A stone-built, semi-detached cottage set yards from the beach, in the seaside town of Leven in the region of Fife.
Set mostly on the ground floor, this bright and airy Leven cottage is a stone’s throw from the beach; an ideal base for families or friends looking for a seaside break and to explore the wonders of Fife.
This coastal Leven cottage offers three spacious bedrooms, including a first floor king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower room.
The ground floor boasts two bedrooms, offering flexible sleeping arrangements with their zip/link option, and a family bathroom.
Prepare delicious home-cooked meals in the well-equipped kitchen and sit down to plan tomorrow’s adventures around the social dining area.
Retire in front of the gas fire in the comfortable sitting room and refuel after a day exploring.
Step outside the back door of this Leven cottage down onto a pretty patio, the perfect place to sit and enjoy the Scottish summer sun.
Stay active in the small gym or shoot some pool in the games room, in the garage, under the property.
In a prime location on the promenade, this Leven cottage is perfect for a beach break with the beach being located directly over the road.
The kids will love to explore the many playparks dotted along the beachfront!
The promenade is part of the Fife Coastal Trail, which winds for over 150 miles through coastal villages and towns, ideal for walking and cycling.
Leven is also a superb golfing location with the Leven Links Golf Course within walking distance and St Andrews only a short drive away.
A superb Leven coastal cottage, perfect for a fun-filled beach break in Fife.
About the location
Glenrothes 8 miles; St Andrews 15 miles; Edinburgh 37 miles; Stirling 41 miles.
A seaside town on the east coast of Fife; Leven is the gateway to the picturesque fishing villages of East Neuk, with history leading back to as far as the 15th century! Leven’s name is derived from the Pictish word for ‘flood’ and is a wonderland of woodlands and nature trails, perfect for enjoying that clean country air. Leven became a popular tourist resort when the railway link connected it to the Edinburgh-Aberdeen line in 1854 and it has remained so to this day with its beautiful, long sandy beach, the luscious Letham Glen and Siverburn parks. Golfers are drawn here by the Leven Links and Lundin Links courses, with a further two at nearby Scoonie. With the village’s close proximity to St Andrews, known as “The Home of Golf”, it is an ideal location for golf enthusiasts. Leven is a superb location for touring the beautiful coastal villages of Fife, Stirling; the largest city in central Scotland and Edinburgh.