Set at the end of a tranquil no-through road, on the fringes of the idyllic village of Strathmiglo, this traditional detached cottage promises a delightful semi-rural home. Boasting characterful accommodation arranged over two floors, the two-bedroom property offers two reception rooms, a dining kitchen, a sunroom, and a conservatory. Generous gardens are well-stocked and mature, whilst an attached double garage and a gravelled driveway provide ample private parking.
Framed by a charming sun porch, the cottage's front door opens into a bright welcoming entrance hall.
To the left of the hall, extended by a front-facing box window and opening, via glazed sliding doors, onto the rear garden, a living room enjoys a generous sweep of floorspace and an abundance of dual-aspect light. This homely reception space is enhanced by traditional decor, richly-toned wood- styled flooring (Amtico), and a rustic stone fireplace. Across the hall, a family room features a traditional fireplace and offers an additional cosy setting for everyday living and relaxation. Leading off here, a kitchen, with built-in storage, boasts further luxury flooring and a range of classic white cabinetry, providing plenty of workspace and equipped with an integrated gas hob and a concealed extractor fan, as well as a freestanding fridge. A seated dining area is perfect for family meals and entertaining, and the kitchen flows into a sunroom, providing additional versatile living space, which extends onto the rear garden, as well as access to a handy WC.
Upstairs, a naturally-lit landing leads to the home's two double bedrooms. Each bedroom is generously proportioned and accompanied by both built-in wardrobes and basins set into storage, as well as shower enclosures. A spacious three-piece bathroom features a deluxe corner bath, with Victorian-style taps and a shower attachment, a pedestal sink, and a WC. Gas central heating and double glazing are found throughout.
Externally, the home's extensive enclosed rear garden features sweeping lawns, tranquil seating areas, established shrubs and trees, a greenhouse and garden shed storage. Accessed from the garden, a large conservatory provides a further delightful living space. Flanked by manicured plant beds, a gravelled driveway provides private parking and leads to an attached double garage.
Extras: Included in the sale are all fitted floor coverings, window coverings, light fittings, integrated kitchen appliances, and the washing machine.
Set in the heart of the rolling Fife countryside, the tranquil village of Strathmiglo offers the best of both worlds; an idyllic rural setting within easy reach of a wealth of local amenities and excellent commuter transport links. Whilst the village caters for every day needs with a good range of amenities, including convenience shopping, a health centre, and a primary school, the nearby bustling market town of Cupar offers a wealth of independent retailers, supermarkets, pubs and restaurants, as well as excellent indoor and outdoor leisure facilities. Boasting great natural beauty and home to a wonderful range of wildlife, the picturesque surrounding countryside offers excellent choices for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, cycling, riding and sailing all readily available, whilst a number of notable golf courses are also found area. In addition to Strathmiglo's own primary school, further options are available in nearby Cupar, supplemented by the highly-regarded Bell Baxter High School. A number of independent schools, including Kilgraston, Glenamlond, and Strathallan are all within driving distance. The village enjoys excellent commuter transport links, with the M90 motorway offering swift access to major cities, including Perth, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, whilst Cupar train station provides a regular mainline service between Aberdeen and the south. Dundee Airport offers regular flights to London, with international flights available from Edinburgh, just an hours' drive away. EPC E