The Dairy Court Development is situated in a lovely edge of village situation in Springfield in Central Fife and close to the bustling county market town of Cupar which offers an excellent range of local services, facilities and amenities …
The Dairy Court Development is situated in a lovely edge of village situation in Springfield in Central Fife and close to the bustling county market town of Cupar which offers an excellent range of local services, facilities and amenities. There is also good access to St. Andrews, the ancient and historic university town renowned world wide as the home of golf. A short drive to the north the resurgent city of Dundee, already the location for Scotts RSS Discovery and shortly to be the venue for the iconic V & A museum, provides a comprehensive offering of city services and shops. Perth lies about a half hour drive to the north-west with Edinburgh about one hour to the south.
Quietly positioned on the edge of Springfield and surrounded by some beautiful rolling countryside, with a lovely mix of farmland, coastline, hill and river, the area around The Dairy Court Development is an ideal setting for country pursuits with fishing, walking, cycling, horse riding (riding centre close by) and of course golf, all readily available. There are mainly highly rated courses in the area including the championship course at Carnoustie and The Old Course at St. Andrews, both of which regularly host the British Open. The wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills and the pretty fishing villages of Fifes East Neuk are within comfortable driving distance and in terms of days out, there are good sandy beaches at St. Andrews, Tentsmuir and Elie along with a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties, including Kellie Castle, Falkland Palace and Hill of Tarvit.
Good state schooling is available in the area with independent schooling being provided at the High School of Dundee and St. Leonards in St. Andrews. There are mainline railway stations in Cupar, Leuchars and Markinch with Edinburgh airport about one hour to the south. The regional airport at Dundee offers a good selection of short-haul flights.
Fife Council granted planning permission for the development in 2008 (ref 08/00869/EFULL) and once finished The Dairy Court will comprise eight semi-detached houses extending to about 99 sqm each. The development presents an opportunity for prospective purchasers to acquire a house off-plan or completed, depending on the timing of the purchase. Two of the houses were completed in 2008 and the next phase of the build is in the process of starting to allow the development to complete.
Developed and constructed by established local developer, Gradual Peak, the houses will be of a lovely white coloured wet dash rendered exterior with reconstituted sandstone quoins at corners under tiled roofs set around an attractive shared courtyard to the front, with generous private gardens to the rear. Internally the houses will offer comfortable accommodation over two levels and approached by side entrances opening into a central dining hall with a kitchen off and archway opening through to a bright and spacious lounge with glazed double doors opening to a lovely garden. Also situated off the dining hall will be a bedroom and family bathroom. The first floor accommodation will comprise two bedrooms, which will both have built in wardrobes and will be served by a shower room and walk in store. The houses will have shared courtyards to the front with private gardens to the rear.
The houses will benefit from gas central heating, double glazing and with floor tiles in the wet areas. The bathroom and shower room will benefit from white suites and chrome taps. The kitchens will be by Howden with various finishing possible depending on the timing. A specification sheet can be made available to potential purchasers by request to the selling agents.
Heating Mains Gas
The houses are still to be assessed for Council Tax purposes.
PLANS AND IMAGES
The CAD drawing of the development and plans provided in the sales brochure are for illustration purposes only.
The construction of the houses will be covered by an Architects certificate.
Hospital Mill can be accessed from either the north or the south. From the south the site is accessed through Cults Mill which is signposted from the A914 about three miles to the south-west of Cupar. Follow the track down through Cults Mill crossing the River Eden and following the track up the hill and round to the right. The development is then on the left-hand side. From the north the development is accessed from Springfield crossing the manually operated level crossing over the railway adjacent to the playing field. The development then lies approximately half a mile beyond the railway on the right-hand side.