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4 bedroom link detached house for sale

Old Mill House, Wester Balgedie, Kinross

Offers in Region of £460,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Garden
  • Garage
  • Good Views
  • Ample Storage
  • Conservatory
  • Driveway
  • En suite
  • Fitted Kitchen

Full description

OUTSTANDING 4 BEDROOM PROPERTY IN STUNNING RURAL LOC. NEAR KINROSS. 1/2 ACRE GROUNDS AND MILLHOUSE FOR CONVERSION

CAILEAN Property is delighted to present to market this wonderful rural 4 bedroom family home a short distance from Kinross, set in 1/2 acre grounds, enjoying open views over Loch Leven. The property offers generously proportioned accommodation extending to over 300 square metres. The Old Mill House, Wester Balgedie is a unique bespoke-built property that has been finished to a high specification. Set within private, south east facing mature gardens featuring a detached two storey Mill House (around 90 sq m in total) dating from the 1780's that would be an ideal workshop/studio or office, or self contained accommodation if required (subject to planning permission). The accommodation offers a high degree of flexibility and is thoughtfully arranged to maximise the views towards Loch Leven and the surrounding countryside.
The property comprises; entrance porch, large reception hall, family room/dining room with two adjacent ground floor bedrooms, W.C, kitchen/diner, large L-shaped garden room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room with excellent storage, 2 double bedrooms, formal lounge and study area. Additional features of the property include Karndean flooring, 1/2 acre mature gardens with rockery, pond, integral garage, wood-store, ample driveway/parking and a detached two storey Mill House. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all this property has to offer.
Enter the property into an impressive reception hallway with storage and easy access to the accommodation. The upper landing is equally spacious and has space for study area to one end, with window overlooking garden and countryside. The partially floored attic can be reached via a hatch found on upper landing.
Grounds.
The property has extensive, beautifully maintained gardens to front, side and rear. There is a gravel drive with ample parking for numerous vehicles. The gardens to rear offer a high degree of privacy. Steps lead to covered pond and Mill House. This original building dates back to 1780's and the current owners have built a replica wheel and recovered the roof with pantile tiling to restore the building to its former glory. This is an ideal proposition for purchasers who work from home or are looking for a project to convert into a self-contatined property, or indeed make current use of the 2 storey building with office and workshop space.
Extras.
Integrated appliances and blinds included in the sale.
Location.
Kinross and the villages surrounding Loch Leven remains one of the most sought after residential locations in the Country. The area isrenowned for its Golf Courses, the country walks (especially around historic Loch Leven). The property itself boasts open views to the Loch. The property lies with 2 minutes walk of the reputable Loch Leven's Larder which provides access to the Loch side trail. There are many excellent schools including the highly regarded Loch Leven Community Campus situated in nearby Kinross. Outwith rush hour the Queensferry Crossing is some 20 minutes drive (via M90) and the new crossing at Kincardine around 25 minutes. Perth and Dunfermline are each within 20 minutes by car. There are many local activities and clubs in the area and of the various shops, cafes, hotels and leisure activities in nearby Kinross & Milnathort.
Viewing - by appointment with seller. Tel Cailean 01383 624600
Accommodation detail below;


Sitting Room - 7.80 x 5.60 m (25′7″ x 18′4″ ft) 
Impressive formal sitting room with feature fireplace and providing lovely views with dual aspect. Ample space for lounge and dining furniture.

Kitchen / Diner - 7.80 x 4.20 m (25′7″ x 13′9″ ft) 
Measured at longest & widest points.
Well appointed fitted kitchen with solid oak units and contrasting worktops and has a stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Integrated appliances include a halogen hob with an extractor hood over and an electric fan oven. Open plan to family dining annex and convenient utility and storage area.

Garden Room / Conservatory - 7.10 x 6.20 m (23′4″ x 20′4″ ft) 
Measured at longest & widest points.
Providing beautiful views to gardens and Loch Leven and beyond. This room could be used for casual lounge or indeed dining.

Family Room - 5.60 x 3.50 m (18′4″ x 11′6″ ft) 
Providing additional flexibility to the accommodation, this family room has ample space for typical lounge furniture but could provide a number of uses from playroom/office or dining room.

Master Bedroom - 6.70 x 4.20 m (21′12″ x 13′9″ ft) 
Spacious principal bedroom with space for super-king-size bed and boasting a wall of fitted wardrobes providing a fantastic amount of storage.

En-suite - 3.10 x 2.20 m (10′2″ x 7′3″ ft) 
Light and airy en-suite shower room fitted with full height wet wall panelling and a vanity unit with storage.

Bedroom - 4.60 x 4.10 m (15′1″ x 13′5″ ft) 
Situated on 1st floor. Elegantly styled 2nd double bedroom with lovely views and fitted storage.

Bedroom - 4.30 x 3.20 m (14′1″ x 10′6″ ft) 
Situated on ground floor. Double bedroom with ample space for typical bedroom furniture.

Bedroom - 4.30 x 2.50 m (14′1″ x 8′2″ ft) 
Also on ground floor, Further good sized bedroom.

Bathroom - 3.70 x 3.10 m (12′2″ x 10′2″ ft) 
Bright and space bathroom with bath with electric shower over, washbasin and WC and vanity storage.

WC - 2.00 x 1.50 m (6′7″ x 4′11″ ft) 
Convenient downstairs WC

Double integral garage 
Accessed internally from hall and ample space for 2 cars or useful storage/workshop capacity

Old Mill House (studio/ workshop below) 
Wonderful opportunity to obtain planning permission for stand alone property or to use as a studio/office and with the spacious workshop below.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
22 March 2018

Nearest station

  • Lochgelly (6.2 mi)
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2-4 Bonnar Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7JQ

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Cailean Property, Dunfermline

2-4 Bonnar Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7JQ

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Nearest station

  • Lochgelly (6.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Cailean Property, Dunfermline

2-4 Bonnar Street, Dunfermline, KY12 7JQ

01383 328065 Local call rate

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