Inside the £1.15million former Second World War control tower complete with ‘glass box’ room and roof deck


A FORMER World War II control tower has gone on the market – and it comes complete with a “glass box” drawing room for stunning views of the Perthshire countryside.

The unique family home could be yours for offers over £1,150,000 from estate agents Clyde Property.

 The tower is up for sale

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The tower is up for saleCredit: Clyde Property

Set among the rolling hills of Clathymore, the house comes complete with four bedrooms, three reception areas and acres of land.

Property sellers have called it “one of the rarest and most unique homes to come to the Scottish market”.

Spread over four floors, the tower can be found 10 miles outside Perth.

 The tower has a top deck

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The tower has a top deckCredit: Clyde Property

It’s a former World War II airfield control tower but has been repurposed as a family home.

And it features a top deck area deal for taking in the views of the rolling countryside.

 The property is a former control tower

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The property is a former control towerCredit: Clyde Property


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The unique house is on sale from Clyde Property.

They said online: “Set amidst some of the most picturesque scenery in Perthshire, the property forms the centerpiece of an exclusive development of luxury homes built by Stephen Country Homes.

“Clathymore is an exclusive and exceptionally peaceful development just 10 miles from the city of Perth.

 There's plenty of room inside

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There’s plenty of room insideCredit: Clyde Property

“The location perfectly combines the benefits of tranquil, rural living with the convenience of ready access to travel links and sense of community within the secluded development.

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“A former disused World War II airfield control tower, the property has been skillfully designed by renowned local architect James Denholm and has been completed to a level allowing potential purchasers the opportunity to work with the builders and discuss the interior specification and design to satisfy individual requirements, thus creating a truly unique and bespoke home tailored to the needs of the eventual owner”.

 The tower was used during WW2

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The tower was used during WW2
 There are four bedrooms in total

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There are four bedrooms in totalCredit: Clyde Property

And estate agents say that it boasts a “glass box” drawing room that lets the owner enjoy the scenery.

Clyde added: “The cleverly positioned windows capture dramatic views of the surrounding countryside and the unique ‘top deck’ boasts magnificent panoramic views over the Perthshire hills including stunning sunsets towards Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’ Chroin, two famous Scottish Munros, in the west.

“A sight which can only be fully appreciated by viewing.

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“The accommodation is spread over four floors served by stairs and a lift, culminating in a dramatic sun room.

“The spectacular roof terrace features glass balustrading as does the second floor balcony.

“A feature ‘glass box’ has been incorporated into the drawing room and master en-suite which presents stunning views over the Perthshire hills”.

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