Attractive farmhouse set in the hills of northeast Fife
Cunnoquhie Mill House is a substantial farmhouse built of painted white stone under steep pitched slate roofs. Internally the accommodation is well laid out with large, formal reception rooms to the front and domestic accommodation behind.
There is a central hall off which is a drawing room with Adam style timber fireplace and double doors connecting to the dining room. There is also a sitting room with fireplace, and a study with wood burning stove.
A rear corridor with boiler room and store rooms off leads to the kitchen which has a Rayburn Royal stove, wooden cupboards and walk in larder. It adjoins a conservatory which looks out over the garden. The corridor continues to a laundry, cloakroom and the north conservatory. There is an integral double garage with up and over door, concrete floor and Worcester boiler.
A lower landing leads to the family bathroom with bath, shower, WC and wash basin. The main landing has four good sized bedrooms and a shower room with WC and washbasin off.
Cunnoquhie Mill House is set in an established garden enclosed by stone walls. There are lawns to the north with a wooden dog kennel and kitchen garden behind. To the east is a gravel sweep with low stone walls dividing off the lawns to the south. There is a large lawn to the west with a paved terrace outside the conservatory and drawing room. There are herbaceous borders and a summer house opposite.
ADDITIONAL PROPERTY AVAILABLE LOT 2 Paddock and Wood 4.24 acres
The 3.5 acre paddock in front of the house and the small wood beside are available for an additional price. The asking price is offers over £25,000.
LOT 3 Farm Steading including Stables 1.33 acres
Behind the house is a substantial farm steading with a row of stables.
To the west is a traditional stone built range under a slate roof which includes a tack room, store room and loft. There is a roudel at the end.
The main steading comprises a substantial portal frame structure with a corrugated roof and concrete flooring. It has brick walls. This comprises a large cattle court with handling facilities and a machinery store.
Along the front of this building, overlooking the house, are a row of brick built stables with 8 loose boxes with individual feed troughs and water bowls and a work shop.
The Farm Steading including Stables are available for an additional price. The asking price is offers over £150,000.
Cunnoquhie Mill Farm
The sellers also own Cunnoquhie Mill Farm which extends to about 280 acres. The farm will retain a right of access over the drive and through the steading to reach the fields beyond.
Some additional grazing may be made available for rent, along with use of a sand menage.
Mains electricity. Private drainage to septic tank. Shared private water supply with UV filtration system.
Main house heated from combi boiler. Rear quarters heated by Rayburn stove which also provides hot water.
Local Authority & tax band
Fife Council tax band G.
The access drive is shared with Cunnoquhie Mill Farm, the neighbouring cottages, Canty Hall and Cunnoquhie Estate.
Cunnoquhie Mill Farm will retain a right of access over the drive and through the steading to reach the fields beyond.
Thorntons, 49 Bonnygate, Cupar, Fife, KY15 4BY
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Attractive farmhouse with with lovely setting in Fife hillsJamie Macnab