Kinblethmont Barracks no 4 is a brand new conversion of an old detached estate cottage with open views of arable farmland. It is perfect for dog lovers or as a romantic rural getaway for couples. We welcome 1 large/medium or 2 small dogs in the cottage.
We are really pleased with this recent conversion with its cool contemporary styling , cosiness and practical details. The main features are its clever open plan layout, well equipped modern kitchen, and contemporary artworks. It is a perfect home from home for your rural escape.
To make the most of Scotlands natural ability to produce electricity from renewable sources we have designed the house to be run on electricity only. There is underfloor heating throughout and an electric fireplace that can be used with or without heat for a bit of extra cosiness.
Please take note that the cottage is across the field from the farm and during harvest and grain drying season (August, September & October) you will hear sounds from the grain drying equipment when you are outside.
Entrance porch with hanging space and boom cupboard.
Large kitchen diner with all mod cons including dishwasher and washer/dryer and large kitchen table.
Large sitting room with wood-burning stove comfortable sofas and large television with free sat.
Bedroom – with King size bed, dressing table. Built in mirrored wardrobe
Full Bathroom – with bath with shower, WC , basin, storage.
Open plan living room/kitchen
– Kitchen end modern kitchen with electric cooker with induction hob, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, plenty of storage, kitchen table and 2 chairs ( 2 more available for guests)
– Living room end with comfortable sofa, small arm chair ,side tables mood lighting, smart TV, electric fireplace suite, 17th century oak coffer, door to enclosed garden
There is a gravelled car parking area in front of the porch and a pathway all round the house. Around two sides of the house is an enclosed garden area with lawns and shrubs and a patio area with outdoor furniture and BBQ. The south side of the garden faces the other properties in the hamlet while the eastern part of the garden is more secluded facing the fields.
Please note that the farm is across the field from the cottage and you may hear farm machinery sounds.
There are lots of walks on Kinblethmont estate- from the woodland walks to the walled garden to the viewpoint at the top of Kinblethmont hill. To protect wildlife and livestock dogs must be kept on a lead on the estate. Lunan Bay 10 minutes away by car is a great place for dogs to run about freely.
Environmental impact rating of building – E
Energuy efficiency rating of building – D