This detached, single-storey cottage doesn’t have any steps, features underfloor heating and benefits from natural light streaming in from sunrise to sunset.
Environmentally designed, there are triple-glazed sky lights and floor-to-ceiling windows that bring the light and outside in. The style incorporates clean lines, with that Scandi-Scot look provided by beautiful touches including contemporary tweeds designed by Amy Britton. A wide-open space and sheepskin throws give a sense of the arts and crafts to the décor too. Plus, handcrafted joinery using a local sawmill features throughout.
The main living area has a sofa and armchairs to cosy up on in front of the roaring modernist fire, an ideal space for social gatherings.
Meanwhile, the kitchen area is equipped with everything you could need for a carefree stay including an espresso machine, electric oven, induction hob, warming drawer, a microwave/second oven, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. Plus, there’s the convenience of a washing machine and tumble dryer.
You’ll wake up to a carefully sourced breakfast hamper including sourdough, eggs, local jams and honey.
The dining area is a stunning space with floor-to-ceiling doors that open onto the patio and exquisite far reaching countryside views.
There are two bedrooms, a master bedroom with a super-king-size bed, en-suite bathroom and dressing room, while the second bedroom is a twin room (which can be made up as a super-king-size double bed if required).
There is also a contemporary wet room with an accessible shower.
Outside, there’s a garden designed by Tracy Rich with herbs for the kitchen, flowers and berries all year round – you’re welcome to pick herbs to enhance your cooking. Meanwhile, there’s a stone flagged patio with a BBQ firepit where you can enjoy everything from morning coffee to family meals.
There’s also private parking, sheltered bike storage and a log and kindling store.