Situated just over a mile to the west of the village of Doune is Deanston Farm which is set back from the road and surrounded by countryside in all directions.
Doune is a charming village which offers a range of services and amenities including a primary school, post office, shops and restaurant, medical practice and library. The River Teith flows through the village and passes by Doune Castle which is a popular attraction.
Surrounding the village are stunning mountainous backdrops and countryside stretching out to Blair Drummond in the south with its popular safari park, to the east to Dunblane and the Ochil Hills, and for outdoor activities the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is to the north and west.
Stirling, with its historic castle, has a selection of professional, retail and leisure facilities, including primary and secondary schooling, and a Waitrose supermarket. In addition, there is private schooling at Ardvreck and Morrisons in Crieff as well as Dollar Academy. Fairview International School in Bridge of Allan offers co-educational independent IB candidate schooling for 5 to 13 year olds. Dunblane and Bridge of Allan both have popular local services, with the latter being the home to Stirling University with a sports centre and the MacRobert Arts Centre with theatre and cinema.
Accessibility to and from Deanston is excellent. The M9 motorway is only 7 miles to the east, offering strong commuting links to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Perth. There are also train stations in nearby Stirling, Bridge of Allan and Dunblane with regular services to the major hubs. Glasgow Airport is 46 miles to the southwest and Edinburgh Airport is 38 miles to the southeast.
Mallet Construction have just recently completed three bespoke homes at Deanston Farm in the space which was previously the steading to the farm. Many of the old stone walls have been retained giving the development character but internally the properties are modern, spacious and bright with first class fixtures and fittings throughout.
The Dairy sits on the west side of the steading and has accommodation mainly over the ground floor arranged in an L shape. The property has its own private parking area by the front door which opens into a spacious hallway. The sitting room is lit by a double height window allowing light to flood the room and also opening up fantastic views to the Trossachs. To one end of the room is a wood burning stove and by the window is space for a dining table. For more informal dining there is a breakfast bar in the kitchen.
The kitchen is located off the hallway and is fitted with contemporary kitchen units from Mereway with Silestone worktops. Integrated appliances are from Smeg and include an oven, grill, induction hob, extractor fan, 60/40 fridge freezer and washing machine. The kitchen has modern tiling on the floors and a panoramic window looking west.
The principal bedroom is situated to the north and has a range of built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. There are two adjacent double bedrooms accessed off the same hallway which share a family bathroom. The bath / shower rooms throughout are fitted with contemporary and colourful tiling with fixtures and fittings from Crossway and Duravit. There is a fourth bedroom at first floor level which also has an en suite shower room as well as a small galleried landing where there is space for a desk or a couple of chairs. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a utility room which has units and work tops which match the kitchen and there is plumbing for a washing machine along with deep storage cupboards.
The garden around The Dairy sits on the south and west side of the house. There is a sheltered patio area by the kitchen and a spacious lawn.