Quietly positioned on the eastern edge of the popular village of Newton of Falkland, Park House enjoys outstanding easterly views over the surrounding fields and countryside. The property is just a short drive from the conservation village of Falkland …
Quietly positioned on the eastern edge of the popular village of Newton of Falkland, Park House enjoys outstanding easterly views over the surrounding fields and countryside. The property is just a short drive from the conservation village of Falkland where the ancient Falkland Palace is a popular tourist attraction managed by the National Trust for Scotland. Local shops and services are available in Falkland and there is also a primary school as well as a post office and a number of hotels and pubs. Impressively positioned in the lea of the Lomond Hills, the village of Newton of Falkland offers easy access to all amenities and facilities in Cupar, Dundee, St. Andrews and Glenrothes. There is also rapid access to Edinburgh and Perth by road and rail. The Falkland area is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside with a lovely mix of farmland, coastline, hill and river.
Outdoor enthusiasts are well catered for with walking, riding, cycling, sailing and of course golf all readily available. The area is home to an array of wildlife with the wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills offering considerable scope. There are numerous highly rated golf courses in the area including the renowned Old Course at St. Andrews which regularly hosts the British Open – the next visit being scheduled for 2021 for the 150th anniversary. Ladybank, Lundin Links, Crail, Elie and Leven are also close by. There are good sandy beaches at Elie, St. Andrews, Tentsmuir and Kingsbarns with the pretty fishing villages of Fife’s East Neuk a short drive to the south-east. State schooling is available locally with independent schooling being provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews and the High School of Dundee. There are
railway stations in Cupar, Markinch, Ladybank and Kirkcaldy with Edinburgh airport about a forty-five minute drive from the property.
Park House offers attractive and deceptively spacious accommodation set out over one level. Externally the house is of a part harled / part facing stone exterior under a tile roof. At the heart of the house is a well-proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with generously proportioned Mozolowski & Murray conservatory to the rear. Facing east, the main sitting room catches the morning sun and enjoys some far reaching views over the surrounding
countryside. The dining room/bedroom 4 is to the rear of the house. The main bedroom benefits from dressing room and en-suite bathroom with two further double bedrooms, family bathroom, hall and porch completing the accommodation. Park House benefits from mains gas central heating and is fully double glazed. There is an extensive attic which it is believed may have scope for conversion subject to all relevant consents and permissions being obtained.
Porch, hall, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, dining room / bedroom 4, principal bedroom with dressing room and bathroom, two further bedrooms, bathroom, attic.
Timber stable block with scope for three stables and tack room.
Adjacent to the house is a good flat grazing paddock extending to approximately 1.8 acres.
Park House stands in an attractive garden with areas of lawn and a mix of plants, trees and shrubs. There is a spring fed stream running along the western boundary of the garden.