This immaculate, modern two-bedroom upper villa enjoys a wonderful setting in the sought-after East Neuk area; within strolling stance of the coastline, two harbours, and a selection of shops and award-winning eateries. The property is ideal as a permanent home, a holiday home, or a lucrative rental investment.
Set in an attractive modern development, surrounded by landscaped gardens, the front door is on the ground floor from where stairs give rise to the first floor accommodation. Once inside, you are met with paired-back and stylish coastal interiors, all presented in an immaculate and move-in condition. A large open plan living and dining room, lit by dual-aspect twin windows, offers an airy ambiance and the perfect space for socialising and relaxing. The room, with it wood-styled flooring and crisp white walls framed by cornicing, offers enough space for a 6-seater dining table at the one end, and ample room for lounge furniture on the other end. A modern, fully fitted kitchen is found next door, neatly integrated with a gas hob, electric oven and concealed extractor hood, with space for freestanding appliances.
The property comes with two double bedrooms, both airy and well-presented with the larger bedroom further benefiting from fitted wardrobes. Completing the internal accommodation is a modern three-piece bathroom, with a shower-over-bath.
The property benefits from good storage supplemented by an attic (accessed from the hallway). Gas central heating and double glazing ensure year-round comfort and energy efficiency.
Externally, in addition to landscaped communal grounds, the development also benefits from residents' parking.
Rating - B.
Extras: Included in the sale are all the fitted floorcoverings, light fittings, and integrated kitchen appliances. All furniture and other good are available by separate negotiation.
Characterised by its narrow lanes, cobbled streets, and traditional harbour cottages, the former fishing village of Cellardyke promises a desirable coastal lifestyle in the East Neuk of Fife. The village is positioned immediately east of Anstruther and just ten miles southeast of St Andrews, and is therefore an enticing option for families, commuting professionals or those looking for a weekend escape.
Village amenities in Cellardyke include a harbour-side bar and restaurant, a fishmonger ,a baker, and a corner shop. These are supplemented with further amenities in neighbouring Anstruther, which include a Co-op Food, a pharmacy, a post office, and a wide choice of cafes, bars, and restaurants. Visitors are drawn to the quaint harbours of Cellardyke and Anstruther, with the latter operating boat trips to the Isle of May National Nature Reserve. This island in the Firth of Forth is a protected haven for seals and seabirds, and boasts a fascinating history. On the fringes of the village is EastNeuk Outdoors a family- run activity centre offering kayaking, canoeing, paddle-boarding, and a host of other outdoor pursuits, with a tidal pool conveniently close by. The site also features a children's play park and from here walkers can join the coastal path to Crail. Schooling is provided locally at Anstruther Primary School and Waid Academy. St Leonards in St Andrews offers independent primary and secondary schooling for both day and boarding pupils. The village is served by frequent bus links travelling to Anstruther, St Andrews, and Edinburgh. The nearest train station in Cupar operates rail links to Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, and Arbroath.