This is not suburbia transplanted to the countryside. Here, the renowned Scottish architect James Denholm has designed a collection of the highest quality, traditionally styled country homes. They will have natural slate roofs, wet dash render, spacious rooms with high ceilings, galleried reception halls and large farmhouse kitchens which can come complete with Aga cookers. Building only around 50 new homes on nearly 60 acres, with details such as grass verges rather than pavements we will create a development which is truly rural in character.
The specifications of Stephen Country Homes & James Denholm require the highest standards in both materials and craftsmanship. Clathymore will become a most prestigious address.
The homes, set amongst some of the most striking countryside in Scotland, were expertly designed to shape and epitomise spacious and impressive living. The four and five-bedroom properties are superior in both design and construction, with an emphasis on wood, local stone finishes, wet dash render and natural slate roofs. The interior layout takes spaciousness to a new level, providing a sensational collection of rooms, galleries and reception halls, not to mention smart technology and large farmhouse kitchens.
By building on nearly 60 acres, Clathymore is wholly rural in character. Indeed, each property boasts its own generous garden, some up to an acre and a half in size, divided by generous planting of indigenous trees. Prices range from £515,000 to over £1,500,000.
As well as joining what is now an established community, the exquisite development provides buyers with one of Perthshire’s most prestigious addresses. Secluded, yet less than five minutes from the A9, both Gleneagles and Perth are just minutes away, while Edinburgh and Glasgow, with their international airports, are within easy reach in less than an hour. With such a stunning rural environment on their doorstep, buyers benefit from close access to a host of outdoor activities, woodland walks, a multitude of varied wildlife, delightful scenery and a slower pace of life.