£310,000 Offers Over
A beautiful contemporary family home, which has been built in a traditional manner and finished to a high standard throughout. It is set in a semi-rural location yet still accessible.
Kinneddar Steading is situated approximately one mile south of the village of Saline in a peaceful, quiet setting at the end of a private
road. The attractive, open countryside village of saline and offers local amenities such as a primary school, a general store with a post office, an active community centre and a 9-hole golf course. The nearby town of Dollar offers a range of services and facilities, including the renowned private school, Dollar Academy with a bus running daily through Saline to Dollar Academy. Other noted private schools in the area include Beaconhurst School, Glenalmond College, Strathallan, Kilgraston, and Craigclowan. There are also four high schools in Dunfermline.
The M90 is just 7 miles away providing quick access to Edinburgh for east commuting, while the Kincardine Bridge provides access to the motorway networks of Western Scotland. Dunfermline is just 8 miles away and offers a broad range of services including regular rail services to Edinburgh with a journey time of just over 30 minutes. Glasgow is about 38 miles from Kinneddar Steading and can be reached in just over an hour via the Kincardine Bridge making it suitable for daily commuting.
For golfers, there are courses locally at Saline, Dollar, Rumbling Bridge, Pool of Muckhart and Alloa. Gleneagles that held the Ryder cup in 2014 is 17 miles north of Kinneddar Steading. The home of Scottish Motor Racing is at Knockhill which is just 6 miles away. Gleneagles Hotel has numerous leisure facilities on offer including a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, a swimming pool and equestrian centre.
For those with equestrian interests, there are a number of riding schools and livery yards in the area, as well as a network of tracks and bridle paths for hacking. The region is perfect for outdoor activities such as hillwalking and mountain biking in the Ochil and Cleish Hills.
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