If you fancy a quieter life, then take a look at these properties which are currently on the market in Fife.
With reports that demand for property in Fife remains high, what are the best homes for sale in the area now?
Castle View, West Braes, Crail, Fife
This four-bedroom property offers flexible and beautifully proportioned accommodation over two levels.
Its position takes advantage of the outstanding coastal views situated on the edge of the sought-after East Neuk conservation village of Crail.
The village provides a very good range of shops, services and amenities and from Crail there is easy access to the other villages of the East Neuk including Anstruther, Cellardyke and Elie.
Castle View is on the market for offers over £495,000 with Galbraith.
Dales Farmhouse, by Dunfermline, Fife
Dales Farmhouse is a lovely B listed period property, beautifully presented and offering superb family accommodation with five bedrooms, in an idyllic country setting north of Inverkeithing.
The original main front door accessed from the north is at first floor level via a bridge over a sunken ‘moat’ with day to day access from the south.
Ideal for the commuter, Edinburgh is approximately only ten miles to the south, with easy access to the main motorway network as well as Aberdour, Dalgety Bay and Inverkeithing railway stations.
Dales Farmhouse is on the market for offers over £499,000 with Galbraith
Remilton, Hilton Of Carslogie, Cupar, Fife
Remilton, now a five-bedroom property, was originally a farm cottage, which has been significantly extended and upgraded in recent years to create an outstanding country property offering beautifully proportioned accommodation over two levels.
There is also a useful and substantial garage building with a workshop and loft area with sound studio, ideal for those keen on setting up a business from home.
The property is situated two miles to the west of Cupar and surrounded by the lovely North East Fife countryside.
Remilton is for sale for offers over £645,000 with Galbraith.
Speaking in regards to the demand for homes in Fife, George Lorimer, head of sales for Galbraith in Fife, said: “We have witnessed a great year (April 2017- March 2018) in terms of sales.
"Demand has significantly outstripped supply, particularly for coastal properties in the £200,000 - £500,000 market.
"This has resulted in a lot of competitive bidding and some nice premiums achieved above asking price.
"With buyers literally waiting for new stock to hit the market, some sales have moved very fast including several properties which have sold within days of coming to market.
"Prices remain relatively stable in areas like Cupar, which offer great lifestyle living and value for money.
“Fife has been seeing the benefit of recent developments both north and south and the new V&A design museum in Dundee, due to open later in the year, is also benefitting the region.
"The new Queensferry Crossing offers improved transport links further enhancing the accessibility of the area from the central belt."
Galbraith is one of the main sponsors of this year’s Fife Show, Sat 19th May, so if you are looking to get some friendly advice on the current Fife property market both from a seller’s and a buyer’s perspective then pop along.