Charming traditional fisherman's cottage renovated circa 2007 The original character of the property remains and it is just yards from the foreshore and close to the historic and picturesque harbour. The accommodation is ground floor with the exception of the second bedroom. The entrance hall has the meter cupboards leading to the...
Charming traditional fisherman's cottage renovated circa 2007 The original character of the property remains and it is just yards from the foreshore and close to the historic and picturesque harbour. The accommodation is ground floor with the exception of the second bedroom. The entrance hall has the meter cupboards leading to the lounge, bedroom one and bathroom. The lounge is at the front of the property benefitting from a feature fireplace leading through to the kitchen, which has a roof light window and back door to the laundry and garden. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes and is next to the bathroom with over bath shower, wash hand basin and WC. The first floor has the second double bedroom with deep fitted wardrobe and over looks the terraced garden. The property benefits from gas central heating and buyers should note that the gas boiler has just been replaced by local plumbers Greigs.The courtyard has just been power washed leads to the laundry which is plumbed for a washing machine and benefits from power and useful shelving. A few steps lead up to the terraced garden which has one paved terrace and three gravel terraces with some bulbs inter planted for interest.
Cellardyke, situated to the East of Anstruther, is one of the most historic and picturesque areas with typical pan tiled roofs and crow stepped gabled buildings. The harbour was once home to the thriving fishing industry and the name evolving from silver dykes referring to fish scales glinting.
Anstruther is the largest community on the stretch of north-shore coastline of the Firth of Forth known as the East Neuk. Originally a fishing village, the main industry is now tourism and with a 9 hole golf course, pleasure craft mooring in the harbour, and sightseeing and wildlife cruises to the Isle of May, home to the UK's largest Puffin population. Other local attractions include The Scottish Fisheries Museum, The Secret Bunker, Famous Fish and Chip Shop along with an array of restaurants including the Cellar' and hostelries.
The Waid Academy, the local comprehensive school and community center, offers a wide range of activities. Additional entertainment can be found in St Andrews, just 9 miles away, while Dundee is 23 miles and Edinburgh is 50 miles away.
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