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Standing in beautiful countryside to the north of the hamlet of Largoward, Annfield lies in a delightful yet highly accessible rural location a short distance to the south-west of St. Andrews. There are lovely open southerly aspects to the ...
Standing in beautiful countryside to the north of the hamlet of Largoward, Annfield lies in a delightful yet highly accessible rural location a short distance to the south-west of St. Andrews. There are lovely open southerly aspects to the Firth of Forth and Largoward has a primary school as well as a pub/restaurant. Good local services are available in Lower Largo with a wider offering on hand a short distance to the north in Fifes bustling and thriving country market town of Cupar. About a fifteen minute drive to the north east lies St. Andrews, the ancient and historic university town renowned world-wide as the home of golf with its excellent cosmopolitan mix of shops, services, facilities and amenities. The resurgent city of Dundee is well within commuting distance with Edinburgh about forty three miles to the south.
The area around Annfield comprises a stunning mix of farmland, coastline, hill and river, the result providing home to an array of wildlife and providing a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, riding, cycling, sailing and of course golf all readily available. There are many highly regarded courses in the area including Elie, Leven, Crail, Lundin Links and the many fine courses in and around St. Andrews where the Old Course regularly hosts the British Open, the next scheduled visit being the summer of 2015. The wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills offer considerable scope whilst in terms of days out there are good sandy beaches at St. Andrews, Elie and Tentsmuir. The pretty fishing villages of Fifes quaint East Neuk are just a short drive from the property and include Anstruther, Pittenweem and Crail whilst there are a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties in the area including Kellie Castle, Hill of Tarvit and Falkland Palace.
State schooling is available locally with independent schooling being provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews and the High School of Dundee. There are railway stations in Cupar, Leuchars and Kirkcaldy with Edinburgh airport about a forty-five minute drive to the south. The regional airport at Dundee offers a good selection of short haul flights.
Of an attractive painted harled exterior under red pantile roof, Annfield was completed in 2009 and comprises a super detached house of great character and charm, constructed to a high contemporary standard. Fully double glazed and benefitting from oil fired central heating the deceptively spacious accommodation is arranged over two floors with excellent kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room with wood burning stove, main double bedroom, utility room, wc and hall at ground floor level. Upstairs is an excellent further double bedroom along with outstanding family bathroom with super-sized Jacuzzi style bath and separate shower, and landing area. Bright contemporary and benefitting from an excellent southerly aspect the accommodation forms an exceptionally attractive home. Subject to individual requirements and all necessary planning permissions and consents being obtained it is believed that there may be scope to extend the house to create additional living space if required.
Annfield stands in a generous area of garden ground essentially laid to grass with raised bed vegetable garden, decked seating area and gravelled parking for several vehicles.
Stabling and equestrian facilities
Excellent Clydesdale stable block comprising two 12 x 12 boxes together with store/workshop.
Tack Room & Hay Store
Good Saltire building adjacent to stable block
There is a paddock adjacent to the house offering grazing of approximately 1.8 acres
Annfield is classified as Band D by Fife Council for Council Tax purposes.
From St. Andrews follow the A915 south-west making for Largoward. Once past Lathones take the next turning on the right-hand side on to the Kings Highway minor road and follow this along for a short distance where Annfield is then on the left-hand side. From Cupar follow the B940 south-east passing through Peat Inn and on to Largoward. Just as you enter Largoward take the first road on the left which is the Kings Highway and follow this along until you find Annfield on the right hand side.
The EPC rating is C
18 Crossgate, Cupar,
Tel: 01334 652285
Fax: 01334 656331
It is understood that planning permission has been granted for a wind turbine on a neighbouring property some distance away to the north and further information is available from the Fife Council planning department.
Viewing is by prior appointment only through the selling agents CKD Galbraith. The person who may accompany you however, may not be an employee of CKD Galbraith.