£450,000 Offers over
FULL DESCRIPTION £25,000 UNDER HOME REPORT VALUATION
Enjoying an idyllic location near popular Aberdour, this breathtaking four-bedroom steading conversion is the epitome of luxurious country living. Using choice materials, superior craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail, the traditional stone-built steading has been transformed into a charming family home, with fantastic modern conveniences including an integrated multi-room speaker system. The generous entrance hall leads into the magnificent open-plan kitchen/dining area, where a rustic, exposed-stone wall is stylishly offset by a porcelain-tiled floor and elegant, heritage tones. Arranged around a striking central island, the designer kitchen boasts extensive hidden storage and sleek granite worktops, plus a full complement of Siemens integrated appliances, including an electric induction hob with a ceiling-mounted extractor hood, a convection oven, a steam oven and a warming drawer, a coffee maker and a dishwasher, plus an American-style fridge/freezer. The kitchen is supplemented with a practical utility room with garden access, which also incorporates an immaculate three-piece shower room. Returning to the vast dining area, glazed double doors open into the tremendous sun room, where triple-aspect windows flood the space with natural light, and provide framed views of the surrounding countryside. Completing the ground floor is the sprawling living room, which features a Scandinavian-style log burner and patio doors onto the garden, creating an exceptionally versatile living space to suit every season. Continuing upstairs onto the sun-drenched gallery landing, the dual-aspect master bedroom boasts a lavish walk-in wardrobe and a pristine en-suite shower room, comprising a walk-in shower, a wall-hung vanity unit with a countertop basin, and a wall-hung WC. The first floor also accommodates three further double bedrooms (one with another stunning en-suite shower room), a practical walk-in storage cupboard, and the sumptuous three-piece family bathroom, featuring a spa bath, a wall-hung vanity unit with a countertop basin, a towel radiator and a WC. Oil-fired central heating and luxurious under floor heating throughout the ground floor, as well as premium timber-framed double glazing ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round. Externally the property enjoys a fully enclosed, southwest-facing garden, comprising a vast lawn and two decked seating areas, as well as a double garage and additional parking on the shared driveway.
GARDENS Landscaped private gardens.
LOCATION Coaledge is close to the peaceful rural hamlet of Fordell and is perfectly positioned to offer the tranquility of the Fife countryside and coastline, the amenities of bustling Dunfermline, plus easy access to the Forth Road Bridge and popular commuter routes. Fordell is just a short drive from Dunfermline, with its historic past and wealth of shopping and entertainment facilities. Sports fans will also be spoilt for choice, with a number of golf courses and Fife Leisure centre nearby. The centre boasts a 10-screen cinema, bowling, indoor golf, Bannatyne's Health Club and a wide range of restaurants. Head towards the coast and you'll find the picturesque towns of Aberdour - with its two white sandy beaches, harbour and traditional pubs and shops - and Dalgety Bay overlooking the Firth of Forth. Dunfermline offers a good choice of education, from nursery level upwards, with nearby Fife College giving access to higher education. Ideally situated for commuters, nearby Aberdour, Dalgety Bay and Dunfermline Town train stations enjoy regular services to the Central Belt, while Halbeath Park & Ride is close to hand and the M90 offers a short, direct link to the heart of capital and its airport.
EXTRAS INCLUDED IN SALE All floor coverings, integrated white goods only, freestanding American style fridge/freezer and fixtures and fittings.
MEASUREMENTS (Taken from the widest point)
Living Room 7.69m (25'3") x 6.76m (22'2")
Kitchen / Dining Area 11.05m (36'3") x 4.58m (15')
Utility 2.51m (8'3") x 2.37m (7'9")
Sun Room 4.86m (15'11") x 4.06m (13'4")
Master Bedroom 6.93m (22'9") x 4.71m (15'5")
Walk In Wardrobe 2.63m (8'8") x 1.68m (5'5")
En-suite Shower Room 1 3.03m (9'11") x 1.87m (6'2")
Bedroom 2 4.83m (15'10") x 4.49m (14'9")
En-suite Shower Room 2 3.26m (10'8") x 1.54m (5'1")
Bedroom 3 6.15m (20'2") x 2.63m (8'8")
Bedroom 4 5.18m (17') x 3.08m (10'1")
Shower Room 3.06m (10'1") x 1.71m (5'7")
Family Bathroom 2.63m (8'8") x 2.46m (8'1")
Storage 1 2.56m (8'5") x 1.14m (3'9")
Storage 2 2.40m (7'10") x 1.10m (3'7")
Garage 6.10m (20') x 5.18m (17')
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