Part of a modern development in the coastal village of Cellardyke, this south-facing, main- door, lower flat is a contemporary home in true move-in condition. It promises spacious accommodation and neutral interiors, and is comprised of two double bedrooms, a large living/dining room, an integrated kitchen, and a three-piece bathroom. The property further benefits from its own allocated parking space and delightful sea views.
The home's private front door opens into a vestibule, with convenient cloak storage, before flowing into a central hall. To the right is the living/dining room, which has a generous footprint for both lounge furniture and a table and chairs. It is finished in elegant tones and sees lots of natural light thanks to a trio of southerly- facing windows that frame lovely views to the sea. The kitchen is adjacent, fitted in a galley style with modern cabinets and wood-toned worktops that seamlessly blend with the matching splashback panels. It has an attractive aesthetic that is further enhanced by integrated appliances for a streamlined finish (gas hob, raised oven, and washer/dryer). In addition, the kitchen has direct access to the shared garden. Positioned side by side, the two double bedrooms are presented in light neutral tones and with snug carpeting. Both rooms are also equipped with built-in wardrobes, ensuring floorspace for bedside furnishings. Finally, the modern three-piece bathroom (with an overhead shower) enjoys a pleasing mix of understated decor and tiling. Double- glazed windows and gas central heating ensure year- round comfort and efficiency. Outside, the flat has a private allocated parking space, and enjoys access to a large communal garden that is well-kept and with a shared drying area. Extras: all fitted floor coverings, window blinds, light fittings, and integrated kitchen appliances to be included in the sale. The living room's handsome plug-in electric fire is 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 East Neuk 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.