Henderson Roche are delighted to be marketing Kellyside, a truly exceptional Tudor style, arts and crafts property. Kellyside is set within 2.4 acres of mature, private gardens located in the picturesque village of Dollar. A secondary access to the property is from Drum Lane, which provides easy pedestrian access to Dollar Academy, and other amenities, without the necessity to cross any main roads. Kellyside is a grade C listed building built in engineered red brick, in 1905, designed by the renowned Scottish architect William Kerr. William Kerr (1866 – 1940) designed some of the most architecturally significant buildings of that period.
Kellyside was built by the Haig family, and was gifted as a wedding present to J.B. Haig. The Haig family also built the renowned mansion house in Dollarbeg.
The current owners have undertaken major refurbishments over the last four years, including a beautiful modern kitchen and utility room, three fully renovated bathrooms, cloakroom and laundry room, new flooring throughout, replacement boilers and radiators, refurbishment where needed to the roofs, upgraded electrics, and full redecoration throughout.
Kellyside is located within walking distance of the amenities that Dollar has to offer, and approached by car with an impressive sweeping tree lined gravel driveway. There is a tennis court located on the right hand side of the entrance driveway.
The main entrance has a pillared door with curved roof. This leads to an entrance vestibule, with panelled walls, curved ceiling and a convenient cloak cupboard. To the right there is a cloakroom, with fitted cloak hooks and separate wc / wash hand basin. Period style vinyl tiled flooring.
Off the vestibule you are presented with the impressive dining hallway, featuring panelled walls and curved archways leading to a striking stair case. A half glazed door leads to a loggia and steps to the garden, with adjacent windows offering stunning views of the south facing garden. A new wood burner has recently been installed providing an additional focal point. Original tongue and groove pine floorboards.
The library / study off the hallway has a beautiful curved bay window, a leaded glass window, and a cast iron fire place with a glazed brick surround and wooden mantle. There are fitted book shelves throughout and a fitted cupboard. Original tongue and groove pine floorboards.
Next off the hallway is the drawing room, a striking room again with a curved bay window with window seat offering south facing views of the garden. There is also a feature circular window with stained glass and an alcove housing a decorative fireplace flanged by leaded glass windows and a built in cupboard. Original tongue and groove oak and pine floorboards.
The family lounge is a large social room, overlooking the west of the garden. A new double- sided wood burner has been installed providing a beautiful focal point from both the lounge and kitchen. There is a bay window and an Edinburgh press cupboard. Original tongue and groove pine floorboards.
Next there is a very large kitchen with breakfasting island and ample space for a large family dining table. The kitchen can be accessed from either the hallway or family lounge providing flexible living.
Kitchen appliances include two Miele ovens, aeg induction hob, integrated aeg larder fridge and larder freezer, Quooker boiling water tap, integrated dishwasher, waste disposal unit, fitted John Lewis wine cooler and aeg ceiling mounted flush extractor.
The kitchen offers a very generous selection of wall and base units in a white gloss finish with complimentary granite worktops. External doors in the kitchen provide access to a large tiled patio area.
The utility room is accessed from the kitchen and offers further storage in white gloss units to match the kitchen. Off the utility there is a small boiler room, which houses two recently installed Vaillant mains gas boilers and hot water cylinder.
From the utility there is a back hallway with a tiled floor, under stairs cupboard and coat hooks / shoe storage benches. The back hall leads on to a walk in store, and boot room fitted with floor to ceiling cupboards. The boot room leads to a large games room with windows to three sides, and a door to the garden.
From the reception hallway there is a double arch stairway with gallery landing and leaded roof light with stained glass. There is also a rear stair case in the back hall. Both front and rear stairways provide access to the upper floors of the property.
Bedroom 1 – Window to the east. Cast iron fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantle. Range of fitted wardrobes. Plumbing for en suite. Carpeted.
Bedroom 2 – Curved bay window to the south. Decorative cast iron combination fireplace. Built in cupboard. Carpeted.
Bedroom 3 – South facing window. Decorative fireplace. Door to dressing room. Carpeted.
Bedroom 4 (currently used as a dressing room) - Curved bay window. Range of fitted wardrobes. Additional door to hall. Carpeted.
Ensuite - fully tiled with underfloor heating, vanity unit with basin mounted on a stone worktop, freestanding bath, WC, mirrored storage unit, heated towel rail. Sanitaryware and tiles are all by Porcelanosa.
Bedroom 5 – Bay window to west. Range of fitted wardrobes. Original pine floorboards.
Ensuite – Large walk in shower, WC, large wall hung moulded basin, mirrored storage cupboard, underfloor heating and heated towel rail. Tiled floor and three walls. Sanitaryware and tiles are all by Porcelanosa. Additional door to landing
Bedroom 6 – Window to north. Built in cupboards including eaves storage. Carpeted.
Family bathroom – freestanding bath, large walk in shower, WC, double basin unit with two drawer vanity unit, matching grey gloss wall cupboard, underfloor heating, fully tiled (Porcelanosa), heated towel rail.
Laundry room – wooden worktops, Belfast style sink, plumbing for washing machine and gas or electric tumble dryer. Fitted base units and built in cupboard. Plumbing for a bathroom. Period style vinyl tiled flooring.
From the back stairway there is access to the attic floor, with bedrooms 7 and 8, and two storage rooms.
Externally there is a 12 car, garage extending to over 2000 sq ft. Outline planning permission has been granted for a four bedroom detached house to allow redevelopment if desired. To the rear of the garage there are workshops, WC and garden equipment storage area.
Kellyside is surrounded by extensive private gardens, with large lawns, established trees and shrubs and bedding areas. There is also a summer house adjacent to the patio area.
The sale will include all floor coverings, integrated appliances and bathroom fittings. Light fittings and window coverings by negotiation.
Utilities supplied by mains gas, water and sewage.
Dollar itself is a popular village centrally located, ideal for commuter links across Scotland, with links to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Dunfermline and Stirling all very accessible. Schooling is available within walking distance at both Strathdevon Primary School and Dollar Academy. The village has a host of amenities including a local Co-op, delicatessen, butchers, beauty salon and hairdressers, cafes, a restaurant and local pub. There is also a dental practice, doctor’s surgery and pharmacy all within the village.
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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. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.