Superb modern and spacious home with views to Elie Beach
1 Wadeslea boasts spacious and well-presented accommodation, split over three floors having been renovated and extended into a town house in 2008. The property is currently used as an income producing holiday home, with a full book of repeat guests, owing to its fantastic position close to the beach and ample space for families to get together.
A paved area to the front provides space for multiple vehicles, and leads up to the main door. From the hall a staircase leads up to the first floor, with a U-shaped floorplan flowing around the staircase on the ground floor. On the right is a large dining room with space for separate breakfast table, and bay window overlooking the quiet residential street to the front of the property. From the dining room, to the rear of the property is the kitchen. The fitted kitchen features base and wall units with integrated appliances including dishwasher, oven with gas hob as well as access to a deep larder store cupboard. A rear door provides access to the garden at the back. A useful utility room is adjacent to the kitchen providing further storage, and boiler cupboard. A Jack-and Jill en suite shower room can be accessed from both utility room and ground floor double bedroom. The spacious bedroom can accommodate a King size bed and bunk beds.
On the first floor, on the left of the landing is an expansive sitting room with dual aspect windows creating a light and airy room. Patio doors open on to a Juliet balcony at the front of the property, where views of the sea and shoreline can be seen over the rooftops of the surrounding properties. Adjacent to the sitting room is a family bathroom with shower. Two further double bedrooms complete the accommodation on the first floor; one to the rear with views over the garden and one to the front with fantastic views to Elie harbour and beyond.
Another flight of stairs leads up to two further bedrooms with Jack-and-Jill en suite shower room. Both bedrooms feature dormer windows overlooking the Firth of Forth with views spanning from the Isle of May to the East and Edinburgh to the West. A Velux skylight for further natural light is perfectly placed to give views across the rooftops to Largo Law.
Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas.
Local Authority & tax band
Fife Council have applied a rateable value of £6,600 p.a as the house is currently classed as a commercial property for rental purposes.
Currently used as a holiday home producing around £30,000 p.a
Fixtures & Fittings
Standard fixtures and fittings are included in the sale. Full contents may be available by separate negotiation.
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