Thorntons are delighted to bring to the market this rarely available, individually designed detached villa in this highly sought area of Cupar. The current owners have said that the privacy and views from the rear garden were the main selling point to them when they purchased the property some 30 years ago along with the spacious family...
Thorntons are delighted to bring to the market this rarely available, individually designed detached villa in this highly sought area of Cupar. The current owners have said that the privacy and views from the rear garden were the main selling point to them when they purchased the property some 30 years ago along with the spacious family accommodation. They have thoroughly enjoyed living in this home which has hosted many family parties and special occasions internally and externally. There are many benefits to this property including double glazing, gas central heating, sun pipes in the sitting room, 'Calum Walker' kitchen with Rangemaster stove and oak flooring on the ground floor.
Torridon, 34 Millbank, Cupar comes to the market in excellent condition with adaptable accommodation set out over three split levels with the ground floor comprising: entrance vestibule, family room, kitchen, dining room and shower room, along with direct access into the garage. A small set of stairs from the main hall gives access up to the magnificent sitting room with vaulted ceiling, feature fireplace with automatic gas fire and bi-fold doors that open up into the capacious conservatory which looks over the rear garden. Another small flight of stairs lead to a gallery hallway which looks down into the sitting room whilst giving access to the four double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Torridon is situated in a generous sized plot with a substantial driveway to the front leading to a double garage and providing off-street parking for a number of vehicles along with a well-manicured lawn with planted borders to the front.
The rear garden is fully enclosed with two areas of lawn, various patio areas and well stocked borders surrounding. The garden enjoys sun all day long and has glorious views to the fields and hills to the south of Cupar.
There may be some items of furniture available by separate negotiation.
For much of the past millennium Cupar was the county town of Fife and is still a remarkably bustling town that remains the natural centre of a large part of eastern Fife. Much of the bustle centres around the main shopping streets of Crossgate and Bonnygate which converge on the Unicorn surmounted Mercat Cross.
Cupar enjoys a wide range of amenities including good local shops, excellent sports facilities and two primary schools, secondary education being provided by the well known Bell Baxter High School. Elmwood College is internationally recognised as a Centre of Excellence in golf related studies and as specialists in providing land-based education as well as offering a range of other courses.
One of the main features of the town is the railway station which is on the East Coast Aberdeen to London line facilitating easy commuting to Edinburgh, Dundee and further afield. Due to its central location and regular bus services Cupar is also well placed for access to surrounding towns and villages. EPC-C.
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