Fife Council granted planning permission on 26th September 2008 for the conversion of the Blinkbonny Steading into 6 dwelling houses - under Reference 06/00452/EFULL. Copies of plans and further details on planning permissions and building warrants relating to the property are available on the Fife Council Planning website - http://planning.fife.gov.uk/online/ - quoting the above planning reference.
House No. 1 has been completed and was sold in June 2012 for £160,000.
House No. 2 is nearly completed. It is a substantial 2 storey stone and slate house with accommodation extending over about 1650 sq.ft. which comprises: Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Study, Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room, 2 further Bedrooms and a Bathroom.
House No. 3 has been partly developed with a new roof and new first floor being constructed.
Houses Nos. 4, 5 &6 are still to be built.
The property extends to about 2.40 acres. At the north west corner of the site is a General Purpose Farm Building. This is a useful store and workshop for contractors working at the site. Subject to the necessary planning consents, it could be the site of another dwelling house.
Along the west boundary of the property is an attractive area of woodland being mainly broadleaf trees.
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