- 4 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 2 Receptions
Handsome traditional property, thoughtfully renovated while retaining period features, blending modern comforts and character. This lovely end terraced home has flexible accommodation over three levels, with roof-top sea views from the uppermost floor, garden and summer house.
The front door leads to a vestibule featuring ornate mosaic floor tiles, and on to the entrance hall which has ample coat hooks and under stair cupboard. On the ground floor, the formal dining room benefits from a working fire and opens to the kitchen which has a contemporary feel and features composite material worktops, ample units, a gas hob, electric oven, and dishwasher. A deep walk in cupboard sits between the dining space and kitchen area. There is also a separate utility room, while access to the courtyard is through the main entrance hall. The timber staircase leads up past a mezzanine level WC to the first floor, where the sitting room has a multi-fuel burning stove and open press style cupboard. This floor contains the first double bedroom and a study complete with built in shelves and desk. The second floor has two more double bedrooms and the family bathroom. The front bedroom has views over the roof tops toward the Firth of Forth. The slate roof was replaced and insulation added in late 2014. The garden has a lower courtyard, with wash house featuring a double Belfast sink and an upper outhouse which could be used as a workshop or studio, or be further developed. The terraced south facing garden has steps leading up to the summerhouse where the magnificent sea views are best enjoyed. The garden is laid to grass with some flower beds.
Cellardyke, situated to the East of Anstruther, is one of the most historic and picturesque areas with typical pan tiled roofs and crow stepped gabled buildings. The harbour was once home to the thriving fishing industry and the name evolving from silver dykes referring to fish scales glinting. Local amenities include the handsome Town Hall, two pubs/restaurants, home bakery and a corner shop. The coastal walk is on the doorstep running east to Crail and west to Anstruther, Pittenweem, St Monans and Elie.
Study / Bed 4
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1 St Andrews Road
The East Neuk of Fife
Stretching from Lundin Links in the west to Boarhills in the east, this famous coastal strip is much loved by artists and photographers. The main coastal locations are Lundin Links, Lower Largo, Elie and Earlsferry, together with the fishing villages of Anstruther, Crail, Pittenweem and St Monans. Kingsbarns and Boarhills lie on the north east coast. The inland villages include Arncroach, Colinsburgh, Kilconquhar and Upper Largo.