£399,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 May 2012||£460,000||£103,223|
|19 May 2006||£356,777||£51,777|
|27 June 2003||£305,000||N/A|
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McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present 4 Whistleberry, a particularly appealing steading conversion in a cluster of similar homes of distinction with all the rugged appeal of country living and coastal views. The house stretches out over two floors and each room has its own personality, the overall effect is an uplifting space to live in and work from.
Briefly, the accommodation on the ground floor comprises; Large lounge (currently a games room), family room/dining kitchen, bedroom 4 with ensuite bathroom, bedroom 5, shower room, vestibule and expansive hallway with excellent storage.
The upper floor offers a stylish lounge, bedrooms 2 and 3 with the family bathroom, and the principle bedroom with spacious en-suite and walk-in dressing room. Externally there is a garage and shared courtyard.
We asked our client what they have enjoyed most about the years spent here and this is their response;
'â¦We have access through the field in front of our house to a rocky beach cove below Whistleberry Castle. We created a small firepit here where we take the kids for 'sausage sizzels' etc. Others can access it but mostly it's just us. The neighbours are lovely and there is a real sense of community in WB. The kids have loved growing up here and during lock-down, both outside and inside, the space has been a godsend. I've worked from home for over 8 years and love the fact that I can just head out the door with the dogs for a bit of fresh air and time out. Connectivity is good with 4G (4G Router through phone mast) and there is plenty of space in the house to mix up working spaces.
We got married at Old Kinneff Church and held our reception at the house and in the garden. Regular get-togethers with the neighbours are great - what I do know is that anyone moving here will be made to feel very welcome and an important legacy for us is to find a family that will enjoy the house and location as much as we've doneâ¦'
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