Thornbank, Teasses Mill is a delightful, secluded cottage situated on the outskirts of the highly sought village of Ceres. This property comes to the market in immaculate condition with bright, capacious accommodation set out over two levels, with a private south facing garden, long driveway leading to a large parking area, garage and...
Thornbank, Teasses Mill is a delightful, secluded cottage situated on the outskirts of the highly sought village of Ceres. This property comes to the market in immaculate condition with bright, capacious accommodation set out over two levels, with a private south facing garden, long driveway leading to a large parking area, garage and workshop along with two stables and a paddock.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, formal sitting room, open plan living/dining room, kitchen, office/study, utility, porch, downstairs WC, three double bedrooms, 1 en-suite and 1 family bathroom.
This property has many Wow! factors including the balcony off the Master Bedroom which overlooks a mature forest, with rustling leaves, a babbling brook in the distance and the ever changing colours of the seasons - the perfect place to relax after a long day. The wrought Iron work throughout the property internally and externally add to all this property already has to offer. The kitchen is a German "pro-norma" kitchen and has recently had some new appliances fitted. The accommodation is very versatile and there may be scope to create accommodation for an elderly relative with minimal work on the ground floor but still retaining spacious family living areas if required.
The plot itself is around 1.5 acres which includes the long driveway and parking area, south facing garden, the paddock and stable areas. Ideal for those with horses, or looking to grow their own vegetables and keep chickens.
The property also benefits from oil central heating with underfloor heating on both levels and double glazing throughout. EPC Rating C.
Dating back as early as the 12th century and reputed to be the prettiest village in Scotland Ceres is built around an attractive village green and is host to the oldest annual games in Scotland, which celebrate the return of its menfolk from the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. Ceres remains one of Fife's most popular conservation villages and is home to the Fife Folk Museum. Local amenities include primary school, newsagent, mini market, antique shops and local pubs.
The market town of Cupar lies approximately 3 miles north and offers excellent shopping facilities, Elmwood College, Bell Baxter High School, the Adamson Hospital and a mainline railway station connecting to Edinburgh and Aberdeen. The ancient burgh of St Andrews has its famous university and its legendary golf links and remains as popular as ever. The town is approximately 9 miles east of Ceres and offers an excellent mix of both private and state schooling together with a wide range of leisure activities and shopping facilities. Ceres is ideally situated for commuting to Dundee, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Edinburgh.
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