ideal for the Airbnb market.

In addition, the property boasts beautiful wraparound gardens and excellent external storage. It also has a large, southeast-facing patio for summer dining. Extensive private parking for several vehicles is assured too, thanks to a generous private driveway.

  •     Exclusive detached cottage and self-contained lodge
  •     Expansive living room with log burner
  •     Generous shaker inspired dining kitchen; Utility
  •     Three Bedrooms
  •     Shower Room; Wet Room
  •     Floored Attic
  •     Four acres of land with income potential
  •     Beautiful wraparound gardens and large patio
  •     Three paddocks and kennel outbuildings
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Council Tax Band: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • TSPC Ref: 140011
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Carnoustie, Grange of Barry, Panbride, Easthaven

Carnoustie, Grange of Barry, Panbride, EasthavenCarnoustie and golf are inextricably linked, with one of the three splendid courses which make up the town's famous links a regular on The Open rota.
Once a tourist town - and it still attracts visitors in their droves - these days it is popular with homebuyers seeking a handy base to commute to Dundee, 11 miles away, or Aberdeen to the north.
But with a high school rebuilt in 2008 and three feeder primaries - and a population around the 12,500 mark - Carnoustie has preserved its own identity.
That is reinforced by a range of local clubs catering for pursuits as varied as yachting, rugby and football.
The town on the bay developed around the mouth of the Barry Burn, along with the nearby hamlets of Grange of Barry and Panbride, and the old fishing village of East Haven. The sprawling beach was once a haunt of the Royal Family holidaying at Glamis and remains a wonderful local amenity.

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