18 Kirkmay Road, Crail, Anstruther, Fife, KY10 3RZ

2 Bed Flat - Ground Floor with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£180,000 in December 2022

The property

Mayfield House is a traditional ground floor garden flat forming the lower half of this detached former farmhouse. South facing Garden. Currently used as a popular holiday let. Pleasant quiet location yet close to picturesque harbour, coastal walk and excellent local amenities. Nine championship golf courses within ten-mile radius. St Andrews is just 10 miles away. This lovely property retains period features and is tastefully decorated allowing potential purchasers to use the property straight away. It would make a fine principal residence or could be carried on as a holiday let. Buyers looking to carry this on may want to apply for the new license before the 1st of October. The main entrance porch with secure entry key box leads into the hall and all other accommodation. The spacious lounge has an open working fire, cornice and a pleasant view over the south facing garden. The dining kitchen is adjacent to the lounge ideal for entertaining. Well furnished with plenty of cabinets, workspace, new gas cooker and fridge freezer. A rear porch off the kitchen leads to a utility space, the family bathroom and a back door to the rear sheltered decked garden. The family bathroom has a traditional white three-piece suite with shower over. The main bedroom is at the front enjoying the southerly aspect with plenty of space for bedroom furniture. The second bedroom has bunk beds, this could also be an ideal home office. Some main items of furniture and contents can be purchased by separate negotiation. The antique chair within the bedroom, artwork, dresser and dining table and chairs are not available for sale. Further benefits are the boiler which was replaced in 2019 and the double glazing. The main south facing garden is laid to grass with mature shrubs and a mix of planting to provide year round interest. The rear decked secure area is a great bonus. EPC D Crail The charming harbour town of Crail offers a desirable coastal lifestyle within easy reach of St Andrews, Dundee, and the central belt. The historic fishing village enchants locals and visitors alike with its winding cobbled streets, quaint fishermen's cottages and idyllic harbour, which is sheltered by rugged cliffs, where you can enjoy fresh crab and lobster. The town is served by an excellent range of local services and amenities, which include a small supermarket, independent retailers, and a pharmacy, plus a choice of cafes and a traditional hotel with a cosy bar and restaurant. Further retail outlets, including several major supermarkets, are available in nearby St Andrews. Crail also benefits from two 18-hole courses at Crail Golfing Society and visitors can enjoy a round at the famous Balcomie or Craighead Links. Kingsbarns Golf Club is also only a few miles away.

Council Tax Band C
Total Floor Area 71 m2
Energy rating D

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