The Granary forms part of a very high quality small development of four executive houses at Kinloch Stables, which lies in a highly secluded position surrounded by beautiful open countryside to the north of the village of Ladybank in …
The Granary forms part of a very high quality small development of four executive houses at Kinloch Stables, which lies in a highly secluded position surrounded by beautiful open countryside to the north of the village of Ladybank in central Fife. With fine panoramic southerly views to the Lomond Hills, the villages of Ladybank and Auchtermuchty provide a good range of local services and amenities with the Fife market town of Cupar offering a wider range of services just a ten minute drive to the east. In terms of city facilities both Perth and Dundee are within comfortable driving distance whilst the ancient and historic university town of St. Andrews is no more than a twenty minute drive to the east, with a cosmopolitan mix of shops, hotels and restaurants. From Kinloch there is rapid access to the main M90 motorway which provides access to Edinburgh, with Aberdeen and Glasgow also within comfortable driving distance.
The glorious rolling Fife countryside that surrounds Kinloch is home to an array of wildlife and, for the outdoor enthusiast, offers easy access to a wide range of recreational pursuits including riding, walking, cycling and golf, with many highly rated courses within easy reach including Ladybank, Leven, Lundin Links and the many renowned courses in and around St. Andrews. The Old Course at St. Andrews is regular host to the British Open. Challenging shooting and fishing may be taken locally whilst the hills of highland Perthshire and pretty Angus glens are temptingly accessible. In terms of days out the wide open spaces of the Lomond Hills are close at hand along with Fife’s interesting and varied coastline.
Good state schooling is available locally with private schooling being provided at St. Leonards in St. Andrews, The High School of Dundee and a number of highly rated schools in and around Perth including Craigclowan Preparatory, Glenalmond and Strathallan. There are main line railway stations in Ladybank, Cupar and Markinch with Edinburgh airport less than forty five minutes to the south. The busy regional airport at Dundee also offers a good range of short haul flights.
Completed in 2006, The Granary is an outstanding contemporary house finished to the highest of standards and of considerable scale and proportion, forming part of an exceptional small development of four executive houses by wellknown local developers Gradual Peak. Essentially constructed on the site of the former chauffeur’s house, garages and stables for the neighbouring Kinloch House mansion, the surroundings are both secluded and established, offering a tranquil rural lifestyle with all the advantages of a highly accessible location.
The Granary offers spacious and well-proportioned accommodation over two levels extending to about 297 sqm (3,196 sqft) and it is ideal for entertaining and modern family living. The house has been finished to an exceptionally high standard and is in good decorative order throughout and includes many high specification features including engineered oak flooring, oak doors and a bespoke fitted kitchen. Of special note is the first floor sitting room which has glazed doors opening out to the front garden.
GROUND FLOOR: Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Toilet, Utility and Access to Double Garage.
FIRST FLOOR: Lounge, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom, Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom, Three Further Bedrooms and Bathroom.
The Granary is approached by an entrance gate, which leads to a generous parking area and up to the double integral garage. A paved courtyard area leads up to the main entrance. The established gardens situated to the south side of the house are largely laid to lawn and interspersed with mature shrubs and make the most of the exceptional views out over the surrounding countryside with the Lomond Hills visible in the distance. Situated in the front garden is a doocot building, which is listed by Historic Scotland.
From Edinburgh follow the M90 north leaving the motorway at junction 8 and joining the A91 making for Auchtermuchty. Following the A91 through Auchtermuchty, turning right at the Trafalgar junction at Collessie on to the B937 signposted Giffordtown and Charlottetown. After approximately half a mile, turn right at the signs for Kinloch Farm. Follow the private road leading to Kinloch Farm and where the road forks take the right hand fork. Following the road round and The Granary is the second house on the right handside as you arrive at the steading.
From Cupar follow the A91 west. Go straight across the Melville Lodges roundabout making for Auchtermuchty. Turn left at the Collessie Trafalgar junction on to the B937 signposted Giffordtown and Charlottetown and the directions are then as above.
POST CODE KY15 7UT
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