£350,000 Offers over
Dating back to 1861, Balbirnie South Lodge enjoys an enviable private position on the outskirts of the highly desirable village of Markinch adjacent to the renowned Balbirnie Park and Golf Course. The property enjoys generous landscaped gardens with the original "B" listed gate lodge dating back to 1861 and designed by David Bryce one of Scotland's leading architect's of the 19th century and designer of Fettes College Edinburgh. The property has been extended sympathetically from its original design and manages to blend the traditional with a more contemporary finish. The accommodation is ideally suited for a family and boasts four bedrooms (two en-suites), generous lounge with focal fire and French patio doors allowing views and access to the impressive rear garden. Open spiral staircase in the lounge allows access to one of the two attic bedrooms and this generous room also enjoys an en-suite bathroom. The open plan family/dining room with open fire is a generous public room with feature window facing to front and side. A stone spiral staircase leads from the family room to an attic bedroom with separate dressing room. Lovely quality fitted kitchen with Belfast sink and integrated appliances including double oven, hob, microwave and coffee machine. Side door from kitchen gives access to garden. There is a further modern family bathroom with low maintenance wet wall. The subjects benefit from double glazing and are gas centrally heated. Mono-block driveway to front allows private parking with access to the double garage. The garage has attic storage with courtesy door to rear and further access door to lounge. Beautiful and generous mature landscaped gardens boast a summer house with decking that will be included within the sale. This unique family home can only be fully appreciated by viewing and a flexible entry would be available. EER Band E.
Stunning extended detached Victorian Lodge Gate House set within beautiful mature landscaped gardens on the outskirts of the highly desirable village of Markinch. This impressive "B" listed home dates back to 1861 and blends both the traditional with a contemporary internal finish. The unique accommodation comprises of four bedrooms (two en-suites), generous lounge, separate formal family/dining room, fitted kitchen and modern family bathroom. D.G. GCH, driveway and double garage. Early viewing essential. EER Band E.
Lounge/Diner 20'10" x 17'2" (6.35m x 5.23m).
Dining/Family Room 20'5" x 12'4" (6.22m x 3.76m).
Kitchen 10'2" x 9'2" (3.1m x 2.8m).
Master Bedroom 14'9" x 11'9" (4.5m x 3.58m).
En-Suite Shower Room
Bedroom 12'11" x 9'10" (3.94m x 3m).
Attic Bedroom 18'8" x 14' (5.7m x 4.27m).
Attic Bedroom (2) 9'7" x 8'5" (2.92m x 2.57m).
Study/Dressing room 11'3" x 11'1" (3.43m x 3.38m).
Double Garage 18' x 17'9" (5.49m x 5.4m).
Gardens with Summer House
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