Converted barn in the conservation hamlet of Balmerino, Fife
Three bedroom barn conversion set amongst a range of barns in 15th century historical steading, newly converted to a high standard in the picturesque hamlet of Balmerino, near St Andrews in Fife
Abbey Steadings is a range of converted barns built to a high specification and set in the conservation hamlet of Balmerino.
The barns date back to the 15th century and sit next to Balmerino Abbey, founded by Queen Ermengarde, the widow of William the Lion.
Balmerino overlooks the river Tay and is 10 miles from Dundee and 12 miles from St Andrews.
The West Granary
The accommodation comprises of three bedrooms (master with en-suite bathroom and dressing area), family bathroom, large lounge, utility room, WC and breakfasting kitchen with dining area.
Raised patio with views of the River Tay.
Small garden with garden shed.
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.