Property Round-Up: February Finds
A home in a former linen works, a charming former coach house (both in Fife) and a cottage on a mixed farm in rural Perthshire are all new to the market this week…
Found in Freuchie
New to the market this week is a fine family home in the Fife village of Freuchie. 7 Walter Lumsden Court is within an impressive B-listed building which was formerly Eden Valley Linen Works. Built around 1864, and in use around the time of the Second World War, it more recently was used as a mushroom factory before being converted to homes about eight years ago. Deceptively spacious, 7 Walter Lumsden Court consists of a family room and a high-ceilinged kitchen/dining room on the ground floor, two bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor, while the master bedroom with en-suite, a further bedroom and a sitting room are located on the second floor.
Character in Colinsburgh
Also new to the market in Fife is Craigdene, a former coach house at the heart of the thriving village of Colinsburgh. It’s certainly a home full of charm and character from the flag stone flooring in the hall to the ornate decorative cornicing in the drawing room and its winding stone staircase. The master bedroom is to be found on the second floor with views over the rooftops to the Firth of Forth, with East Lothian visible on a clear day.
Cottage in the Carse
To rural Perthshire now and a traditional farm cottage. The two-bedroom Carse of Trowan Cottage is stone built with a brick extension and has an attractive garden and approximately ten acres of grazing land. Carse of Trowan Cottage is one lot of the sale of Carse of Trowan Farm, a mixed farm on the banks of the River Earn and about five miles west of Crieff.
Peace ‘n’ Quiet
Our final pick this week takes us to a private and tranquil location by Martnaham Loch. A fabulous country house just ten minutes drive from the centre of Ayr, Cloncaird is a five bedroom home with beautifully landscaped gardens, a pody paddock and three loose boxes. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the sweeping countryside views…