Historical family home hits the market in Outlander filming location

If you're a fan of Outlander and are looking for a home, then this listed former school house in the sought-after village of Culross may be an ideal buy.

The Old School House is a beautiful family home, quietly situated in the sought-after conservation village of Culross which is noted for its historic architecture and charm.

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Culross is based on a 16th century village with many period buildings under the care of the National Trust for Scotland, and many original wynds.

Buildings in the village include the 1597 palace which has been restored to its original rustic yellow colour, its merket cross and the 1625 townhouse, which is now used as a National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre.

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Keen viewers of Outlander may recognise these landmarks as the village has featured in the popular TV show.

If you'd love to live among such famous buildings within your own historical home then take a look at the Old School House, which is current on the market for offers over £375,000.

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The Category C Listed property is believed to date originally from the 17th century, with later additions, and occupies an idyllic setting just off the village green.

The accommodation comprises; four bedrooms with one en suite, three reception rooms and a family bathroom all which are immaculately presented with very high quality interior finishes.

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Features include an open fire in the living room, wood burning stove in the open plan dining/family room and a spacious kitchen which has access to the back garden, which has a summer house/studio and stores.

Sellers Galbraith describe the property: "The Category C Listed Old School House is believed to date originally from the 17th century, with later additions, and occupies a lovely setting just off the village green.

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"The house is of an attractive stone exterior under a slate roof with private parking immediately to the front. The accommodation is very well presented and deceptively spacious, blending lovely period detail with a contemporary twist.

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"At ground floor level the impressive main sitting room benefits from an open fire whilst the superb open plan dining room/family room also has a wood burning stove in the dining room area and a living flame gas fire in the family room area. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the house offers generous storage and direct access to the rear garden.

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"An impressive staircase leads to the first floor accommodation with the main bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room. Three further bedrooms together with the family bathroom, box room/store and hall complete the accommodation."

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Culross offers many benefits for family living and is readily accessible to all the major towns of central Scotland.

Commuters looking to travel to Edinburgh can do so thanks to the excellent transport links available.

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The village provides a useful range of local services including a combination of convenience and tourism based shops as well as a gallery.

Nearby Dunfermline has a busy high street, an ancient abbey (burial place of Robert the Bruce), Carnegie Hall, Alhambra Theatre and the lovely seventy-six acre Pittencrieff Park locally known as The Glen which is popular with families.