£365,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 August 2014||£60,000||£245,000|
|26 January 2007||£305,000||N/A|
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Restored by The National Trust For Scotland, The House at West Green in highly desirable Culross is a striking B-listed, partially-attached townhouse dating from the late 17th century (circa 1681), comprising 3 / 4 Double Bedrooms, 1 / 2 Reception Rooms, a south-facing garden &two private parking spaces.
The beautiful &versatile family home offers classically-proportioned accommodation & period character, complemented by modern, light-filled interiors. With a south-facing profile &breath-taking views over the River Forth, it represents a rare &exciting opportunity to be part of the picturesque coastal village of Culross, one of Scotland's most complete & unspoiled examples of a 17th/18th-century burgh.
It offers truly idyllic surroundings for families &a sought-after, small-village rural lifestyle, making it hard to believe it is less than an hour (by car) from both Edinburgh &Glasgow.
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â¢ Striking B-listed, partially-attached townhouse Dating from the late 17th century (circa 1681)
â¢ In the picturesque coastal village of Culross Scotland's most complete 17th/18th-century burgh
â¢ Sought-after, small-village rural lifestyle Less than 1 hour from Edinburgh &Glasgow
â¢ Breath-taking views over the River Forth Modern interiors &period character
â¢ Inviting, L-shaped hall with handy WC
â¢ Contemporary Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
â¢ Characterful, triple-aspect Living Room
â¢ 3 generous double bedrooms
â¢ Versatile dining room/ fourth bedroom
â¢ Crisp three-piece shower room in white
â¢ Modern three-piece bathroom
â¢ South-facing, enclosed garden
â¢ Two private parking spaces
â¢ Gas central heating &traditional windows
Considered to have been a wealthy merchant's house, the substantial home enjoys instant kerb appeal with a whitewashed faÃ§ade &ashlar surrounds to the 12-pane sash &case windows. Inside, the front door opens to an inviting, L-shaped hall that houses a handy WC. It is a wonderful first impression that sets the scene for the rest of the accommodation. To the left is the kitchen and breakfast room, which instantly impresses with its suave contemporary design.
Fitted around a floating island, it incorporates modern cabinetry in white &generous, down-lit worktop space, as well as a four-person breakfast peninsula for relaxed meals & morning coffee. Sandy-toned mosaic splashbacks add a desirable splash of colour to liven the style, completing the sophisticated look. Appliances include a Rangemaster induction cooker, an American-style fridge-freezer, an undercounter washer and dryer &an integrated dishwasher.
On the opposite side of the hall is the formal dining room, lovingly presented with a neutral palette, plush carpeting &stylish exposed ceiling beams. Including a cupboard for convenience, it is a spacious setting for large dinner parties &family occasions. If required, it also enjoys versatile dimensions for creative use, such as a 4th double bedroom.
Upstairs, leads to the first-floor landing which is broad enough for freestanding furniture, as well as a comfortable seat set beside a sash window, creating an attractive spot for reading. The characterful living room is accessed from here, brightly illuminated by natural light from triple-aspect windows &framed by an imposing period fireplace, with Delft tiles &a gas fire. Light d cor &solid hardwood flooring come together for an attractive look, whilst a generous footprint accommodates a wide selection of comfortable furnishings for unwinding &socialising.
The first of the bedrooms is opposite. Like all of the rooms, it is nicely presented for a tranquil atmosphere, plus it has a built-in wardrobe for convenience. Completing this level is a neighbouring three-piece shower room, enveloped in crisp white tiling with a chic mosaic border. On the second floor, the landing offers excellent storage, extending to the two remaining double bedrooms. They both feature wall-to-wall built-in wardrobes, creating generous footprints for additional bedside furnishings and/or home workstations. Finally, a three-piece bathroom enveloped in modern tiling completes the accommodation on offer. Efficient gas central heating ensures year-round warmth, with traditional sash windows for period charm and style.
Enclosed by a high stone wall for privacy, the beautiful garden enjoys a manicured lawn framed by leafy planting beds &a large patio for alfresco dining. It is an idyllic space, with a sunny, south-facing outlook over the tranquil waters of the River Forth. Ideal for families, there is also a children's playpark across the road from the home &2 private parking spaces.
Home Report: ï¿½410,000
Culross, Fife - Nestled beside the River Forth coastline &enveloped by scenic countryside, the peaceful village of Culross enjoys stunning views in all directions. Once a bustling port, it is considered one of the most picturesque e villages in Scotland.
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