Baldinnie House is an exceptional contemporary property, standing in an attractive semi-rural setting between Ceres and Peat Inn in Fife. Enjoying some excellent views to the Grampian mountains, the property is very well placed for accessing St. Andrews, Cupar and the East Neuk. In terms of local amenities, Peat Inn is home to one of Fife's finest restaurants whilst the village of Ceres also offers a good range of shops, cafes and such like. The ancient and historic university town of St. Andrews is less than a fifteen minute drive to the north-east. Renowned world-wide as the home of golf, the town offers a fine cosmopolitan mix of shops, restaurants, pubs and the like whilst a sort distance to the north-west of Baldinnie lies Cupar, the bustling local market/county town, also with a very good offering of facilities. The city of Dundee is approximately thirty-five minutes to the north with Perth less than forty-five minutes to the north-west. Edinburgh is less than one hour away by road to the south.
The glorious rolling Fife countryside that surrounds Baldinnie is home to an array of wildlife and for the outdoor enthusiast offers ready access to a wide range of recreational activities including walking, riding, cycling and golf. There are many highly rated courses within easy reach including a plethora of top courses in and around St. Andrews including the Old Course which regularly hosts the British Open. Challenging fishing and shooting may be taken locally with the wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills and several lovely beaches including St. Andrews, Tentsmuir, Kingsbarns and Elie all also well within range. In terms of day trips there are a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties in the area including Falkland Palace, Hill of Tarvit and Kellie Castle while the pretty fishing villages of Fife's quaint East Neuk are just a short drive to the south.
Good state schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews along with the High School of Dundee. There are railway stations in Leuchars, Cupar, Ladybank and Markinch with Edinburgh airport just over forty five minutes to the south. The busy regional airport of Dundee also offers a good range of short-haul flights.
Completed in 2013, Baldinnie House is an outstanding contemporary country property, immaculately presented and offering exceptional spacious quality accommodation of a very high standard in an attractive setting. The house offers generous flexible accommodation over two levels centred around the impressive main hallway with galleried landing above, off which is the truly stunning open plan kitchen/dining room/sitting room, and separate family room. A corridor leads to two very good double bedrooms (both with en-suite facilities), and also providing access to the integral double garage. Completing the ground floor is the family shower room and utility room. A beautiful oak staircase leads to the first floor with the impressive galleried landing providing access to the generously proportioned master bedroom with Juliette balcony, dressing area and en-suite bathroom, along with a further double bedroom, again with en-suite facilities. The house has a lovely feel throughout with the high-quality finish and spaciousness of the property being of particular note. The main open plan kitchen/dining room/sitting room is particularly impressive with the beautiful oak kitchen benefitting from an Aga MasterChef with gas hob and four electric ovens. Centrally within the room is a superb Rocal fireplace, with two sets of glazed doors to the garden, one to the terrace at the side of the house and another to the deck to the rear. The separate family room benefits from a stove whilst there is oak flooring and doors throughout much of the property. Multiple Velux windows flood the main hall with light and similarly in the main reception room. There is a fire alarm as well as cat 5 wiring throughout.
The property stands in a charming extensive garden, essentially laid to grass. There is a lovely terraced seating area to the west of the house along with an extensive deck to the north. The gravelled drive offers parking for several vehicles.
Integral double garage
Timber shed and log store
Baldinnie House is classified as Band G for Council Tax purposes.
Baldinnie House is on the B940 which runs between Pitscottie and Peat Inn. From Pitscottie follow the B940 up the hill passing North Callange and continue on into Baldinnie. Baldinnie House is on the left-hand side marked by an orange CKD Galbraith for sale board.
Certain light fittings are excluded from the sale. Baldinnie House is being sold with the benefit of an Architect's Certificate.