This traditional semi-detached cottage enjoys an idyllic setting, close to the picturesque coastal village of Pittenweem.
Surrounded by the scenic rolling countryside of the East Neuk, the delightful semi-rural home nestles within extensive landscaped gardens, accompanied by a gravelled driveway. Internally, the spacious, light-filled accommodation enjoys neutral decor and tasteful presentation throughout, and includes two double bedrooms, two reception rooms and a dining kitchen.
The sheltered front door opens into an entrance hall, with useful built-in storage, which flows into a living room on the left. This bright, southeast-facing room enjoys classic, understated styling and a homely ambience, whilst a wide picture window yields rolling countryside views, as far as the eye can see. A traditional fireplace, provides an engaging focal point, and the well-proportioned reception room provides plenty of space for a variety of comfortable furnishings. Next door, a dining room is supplemented by built-in cupboard storage and enjoys a tranquil setting, with views across the landscaped rear garden. Also accessed from the hall, a sunny, dual-aspect kitchen offers additional space for a breakfasting area and comes well-appointed with a range of timelessly classic, timber-styled cabinetry and characterful rustic tiling. Supplemented by a generous sweep of workspace, the spacious cooking zone incorporates an integrated concealed extractor fan, along with space and plumbing for appliances. Leading off the kitchen, a vestibule, with storage, provides handy garden access.
Upstairs, a landing (with a cupboard) leads to the home's two double bedrooms. Both enjoy the airy neutral decor, cosy carpeting, and tasteful styling of the living accommodation, and additionally benefit from built-in wardrobe storage. Finally, a bright, modern bathroom houses a three- piece suite with a shower-over-bath. Oil-fired central heating and double glazing are found throughout.
Externally, the cottage sits within spacious, enclosed gardens, which are landscaped for ease of maintenance, and incorporate a handy garden store, and a large, paved terrace, with stunning countryside views. A secure, gated driveway provides private parking for two cars.
Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, and integrated kitchen appliances.
The property enjoys a tranquil, semi-rural location just outside Pittenweem. Nestled in the picturesque East Neuk of Fife, the charming fishing village of Pittenweem is steeped in local history and has a working harbour that dates back to 1600. The village itself is home to everyday amenities including grocery shops, galleries and craft shops, a bakery, Post Office, doctors surgery, a primary school, hairdressers, cafes, a restaurant, 2 pubs and a fish and chip shop. Pittenweem is an extremely popular tourist destination, and it's easy to see why; the village's location, hugged by rugged coastline and open countryside, gives ready access to scenic walking (including the Fife Coastal Path), running and cycling routes, a walled sea pool, and crazy golf. In addition, the village hosts the Annual Pittenweem Arts Festival exhibiting the works of local and visiting artists, many of whom are inspired by Pittenweem's glorious coastal scenery and historic architecture. The pretty historic harbour villages of Crail and St Monans are nearby, whilst the beautiful Elie beach (with extensive watersport amenities), as well as Elie tennis and golf clubs, are just a short drive away. The nearby coastal town of Anstruther is home to a large Supermarket, an award-winning fish & chip shop, and a harbour which offers idyllic summer boat trips to the Isle of May. The popular University, golf and tourist town of St Andrews is just 20 minutes' drive from Pittenweem, and the award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links is just seven miles away and newly opened Dumbarnie Links is close by as well.