Candleford House, Auchtertool, Kirkcaldy.

Gothic Revival style 200-year-old former manse with stunning architecture and peaceful rural location

Set within four acres of mature gardens, the B-Listed Candleford House was originally the manse for Auchtertool Parish Church and was built in 1812, with an extension added in 1900.

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Its original Gothic Revival design magnifies the beauty of the building with impressive stonework and many original features, while the location provides a sense of peacefulness and tranquillity, with views down the valley of the Forth towards the Bass Rock and Berwick Law.

This light and spacious four-bedroom detached home consists of two main storeys with an additional attic floor, and on the ground floor comprises entrance hallway, substantial drawing room, dining/family room, updated kitchen/breakfast room, modern bathroom with Jacuzzi style bath, laundry, coal store, utility room, and a boot room currently used as a gym.

An attractively designed staircase leads to the first floor which features a substantial dual aspect principal bedroom with adjoining shower/dressing room, further three large bedrooms, snug, bathroom, and a separate WC, while the attic level has a number of rooms with restricted height, the largest of which is currently used as a study but could be another bedroom.

Externally, the property is accessed via electric security gates leading to a driveway and there are a number of outbuildings, including a timber summerhouse with stone/slab deck, double garage and carport, and a large shed. The sizeable gardens hold a good mixture of mature trees, planted beds and lawn, with a flat area currently used as a croquet lawn.

On the market with Strutt & Parker for offers over £735,000, more details can be found HERE.

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