Flat for sale in former royal lodge in Fife
Live like royalty for less than you'd expect in this beautiful two-bedroom flat in Fife, which is new to the market.
Johnston Lodge in Anstruther, Fife, was once home to Polynesian Princess Titaua Marama, Chiefess of Haapiti.
Picture: views to the harbour, thorntons-property.co.uk
The princess and five of her twelve children were brought to Scotland in 1892 by her second husband George Darsie, and the family lived in the stunning mansion house.
Picture: the shared garden, thorntons-property.co.uk
The property, which dates back to 1828, has been divided into separate accommodations that includes a two-bedroom flat, which is now up for sale.
Picture: the games room, thorntons-property.co.uk
The flat, which is located in the former west wing of the Georgian house, includes a games room and a spacious walled garden.
Picture: the entrance porch, thorntons-property.co.uk
Period features within the home include a Roman Doric columned entrance porch and cornicing whilst the property benefits from beautiful sea views and a close proximity to the picturesque harbour and local amenities.
Picture: the living room, thorntons-property.co.uk
The flat comprises a reception hall, modern kitchen, living/dining room with dual aspect views, downstairs toilet, two spacious bedrooms, a family bathroom, attic room, utility room and games room.
Picture: the master bedroom, thorntons-property.co.uk
Johnston Lodge is on the market for offers over £295,000 with Thorntons Property, who describe the home as: "Handsome historic home forming west wing of Georgian house built for a princess. Sea views, large walled garden and period features."