06 Feb 2019
We've come across many beautiful homes and impressive upgrades, but this two-storey conversion is incredible.
Travelling back to 1883 in the quaint village of Dunning, this stunning building was erected to serve the community as the local bank, known as the, 'Union Bank of Scotland'.
Fast-forward 100-odd years and the imposing building was transformed into two luxury family homes.
Aberdein Considine's Perth office is proud to be marketing the ground floor apartment, which is new to the market this week.
'Willowbank' is bright and spacious, and benefits from the modern comforts of gas central heating system (controlled by the Hive system) and a new worcester boiler - yet still contains many period features.
Each room boasts impressive high ceilings and some showcase large windows with working shutters and traditional fireplaces.
There are four bedrooms (the master originally the bank managers office), a fully fitted kitchen, dining room, bathroom and shower room suite, and an elegant lounge with massive bay windows which overlook the garden.
Outside, there are garden grounds to the side and rear along with a driveway, detached double garage and a self-contained studio, which lends itself to a variety of purposes.
Currently on the market for offers over £215,000, this is a great opportunity to buy grand family home with tons of character and a unique backstory.