Fancy a house with a stunning view of the River Tay?

If your dream home consists of a spacious rooms that overlook some beautiful Scottish scenery then Craggan house may be for you.

Built in 1956 in Wormit, Newport-on-Tay in Fife, Craggan sits in an elevated position, which offers unparalleled views out over the over Wormit Bay and the River Tay with the Perthshire and Angus Hills visible in the distance.

Picture: the views from Craggan house, Galbraith Group

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The architect designed home was built with rendered walls under a steep pitched slate roof and offers the potential to create an spacious family home thanks to the four bedrooms, a bathroom, 2 WCs and outdoor space of about 0.7 acres.

The property benefits from double glazed windows throughout and the reception rooms have been designed to make the most of the exceptional views out over the River Tay and distant Perthshire and Angus hills.

Picture: Craggan, supplied by Galbraith Group

Many of the original features of the house have been retained including the parquet flooring, which runs through most of the house.

The floored attic could potentially be extended into if more space is needed although the lower level integral garage includes 3 store rooms, perfect for storage.

Picture: Craggan house, supplied by Galbraith Group

The interior requires some modernisation but with offers over £325,000 being requested, this home is an ideal opportunity for a young family or couple looking to make their mark on a home, whilst enjoying the stunning views.

The local area of Wormit has good local services, and the city of Dundee is just across the river. For anyone commuting for work, Edinburgh is about an hour and a half drive and Glasgow is around an hour and forty minutes away by car.

Cupar, Fife's bustling market town, lies a nine mile drive to the south and offers an excellent range of shops and services as well as a thriving monthly farmers' market whilst the ancient and historic town of St. Andrews, globally acclaimed as the Home of Golf lies about thirteen miles to the south-east.

Picture: Craggan house, supplied by Galbraith Group

The new owners can enjoy the local wildlife, walking, biking and scenic coastline that Fife and the surrounding area offers. Golf is also big news in the Kingdom with the Old Course at St. Andrews being the most famous.

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Other notable courses include Ladybank, Scotscraig, Kingsbarns and Crail. Weekends can be spent visiting the lovely quaint fishing villages of the East Neuk such as Elie, Anstruther and St. Monans.

An annual arts and crafts festival takes place in August every year in nearby Pittenweem and fish and chips from Anstruther are a must.

Local schools aren't too far away, and include state and independent options. There are railway stations in Leuchars, Cupar, Ladybank and Dundee whilst Edinburgh airport lies approximately one hour to the south.

The growing regional airport at Dundee offers an ever increasing number of short-haul flights making exploring Scotland and beyond easy.

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