Property history for 7 Auld Burn Park, St. Andrews, Fife, KY16 8JD

3 Bed Upper Flat with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£200,000 in September 2018 11.1%

£180,000 in November 2007

Details from last sale

in September 2018

The property

This most attractive upper floor three bedroom apartment is located only minutes from the town centre, giving easy access to all the attractions this historic town has to offer, such as the Old Course, university departments, St Andrews Cathedral, the harbour and East Sands. The spacious bright accommodation comprises entrance hall,... More

This most attractive upper floor three bedroom apartment is located only minutes from the town centre, giving easy access to all the attractions this historic town has to offer, such as the Old Course, university departments, St Andrews Cathedral, the harbour and East Sands. The spacious bright accommodation comprises entrance hall, sitting/dining room, modern fitted breakfasting kitchen, three double bedrooms and modern bathroom with shower over bath. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. The sale includes the fixed fitted floor coverings and kitchen appliances, with no guarantees given. To the side of the property there is a large private garden mainly laid to lawn and stone chips interspersed with a delightful variety of mature shrubs. There is a paved patio area where you can sit and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. There is a timber garden shed and within the communal entrance hall there are two walk-in private store cupboards ideal for bikes or golf clubs. Although currently utilised as a superb rental property it could be considered for its potential has a holiday home or private residence. Location The historic town of St Andrews is without doubt one of the most popular locations in Britain. St Andrews is home to the Royal and Ancient Golf Club and the famous Old Course. Its amenities include Scotland's oldest university, founded in 1413, beautiful award winning beaches, historic buildings, including the ruins of the cathedral, castle and St Rule's Tower and a wide variety of specialist shops and restaurants. Renowned worldwide as "the home of golf", the residents of the town are eligible for reduced green fees over the seven St Andrews Links courses. There are many other golf courses in the area, including The Dukes, Kingsbarns and the Fairmont St Andrews complex (formerly St Andrews Bay). St Andrews is well placed for commuting to most of the surrounding towns such as Dundee, Perth, Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and Cupar. The railway station at nearby Leuchars is on the main Aberdeen to London line and provides a fast link to both Dundee and Edinburgh. Edinburgh airport with its shuttle service to London is approximately fifty miles away and further airport facilities and London flights are available from Dundee. EPC - C.

Energy rating C

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Thorntons - St Andrews

01334 862336

17-21 Bell Street, ST. ANDREWS, KY16 9UR

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