Flat B, Johnston Lodge Hadfoot Wynd
Anstruther KY10 3AD
Offers Over £275,000
Flat | 2 Bedrooms
Handsome historic home forming west wing of Georgian house built for a princess. Sea views, large walled garden and period features Close to picturesque harbour foreshore and excellent local amenities. Attic room and garden level games room with full size snooker table both providing exciting further development opportunity. Period features include Roman Doric column entrance porch, cornice work and elegantly proportioned rooms. The newly decorated and carpeted shared hall leads to the front door. The beautifully presented accommodation has a welcoming reception hall , Breakfasting kitchen with ample units, worktops and breakfast bar overlooking the rear garden, Living dining room with dual aspect with views towards the Forth, The wc cloakroom completes the ground floor
A feature timber staircase leads up to the first floor, Bedroom one has a dual aspect and benefits from a deep fitted wardrobe, Bedroom two has a deep walk in store or box room, Luxurious large bathroom, A walk in store accesses the attic floor with fixed timber ladder type stair, The attic room has a box bay window which enjoys stunning elevated sea views reaching across to Edinburgh on a clear day. The garden level floor is accessed via a stair from the shared hall. The games room has a full size snooker table which is to be included in the sale price. A useful utility room is adjacent to the games room, The large floor area of the property means there is ample opportunity to utilise and or develop the space in different ways depending on the buyers requirements. The walled garden has an impressive copper beech tree and flower beds stocked with a variety of plants shrubs and trees providing year round interest. The two other properties within the building have their own areas of garden however the whole garden is open adding to the grandeur. The single garage is the centre one within the block of three.
Anstruther is the largest community on the stretch of north-shore coastline of the Firth of Forth known as the East Neuk. Originally a fishing village, the main industry is now tourism and with a 9 hole golf course, pleasure craft mooring in the harbour, and sightseeing and wildlife cruises to the Isle of May, home to the UK's largest Puffin population. Other local attractions include The Scottish Fisheries Museum, The Secret Bunker, Famous Fish and Chip Shop along with an array of restaurants including the Cellar and hostelries.
The Waid Academy, the local comprehensive school and community center, offers a wide range of activities. Additional entertainment can be found in St Andrews, just 9 miles away, while Dundee is 23 miles and Edinburgh is 50 miles away.
EPC - E
Flat in Converted Mansion
Large Attic Room