11 wonderfully quirky properties for sale in Fife right now

Whether you prefer modern properties or period ones, there's something in Fife for everyone (Photo: Galbraith Group)Whether you prefer modern properties or period ones, there's something in Fife for everyone (Photo: Galbraith Group)
Whether you prefer modern properties or period ones, there's something in Fife for everyone (Photo: Galbraith Group)

The beautiful Kingdom of Fife offers some of the best value for money in Scotland when it comes to property.

From stunning period houses to unique modern homes, Fife has plenty for buyers who are after something a little out of the ordinary.

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Here are some of the quirkiest properties on the market right now.

Craigkennochie Terrace, Burntisland

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With astonishingly well preserved period features (including cornicing, sweeping staircase and intricate stonework), this detached Victorian villa in Burntisland blends the old with the new.

Behind the traditional exterior you'll find four bedrooms, two lounges, a dining room and two bathrooms, one with a corner bath and underfloor heating.

Breathtaking views over the Firth of Forth towards Edinburgh make this historic home even more appealing.

Offers over £399,999 - more info

Eden, Woodside

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Built to a stunning avant-garde design, this modern mansion houses five bedrooms (three en-suite), a breathtaking open plan living and dining space, and a spacious cinema room.

Large windows and use of glass walls internally make this beautiful home exceptionally bright and airy.

A large wood burner and hot tub are among the luxurious and state of the art amenities the future owner of this property can look forward to enjoying.

Offers over £619,950 - more info

Manse Road, Cupar

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Spacious, bright and airy, this detached four bedroom villa (located near Cupar) is south facing and surrounded by beautiful enclosed gardens.

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Built in 1995 and updated extensively since then, the property boasts high quality Canadian maple and teak flooring, beech panelling and specially made internal doors.

High ceilings in the uniquely shaped living and dining rooms make those spaces particularly appealing.

Offers over £390,000 - more info

Well Brae, Cupar

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This B-listed house wouldn't look out of place in rural France, but it's actually located in Falkland, near Cupar.

The detached home is believed to have been built in 1663, and has three bedrooms and three reception rooms, as well as a kitchen, family bathroom, shower room and study space.

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With wooden beams in several ceilings and an unusual 'unfitted' kitchen, the property is one of a kind.

Offers over £385,000 - more info

North Lodge and Woods, Cupar

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Charming and cosy, North Lodge in Monimail near Cupar is a B-listed former gate lodge dating back to the 1830s, and surrounded by 3.3 acres of peaceful woodland.

The striking home has four bedrooms and many wonderful unique features, including the choice of both a summer sitting room and winter sitting room, and two open fires.

Fixed price £390,000 - more info

Lochside Stables, Kinghorn

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Offering outstanding views over Kinghorn Loch, this sleek new development features three modern homes, each customised to the buyer's wishes.

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Clad in seasoned and treated wood externally, the five bedroom detached villa boasts a large kitchen and living space with bi-fold doors, opening into the garden.

Built to a clean design with families in mind, the quirky property brings to mind Scandinavian architecture.

£450,000 - more info

Earlshall Castle, St Andrews

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Accommodating 10 bedrooms, eight reception rooms, six bathrooms, three cottages and other outbuildings, this 16th century house is a working equestrian facility with a world famous world garden.

Decorated in period style throughout, the beautiful property near St Andrews looks akin to a castle, set in 34 acres of its own parkland and policy woodland.

Price on application - more info

Eden Mansion, St Andrews

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Spectacularly grand both inside and out, stepping into this eight bedroom mansion is a little like stepping back in time.

With too many period features to count, the house also has seven reception rooms and an en-suite bathroom for every bedroom.

Separate to the main house, the property also has a two bedroom lodge on its 5.3 of enclosed grounds.

The wine cellar and fully fitted out cinema are welcome modern additions to this beautiful classic property.

Offers over £1,750,000 - more info

Golf Place, St Andrews

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Overlooking the 18th hole of world famous Old Course in St Andrews, owning this glamorous penthouse in the 19th century Grand Hotel would be like living in a piece of history.

Classic and timeless inside, the property benefits from use of a sensational roof terrace and wonderful views out across the golf course and the sea.

Price on application - more info

Church House, Cupar

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This magnificent C-listed church conversion offers fantastic family accommodation, as well as potential business space.

With five bedrooms, three reception rooms and a spacious private garden, the quirky property has endless charm.

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Originally built in 1843, the church operated until the 1980s before its conversion began.

Offers over £695,000 - more info

The Coach House, Glenrothes

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Spacious and striking, this six bedroom country house (a converted and expanded stable) exudes character - from its bespoke wooden kitchen counters to its stone fireplace in the wood panelled living room.

A functional mix of classic decor and modern amenities, the peaceful property is an ideal family home.

Guide price £850,000 - more info