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A picturesque countryside retreat in the heart of Perthshire

Named after the ancient Pitcrocknie Stone, which is located near the entrance of the development,  Pitcrocknie village occupies 140 acres, with 60 acres comprising the residential village, which will, when fully completed, encompass 200 or more houses, a 9-hole Golf Course, Restaurant/Bar, commercial units, extensive walking/buggy paths, communal gardens, woodlands, a regenerated “Back Burn” feature, and ponds. 

Relaxed and social with the amenities of a small community

The Pitcrocknie Bar & Restaurant is currently closed with some refurbishment works underway.  When reopened, it can cater for up to 150 people for functions, weddings and various other social events. Located on the site of the former Glenisla Golf Course, owned by GDL, the remaining 9 holes of the Glenisla Golf Course is close to and managed by Alyth Golf Course which is open to residents of the Village with membership discounts available. Pitcrocknie Village is a multi generational residential location with no age restrictions. It features a care home (under construction and will be opened in 2024) situated on the North West boundary of the village.  It is surrounded by picturesque countryside, harbouring a wealth of idyllic walks and outdoor opportunities.

A rural escape between the highlands and lowlands

The area provides a highly sought-after rural lifestyle that is peaceful, yet still well connected. From the development, it is a reasonably short walk to the amenities in the village of Alyth and it is also within easy driving distance to Blairgowrie, Forfar, and Dundee, where a wide range of shopping, leisure, and cultural facilities can be enjoyed. The nearby twin burgh of Blairgowrie and Rattray is approximately six miles from the development (roughly ten minutes by car), providing excellent amenities for all your daily needs. Popular with anglers, walkers, and golf enthusiasts, Blairgowrie is also the starting point for the 60-mile circular Cateran Trail and it is the gateway to Glenshee, affording access to year-round sports facilities including skiing, mountain biking, abseiling, and paragliding. Pitcrocknie Village lies close to major road links connecting to Perth, Dundee, and further afield.