Enjoying a simply breathtaking setting in rural Fife, yet just five minutes drive from Kirkcaldy, this spectacular steading conversion is the epitome of luxurious country living. Every inch of the palatial property has been restored and finished to an exacting standard using only the finest materials and craftsmanship, culminating in a...
Enjoying a simply breathtaking setting in rural Fife, yet just five minutes drive from Kirkcaldy, this spectacular steading conversion is the epitome of luxurious country living. Every inch of the palatial property has been restored and finished to an exacting standard using only the finest materials and craftsmanship, culminating in a truly unique home entirely befitting of its idyllic location.
Forming part of a stunning steading conversion next to the ruins of historic Balwearie Castle Tower, the property is approached along a single track through fields and woodland, followed by a private road leading to a private parking area. With its rough stone faade and traditional clay-tiled roof, the property oozes classic country charm, yet something else entirely awaits inside. The magnificent double-height hall is flooded with natural light from a vast skylight, and offers a tantalising first glimpse of the scenic views to the rear. On the left, the designer kitchen features a vast central island topped with a slab of grey granite, plus an array of coordinating gloss-white cabinetry. The kitchen is replete with a full range of professional-standard integrated appliances, and is supplemented with a practical utility room. Perfect for breakfast and weeknight supper, the relaxed dining area flows into the triple-aspect sunroom, which in turn opens out onto a charming patio. If the kitchen is the heart of the home, the rear-facing lounge must be its soul. Here a continuous wall of dual-aspect windows yields panoramic views of the unspoilt countryside as far as the eye can see. The sprawling ground floor also accommodates a vast, versatile TV room, which flows into the elegant dining room. Similar to the lounge, the room enjoys patio doors and stunning views of the surrounding landscape - promising a truly unique entertaining space all year round.
Continuing upstairs onto the sunny east-wing landing, the lavish master suite features twin Juliet balconies set into the gable-end, and arguably the best views in the house. The palatial master suite also incorporates a fully-fitted dressing room and an immaculate four-piece bathroom. The property boasts three further double bedrooms, all of which enjoy pristine en-suite shower rooms, outstanding proportions and tremendous natural light. The property benefits from an Oil fired central heating system and double glazing throughout.
The property enjoys access to a vast rear lawn from the lounge and the dining room, as well as a private patio and a partially covered decked seating area. To the front of the property are additional private gardens, as well as parking for several vehicles and a detached triple garage/workshop.
9.23 m X 4.32 m / 30'3" X 14'2"
5.84 m X 4.64 m / 19'2" X 15'3"
7.88 m X 4.53 m / 25'10" X 14'10"
8.13 m X 4.37 m / 26'8" X 14'4"
9.01 m X 4.52 m / 29'7" X 14'10"
2.76 m X 2.55 m / 9'1" X 8'4"
1.46 m X 1.19 m / 4'9" X 3'11"
9.48 m X 6.28 m / 31'1" X 20'7"
3.44 m X 1.08 m / 11'3" X 3'7"
3.44 m X 3.19 m / 11'3" X 10'6"
7.87 m X 4.52 m / 25'10" X 14'10"
3.13 m X 2.05 m / 10'3" X 6'9"
6.85 m X 3.19 m / 22'6" X 10'6"
2.82 m X 2.36 m / 9'3" X 7'9"
5.00 m X 3.28 m / 16'5" X 10'9"
2.50 m X 0.96 m / 8'2" X 3'2"
12.00 m X 8.00 m / 39'4" X 26'3"
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