Thatch of the day

The Herald - Scotland's Homes - - News -

THATCHED roofs in­vari­ably top the kind of choco­late-box prop­erty that elic­its an ‘ahh!’ re­sponse – and Rose cot­tage in the Fife vil­lage of col­lessie is no ex­cep­tion. Pretty as they come, this B-listed prop­erty has an abun­dance of space in­side, com­pris­ing open-plan liv­ing/din­ing room (with wood- burner), fit­ted break­fast­ing kitchen, two dou­ble bed­rooms and large bath­room.

Out­side, while there are in­deed roses on dis­play in the neat front gar­den, at the rear is an un­ex­pect­edly ex­pan­sive gar­den with lawns and a paved pa­tio, in ad­di­tion to the cot­tage’s side drive­way and de­tached dou­ble garage.

The orig­i­nal small-glazed win­dow panes in­cor­po­rate pro­fes­sion­ally in­stalled sec­ondary glaz­ing and another his­toric fea­ture is a sun­dial po­si­tioned on the edge of the roof, which is be­lieved to date back to 1700.

Rose cot­tage is for sale with Rol­los in auchter­muchty at of­fers over £300,000.

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