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IF a glimpse of winding cobbled streets and quaint re-roofed cottages with crow-step gables makes you go dewy-eyed, the conservation village and former royal burgh of Culross in
Fife will be your go-to house heaven. Situated on the north bank of the Firth of Forth, Culross is a blast from the past – Scotland’s most complete example of a 17th and 18th Century burgh complete with its own ochre-coloured palace and hilltop abbey founded in 1217.
The Old School House is an inspired C-listed example. Thought to date from the 17th Century with later additions, it occupies a prime position just off the village green and benefits from private parking and an enclosed rear garden with a paved terrace and sizeable summerhouse with double doors opening onto a deck – currently a gym but could equally be a garden office or craft studio.
The interior is an aesthetically pleasing blend of old and new, while the accommodation is deceptively spacious, the ground floor level comprising hall with cloakroom off and three reception rooms – a separate sitting room with ornate plasterwork, fireplace and open fire, and two adjoining