Fixed Price £137,500 Eastmost Cottage, 13 Royal Terrace

Falkland KY157AX

House - terraced | 1 Bedroom

This charming end terraced stone built cottage, with wonderful panoramic views over East Lomond and the Howe of Fife, is situated on the outskirt of the historic conservation village of Falkland and ideally located for those wishing to enjoy the many amenities of this historic village whilst living in a semi rural environment.
The property has been refurbished to a high specification and benefits from a modern kitchen with an exposed stone wall, Belfast sink and wooden worktop. The property has many charming features from the multi-fuel stove in the sitting/dining room, wooden flooring throughout, pitched pine clad ceiling with three large Velux windows giving great natural light, to the wrought iron spiral staircase which leads to the mezzanine bedroom.
The delightful accommodation comprises entrance porch open plan to the elegant sitting/dining room which in turn is open to the modern fitted kitchen, double bedroom with wrought iron railings overlooking the sitting room below, and bathroom with white WC, wash hand basin and feature roll top bath. The property benefits from gas central heating fired by a newly installed boiler. The sale includes the fixed fitted floorcoverings and kitchen appliances.
The cottage is set in large garden grounds mainly laid to grass and surrounded by mature shrubs and trees. Double wrought iron gates give access to the property and to a gravel hardstanding area suitable for off street parking. There is a summerhouse where you can sit and enjoy the superb views.
The property had full planning permission (lapsed June 2016) to extend the property, doubling the original footprint. The plans included an adjoining building featuring an upstairs sitting room with full height windows taking in the stunning views of East Lomond.
The Royal Burgh of Falkland in the heart of the Kingdom of Fife exudes a unique sense of history and charm. These characteristics led to Falkland being recognised as the first conservation village in Scotland. Its narrow streets, pantiled roofs and charming little houses continue to make Falkland one of the most attractive small burghs in Scotland whilst traditional shops, pubs and eating places provide a range of services and products. Further specialised shopping can be found in nearby Glenrothes. Primary and secondary schools are located within the vicinity. Falkland is ideally located for easy access to St Andrews, Dunfermline, Perth and Edinburgh. EPC - E
  • End Terraced Cottage
  • Entrance Porch
  • Sitting/Dining Room
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Spiral Staircase to
  • Mezzanine Bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Large Garden
  • Lapsed Planning to Extend
Entrance Porch

7'4 x 3'7 (2.24m x 1.09m)

Sitting/Dining Room

15'5 x 13'7 (4.70m x 4.14m)


10'1 x 6'2 (3.07m x 1.88m)


11'6 x 11'4" (3.51m x 3.45m)


6'4 x 7'6 (1.93m x 2.29m)

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