Kirriemuir 8 miles, Forfar 9 miles, Dundee 23 miles, Aberdeen 51 miles, Edinburgh 84 miles
Lot 1 – Easter Ogil Estate
(About 36.99 Acres)
Impressive principal house including four reception rooms, eight bedrooms and three bathrooms
Formal gardens including lawns | kitchen garden | vegetable beds orchard
Two Estate Cottages
An extensive range of attractive traditional buildings with
development potential (subject to planning consent)
Farm buildings including a cattle court, silo and machinery store
Three paddocks of parkland grazing including two horse shelters extending to about 15 acres | Mixed policy woodland extending to about 16 acres
Roe deer stalking opportunities
Lot 2 – Smiddy Cottage
(About 0.65 Acres)
Hallway | dining room | kitchen | living room | two bedrooms
Integral workshop and garage
Gardens with greenhouse | vegetable patch
For sale in 2 lots or as a whole
Easter Ogil comprises of the attractive principal house, approached off a private tarmac driveway overlooking the parkland policies. The impressive sandstone house comprises of four reception rooms, eight bedrooms and
thre bathrooms. There is also an attractive four storey tower complete with two rooms and opens out to take a decking area with super views over the gardens and parkland. In addition there are three estate cottages, including a two bedroom Gate Lodge, three bedroom Farm Cottage and three bedroom Smiddy Cottage, two of which are let. There is a large attractive range of traditional buildings in a courtyard used for stabling, storage, garaging and with development potential. There is also a range of more
modern farm buildings including a hay/machinery shed, cattle court and silage clamp. The policies extend to a total of 37.64 acres. This comprises of three paddocks extending to about 15 acres pasture with two horse shelters and about 16 acres of mixed policy woodland providing shelter and amenity. East Ogil offers a very private Estate in the heart of Angus, yet very accessible to the rest of Scotland.
Easter Ogil House (Lot 1)
Easter Ogil House is approached via a private tarmac driveway lined with some mature trees, colourful rhododendrons and terminates with a large parking area to the front. The house dates to the mid-19th century with later
additions and sits in an idyllic south-facing position overlooking the gardens and parkland policies beyond. The property is constructed of red sandstone beneath pitched slate roofs and has a number of architectural features
including the extended gabled stone porch, the bay window on the eastern elevation and in particular the four storey tower with crenelated parapet beneath a slated pyramidal roof complete with open decking area and weather vane. Internally the reception rooms are a particular highlight with
the sitting room connecting straight through to the drawing room via sliding doors complete with an open fireplace and large timber sash-and-case windows to embrace the wonderful views overlooking the gardens and beyond.
Smiddy cottage (Lot 2)
Smiddy Cottage is accessed off the Glen Ogil minor public road opposite the main entrance to Easter Ogil (lot 1). There is a tarmac parking area to the front. The cottage is of traditional stone construction beneath a pitched slate roof.
Estate and Farm Buildings
The estate and farm buildings are situated a short distance to the west of the main house and can be accessed off a
separate farm track. This includes a very attractive traditional range of stone and slate buildings over two storeys laid out around a courtyard. The well maintained buildings have been used most recently for machinery and equipment, garaging and workshop and the loft as an entertaining space. The courtyard area has been covered with a corrugated roof and has been used in the past for housing cattle. These traditional buildings would lend themselves to residential development, subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.
East Ogil is situated in a private yet accessible position on the edge of the Angus Glens about nine miles north of Forfar and only around four miles from the A90 which connects Dundee and Aberdeen. Glen Ogil is the name is given to the valley of the Noran Water, a spate river which flows through
the estate along the western boundary. The market towns of both Kirriemuir and Forfar provide a range of local services including supermarkets, post office, newsagents gp surgery, hotels, butchers and a primary school.
The city of Dundee is only a 30 minute drive and provides more extensive services including shopping centres, leisure facilities, two universities, secondary schooling, the highly acclaimed V&A Dundee Museum and railway station with daily services to Aberdeen and Edinburgh, as well as a
sleeper service to London. Dundee also has an airport with daily scheduled flights to Belfast and London, whilst Aberdeen airport is 56 miles away and has a range of domestic and European flights. Independent schooling
is available at Dundee High School, St Leonards in St Andrews, Robert Gordons in Aberdeen and Lathallan in Johnshaven.
Sporting opportunities are plentiful in the area with the Angus Glens home to some of the finest grouse moors in Scotland. Grouse shooting, red deer stalking and pheasant shooting are all readily available to rent on a number
of nearby estates. Excellent salmon fishing is available with the Rivers Tay, North and South Esk, Dee and Don all within easy reach. For the golfer, there are 18 courses in the county with local courses at Brechin, Montrose, Edzell, as well as the Championship course at Carnoustie (26 miles) and The
Old Course at St Andrews (36 miles). Glenshee ski resort is only 31 miles away. There are some wonderful walks in the Angus Hills and Lunan Bay which is a National Nature Reserve has a lovely sandy beach for walks and picnics. Equestrian activities of all types are very popular in Angus. With its extensive range of buildings and sheltered grazing, Easter Ogil is ideally suited to someone with equestrian interests.