Outstanding modern home with top quality finish and fittings. Jenniston is in a superb central location and is easily commutable to major cities.
Jenniston House is a modern home which offers country house grandeur.
The house is stone faced under pitched clay pan tile roofs with dormer windows. It has an impressive and evenly proportioned front façade and a spacious and well finished interior which makes it ideal both for entertaining and for family living.
The rooms are extremely spacious, bright and well laid out. A generous hall, with feature oak central staircase, makes an impressive entrance and gives access to a magnificent drawing room with views over the garden and to the Lomond hills to the west. It has air conditioning as does the dining room beside.
A grand corridor leads to the sitting room which faces south across the drive and front lawns. The kitchen and family room opposite are bright and spacious and benefit from large windows, patio doors and electric Velux windows overlooking the courtyard behind. There is excellent storage space with a utility room and boot room.
Connecting doors lead to the east wing with two guest bedrooms (one used as an office), a bathroom and a large games or party room (this could also be used as a gym / home cinema) with double patio doors leading onto a large terrace.
There are two additional bedrooms on the upper floor.
The flooring is insulated concrete with Porcelanosa tiling to all ground floor rooms. This provides a welcome level of cooling in the summer months and the underfloor heating provides a lovely warmth to the touch and throughout the house in the winter months.
The first floor accommodation is centred on a galleried landing. There is a wonderful principal bedroom with a west facing balcony served by its own dressing room and en suite bathroom. There are three further family bedrooms. One has its own en suite bathroom. The other two share a shower room.
Cottage & Garaging
There is a two bedroom cottage opposite adjoining a range of outbuildings. The cottage is well finished and generates a useful income from holiday lets. The outbuildings comprise five garages and a workshop, designed to look like a row of cottages from outside. The garages and workshop are heated and insulated with hot and cold water and a WC.
An impressive entrance with electric gates gives way to a large sweeping drive with lawns. To the north of the house, outside the kitchen, is an enclosed private courtyard area which has a backdrop of mature mixed woodland.
To the south the lawns lead around the cottage to a paddock area with a mature Scots pine coppice.
There is also a separate access to Jenniston Cottage and the paddock for guests.
Strictly by appointment with Savills .
John McAndrew, Baird & Company, North House, North Street, Glenrothes, Fife, KY7 5nd
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Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Propane gas.
Jenniston House: Central heating and hot water from ground sourced heat pump system with gas boiler as back up.
Cottage: Central heating and hot water from gas fired system.
The Meridian speakers and amplifiers are excluded but may be available at additional cost.
A title condition restricts the property to the main house and one cottage only.
Jenniston House has an attractive and accessible countryside setting. The property is backed by woodland and has an open outlook across the fertile plains of the Howe of Fife to the Lomond Hills.
Jenniston House is 15 miles from St Andrews which is renowned worldwide as the home of golf and is a regular host to the Open Championship, next to be held there in 2022. There are many other golf courses in Fife including nearby Ladybank which is a lovely heathland course.
Despite its rural setting, Jenniston House is very well placed for Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport via the M90. Edinburgh Airport is on the near side of the city and is readily accessible. There is a railway station at Ladybank (2 miles) on the main east coast line with regular services to Edinburgh and onto London. It goes north to Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen.
Cupar is a thriving market town which provides all essential local facilities including a good range of shops, professional services and supermarkets. Perth, Dundee and St Andrews are all within 20 miles. Private schools for all ages are available with St Leonards at St Andrews and Strathallan, Kilgraston (for girls), Craigclowan (up to age 13), Dollar Academy.
Square Footage: 8,117 sq ft
From Edinburgh cross the Forth Road Bridge, take the M90 north to Junction 8 and exit onto the A91 signposted to Cupar and St Andrews. Follow this road through Auchtermuchty and continue east to the Melville Lodges roundabout. Cross the roundabout following the signs to Cupar and continue on the A91 for 1 mile to Bow of Fife. Turn right at the church and follow this minor road for about 1 mile. The stone walls and impressive entrance to Jenniston House are on the right.
From the south of Fife take the A92 north. Turn right at the roundabout onto the A914 and follow this road towards Cupar and St Andrews. Pass through the small villages of Kingskettle and Balmalcom and take the turning on the left signposted to Letham and Ladybank (just before Pitlessie). Follow this road north for 1 mile and continue over the level crossing. The stone walls and impressive entrance to Jenniston House are on the left.