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2 bed terraced house for sale in Anstruther

68 Acorn Court, Cellardyke, ANSTRUTHER, KY10 3FB
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Total Floor Area 75m²
Council Tax Band C
Energy Rating C
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Forming part of the sought-after Silverdykes development on the rural fringes of picturesque Cellardyke, this modern end-terrace house boasts neutral interiors with natural wood finishes, contemporary fixtures and fittings, and stylish presentation throughout. Offering bright and spacious living accommodation, and enjoying a low-maintenance shared garden and allocated parking, the desirable two-bedroom home promises a delightful coastal retreat, within easy reach of good local amenities and transport links. Flanked by a secure storage locker, the front door opens onto a vestibule, with a handy WC, flowing into a welcoming entrance hall, characterised by crisp-white decor and warmly-toned wood trims. Leading off here and framed by generous dual-aspect glazing, a neutrally-decorated living room enjoys an abundance of natural light and a versatile floorplan, promising generous space for both comfortable lounge furniture and a dining table and chairs, if desired. Across the hall, a sunny southwest-facing room incorporates a stylish contemporary kitchen, with a designated space for seated dining. The well-appointed area enjoys an airy neutral back drop and includes sleek wood-styled cabinetry and flooring, a sweep of granite-inspired worktops, an integrated oven, a gas hob, a statement extractor hood, and space for further appliances. Upstairs, accessed from a galleried landing with a cupboard, the home's two bedrooms echo the classic pared-back decor and tasteful presentation of the living accommodation. Both bedrooms benefit from cosy soft-toned carpeting and built-in wardrobe storage, with the principal bedroom enjoying enviably spacious dimensions and a delightful dual-aspect. Finally, a bathroom houses a bathtub, with both an overhead shower and a shower tap attachment, a wall-mounted basin, and a WC, all set against a backdrop of understated white decor and tiling. Gas central heating and double glazing are found throughout. Externally, the home enjoys a low-maintenance shared garden, a secure external locker and a private allocated parking space, with further unrestricted on-street parking available throughout the development. Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, integrated kitchen appliances. The fridge/freezer and washing machine may be available by separate negotiation. EPC C Cellardyke, Fife 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.

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Anstruther, East Fife at a glance*

  • Average selling price

    £240,484

  • Median time to sell

    20 days

  • Average % of Home Report achieved

    109.3%

  • 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 28/02/2022

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