Flat 5, Kirkmay House is a delightful property in a wonderful central location within the sought-after East Neuk conservation village of Crail. The village provides a very good range of shops, services and amenities and from Crail there is …
Flat 5, Kirkmay House is a delightful property in a wonderful central location within the sought-after East Neuk conservation village of Crail. The village provides a very good range of shops, services and amenities and from Crail there is easy access to the other villages of the East Neuk including Anstruther, Cellardyke and Elie. The ancient historic and cosmopolitan town of St. Andrews is about a twenty minute drive to the north and offers an excellent range of facilities along with the highly regarded university. St. Andrews is also known world-wide as “the Home of Golf”. About eighteen miles to the north-west is Cupar, Fife’s bustling county market town, which also provides a good range of services. Dundee is within a forty five minute drive to the north, with Edinburgh about an hour and twenty minutes to the south.
Fife’s beautiful and varied coastline includes several good sandy beaches such as Tentsmuir, Kingsbarns, Elie and St. Andrews. There are railway stations at Cupar, Ladybank, Markinch and Kirkcaldy with Edinburgh Airport less than an hour and twenty minutes to the south.
Flat 5, Kirkmay House is a spacious first floor apartment forming part of Kirkmay House a handsome Georgian house constructed of sandstone under a series of pitched slate roofs. The apartment is approached by a spacious communal stairwell and offers accommodation on one level extending to about 90 sqm (976 sqft). The apartment is full of charm and character with many of the original features being retained including the cornicing and lovely sash and case windows, which enjoy lovely southerly coastal views over neighbouring roof tops. There is a feature fireplace to the reception room with timber surround.
GROUND FLOOR: Shared entrance hall and stairs leading to upper flats.
FIRST FLOOR: Hall with storage cupboards, reception room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen and shower room.
Kirkmay House is approached from Marketgate North by an impressive entrance with sandstone gate piers, which leads into lovely communal gardens partially enclosed by stone walls.
To the south east of the house is a single garage (in a row of six) accessed by an up and over door.
The building and communal grounds are factored.