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Garth Lodge is a stone lodge dating from about 1860. It is full of character with many interesting architectural details including original fire places, doors and sash windows with working shutters.  Originally the gamekeeper’s cottage for nearby Garth House, the lodge has been refurbished to create a lovely country home.

A major 2007 extension houses a large, bright family room with striking  green oak beams. This bright open plan room includes a dining area, a sitting area with a wood burning stove, and a fully fitted kitchen with an Aga, dishwasher and fridge. French windows lead out to a veranda overlooking the garden towards the mountains to the west and a terrace above the River Lyon to the south and east. Perfect for wildlife watching, a sun-downer and outdoor entertaining.

 

The old house has three bedrooms, two on the first floor and one on the ground floor accessed through a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove.  There is a large bathroom on the first floor, and a wet room with a shower on the ground floor. There is also a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and microwave, and plenty of room for a dog's bed!

There is space to park cars near the house. 

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