Converted in 2002, Knockairdie is a substantial and unique family home, quietly positioned in a delightful semi-rural setting, a short distance to the north of Inverkeithing. From Knockairdie there is easy access into Dalgety Bay, Inverkeithing and Dunfermline which, …
Converted in 2002, Knockairdie is a substantial and unique family home, quietly positioned in a delightful semi-rural setting, a short distance to the north of Inverkeithing. From Knockairdie there is easy access into Dalgety Bay, Inverkeithing and Dunfermline which, between them, offer an excellent range of services and amenities. Perfect for the commuter, with Edinburgh approximately ten miles to the south, the house is easily accessed by the motorway network as well as Dalgety Bay, Aberdour and Inverkeithing railway stations. Access to Edinburgh airport is straight forward, whilst Glasgow airport is about a one hour drive. Also close by is Inverkeithing park and ride which is connected to Edinburgh airport, Edinburgh, Kinross, Perth and the Highlands. State schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at a number of Edinburgh schools.
Knockairdie is a beautifully presented family home in a lovely quiet semi-rural location. The house is of a most attractive stone exterior under a slate roof, with the deceptively spacious and flexible accommodation being laid out over two levels with superb double height kitchen/dining room with charming hay loft. The house is accessed via a delightful enclosed walled garden and vestibule into the wonderfully spacious entrance hall. At the heart of the house, the stunning David Douglas kitchen/dining room offers superb living space, with a short flight of steps leading from the hall to the lovely sitting room with wood-burning stove and further steps leading on to the study/gym. Off the entrance hall there is a family room, which could be used as a formal dinning room/further bedroom. A long corridor provides access to the superb principal bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms, family bathroom and laundry/utility room. Upstairs is a further double bedroom with en-suite facilities and snug/study area with charming "hayloft" window to the kitchen.
There is a delightful south facing walled garden to the front of the house with larger area of garden ground to the rear. There is parking for several vehicles.
Electricity Mains (with PV panelling)
Central heating & hot water oil and solar PV
Knockairdie is classified as Band F for Council Tax purposes.
Dales Steading stands on the B981 which runs north off the A921 from Inverkeithing. The access to the development is on the right just past Dales Farmhouse.
The EPC rating is D.