- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 1 Receptions
Exciting development opportunity. Pleasantly located semi-detached bungalow within popular cul-de-sac close to local amenities, coastal path and picturesque harbour.
Front garden and gravel drive providing off-street parking and access to the single garage. The accommodation is accessed via the side door leading into the entrance hall with store cupboard, living room with picture window. This would have been a two bed house, a third bedroom has been formed by splitting one bedroom into two. The main bedroom has sliding doors to the patio and rear garden. The bathroom and kitchen complete the accommodation. The property does require upgrading allowing purchasers to put their own stamp and taste into the house. Central heating will need to be installed and various remedial works do require attention.
The rear garden is laid to gravel with shrubs.
The charming East Neuk fishing village of Pittenweem with its archetypal pan tiled rooftops and crow stepped gables is also home to the now famous Arts Festivals and has excellent local amenities including shops, village store, cafes, public houses, The Dory restaurant, galleries, school and Doctors’ surgery. The historic university town of St Andrews is 10 miles away.
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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.