Redwells Manse is a substantial former manse situated in a quiet edge of village situation with far reaching views, over the surrounding countryside. The property is approached from Kinglassie by a gravel track, known as Redwells Road, which continues …
Redwells Manse is a substantial former manse situated in a quiet edge of village situation with far reaching views, over the surrounding countryside. The property is approached from Kinglassie by a gravel track, known as Redwells Road, which continues up to a nearby farm. The village of Kinglassie has some local shops and services as well as a primary school. A wider range of amenities is available within a short driving distance in Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. Redwells Manse is well placed for access to Edinburgh, St. Andrews and Perth, all of which can be reached in a comfortable forty minute drive with Glasgow just over an hour away to the west.
Redwells Manse offers ready access to some glorious countryside which is home to an array of wildlife and, for the outdoor enthusiast, offers easy access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including walking, riding, cycling and golf, with many highly rated courses within easy reach along with the renowned Scottish Gliding Centre. Challenging fishing can be taken locally whilst in terms of days out there are a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties in the area including Falkland Palace. The pretty fishing villages of Fife’s quaint East Neuk are within a half hour drive to the east.
Excellent state schooling is available nearby, for which transport is provided, with private schooling being provided at Dollar Academy, and Kilgraston as well as the various schools in Edinburgh, which are only 26 miles distant. There are mainline railway stations in Kirkcaldy, Lochgelly and Glenrothes with Edinburgh airport approximately a forty-minute drive to the south. Park and Ride facilities are available in Kinross for access to Edinburgh, Perth and beyond.
Redwells Manse is a handsome former manse constructed of white painted rendered walls under a series of pitched slate roofs. Internally the property offer spacious and well proportioned accommodation over two levels extending to about 297 sqm (3,201sqft) and is ideal for entertaining and modern family living. The property is full of charm and character and many of the original features have been retained including the open fireplaces and cornicing. Of particular note is the double copula on the fist floor landing.
A broad hallway lies at the heart of the house, which leads off to a dining room, drawing room and living room, which all have open fireplaces. A shower room and family kitchen are also approached from the hallway and the kitchen benefits from a log burning stove and it has a utility room and walk in pantry off. To the rear of the house a back hall leads off to various stores as well as a sitting room and workshop. A unique feature of the house is the cellar with original wine stores.
The bedroom accommodation on the first floor comprises five spacious bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
Redwells Manse is approached from Redwells Road, which leads through a gateway into a generous gravel parking area in front of the house. The established gardens are largely laid to lawn and contained by stone walls. To the rear of the house is a lovely garden terrace, which enjoys a lovely view up countryside towards Blythe’s Tower to the north.
From Kinglassie turn into Redwells Road and continue up the track towards the edge of the village. Redwells Manse is the last house on the right and is numbered 2 on the road.
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FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
All light fixtures, curtains and fitted carpets are included in the sale. No items are included unless specifically mentioned in these particulars.
For Council Tax Purposes Redwells Manse has been assessed as Band F.
The Energy Efficiency Rating is E.