- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Receptions
Thorntons are delighted to bring to the market Gilliesfaulds House. An impressive semi-detached, traditional stone built villa dating to the 18th Century, this delightful home has been sympathetically renovated and improved to facilitate modern family living while retaining impressive original features.
Attractive original features of Gilliesfaulds include tile flooring to the entrance vestibule, plaster cornicing and timber panelled doors throughout, exposed wooden floors to the lounge and sitting rooms and an elegant curved wooden staircase complete with sweeping wooden handrail.
The spacious and versatile ground floor layout provides an elegant entrance vestibule, generous entrance hall, large main lounge, family sitting room, rear vestibule and kitchen complete with walk-in larder. Upper floor accommodation comprises three bright and spacious bedrooms, large family bathroom and separate generous family shower room.
The charming, welcoming entrance vestibule with original tile flooring, cornicing and half glazed timber panelled inner door leads to a spacious, bright L shaped hall providing access to the ground floor rooms and curved feature staircase accessing the upper floor. The large, bright Lounge provides a comfortable, elegant living space complete with a double aspect offering views over the main garden and the benefit of sunlight throughout the day. Room features include timber flooring, skirting and panelled door, cornicing and an open fireplace. The spacious sitting room overlooks the main garden and features timber flooring, skirting and panelled door with plaster cornicing and a traditional open fireplace.
Newly renovated and fully modernised the kitchen incorporates all the features necessary to satisfy the needs of a modern family. Fitted with a fully integrated electric hob and oven with feature extractor unit, built in fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Ample storage units are provided and supplemented by a traditional fully shelved walk-in Larder. An elegant curved timber staircase, with wrought iron balusters and sweeping hardwood handrail provides access to the generous upper landing which benefits from a large feature window providing natural light to both the ground floor entrance hall and upper floor landing. The Master Bedroom is a very bright, generously proportioned twin aspect room overlooking the front garden and benefitting from evening light. The traditional storage press, original timber panelled doors, window linings and plaster cornicing have been retained. Two further double bedrooms offer spacious, bright and comfortable accommodation with uninterrupted private views over the beautiful garden. These rooms also retain their original traditional features. The modern and fully equipped family bathroom and separate large shower room are accessed off the landing. The shower room is complete with large white shower enclosure, wc and whb. The spacious family bathroom is fitted with white bath, wc and whb.
This lovely, traditional stone-built family home, situated within a generously sized plot, benefits from private and secluded mature garden grounds providing spectacular habitat for birds and wildlife. A gravelled access drive and parking area to the northern side of the house provides space for several vehicles. EPC Rating – E.
There is an option to purchase additional adjoining land if so desired.
Thorntons is a trading name of Thorntons LLP. Note: While Thorntons make every effort to ensure that all particulars are correct, no guarantee is given and any potential purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of all information. Floor plans or maps reproduced within this schedule are not to scale, and are designed to be indicative only of the layout and lcoation of the property advertised.
Cupar is the former county and market town of North East Fife. It offers a wide range of shops and services, secondary schooling at Bell Baxter, and a broad range of both traditional and modern housing. A short distance south of Cupar is the historic village of Ceres, home of the Fife Folk Museum.