Enjoying an idyllic semi-rural setting in the hamlet of St Michaels, with views over picturesque rolling countryside, this semi-detached cottage promises a fabulous opportunity for those seeking a tranquil retreat, within easy reach of excellent amenities and transport links. Located conveniently close to St Andrews, the home boasts three double bedrooms, generous reception space, mature private gardens, and a driveway. It offers exciting scope for upgrading to suit modern family lifestyles.
The sheltered front door opens into a bright entrance hall, with excellent built-in storage. On the right is the living room. Enjoying a sunny aspect and open views, this south-facing room boasts an abundance of versatile floorspace, arranged around a traditional fireplace. It promises a delightful setting for everyday living. Set to the rear of the home, the dining kitchen provides ample room for family meals and entertaining, and is supplemented by cabinet storage and workspace. It includes a freestanding cooker with an extractor hood, and room for further appliances. Leading openly off the kitchen, a vestibule provides garden access and opens into a pantry, with useful shelving and a washing machine. The first of three spacious double bedrooms (all with built-in storage) is found on the ground floor, with the remaining sleeping areas located upstairs, just off a landing with storage. A good-sized three-piece bathroom completes the home. Double glazing is found throughout, and the home is warmed by oil-fired central heating.
Externally, the property sits within delightful mature gardens, bordering scenic open countryside. A garden & coal store and a garden shed provide useful outdoor storage, whilst a driveway to the front offers convenient private parking.
Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, the cooker, and the washing machine. EPC Rating: E.
World-renowned for its ancient university, golfing heritage and stunning beach, St Andrews attracts more than half a million visitors each year, and is regarded as one of the finest towns and best places to live in Scotland. Characterised by its narrow cobbled streets and beautiful architecture, the bustling town centre hosts a charming blend of independent shops and high- street retailers, plus diverse cafes, coffee shops, delis, greengrocers, butchers, and bakeries. There are also several large supermarkets on the outskirts of the town. St Andrews enjoys international fame as The Home of Golf' the game has been played at St Andrews Links for over 600 years, and the iconic Old Course draws thousands of professionals, amateurs, and spectators from across the globe. Other tourist attractions include the 12th and 13th- century ruins of St Andrews Cathedral and St Andrews Castle, as well as St Andrews Botanic Garden. Excellent state schools can be found nearby; private schooling options include a Montessori nursery and St Leonards School. Situated in the East Neuk of Fife, St Andrews is approximately 30 minutes' drive from Dundee and 90 minutes' drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh. The town is served by excellent local and intercity bus links; daily direct flights to London are available from Dundee airport.