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About St Serf’s Place 2017-01-09T16:11:40+00:00

About St Serf’s Place

Saint Serf was a saint of Scotland. The legend of Serf is “a farrago of wild impossibilities, carrying with him such a reputation for sanctity”; and it is with this ethos that we have designed this exclusive development. In the curtilage of Ruthven Towers, This little enclave is surrounded by a wonderful screen of mature Pines, Sycamore’s and many mature shrubs, making this a very tranquil setting. The views to the Orchil Hills are unparalleled and provide a wonderful vista to the “wild possibilities” and “sanctity” of a countryside living.

These properties are superior in design and construction. You will notice the feeling of solidity and spaciousness as soon as you enter and you’ll discover how real craftsmanship combined with up to the minute technology make the perfect home.

Somewhat surprisingly if you take the time to examine where Auchterarder sits on the Map you cannot fail to agree that St Serf’s Place is the perfect idyll to live. Within 2 minutes from the A9, you are 15 minutes from Perth and 5 minutes from Gleneagles. With the recently £4m refurbishment of Gleneagles Station there are perfect access links to the rest of the U.K.

In about half an hour, you can be in Dundee Airport which has direct flights to London. Within 45 minutes, you have Scotland’s two largest cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow, both with international airports and transatlantic flights.

Auchterarder enjoys some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland at the foot of the Ochil Hills. The development location provides an excellent vantage point to access the local amenities, schools and commuter links.

Recreationally, you couldn’t have more choice. There are around 40 golf courses within Perthshire alone including Gleneagles, which is around the corner. St Andrews, the home of golf, is within an hour’s drive.

The large Highland Perthshire estates are nearby offering everything they have. Perthshire offers endless walking and climbing opportunities. There are watersports centres for sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing and jet-skiing & of course fishing

Every kind of shopping is available from major supermarkets to long established independents, specialist stores and ‘farmers markets’. Perthshire also provide access to many private schools such as Strathallan, Glenalmond, Kilgraston Craigclowan and Morrison’s Academy.

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WINNER OF THE NHBC SINGLE HOME BUILDERS AWARD 2013