This delightful C listed semi-detached property has been developed over recent years to form a beautifully presented family home whilst carefully retaining the character and charm of this historic building. It is positioned in the lovely village of Kilconquhar which is situated 2 miles from the seaside village of Elie with its popular beaches with water sport centre, harbour, famous golf course, shops, pubs and restaurants. It falls into the catchment area for Waid Academy in Anstruther and a school bus provides transport. It also has easy access to other centres such as St Andrews, Cupar, Glenrothes and Kirkcaldy and is less than a 45 minute drive to Edinburgh.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating with partial double glazing. The front door opens directly into the lounge which is a particular feature of the property. It has been opened up to form an impressive room with cathedral ceiling with Velux windows, a wood burning stove at one end and a feature exposed stone wall. The dining kitchen is also noteworthy for its style and features. Spanning the full width of the property with large south facing windows, it is a bright and spacious multi-sectional room. To one end there is a small area created to form a utility or bar area, with sink and drainer, units and fridge, and has a door opening to the garden. The middle section is suitable for a dining suite and has glazed double doors opening to the garden, and the far end is the kitchen area, well fitted with kitchen units and freestanding appliances, and with an island counter and breakfast bar. As in the lounge, one wall has exposed stone work creating an attractive feature.
Also at ground floor level are two of the bedrooms and the bathroom. Bedroom one is a good sized double room with fitted wardrobes, cupboard and desk with shelves and laminate floor. The second is used by the present owners as a study and also benefits from fitted bedroom furniture. The fully upgraded bathroom is fitted with a three piece suite comprising bath, w.c and sink with vanity units plus a separate shower cubicle. It is extensively tiled and benefits from a heated towel rail.
Stairs rise from the corridor to the upper floor where there are two further bedrooms. Both enjoy views to the rear through the velux windows to the countryside and both have storage space and wardrobes. Accessible from the landing are two cupboards providing storage, one of which is large enough to offer potential for conversion to an upstairs w.c.
Externally the property has enchanting gardens. To the front there is an area of driveway directly in front of the garage and further parking is found to the side of the building. There is an area of garden directly to the front of the house which is laid with stone beds to decorate, and an old well has been retained to make a feature at the front. To the rear there is a courtyard garden accessed from the dining kitchen which is fully paved, completely enclosed with stone walls and has a water feature with a pond and waterfall. From here is a gate giving access to the external store. Rising from the courtyard are steps to the upper level which leads around the back of the house to the far end, next to the garage. This is laid with lawn and a vegetable patch stocked with herbs and berries and fruiting trees. A greenhouse is perfectly positioned to capture the sunshine for the majority of the day.