Netherhill is situated on the edge of Aberdour, a picturesque conservation village nestled around two beaches and a natural harbour formed by the Dour Burn. Aberdour or River Mouth of the Dour has much to offer; there are the …
Netherhill is situated on the edge of Aberdour, a picturesque conservation village nestled around two beaches and a natural harbour formed by the Dour Burn. Aberdour or River Mouth of the Dour has much to offer; there are the two beaches, one a European Union Blue Flag Award winner, beautiful coastal walks, Aberdour castle built in the 13th Century, Saint Fillans the 12th century village church, a highly regarded primary school, a bank, a prize winning floral railway station, hotels, bed and breakfasts, convenience stores, restaurants and gift shops as well as the Aberdour Golf Club, Aberdour Boat Club, Bowling and Tennis Club and other village amenities. There are a number of social clubs in the village: sailing, golf, tennis, drama, dance and poetry to name but a few. It is a thriving community with an annual calendar of events, including The Aberdour Festival Week, Donkey Brae Run, Sailing Regatta and the Aberdour Flower Show.
The property is within close proximity of 2 railway stations, Aberdour, about 1 mile (free parking) and Inverkeithing about 4 miles. Ferrytoll Park and Ride, (about 5 miles and free parking) has connections to Edinburgh Airport, Edinburgh, Kinross, Perth and the Highlands. Edinburgh International Airport lies 16 miles distant from the property.
Netherhill is a handsome house which dates from round 1906 and is constructed of white painted rendered walls under a series of pitched slated roofs. The house is set back from Inverkeithing Road and approached by an impressive entrance, which leads to beautifully landscaped grounds with generous parking areas surrounding the house. The house has a handsome south facing façade with two protruding bays and a logia looking out over a garden terrace.
Internally the accommodation has been significantly upgraded and improved by the current owners and includes many fine original features, including a working internal staff bell system. The accommodation is beautifully proportioned and offers accommodation over three levels extending to about 289 sqm (3,034 sqft) and it is ideal for entertaining and modern family living.
A central hallway leads off to two spacious reception rooms, a study and a generous kitchen/breakfast room, which has glazed doors leading off to a garden room. The kitchen/breakfast room has a good range of fitted floor and wall units with integrated appliances. A further door leads off the kitchen/breakfast room to a utility with doors off to a walk in larder, shower room and boot room, which has a dog shower and fitted cupboards.
The principal bedroom accommodation is situated on the first floor and comprises three spacious bedrooms served by a family bathroom and a lovely shower room. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor served by a shower room.
Generous parking areas lie at the front and east side of the house and a tarmac drive leads down to two garages to the west. To the rear is a lovely enclosed garden with terraces and far reaching views out over the surrounding countryside. To the rear of the garage is a log store as well as garden shed.
From the direction of Edinburgh and after crossing the Forth Road Bridge exit at Junction 1 of the M90 onto the A921 signposted for Dalgety Bay. Netherhill is siuated on the left handside at the approach to Aberdour and is number 2 on Inverkeithing Road.
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Netherhill has been assessed for council tax purposes by Fife Council in Council Tax band G.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
The fitted carpets and curtains are included in the sale. The fridge/freezer in the kitchen and the solid wood tables and benches on the garden terrace are also included. No items are included unless specifically mentioned in these particulars. The light pendant in the dining room is excluded.
The Energy Efficiency Rating is D.