Gairlands is situated in a picturesque location on the edge of Kinghorn, a charming coastal village with some shops and local services as well as a train station on the main East Coast Line with regular connections to Edinburgh …
Gairlands is situated in a picturesque location on the edge of Kinghorn, a charming coastal village with some shops and local services as well as a train station on the main East Coast Line with regular connections to Edinburgh (approximately 40 mins by
car). A wider offering of amenities is available in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline, which are both close by, with St Andrews, Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh all within comfortable driving distance. From Kinghorn there is easy access to the lovely quaint village of Aberdour, whilst the glorious countryside and coastline in the area comprises a lovely mix of rolling hills, woods, farmland, river and beaches offering considerable scope for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, riding, cycling, sailing, shooting and fishing all readily available along with an abundance of wildlife. Accessibility is excellent with the centre of Edinburgh only 23 miles distant by road. Primary and secondary schooling is available locally with independent schooling available at nearby Dollar, Perth and Edinburgh.
Gairlands is an impressive detached Victorian villa largely constructed of stone under a series of pitched slate roofs with crow step gables. Gairlands successfully blends a traditional house with all the comforts expected for modern day living. Many of the original features have been retained and the house has been beautifully improved and well maintained over the years. One of the more recent improvements to the house is the creation of the open plan kitchen/breakfast room which has been finished to the highest standard and opens into a lovely conservatory. In addition the upstairs bathroom has been beautifully upgraded and benefits from under floor heating, porcelain tiles, roll-top bath and separate large walk-in shower. The house benefits from double glazed windows throughout.
Ground floor: Porch, hall, dining room, sitting room, study/bedroom 5. Open-plan kitchen/breakfast room with a conservatory off, utility room, WC.
First floor: Four bedrooms one en suite and large family bathroom.
Loft Room: 40 ft of Useful space with potential for other uses currently approached by Ramsay ladder with 3 Velux Windows.
Gairlands is situated in spacious grounds and approach from Kilcruik Road by a tarmac entrance drive, which leads through the established grounds to generous parking areas in front of the house. To the side of the house is a spacious garage approached by an automatic roller door.
The front garden is largely laid to lawn and surrounded by mature trees including a Monkey Puzzle and benefits from security lighting as well as a lovely granite water feature. The rear garden has a lovely terrace connecting to the conservatory as well as sheltered lower terraces ideal for outdoor entertaining and alfresco dining. The rear garden benefits from a greenhouse (with a vine), a stone potting shed and a summer house as well as a useful garden store.