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Pitkinnie Cottage is a charming rural property offering high levels of amenity surrounded by tranquil rural countryside located five miles from Kirkcaldy. Auchtertool (1.5 miles) is a small village yet has a surprising amount of facilities including a ...
Pitkinnie Cottage is a charming rural property offering high levels of amenity surrounded by tranquil rural countryside located five miles from Kirkcaldy. Auchtertool (1.5 miles) is a small village yet has a surprising amount of facilities including a primary school, village hall which has a range of activities including playgroups, craft classes and dance classes, a Kirk and the Tiel Restaurant.
Nearby Kirkcaldy is a long established coastal town, which offers a greater selection of shops, commercial and leisure facilities, supermarkets, the Adam Smith Theatre, Museum and Art Gallery. Kirkcaldy is a thriving modern community with a history as one of Scotlands most ancient Burghs. For the commuter, excellent communications are provided by road, rail and air. Access to motorway systems is easily gained, as the cottage lies within a few miles drive of the A92 and the M90 and thereafter it is easy to access central Scotlands arterial road network. Kirkcaldy railway station provides an excellent commuter service to Edinburgh as well as stops on the Fife circle line to the north and south. Edinburgh Airport is approximately 21 miles (33km), offering an extensive range of domestic and international flights.
Pitkinnie Cottage is largely constructed of dressed sandstone under a pitched slate roof and offer accommodation on one level extending to about 78 sqm (840 sqft). The house is approached by a spacious sitting room with a log burning stove with a bedroom off. A corridor leads off to a bathroom, further bedroom and a kitchen/breakfast room with an archway leading through to a sun room/dining room.
Adjacent to the house is a spacious garage, which offers a double garage and two useful workshops.
The house is situated in a lovely enclosed garden with terraces and a raised deck area, from where there are lovely views of the surrounding countryside.
From Edinburgh take the A90 north over the Forth Road Bridge leaving the A90 at Junction 1 and taking and A921 east for Aberdour and Burntisland. Turn left on to the A921 and continue through Dalgety Bay and after about 1 mile turn left onto the B9157 signposted for Auchtertool. Continue in a north-easterly direction and after crossing the junction with the A909 turn left onto a minor road. Pitkinnie Cottage is situated on the right handside after about 1 mile.
The EPC rating of Pitkinnie Cottage is E.
Fife Council granted planning permission in June 2010 (09/02398/FULL) for the erection of a wind turbine on a site adjacent to Pitkinnie Farm. This planning permission was renewed in 2014.