GARTUR ESTATE, TOUCH ROAD, CAMBUSBARRON
This unique restoration project provides an incredible opportunity to own a stylish, modern home in a brand new rural community in the heart of Central Scotland.
Set in secluded parkland, the Gartur Estate dates back to the 18th Century when the original Laird’s house was built. The development includes four homes in Gartur House, the mansion which gives the estate its name, plus five more homes in the surrounding stables, outbuildings and cottages. Situated less than two miles from Stirling and within easy commuting distance of Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow, the area enjoys spectacular panoramic views of the nearby Trossachs mountain range.
The first dramatic views of Gartur House can be seen at the end of a long, tree-lined driveway. The building has two distinct parts – the original 18th Century Scottish Laird’s House to the rear and a grand, 19th Century classical Georgian three-storey addition at the front.
THE CLASSICAL GEORGIAN HOUSE
Built in the classical style, the frontage dates from the 19th Century and is set over three floors. Featuring corniced eaves and a stone parapet, a broad flight of steps leads to a column-flanked entrance doorway with delightful ornate fan light. This handsome building will be divided into two stunning homes.
PHASE ONE – COMPLETION SUMMER 2019
Gartur StableGartur Stable and Polmaise Stable were originally one L-shaped building. The stable will be divided to create two truly unique homes.
Polmaise StableGartur Stable and Polmaise Stable were originally one L-shaped building. The stable will be divided to create two truly unique homes.
Gartur Cottage forms part of the stable quadrangle, and was originally two separate 19th century workers’ cottages.
Set within the stable quadrangle, this large steading will be created from the original stone walls of a former wash or store room.
PHASE TWO – COMPLETION SUMMER 2020
1 Gartur House
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2 Gartur House
3 Gartur House
4 Gartur House