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3 bed semi-detached house for sale in Pittenweem

37 Viewforth Place, Pittenweem, ANSTRUTHER, KY10 2PZ
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Total Floor Area 156m²
Council Tax Band E
Energy Rating D
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Located in the quaint fishing village of Pittenweem and retaining all its period charm, this Edwardian three-bedroom, two-bathroom semi-detached house enjoys a sympathetic blend of characterful original features and classically- styled interiors. The delightful family home boasts appealing versatility with generous living space, attractive mature gardens, and plentiful off-street parking. Stepping inside, a vestibule leads through to an airy entrance hall with built-in storage. The hall is flanked by two spacious reception areas comprising a bay- fronted living room and a formal dining room. Both rooms are favourably south-facing and heightened by handsome focal fireplaces, plush fitted carpeting, original decorative details, and incorporated storage. The multi-purpose dining room provides convenient access to the kitchen fitted around a central seating area for more relaxed meals. The kitchen is brightly lit by multiple windows and tastefully appointed with a wide selection of modern lightly-toned cabinets integrated with an eye-level oven and microwave and a five-ring gas burner with a statement hood. A freestanding dishwasher and tall fridge freezer also feature, whilst a freestanding washing machine and further goods are housed within a utility room reached via an adjoining utility porch with external access. Completing the ground floor is a generous, rear-facing double bedroom neighboured by a bright shower room with a WC-suite, vanity storage & a shower enclosure. The remaining two double bedrooms are located upstairs, reached via a landing with a sky-lit study area, built-in storage, and access to eaves storage. Both bedrooms are generously sized and extended by south-facing dormer windows. Finally, a bright family bathroom with a WC-suite and a shower-over-bath completes the upper level of accommodation. The property benefits from a gas central heating system and partial double glazing. Externally, the house is complemented by attractively planted gardens to the front and rear, with a greenhouse included. A rear gated driveway, laid to gravel, allows private parking for multiple vehicles. Extras: All fitted floor and window coverings, light fittings and integrated/freestanding appliances are included in the sale. Pittenweem, Fife 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. Fast road links also make for an easy car journey, of just over an hour into Edinburgh.

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Pittenweem, East Fife at a glance*

  • Average selling price

    £310,063

  • Median time to sell

    16 days

  • Average % of Home Report achieved

    116.1%

  • Most popular property type

    2 bedroom house

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* Figures are based on properties marketed and sold through ESPC. Home Report valuations relate to properties where the Home Report was available on espc.com. Figures relate to the 12 month period ending on 30/06/2022

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