£480,000 Fixed price
DESCRIPTION We are delighted to bring to the market the opportunity to acquire this stunning executive terraced dwelling house forming part of former stables which were attached to the Blair Caste Estate. This fabulous four house development has been architecturally designed and this is truly an aspirational home. There are many bespoke design features throughout both externally and internally. The external stone and masonry work is eye catching, having been brought back to life. The impressive private road up to the estate leads to beautiful grounds with woodland backdrop and open views over countryside. Through a private entrance this completely renovated home is surrounded by sprawling lawns, fully enclosed grounds which provide security and privacy and courtyard. The property benefits from having a double garage ideal for any discerning buyer who requires additional parking and storage/lock up space. They are fully insulated with power and light. The local developers excel at refurbishing these period properties and the build is to their usual high specification with quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Bespoke features listed below.
The accommodation briefly comprises reception hall, w.c facilities, lounge, dining/family room and breakfasting kitchen. On the upper level four double bedrooms with master en-suite and further guest en-suite together with family bathroom. Gas central heating and new sash and case double glazing throughout.
PROPERTY FEATURES - Double Garage
- Fully Carpeted
- Kitchens have solid surface worktops, painted timber doors
- Boiling water tap, Neff Appliances and Range Cooker
- Bathrooms - tiles from Porcelanosa
- Oak engineered flooring right through the downstairs
- High Ceiling and Ceiling Rose
- Ornate cornicing
LOCATION Blair Castle Estate is situated just on the way out of the main village heading west. The Royal Burgh of Culross (National Trust for Scotland) lies 12 miles west of the Forth Road Bridge and is a picturesque coastal village dating back to medieval times. 16th and 17th Century Culross was a thriving community and sea port, as evidenced by the architectural style of the village and surrounding properties of the period. The village looks across the River Forth complimenting Culross's natural beauty. It benefits from a primary school, mobile post office, local pub and of course the historical Palace and grounds. Easy access is gained to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the West. There is a regular and reliable bus service providing transport to other west fife villages or nearby Kincardine and Dunfermline where a wider range of amenities can be found.
MEASUREMENTS The floorplan measurements are approximate. They are for indication purposes only to give a rough guide on size. They are not to be used as a basis for measuring up for fixtures or fittings.
VIEWINGS All viewings by appointment via Morgans on 01383 620222.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS From Dunfermline town centre continue on Pittencrieff St/A994 for approximately three miles and at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A985 signposted for Culross. Go through the villages of Torryburn and Newmills and turn sharp left onto the B9037 onto Low Causeway then onto Back Causeway travelling through the village of Culross until you exit the village, you will see our For Sale Board on the right hand side onto the private road into the estate.
On Google Maps, enter the property postcode KY12 8JW and follow the directions. Our sales boards are at the entrance to the estate and at the steading and development.
MORGANS PROPERTY PACKAGE We provide the complete buying and selling package including a comprehensive estate agency service and full legal service. For a FREE PRE-SALE VALUATION, estimate and market appraisal without cost or obligation, contact us on 01383 620222 or Kinross Office on 01577 863424.
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