**CLOSING DATE SET FOR WEDNESDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 12NOON**
This delightful end-terraced villa, dating back to the mid 19th Century, is positioned in an excellent location in Pittenweem within an easy walk of local amenities including shops, cafés, restaurants, primary school and harbour. Pittenweem is one of a string of pretty coastal fishing villages in the East Neuk of Fife and is within commuting distance of other larger centres including St Andrews, Cupar, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy etc.
Number 9 has come to the market beautifully presented having been the subject of extensive refurbishment, upgrading and extension in recent years. It benefits from gas fired central heating backed up with double glazing to downstairs windows. The installation of two wood burning stoves adds to both the aesthetics of the house and also to the warmth. Original wooden floorboards line the majority of the floors throughout the house adding to the sympathetic upgrading which retains the traditional charm.
At ground floor level is the lounge, dining kitchen and bedroom one, and at first floor are the two further bedrooms and the shower room. The lounge is a spacious room to the front of the property with a wood burning stove and built in display cabinet, and a window to the front. From here a door opens to the dining kitchen which has recently been extended to provide a bright and spacious room. The kitchen is well fitted with wall and floor units, Belfast sink and a Leisure range-style oven and the white goods will all be included in the sale. Two doors open from here to the outside, one leads to the back garden and the opens to the side giving access to the external store and to the path leading to the front.
Bedroom one, on the ground floor, is a large room with a press store cupboard and a large under stair cupboard and it features a wood burning stove and a window looks to the front garden.
Upstairs two further bedrooms are well presented, one of which is freshly decorated and the shower room is equipped with a corner shower unit, w.c and sink and beautifully finished with metro tiling. Also at this level is the large box room ideal for storage.
Externally the property has gardens to front and rear. To the front it is separated from the street by a stone wall and a path leads through a gate to the front door and is laid out with stone chips for ease of maintenance. The rear garden is also chiefly laid with stones, with an area of patio suitable for garden furniture, bordered with beds to one side. To the far end are an array of a vegetable patches. The L shaped garden is fully enclosed by stone walls with a gate to Session Lane, and also accommodates the timber garage also accessed via Session Lane.
This delightful cottage is full of charm and character and an early viewing is recommended.