This spacious detached bungalow is positioned on the edge of a popular rural village with far reaching views to the countryside to the south. Largoward is a pretty village with a primary school, and the house is only a mile from the award winning Inn at Lathones. It is within a short drive of St Andrews, only 6 miles away with all its amenities and conveniences including university, golf courses, beaches, shops, restaurants, theatre etc, and it is also within commuting distance of another number of major centres including Cupar, Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy, and the picturesque coastal villages and beaches of the East Neuk are also within an easy drive.
Whitemyre House is well presented and benefits from oil fired central heating backed up with sealed unit double glazing throughout. All accommodation is laid out on one floor with sizable rooms providing spacious living space.
The front door opens through a vestibule into the hall which gives access to all rooms. A glazed door opens to the lounge; a very large room with patio doors opening to the garden offering tremendous views over the hedges to the countryside beyond. A brick chimney is positioned to divide the lounge from the dining area, which also benefits from dual aspect windows enjoying the country views. From here a door opens to the dining kitchen. The kitchen is a spacious room, large enough for breakfast table if desired, and well fitted with wall and floor units and windows offering views to the countryside. The freestanding whitegoods will be included in the sale and there is plumbing for a dishwasher. Next to the kitchen is the utility room which is fitted with wall and floor units, drawers, a sink and washing machine. It has a large cupboard, and there is a point for a tumble dryer. From here a back door opens to the garden.
Two of the double bedrooms are equipped with en-suite shower rooms, both of which are fitted with w.c, sink and shower cubicle and are extensively tiled. The third bedroom is also a good size double room and the fourth would be suitable for a single room though it is currently used as a study by the present occupiers. The capacious bathroom houses a shower cubicle, large bath, w.c and sink and is extensively tiled. There is a large cupboard providing storage.
The property is well provided with storage throughout the whole house with three large cupboards with both shelves and hanging space in the hall and all three double bedrooms are fitted with built in wardrobes with mirror fronted sliding doors. Further storage is found in the loft which is accessed via a hatch in the hall fitted with Ramsay ladder. This has recently been re-insulated and is partially floored.
The property stands in approximately 2 thirds of an acre of gardens which is laid out predominantly in lawn with separated areas, mature hedges and walls enclosing it fully. There is an area suitable as a drying green, an area of patio, and extensive grass to the south side. A vegetable patch produces rhubarb, gooseberries, blackcurrants and strawberries and there are multiple fruiting trees including apples, pears and plums and cherry. There is a large shed equipped with light and power, and attached to the house is a large double garage fitted with an up and over remote control door, and is suitable for storage in the rafters above. A large stone chipped driveway provides parking for many cars and is separated from the road by a wooden gate.