Converted steading in Balmerino, St. Andrews, Fife

Converted steading in Balmerino, St. Andrews, Fife

Three bedroom steading conversion in the conservation hamlet of Balmerino, Fife

Converted barn set in a historical 15th century steading at Balmerino Abbey, newly converted to a high standard and located in the picturesque hamlet of Balmerino, near St Andrews in Fife

Abbey Steadings is a range of converted barns built to a high specification.

The monastic barn dates back to the 15th century and was believed to be home to the Cistercian Monks at Balmerino Abbey which was founded by Queen Ermengarde, the widow of William the Lion.

The site was picked for its natural beauty overlooking the River Tay and for its micro climate with very little rain. Balmerino is a conservation hamlet located 10 miles from Dundee and 12 miles from St Andrews.

The Monk's Barn

The barn is over three levels and the upper gallery has spectacular views down the Tay.  Accommodation comprises of three bedrooms (two of which are en-suites), family bathroom, large lounge semi open plan to dining room, utility room, downstairs WC, large breakfasting kitchen with buttermilk traditional units and a range cooker, gallery / family room and small walled garden.

There may be an opportunity to purchase an unconverted barn with full planning permission to create a luxury four bedroom home - plans available on request.

If you are looking for a unique home with bags of character and quirky features in an idyllic setting with river views, this could be for you.
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