Annfield Woodside is an outstanding country property, quietly positioned in a wonderful elevated setting on Kettle Hill, with magnificent far reaching views over the surrounding fields and countryside of the Howe of Fife and beyond. A good range of …
Annfield Woodside is an outstanding country property, quietly positioned in a wonderful elevated setting on Kettle Hill, with magnificent far reaching views over the surrounding fields and countryside of the Howe of Fife and beyond. A good range of local services and amenities are available in nearby Kingskettle, Ladybank and Freuchie with Cupar a short distance to the east offering supermarkets and other facilities.
A few miles further to the east is St. Andrews, the ancient and historic cosmopolitan university town
renowned worldwide as the “Home of Golf” with its excellent range of specialist shops and facilities.
The thriving city of Dundee is about a thirty minute drive to the north with Edinburgh also well within
comfortable commuting distance. Surrounding Annfield Woodside is some particularly fine countryside with a lovely mix of farmland,
woodland, hill and river. The result is home to an array of wildlife and also provides an excellent choice for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, cycling and riding all readily available. There are many highly regarded golf courses in the area including the Championship Course at Carnoustie and the Old Course at St. Andrews. The nearby course at Ladybank is also very highly rated. The wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills and the pretty fishing villages of Fife’s quaint East Neuk are just a short drive from the property. There are sandy beaches at St. Andrews, Tentsmuir, Kingsbarns, Crail and Elie along with a number of popular National Trust for Scotland properties including Hill of Tarvit, Kellie Castle and Falkland Palace. State schooling is available locally with independent schooling being provided at the High School of Dundee and St. Leonards in St. Andrews. There are railway stations in Ladybank, Leuchars, Cupar and Markinch with Edinburgh airport about a forty five minute drive to the south.
Constructed in 1900 as the Forester’s Cottage for Annfield Estate, Annfield Woodside is a charming
extended detached property standing in approximately nine acres overall and with fine views over the Howe of Fife. With lovely well-presented flexible family accommodation there are three reception rooms and four bedrooms, one of which benefits from en-suite facilities. Comfortable and immaculately presented, the accommodation is also deceptively spacious and benefits from a host of attractive features such as lovely woodwork throughout and also groundsource heating. There is an open fire in the sitting room with sliding glazed doors offering direct access to the garden.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Annfield Woodside stands in generous attractive gardens and grounds mostly laid to lawn with a lovely mix of plants and shrubs as well as a number of specimen trees. The house is approached by a chipped driveway with parking for several vehicles. There is an enclosed vegetable garden and greenhouse.
Adjacent to the house is approximately 8 acres of good grazing.
Timber stable block
There is a timber stable block with three boxes and separate tack room.
Timber Garage Block
Substantial timber garage block with space for several vehicles (9m x 9m).
Timber single garage
There is a single timber garage close to the house.
Follow the A914 south-west from Cupar passing through Pitlessie and Balmalcolm. Before entering
Kettlebridge turn left at the signs for Kettlehill and follow the road up the hill. Annfield Woodside is then on the left-hand side after approximately half a mile.