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Rustic country living with modern comforts - Feature Property
Rustic country living with modern comforts - Feature Property
Rustic country living with modern comforts - Feature Property
Rustic country living with modern comforts - Feature Property
Rustic country living with modern comforts - Feature Property

Nestled in beautiful countryside, these beautiful homes, built by Muirfield Contracts Ltd, form part of a most attractive steading development and offer an excellent level of quality accommodation throughout, retaining all the charm and elegance as expected but with the benefits of modern conveniences.

The original Keillor Steadings date from around 1850 and were originally part of Keillor Farm which still prospers today. They have been converted alongside a range of new build homes with accommodation arranged over two levels, using the highest quality materials and incorporating every modern convenience to create a superb living environment.

Sympathetic design and the use of traditional materials such as slate and stone ensure intrinsic charm, while the soft-coloured stone and original preserved clock tower blends seamlessly with modern, sustainable materials of smooth render, timber lining and roof tiles. Extensive use of wood and glass create stylish, modern living spaces with plenty of light and generously proportioned interiors.

Located in the charming village of Kettins, between the town of Coupar Angus and the village of Newtyle, this development offers a rural location away from the hustle and bustle of the City, and yet still within close reach of amenities.

Renowned as the oldest village in Scotland, Kettins has an ancient churchyard at the centre of the village which incorporates the Maria Troon – a 16th Century Flemish Bell, a Pictish Standing Stone and old coach inn. Set within the heart of Strathmore country, the area is surrounded by lush, fertile land bound by the Sidlaw Hills in the South and Angus Glens to the North. The village also has its own primary school.

In Newtyle, the thriving community has a church, primary school, library and local shops including an award winning butcher.

Coupar Angus is a slightly larger town, offering a range of shopping and services.

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Scottish Property Magazine

Fresh, tasteful, inspiring and brand new, Scottish Property Magazine offers sixty eight tantalising pages filled with beautiful photographs, inspirational ideas and in-depth articles on the following themes:

  • Lifestyle and Interiors,
  • Feature Properties,
  • Architecture and Self-build,
  • Renovations and Conversions,
  • Property News, Markets trends and Money Matters,
  • Selected properties currently on the market,
  • Holiday Homes,
  • Gardens

For the first four editions we are doing direct targeted distribution. The magazine is sent to 10,000 homeowners across the greater central belt, all of whom are either planning to sell, have just sold or have just bought a property. This strategic distribution will continue next year, however, we will also have it in the shops for sale by next summer. A smaller number also gets distributed to IFA's and brokers across the central belt.