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4 bedroom bungalow for sale

Hurst, Cupar Road, Newburgh, Cupar, KY14

Sold STC £335,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Edge of village location
  • Close to Tay estuary
  • Good road links to Dundee & Perth
  • Open plan kitchen and family room
  • Large reception room
  • Double garage
  • Established pretty garden
  • EPC Rating = D

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Comfortable, modern, single storey house with beautiful garden near to the Firth of Tay


Ladybank 8.5 miles, Cupar 10 miles, Perth 12 miles, Dundee 19 miles, St Andrews 20 miles

Newburgh is a picturesque village situated on the south side of the Firth of Tay, on the regional border of Fife and Perth and Kinross.

The village is well serviced, providing a range of essential services and amenities including a medical practice, shops, cafés, and primary school. Recreational facilities include a sailing club, playparks and access to the Fife Coastal path. Newburgh also claims to be the birthplace of whisky, the origins of which lie in the ancient ruins of Lindores Abbey. This has recently been renovated to create Lindores Abbey Distillery, recreating an historic distillery dating back to 1400s.
Hurst is further supported by the extensive range of services, amenities and transport in nearby Cupar and Perth. Perth (12 miles) has an excellent range of shops, professional services and leisure facilities. It also has a concert hall, several art galleries and a race course. There are secondary schools in both Cupar and Perth, with private schooling provided by nearby Kilgraston, Strathallan, St Leonard’s and the High School of Dundee.

The property is easily accessible through its close proximity to the M90, which offers excellent access to Edinburgh located about 40 miles away. Trains run regularly from Perth and Ladybank providing a good service to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Inverness and London. There are direct flights from Dundee Airport to London Stansted while Edinburgh International Airport is 43 miles away.
Hurst is ideally placed for enjoying the surrounding countryside in both Fife and nearby Perthshire. There are endless opportunities for horse riding, walking, cycling, golf and climbing as well as water and field sports. There is salmon, trout and sea trout fishing on the River Earn and a superb range of fishing throughout Tayside.


Hurst was built in 2008, and is a comfortable and accessible family home.

The front door opens onto a vestibule and into the hallway. To the left of the hall is a spacious kitchen with sitting area. The kitchen features hardwood base and wall units, as well as an island. The units house integrated appliances including two ovens, electric hob, and fridge/freezer. There is an area with plenty of space for comfortable seating and a kitchen table. A separate utility room is accessed from the kitchen and has further fitted units, a sink and space for a washing machine, as well as a back door out to the garden.

To the right of the hall, is a sitting room with dining area. This is a very pleasant and versatile room with a lovely outlook and superb natural light flooding through the floor to ceiling height windows. French doors open onto a decked sitting out area.

Further down the hall is a WC, bathroom, and four well proportioned double bedrooms. The two bedrooms located at the end of the hall have en suite shower rooms, while all four bedrooms include integrated wardrobe space or closets. There is excellent storage throughout.


The house is set well back from the road. A gravel driveway leads through stone gate posts up to a large parking area to the front of the house and double garage. The double garage features two separate up and over doors, and a side door. To the front of the house there is an expanse of lawn with fruit trees which is bounded by a stone wall. A timber fence with gate way secures the rear garden which has been landscaped and has beautifully established flower beds, shrubs and roses. From here the views over the estuary are superb. There is a chicken enclosure at the top of the garden.


Mains water and electricity and oil fired boiler. There is private drainage to a septic tank shared with two of the neighbours. The tank is emptied annually and Hurst is liable for a 50% share of the cost.

Local Authority
Hurst is within Fife Council’s tax band G

Fixtures and Fittings
Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. The washing machine, curtains, sun dial and bird house are excluded from the sale.

The field to the east of the cemetery is zoned for housing on the proviso that a green belt is retained to maintain the division between Burnside and Newburgh. A Planning Application Notice was agreed in July 2017 [ref:17/02027/PAN].

Square Footage: 2,432 sq ft
Acreage: 0.52 Acres


From the west take the A913 through Newburgh towards the hamlet of Burnside, Hurst is the first property on the right hand side after the cemetery. From Cupar and the east take the A913 north. Continue through the Den of Lindores and Hurst is the last house on the left in the hamlet of Burnside.

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Added on Rightmove:
04 October 2018

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