6 bedroom country house for sale

The Coach House, Arnot Tower, Scotlandwell

Offers Over £785,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Magnificent six bedroom country house
  • Private setting with mature gardens and countryside views
  • Open plan family room / kitchen / breakfast room
  • Formal sitting and dining rooms
  • Lock doors to create two separate 4-bedroom and 2-bedroom homes
  • Thoughtfully converted and retaining some original features

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


This magnificent country house is in an elevated, private setting with large mature gardens and sweeping countryside views. The Coach House has been thoughtfully converted and extended while charming features from its beginnings as a stable, hayloft and groom’s accommodation have been retained. This stylish and modern conversion was finished six years ago and needs to be viewed to be appreciated.

Home Report value £850,000

Open plan kitchen/breakfast room/family room with multi-fuel stove
Formal sitting room
Formal dining room
Three bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
Two double bedrooms
Single bedroom / study
Family bathroom
WC

As there are two separate kitchens and one utility room you could lock two doors to create separate four bedroom and 2 bedroom houses
Large stone terraces, extensive lawns, mature gardens about 1 acre
Garage

This beautiful country house has been converted to a high standard with large areas of astragal windows and doors, along with oak, elm and pitch pine floors, doors, skirtings, worktops, sills and mantles, some dating back 100 years.
Accommodation
Ground Floor
Family room/breakfast room/kitchen (S, W)
12 metres of floor to ceiling windows including three French doors, ornate wooden fireplace with multi-fuel stove, tiled floor, 34 spotlights. Fully fitted kitchen with 4-ring electric hob and double oven
Utility room
Tiled floor and rear door
Kitchen (N)
Fully fitted with tiled floor, enamel sink with marble worktops, 5-ring gas cooker with oven, plumbing for washing machine and space for drier. Door to formal dining room
Dining room (S, S)
Space for dining table with 12 chairs, hardwood floor.
Entrance hall (S)
Arched stone entrance with storm door with matching side astragal windows, two storage cupboards, staircase to first floor
Formal sitting room (S, N)
Panelled east wall and panelling on the whole south wall with three astragal windows, fireplace with multi-fuel stove, stone sides and hearth and long, hardwood mantle piece.

East Wing (first floor)
Staircase (N)
Landing, space for wardrobe
Bedroom 1 (S)
Slightly coombed ceiling with double Velux windows to the south and lovely views over the garden and farmland, fitted wardrobe
En-suite (N)
Shower, WC, wash hand basin and tiled floor
Family bathroom (N)
Bath, WC, wash hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor and bath panel
Bedroom 2 (S)
Coombed ceiling, window to south
Bedroom 3 (N)
Coombed ceiling, fitted wardrobe and alcove
Bedroom 4 (N)
Smaller bedroom with room for bunk beds

West Wing (above the family room)
A stunning curved staircase with glazed panel and hardwood handrail leads from the family room to the first floor
Bedroom 5 (N )
Large double room with two windows to the north and walk-through dressing room
En-suite
Bath, shower, WC, basin
Bedroom 6 (S)
An opulent bedroom with amazing triangular feature windows with stunning views south. Spacious enough for two double beds
En-suite
Shower, WC, twin basins

Outside
Curving driveway, extensive lawns, large stone terraces and mature gardens. There is a 26x5 metre paved patio with planted borders. Double garage, storage shed with loft that could be converted into an annex, subject to securing planning consent. A tarred driveway serves the property. The lower section is shared.

Situation
Scotlandwell is a quaint village in picturesque surroundings bounded by the Lomond Hills Regional Park on the north east and Loch Leven national nature reserve on the west. It has a hotel and other local facilities are in Kinnesswood (2.5 miles) including Portmoak Primary School, church, village hall, garage and shop. Secondary schools are in Kinross and Dollar Academy (a bus runs from Kinross).
The Scottish Gliding Union airfield and a farm shop are nearby and the RSPB nature reserve at Vane Farm, with a café, trails and birdwatching, is 5 miles away. The award-winning restaurant and farm shop at Loch Leven’s Larder is 4 miles. Leslie (3 miles) has shops, pubs, hotels and a golf course while Glenrothes (5 miles) has all the facilities of a major town. Kinross (7.5 miles) has lots of amenities including independent shops and cafes, a supermarket, a brewery, restaurants, secondary school community campus with library and gym, a swimming pool, health centre, curling rink, golf courses, tennis and bowling clubs.
Loch Leven has a cycling and walking trail all the way around and an island with castle atop where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567.
The M90 (7 miles) gives quick access to Perth and Edinburgh. Kinross has a park and ride with regular express coaches to Edinburgh and Perth. The nearest railway station is at Markinch (7 miles) for the Fife Circle and services to Edinburgh and linking to trams to Edinburgh Airport (29 miles). Inverkeithing (18 miles) has a rail station and park and ride with express buses to all major cities as well as the airport.

Directions
From Edinburgh: Take the M90 to junction 5. Head along the south side of Loch Leven. Turn left at the T-junction and left again signposted Scotlandwell. From Scotlandwell take the A911 road right towards Leslie. Around 1.5 miles along this road turn left into the opening where there is a sign for Greenhead of Arnot (see picture right). The driveway to The Coach House is the first opening on the right.
From Perth: Take the M90 south to junction 7 Milnathort. Head through the village going straight through the roundabout and turn right into Burleigh Road A911. Continue on the A911 to Scotlandwell and turn right, still on the A911, to Leslie. Continue as above.


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14 August 2020

Nearest stations

  • Cardenden (4.2 mi)
  • Lochgelly (4.7 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Cardenden (4.2 mi)
  • Lochgelly (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

McCrae & McCrae Ltd, Dunfermline

12 Abbey Park Place Dunfermline KY12 7PD

01383 328082 Local call rate

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