Old Station House
Old Station House is a most attractive and substantial semi-detached property delightfully positioned in a convenient location in the sought after village of Kingskettle in the Howe of Fife, a short distance to the south-east of Cupar. The village and its adjoining village of Kettlebridge provide a good selection of local services and amenities including a post office, shop, primary school, church and play area with a wider and comprehensive offering in the nearby city of Glenrothes and the bustling county market town of Cupar.
Kingskettle's superb central location offers straight forward access to all parts of Fife and beyond. The ancient and historic university town of St. Andrews, with its famous golfing connections, is no more than twenty five minutes to the east. The cities of Dundee and Perth are about thirty minutes to the north, with Edinburgh about forty five minutes to the south.
Home to an array of wildlife, the outstandingly beautiful and picturesque rolling countryside that surrounds Kingskettle comprises an enchanting mix of hill, river, woodland, farmland and coast line making the area ideally suited for the outdoor enthusiast. Cycling, riding, walking and sailing are all available in the surrounding area. Fife is particularly renowned for golf with many prestigious courses nearby including the Old Course at St. Andrews. Ladybank golf course is highly rated and regularly hosts final qualifying for the Open Championship. Shooting and fishing may be taken locally. For day trips there are several well known National Trust for Scotland properties in the vicinity including Falkland Palace, Hill of Tarvit and Kellie Castle. There are excellent sandy beaches at Tentsmuir, St. Andrews and Elie. The wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills regional park are within easy striking distance. Going slightly further afield, the hills of highland Perthshire and Angus are less than a one hour drive from Mill House.
Good state schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews, the High School of Dundee and several schools in and around the Perth area. Ladybank railway station provides both commuter and mainline services to Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Perth/Inverness. Edinburgh airport is about forty five minutes to the south, whilst the busy regional airport of Dundee offers a good range of short haul flights.
Constructed about 130 years ago Old Station House offers generous well-proportioned accommodation over two levels extending to about 120 sq. metres and is ideal for modern family living. The house has just been refurbished by the current owner to create a comfortable home full of charm and character. The upgrade includes a new boiler, rewiring (with electrical certificate), new carpets and general redecoration. The house is approached by a sizable entrance hall at the heart of the house, which has a curved stone staircase leading up to the first floor as well as doors off to a sitting room, downstairs bathroom and kitchen/dining room. The sitting room has generous proportions with a large window and the kitchen is well appointed and offers a good range of recently installed floor and wall units. Adjoining the kitchen is a light and spacious sun room with a door leading out to a lovely back terrace/parking area. The bedroom accommodation on the first floor offers three bedrooms served by a newly fitted shower room.
Station House is situation on the corner of Station Road and Bankton Park and adjoins The Station Inn.
For Satnav purposes the postcode is KY15 7PY
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
The Fitted carpets and white goods are included in the sale. No items are included unless specifically mentioned in these particulars.
For Council Tax Purposes Old Station House has been assessed as Band C by Fife Council.
EPC rating is D.
By appointment with the Selling Agents.