Persimmon Homes - Eden Woods, KY16

Prices from £196,000 to £351,000

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Development info

Eden Woods is our exciting development of three and four-bedroom homes in Guardbridge, near to the towns of St Andrews and Cupar. The wide range of property styles means there is something for everyone, from your very first home, to spacious homes for growing families.

The name gives the game away - Guardbridge has long been an important crossing point on the River Eden and into the Fife Peninsula on the route to Dundee. This is a lovely part of Scotland to set up a new home, with convenient access to famous St Andrews and the beautiful West Sands Beach there, as well as inland towards the Lomond Hills Regional Park, and north along the coast to Kinshaldy Beach which seems to go on and on for miles. If you have to be in work mode, Dundee, Kirkcaldy, Perth, and Dunfermline are all within easy reach.

Leisure

For those of you who enjoy the great outdoors, Eden Estuary Centre is under a mile from Eden Woods and offers some lovely picturesque country walks. The nearby town of St Andrews benefits from a range of sporting activities, including tennis, bowling and a boating club - all within easy reach. In addition there are the Waterstone Crook Sports Centre and the Guardbridge Bowling Club to the north of the village, and St Michaels golf course on the outskirts of Leuchars.

Education

The Eden Woods development will contribute to the extension of the local Primary School and to an upgrade for the local High School. There is a great range of schooling for all ages in the surrounding area. Guardbridge Primary School is approximately a 3 minute drive away. Bell Baxter High School is 6.2 miles southwest, Madras College is in St Andrews to the east (4.7 miles) and The University of St Andrews is (3.8 miles), to the north of the town.

Shopping

The village of Guardbridge is to the northeast of Fife, on the east coast of Scotland. Guardbridge's name comes from a 15th century six-arched bridge, built by Bishop Henry Wardlaw. These days the village has everything for your day-to-day needs, from a butchers and convenience store, to a take-away and bakery. For a larger selection of shops, St Andrews is a short trip away.

Transport

Guardbridge is approximately 4 miles northwest of St Andrews, and is situated on the estuary of the River Eden, at the junction of the A91 between St Andrews and Stirling, and the A919/A914 between Leuchars and the Tay Road Bridge. You can reach the M90 motorway and A90 trunk road easily, providing convenient commuting to the cities of Dundee, Perth, and Edinburgh.