East Pitcorthie Steading is a mainly stone built and Pantile roofed traditional range of farm buildings. It blends superbly with the surrounding lush countryside.
Full Planning Consent has been obtained for 4 houses within the footprint of the original range. These will be large houses (see below) and could, when finished become stylish statements of country living.
The proposed house sizes are as follows: House 1 233.3 m² (2,511 sq ft)
House 2 263 m² (2,830 sq ft)
House 3 215.6 m² (2,320 sq ft)
House 4 249 m² (2,680 sq ft)
There will be extensive shared outbuildings.
Full Planning Consent was obtained on 26th April 2007 Ref: 05/01341/EFULL and amended on 3rd February 2009 Ref: 08/02770/EFULL to convert the steading into residential dwellings including the exclusive new road which will serve the houses.
These documents can be found online at www.fifedirect.org.uk
Mains electricity and water nearby. BT line. Private drainage to be installed by purchaser.
Viewers can inspect the site at their own risk. Please inform Bradburne & Co so that the sellers can be notified. Tel: 01334 479479.
From St Andrews take the A917. After 1 mile fork right onto the B9131 towards Anstruther. Follow this for 6 miles and then turn left onto the B9171 towards Crail. After 1.5 miles East Pitcorthie Steading is on the right. The Postcode is KY10 3LFSituation
East Pitcorthie Steading lies at the epicentre of one of the finest farming areas on Scotland. As much as the quality of the soil the mild climate is as responsible for this. This of course translates to the popularity of the East Neuk of Fife both as a place to live and a holiday destination. Recreational pursuits and in particular golf abound and the former fishing villages dotted along the coast are treasure troves of atmosphere and interest.
Anstruther has both a primary and a secondary school and with St Andrews it is exceptionally well provided for with medical, academic, shopping and cultural facilities. Communication is good by road while there is a main line railway station at Leuchars (12 miles) and airports at Dundee (20 miles) and Edinburgh (48 miles)