£275,000 Offers over
This simply charming home is set in the heart of the small County Town of Milnathort, this unique home has been meticulously renovated to create contemporary living whilst retaining much of the period charm. The entrance is from the parking at the rear and entered via a conservatory, built to make the most of the views and gardens. The entrance hall is gloriously wide and welcoming. On the ground floor is the kitchen, open plan to the sitting room with ample space for a dining table. A feature fireplace also adds interest and the details on the cornice and the shutters add to the period appeal. The study and bedroom two are on this level along with a guest cloakroom and a utility room. A sweeping staircase leads to the first floor. The Lounge is beautifully proportioned with fine period cornice and coving and a fire-surround adds a focal point. Two windows overlook the gardens and golf course beyond. The family bathroom offers modern comfort and style with bath, wash hand basin and toilet as well as a separate shower cubicle. Two more bedrooms and storage complete this level. The staircase winds further upward to the second floor and two more bedrooms and a store room. Externally there is a drive and a garden laid mostly to lawn.
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