Family home with tennis court, mini putting green and separate games room for sale in secluded Highland location
Braemore House, Meigle, Blairgowrie, may have a claim to be the ultimate country house for a sporty family.
As well as its tennis court, the grounds contain a mini putting green with bunker and there is a separate games building with shower, kitchenette and bunks for competitors to sleep off their sporting exertions.
Set between Perth and Dundee, Braemore is in a private and leafy location in the former walled garden of Kings of Kinloch House.
Although built in 1991, the L-shaped house has a traditional feel with its courtyard setting and interior detailing.
The living space is generous, well proportioned and almost all at ground-floor level.
The house has six bedrooms, an elegant dining room with French doors opening onto the garden plus a family room adjacent to the kitchen and conservatory.
On the first floor is a superb half-panelled drawing room which spans the width of the house with views over the countryside.
The timber games house could lend itself to a variety of uses if not needed for sports tournaments.
Outside, the gardens and grounds extend to about an acre and include a paved terrace, circular rose bed, expanses of lawn, mini putting green and practice bunker, and some fine trees which run the length of the tennis court.
Braemore House is on the market for offers over £595,000 with Savills.