19 John Street, Anstruther KY10 3BA

Offers Over £325,000
  • House
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions


Charming traditional fisherman’s cottage. Stunning Sea Views. South facing garden with an original bottle well. Gate leading directly to the shore.

This lovely home has adaptable accommodation on three main levels with a garden level which could be further developed.

The entrance vestibule complete with mosaic floor tiles leads to the hall, dining kitchen, lounge and a most useful WC. The archetypal curved staircase leads up to the first floor. The comfortable sitting room has its period fireplace and could be used as a bedroom if needed, the main bedroom benefits from wonderful elevated sea views toward Bass Rock and Berwick Law. The modern bathroom with attractive tiling, shower over bath, wash hand basin and WC completes the first floor. The top floor has a further bedroom with spectacular views enjoyed from the bow window. A studio room with velux window is a spacious room and could be used for a variety of things depending on the purchasers needs. The lower garden level has a large utility room with running water and a door out to the garden. A cellar room providing useful storage, still has a chute used for fuel which still opens to the street. The house was renovated by the current owners around 25 years ago works included wiring, damp and timber treatments and gas central heating.

The lovely south facing garden has a patio area, traditional outhouse used as a potting shed and garden store. The planting is a lovely mix of shrubs, spring flowering bulbs and herbaceous perennials providing year round interest. The original bottle well thought to be one of the last remaining in the area has been recorded by a historian. It is covered with a large stone to be safe. At the end of the garden a gate leads out directly to the shore and supplies a further lovely view of the sea. EPC Rating – D.

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.

Living Room

Dining Kitchen

Utility Room


Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2/Family Room

Bedroom 3





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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.

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