3 bedroom house for saleGeorge Street, Cellardyke, Anstruther, KY10
Offers Over £260,000
- Central Heating
famous harbour and it is within a short walk of all other amenities.
The house is believed to have been constructed around 1720 as a Sea Captainís residence. In recent years it has been totally modernised and upgraded to form a superb home but all the original charm and character
has been carefully retained. It boasts a host of lovely period features including fireplaces, plaster cornices, mosaic tiled vestibule, stained glass front door and much more.
The house benefits from gas fired central heating and is in truly superb decorative order. On the ground floor is the spacious living/dining room with fireplace and front facing window. This is open plan with the
luxurious recently fitted kitchen. Opening from this is the large utility room. Also on the ground floor is the vestibule and large hall. There is attractive solid wood flooring throughout these rooms.
A staircase rises past the w.c. compartment to first floor level, where the landing gives access to a large double bedroom and a beautiful lounge. There is a deep walk-in storage cupboard which could easily be
converted into a shower room. The lounge is a lovely bright room with a fireplace, original cornice and a laminate floor. Opening from the lounge is the study.
On the upper floor is a large landing currently used as a dressing area with a beautiful period fireplace of cast iron with inset tiles within a timber surround. The landing gives access to the bathroom and two double
bedrooms both with coombed ceilings and dormer windows. The front bedroom enjoys lovely sea views.
The bathroom has recently been totally refurbished to a high standard with a new suite, shower and extensive tiling.
A hatch gives access to a floored attic which, subject to the necessary permissions, could be converted to provide further accommodation.
To the rear of the property is a substantial two-storey outbuilding. This was originally constructed as a net loft and store for fishing gear. It has a traditional pan-tiled roof which has been recently overhauled. The
outbuilding could easily be converted for a wide variety of uses including residential accommodation, offices, gym etc. The building is separated from the main house by an attractive courtyard. There is a large
garden laid out in a series of grassed terraces. The garden enjoys wonderful panoramic sea views of the Firth of Forth, the Isle of May and East Lothian beyond. There is access from the garden to East Forth Street.
The area adjacent to East Forth Street used to accommodate a building and it may be possible to obtain planning permission to construct a garage, workshop or a house.
This is a stunning property in an absolutely superb location and an early viewing is recommended.
Dining Room 4.53M x 3.70M
Kitchen 3.16M x 4.47M
Utility 5.19M x 1.82M
Bedroom 1 4.64M x 3.12M
Lounge 5.03M x 4.14M
Study 2.42M x 1.55M
Bedroom 2 3.56M x 4.12M
Bedroom 3 3.94M x 3.48M
Bathroom 2.55M x 2.03M
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