£169,950 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|10 May 2013||£158,000||£7,000|
|1 June 2007||£165,000||N/A|
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Braeside Cottage is an IDYLLIC 18th Century 2 Bedroom Detached Traditional Stone Built Category C Listed Cottage retaining some ORIGINAL FEATURES situated in the DELIGHTFUL HAMLET of Newton of Falkland appealing to those looking for a countryside location and village life. With accommodation arranged over two levels and an enclosed garden perfectly positioned to take advantage of the sun as well as being delightful place to relax and enjoy leisure time the accommodation comprises: Hall, spacious lounge, breakfasting kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and 4-piece bathroom. DG. GCH. Garden can provide off street parking. With an overall RUSTIC FEEL this is one of the most desirable places to live which rarely comes to market.
LOCATION - Newton of Falkland is well known for its scenery and country walks with numerous golf courses nearby. Locally there is a renowned pub/restaurant, The Malt Barn and active Village Hall. Just over one mile away is Falkland village most well-known for Falkland Palace, the residence of past Kings and Queens and the setting for several TV and film locations such as Outlander. Falkland itself offers many shops/restaurants and local amenities including primary schooling with secondary education provided at Bell Baxter High, Cupar considered to be one of the best schools in Fife. Located within a 30-minute drive of Dundee, Kirkcaldy, Cupar and St Andrews, the Home of Golf including a mainline railway station at Ladybank it is the perfect place for someone seeking countryside life and while retaining the link to the city.
HALL - Accessed to the side of the property via a solid timber door. Traditional sash and case picture window looks into the lounge. Radiator. Tiled flooring.
LOUNGE - 6.39m x 5.08m (20'11 x 16'7 ) - Bright, generously proportioned lounge with 2 double glazed sash and case windows to the front. The focal point of the room is the fireplace with wood burning stove, authentic wood mantle and slate hearth. Cupboard housing electricity fuse/switch gear. Additional storage cupboard provides ample shelving/hanging/storage space. 2 radiators. Carpeted. A timber/carpeted staircase leads to the upper landing.
BREAKFASTING KITCHEN - 3.57m x 3.20m (11'8 x 10'5 ) - Fitted kitchen incorporating cream coloured floor standing, wall mounted units and wipe clean wood effect worktops with tiled splashbacks. Cupboard houses a wall mounted combi-condensing central heating boiler. Double-glazed sash and case window to rear. Double-glazed picture window to side. Coving. Radiator. Tiled flooring. Double glazed French doors lead to the patio and garden.
BATHROOM - 2.92m x 1.93m (9'6 x 6'3 ) - Consists of a 4-piece suite comprising of: WC, wash hand basin, bath and corner shower enclosure with thermostatic shower and sliding doors. Opaque double-glazed sash and case window to rear. Fully wet walled. Traditional style feature towel radiator. Laminate flooring.
UPPER LANDING - Access hatch to loft space. Carpeted.
BEDROOM 1 - 4.31m x 2.42m (14'1 x 7'11 ) - Double bedroom with Velux window to front. Traditional double-glazed picture window to side providing natural light. Coombed ceiling. Radiator. Carpeted.
BEDROOM 2 - 3.48m x 3.26m (11'5 x 10'8 ) - Additional double bedroom with 2 Velux windows to front providing natural light. Walk in cupboard provides ample shelving/hanging/storage space. Radiator. Carpeted.
GARDEN - Accessed from the rear of the property the garden is enclosed within a stone wall/wrought iron railing surround. Mainly laid to lawn with bushes and shrubs and a patio area to the side it provides an ideal place to relax and enjoy leisure time. Off street parking can be accommodated via the main entrance gates.
AGENTS NOTES - Please note that all measurements are approximate to widest point.
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