A charming period house in a lovely semi-rural situation with five bedrooms and a useful loft room is now for sale.
Presented by Galbraith, Old Largoward Cottages is set in a semi-rural lovely situation off the Kings Highway on the northern fringe of the village of Largoward just six miles from St Andrews, the ancient and historic university town renowned worldwide as The Home of Golf.
Old Largoward Cottages is a period property largely built of stone under a red tiled roof, which offers comfortable and flexible accommodation set out over two levels extending to about 181 sqm (1,948 sqft).
An open plan kitchen/sitting room lies at the heart of the house, which has doors leading off to a garden room/ bedroom five and a lovely south facing garden terrace as well as a log burning stove.
A corridor leads off the sitting room to three bedrooms (one en suite) as well as a family bathroom. Space saver steps lead up to a useful loft room with a Velux window and an eaves store.
Situated off the entrance hall is a dining/family room, which has stairs leading up to a fourth bedroom and a shower room. The property benefits from fully double glazed windows.
Old Largoward Cottages is approached by a gated entrance which leads to a generous parking area to the west side of the house. The spacious garden is largely laid to lawn and looks out over an adjacent field.
Situated off the parking area is a garden shed and a climbing frame. The main entrance (to the north) is approached by a terrace and to the south is a further terrace enclosed by trellises.
To the south the East Neuk villages of Anstruther, Pittenweem, St. Monans and Elie provide for all day to day requirements with an excellent range of shops, restaurants, pubs and such like.
To the north-west is the bustling county market town of Cupar with a full range of amenities and services. The thriving city of Dundee is some 19 miles to the north over the Tay Bridge with Edinburgh just over forty miles to the south. Home to an array of wildlife, the delightful picture postcard countryside and coastline around the Largoward area is perhaps some of the finest that Fife has to offer making it the ideal setting for the outdoor enthusiast.
There is easy access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including walking, cycling, riding, sailing and golf with many highly regarded courses within easy reach.
There are railway stations in Ladybank, Leuchars, Cupar and Markinch with Edinburgh airport just over an hour from the property. The regional airport at Dundee offers a good selection of short-haul flights.
Good state primary and secondary schooling is available locally with highly-regarded independent schooling being provided at St Leonards in St Andrews and also the High School of Dundee.
The agents will consider offers over £350,000.
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