£210,000 Offers over
By appointment - Anstruther office
Important historical home dating in some parts to the 16th Century. Birthplace of Thomas Chalmers in 1780, founder of the Free Church Movement. Restored as part of the National Trust Little Houses scheme by locally renowned builder Peter Murray using reclaimed materials from the Chalmers Church including period fireplaces and timber. Rooftop sea views from uppermost level.
Entrance Vestibule Drawing Room Study Dining Room Dining Kitchen Sitting Room Gallery Sitting Room Music Room / Bedroom 4 Three Double Bedrooms En-Suite Bathroom Utility Room Garden Store Gas Central Heating EPC: D
(4.47m x 4.10m / 14'8" x 13'5")
(4.62m x 4.47m / 15'2" x 14'8")
(4.62m x 3.18m / 15'2" x 10'5")
(3.10m x 2.94m / 10'2" x 9'8")
(4.57m x 2.95m / 15'0" x 9'8")
(2.03m x 1.91m / 6'8" x 6'3")
(4.67m x 3.10m / 15'4" x 10'2")
(6.60m x 4.65m / 21'8" x 15'3")
(1.96m x 1.22m / 6'5" x 4'0")
(2.48m x 1.96m / 8'2" x 6'5")
Gallery Sitting Room
(5.72m x 2.82m / 18'9" x 9'3")
(4.14m x 3.43m / 13'7" x 11'3")
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