£595,000 Offers Around
A substantial period family home built over three floors dating back to 1768 and set within a charming walled garden. Development potential.
This property is an attractive stone built house with a traditional lime harl and pitched slate roof. It has been refurbished by the current owners but retains a lot of the original detail including cornices, working shutters and sash and case windows.
Torryburn House was originally a manse house, built in 1768 and extended in 1860. It has a very attractive garden with a high stone wall surrounding it.
The sellers are having pre-planning application discussions with Fife Council Planning Department with a view to applying for four new build houses in the grounds of the property. They would prefer to sell the property as it stands, but it does have some development potential.
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