Fife property: Stunning £1.2 million country house with its own ruined castle
Piteadie House is set on the southern slope of a hill, surrounded by countryside on all sides and with glorious views to the south over the Firth of Forth, but still less than two miles from Kirkcaldy.
Set in gardens and grounds extending to about four acres, the property has undergone a major upgrade in recent years which included refurbishing the house, cottage and outbuildings. The main house comprises drawing room, morning room, dining room, study, sun room, new kitchen with a four oven electric aga and a back hall giving access to a WC, pantry, dairy, boot room and laundry. In addition, there are five good sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom, with the principal bedroom having its own bathroom and dressing room. To the west of the house is a stone built range of sheds, a garage, and the lovely cottage, which is currently being used for holiday lets. To the south of the garden are the ruins of Piteadie Castle which is believed to originate from the late 15th century. Adjacent to the castle is a disused tennis court, a chicken coop and an orchard containing around 30 fruit trees. On the market with Savills for offers over £1,200,000, more details can be found HERE.