Abbey Farm Steading, Balmerino, Newport-on-Tay, Fife, DD6 8BQ

PCM £1,445

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  • Landlord Registration Number - 1176975/250/30012
  • Energy Performance Rating - EPC C (70)
  • Council Tax Band - F
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Balmerinach is part of a charming steading development constructed of stone under a series of pitched red pan tiled roofs.Internally the house offers comfortable accommodation over two level extending to about 126 sqm and is approached by an entrancehall with doors leading off to a bathroom sitting room and family kitchen with a glazed door leading out to a small south facing garden terrace. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms with the master having its own en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower.The living room is a bright and spacious reception room with windows on two sides, which includes a woodburning stove as well as a glazed door leading to a garden terrace to the south.There is a small open plan unfenced garden which raps around the property along with a large garden shed.Pets considered with additional months deposit.Unfurnished, Available from July.Rent £1,445 pcm Deposit £1,445GENERALBalmerinach sits in a lovely position on the edge of Balmerino with views over the River Tay and the Perthshire and Angus hills in the distance. The Fife Coastal Path leads through Balmerino, with the route situated just to the north of the property and leading down to the adjacent beach.The property is well positioned with access to Dundee, Cupar and St Andrews, with Perth, Aberdeen and Edinburgh also within comfortabledriving distance via the main M90 motorway network. Good local services are available in Gauldry, Wormit and Newport-on-Tay with all of Dundee’s facilities and amenities on hand across the River Tay. Cupar, Fife’s bustling county market town, lies 10 minutes drive to the south and offersan excellent range of shops and services, as well as a thriving monthly farmers market, whilst the ancient and historic town of St Andrews, globallyacclaimed as the home of golf, lies about 13 miles to the south east.There are several good state primary and secondary schools in the area, with independent schooling on hand at a number of highly rated schools, including St Leonard’s at St Andrews and The High School of Dundee. There are railway stations in Leuchars, Cupar and Dundee, whilst Edinburgh international airport lies approximately one hour to the south by road. The growing regional airport at Dundee offers an ever increasing number of short haul flights.DIRECTIONSFrom Dundee take the A92 over the Tay Bridge and continue on this road passing over the Forgan roundabout to the next roundabout (the FiveRoads roundabout). At this roundabout take the third exit signposted for Wormit and continue on this road for about two miles and then turn righttowards Wormit, then (just before entering Wormit) turn left following the signposts for Balmerino and Gauldry. Continue on this road for about 1 mileand then take the right fork in the road signposted for Balmerino. Continue on this minor road for just over one mile, passing through Bottomcraigand then take the second turning on the right for Balmerino and Balmerio Abbey. Balmerinach is situated on the right hand side just past the access road to Balmerino Abbey.