This charming cottage has undergone a complete transformation and is now on the market for less than you may expect.
Rose Cottage has recently under gone a complete renovation and remodel by the current owner, under a programme of works designed by the renowned Arc Architects.
Described by sellers Galbraith: " the works covered the complete refurbishment of the house as well as the complete remodelling of the internal layout, in particular with the creation of the superb open-plan kitchen/ dining / living area on the ground floor, which involved the removal of internal walls.
"The house is largely constructed of painted rendered walls under a pan tiled roof and offers stunning accommodation over two levels extending to approximately 120 sqm.
At ground floor level a useful new entrance vestibule leads into the open plan living area/kitchen which has a broad spiral staircase leading up to the bedroom accommodation on the first floor, illuminated by a large roof light.
Situated in the living area is a log burning stove set into a fireplace with a door leading off the kitchen area to the utility room and WC to the rear, with a further door then leading out to the garden patio.
The first floor accommodation has also been completely remodelled and offers two well proportioned bedrooms and a shower room off a broad landing, which has space to be used as a study area.
The rear extension has been finished in larch cladding and has the addition of a pitched tiled roof.
The house has been insulated to a very high standard with most of the windows being double glazed. High quality Bosch appliances have been fitted to the kitchen and utility room.
To the rear of the house is an enclosed garden, which also has paved seating area immediately to the rear of the kitchen, accessed by double doors from the kitchen itself.
At the bottom of the garden is a garden shed and log store.
On the market for a fixed price of £245,000, the two bedroom cottage is located in the picturesque seaside town of Kilmany, a short drive from Cupar in Fife's East Neuk.
Cupar offers a superb range of local facilities and amenities with a good selection of shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and the like, while just a short drive to the east lies the ancient and historic university town of St. Andrews, renowned world wide as the "Home of Golf".
Nine miles or so to the north over the River Tay lies Dundee, a city very much on the up which is already home to Scott's ship RSS Discovery and will shortly be the location for the V & A museum.
Perth is just over half an hour to the north-west and Edinburgh about a one hour drive to the south.