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Inan Park stands in a beautiful rural location to the north of the sought after Fife market town of Cupar and benefits from exceptional uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside with Normans Law and The Hopetoun Monument clearly visible ...
Inan Park stands in a beautiful rural location to the north of the sought after Fife market town of Cupar and benefits from exceptional uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside with Normans Law and The Hopetoun Monument clearly visible to the west. The property benefits from excellent accessibility to Cupar, Dundee and St Andrews, which between them provide a very good range of facilities and amenities with shops, restaurants and the like. Perth is around 20 miles to the west with Edinburgh around one hours drive to the south via the M90 motorway.
The lush rolling countryside around Inan Park offers ready access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including walking, riding, cycling and of course golf, with the nearby Old Course in St Andrews renowned world wide as the home of golf playing regular host to the Open Championship, along with several other very highly rated courses. Shooting and fishing may also be taken locally, whilst the superb coastline and beaches of Fife are also within easy reach. In terms of days out the pretty fishing villages of the East Neuk are not far away and there are several National Trust properties in the area including Kellie Castle and Falkland Palace.
Private schooling is available within comfortable daily driving distance at the High School of Dundee and St Leonards in St Andrews. There are main line railway stations at Dundee, Leuchars and Cupar with Edinburgh Airport less than an hour away. The busy regional airport at Dundee also offers a good range of short haul flights.
Inan Park is an exceptional lifestyle property, centred around an attractive detached bungalow dating from the mid 1990s, with a pretty and immaculately presented garden, generous yard area, excellent timber stable block, garage block and 3 good grazing paddocks. Lying in a very quiet and secluded setting, with just a handful of near neighbours there are wonderful views over the surrounding fields and hills from all parts of the property.
The house offers deceptively spacious and well-presented accommodation on one level extending to about 204 sqm (2,198 sqft) and has been redecorated throughout by the current owner to a very high level , with 3 well proportioned reception rooms, breakfasting kitchen (with an Aga Masterchef range), 4 bedrooms (2 of which are en suite) and a family bathroom. The main reception room benefits from a log burning stove set into a fireplace with a carved mantel above and a bay section enjoys an outstanding westerly view with glazed doors leading out to a patio area. The roof has also been overhauled with the soffits and guttering having recently been replaced. The property benefits from recently installed double glazed windows and benefits from Propane gas central heating.
Approximately 48ft x 15ft
An excellent purpose built timber Saltire stable block constructed approximately 14 years and currently comprising 2 loose boxes and a storage area, although the use of the space is entirely flexible with scope for a single large space or further additional loose boxes, subject to requirements. The stable block stands on a concrete pad and benefits from power, light and water as well as adjacent turn out areas.
Double Garage Block
Approximately 25ft x 19ft
An excellent detached purpose built garage block with 2 separate electric roller doors and workshop area. Of a harled block construction the garage benefits from power and light. Subject to all consents and permissions being obtained it may be that the garage block offers scope for conversion to a granny apartment or similar. To the side of the garage are a vegetable patch and a series of raised beds.
Chicken house and small stable
To the rear of the garage is a chicken house with run, along with small additional timber stable.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Accessed via an attractive driveway the immaculate gardens at Inan Park are a delight, with extensive lawned area and a lovely mix of mature plants, trees and shrubs, all enjoying a lovely open aspect over the surrounding countryside. With raised seating area to the front of the house and chipped parking area, the chipped driveway then sweeps round to a large enclosed yard area at the rear of the house, giving access to the stable block, garage block and paddocks.
To the north and west of the house are 3 good grazing paddocks.
Heating Propane Gas
Inan Park falls under Council Tax Band G
It should be noted that the first section of the drive to Inan Park is shared with a Right of Access being granted in favour of the owners of Inan Park over this initial section of driveway.
From the centre of Cupar follow the minor road north out past the hospital making for Rathillet. Continue on this road up past the Cairnie Fruit Farm and continue on before turning right at the signs for Kedlock Feus. Follow this road along for approximately 1 mile and the shared drive at Tor of Forret leading to Inan Park is on the left, marked by the orange CKD Galbraith for sale sign.
From Dundee follow the main A92 south passing through Kilmany before turning left at Rathillet and following the signs for Cupar. After approximately 1 mile, turn left at the sings for Kedlock Feus and the directions are as above.
Rollos, 65-67 Crossgate, Cupar, Fife, KY15
The fitted carpets, some curtains and all integral appliances are included in the sale.