Surrounded by majestic trees and occupying an acre of ground, it’s not difficult to guess the thought process that went into giving Greenacre its name.
The five-bedroom house was built in 1967 but has been extensively renovated and extended since its current owners purchased it eight years ago.
Improvements include a new roof, Fisher heating system, a garden chalet and upgrades to the water supply.
By far the most impressive addition is the master bedroom that occupies the entire second floor of the house.
It has a balcony that boasts outstanding views over Loch Tay, as well as an en suite bathroom and a dressing room.
The kitchen has loch views and a Raeburn, as well as a glazed door onto a decked terrace. The living room has exposed beams and its own double doors onto the decking.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, all with south-facing views across Loch Tay, one of which has an open fire and is currently used as a reading room.
Beside the main house is a chalet that has previously been used for holiday letting. It has an open plan kitchen/living room and an en suite bedroom. Another outbuilding is set up as a recording studio.
Greenacre has a home report valuation of £525,000 but is on the market for £398,000, making it something of a bargain for whoever snaps it up.
Greenacre, Killin, is on sale with Savills for o/o £398,000.