TENURE: To be advised
The Cottar House studio was built in the 17th century, making this one of the oldest dwellings in the new town of Glenrothes. Formerly an arts studio, the property has now been modernised and converted to create a fantastic family home and has been designed with easy access doors etc, suitable for disabled access and benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. The property sits within a plot extending to approximately 0.09 hectares and offers scope for further development, subject to planning consents being granted. Located within a desirable area close to Markinch with its mainline train station, the property also benefits from easy access to the main road links throughout Fife and is, therefore, sure to appeal to a variety of potential purchasers.
The family sized accommodation comprises of; a wonderful open plan living/dining/ kitchen area with 3 feature windows/door overlooking the courtyard area and providing access to the property. The kitchen area is fitted with modern base and wall mounted units with complimentary work surfaces and stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include an induction hob with extractor canopy above, electric eye-level oven, dishwasher and American style fridge freezer, with a useful utility cupboard located off the inner hall housing a washing machine. A feature galleried staircase is located of the living area and provides access to the master bedroom with Velux window and further feature internal window affording ample natural light. There is also a bright and spacious en-suite shower room fitted with a modern white vanity unit with low-coupled WC and inset wash hand basin and a corner shower enclosure. The inner hall on ground floor has an electronically controlled skylight window and loft hatch with ladder and provides access to 3 further bedrooms, 1 with an en-suite WC and wash hand basin and to the family bathroom which is also fitted with a modern white suite with vanity unit, low-coupled WC & inset wash hand basin, bath and separate shower enclosure.
The plot as a whole extends to approximately 0.9 hectares and is currently divided but is being sold as one lot. At present, there is an enclosed private lawned area with paved paths, patio, steps and access ramp with a separate gated parking area which has been chipped. A further area to the rear of the plot has had planning permission applied for but not yet granted and may offer scope for further development.
Early viewing is highly recommended.