Former Station Masters Cottage set amidst substantial garden grounds. Semi-rural location within short walking distance of the village.
This charming cottage is located just outside the unspoilt fishing village of Pittenweem, in the East Neuk of Fife. The village, with its archetypal pan tiled rooftops and crow stepped gables, is well known for its annual Arts Festivals and has excellent local amenities including shops, village store, cafes, public houses, the Dory restaurant, galleries, primary school and doctor's surgery, and lies about 10 miles south of the Home of Golf and historic University of St Andrews.
This rarely available south facing property is currently all on ground floor level however there is ample scope to develop the property if desired, subject to the normal planning authorities.
The sunny entrance porch leads to the hall and all other apartments. A large cloaks cupboard within the hall provides useful storage. The lounge has a free standing electric fire with an open chimney, ideal for converting to an open fire or wood burning stove. The impressive large conservatory leading off this room makes the most of the garden views and has doors to the back garden. The breakfasting kitchen has a side door to the garden. There are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property has electric storage heaters in most rooms. Whilst the accommodation would benefit from some general modernisation and re-decoration, this allows prospective purchasers to put their own stamp on the property.
The septic tank was renewed in 2008. The drive to the gates is shared with the neighbouring property. The large mature garden approximately one third of an acre, is stocked with fruit trees, shrubs and various herbaceous plants. EPC Rating: F.