8 Pan Ha has an enviable position right on the coast. The house has far reaching sea views across to Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, the Bass Rock at North Berwick and Elie Point. 8 Pan Ha is in Dysart a historic village which is located on the southeast coast between Kirkcaldy and West Wemyss. Dysart was once part of the wider estate owned by the St Clair or Sinclair family.
Nearby Kirkcaldy is a coastal town in south Fife which provides all essential facilities including supermarkets, shops, schools, professional services and a hospital. The Fife Coastal Path is an attractive walk which links the Forth and Tay bridges encompassing beautiful coastal settlements along the route. There are golf courses at Kinghorn, Aberdour, Kirkcaldy and Burntisland with a further selection of links courses along the Fife coast. St Andrews, the "Home of Golf", is 23 miles to the north. The University of St Andrews, founded in 1413, is Scotland's first university and the third oldest in the English-speaking world. The town provides state schooling at Madras College and private schooling at St Leonards.
8 Pan Ha is in a great location for access to local amenities, but it also offers fantastic commuting links into Edinburgh. The Forth Road Bridge is 20 miles away, Edinburgh Airport being 24 miles and Edinburgh city centre being 30 miles respectively. Kirkcaldy railway station is only 2.6 miles away and is on the main east coastline which provides services to Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, and south to London. The Caledonian Sleeper offers a direct service between London and Kirkcaldy.
Dysart Primary School has superb modern facilities and is well regarded and there is also a new community secondary school serving the village. There are a number of private schools within easy reach including Dollar Academy, which has a school bus serving the area. The High School of Dundee and the many independent Edinburgh schools are also easily accessed.
8 Pan Ha is a charming, terraced house situated on the edge of the coastal village of Dysart. The house has incredible views across the Firth of Forth and towards Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, Elie Point in Fife and Bass Rock in East Lothian. The coastal path runs along the sea wall. The access road is private due to it being a no through road. The house is accessed by this road as well as a path leading from above the house called Hie Gait. The setting of the row of houses at Pan Ha is very special with panoramic views across the Firth of Forth. All the rooms in the house, apart from the kitchen, face the sea.
The house is accessed by a path leading to the front door. All downstairs doors in the house are solid oak and there is oak flooring through the downstairs of the house. The previous owners put in secondary glazing throughout the house. The entrance porch leads into a cloakroom/WC. There is a dining room with a window seat providing an ideal viewpoint for the outlook across the sea. Double oak and glass doors lead into the living room where there is a wood burning stove. The kitchen is cleverly laid out with large doors opening into a walk in utility room and separate pantry. The kitchen has plenty of storage and is well equipped. The appliances include a NEFF gas hob, extractor fan and double oven, Bosch integrated fridge and dishwasher. From the dining room, there is a door which leads out to the private garden.
Stairs from the hall lead upstairs to a large landing with a reading corner and bookcase. There are three double bedrooms all with large wardrobes. The shower room has a large walk in shower with beautiful blue tiles. A hatch from the shower room leads up to a partially floored attic.
There is a pretty decked garden to the rear with two areas to sit and enjoy the sun. The decking is made from engineered composite wood. A large store provides useful storage and there is potential to knock this store through to the kitchen, subject to the necessary consents, in order to make a larger open plan kitchen/dining room, if desired. There is a door which leads through a corridor to the front garden. This access is shared by 8 and 9 Pan Ha. The front garden, with a seating area, has panoramic views over the Forth. There is a single garage at the end of the access road.
Dysart retains an individual character which attracts interest from photographers and historians alike. Dysart House, formerly the seat of the Earl of Rosslyn, overlooks the historic harbour which was a setting for the Outlander TV series. The 16th and 18th century dwellings on Pan Ha are significant historic landmarks in the area sitting alongside St Serf's Church tower and the harbour. St Serfs Tower and the church ruins lie directly behind Pan Ha. Pan Ha was restored in 1969 by the National Trust for Scotland under their Small Houses Scheme.
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Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage.
Local Authority & tax band
Fife Council tax band E.
Listing and Conservation Area
8 Pan Ha is Category B Listed and is situated within a Conservation Area.
Right of access
8 and 9 Pan Ha share the access passage to their back gardens. The access passage is owned by 9 Pan Ha.
The property deeds require that the exterior of the house is painted every 5 years.
Fixtures & Fittings
All integrated appliances, light fittings, blinds and curtains are to be included within the sale. Other white goods may be available by separate negotiation.
From the Forth Road Bridge, at junction 2a take the A92 exit to Glenrothes/Kirkcaldy. Continue on the A92 for approximately 10 miles. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Rosslyn Street/A921. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit and stay on Rosslyn Street/A921. At the next roundabout take the first exit and follow Dysart Road passing Ravenscraig Park on your right. Take the first right into Dysart and first right again into Hot Pot Wynd, signposted Dysart harbour. At the foot of the hill turn left and Pan Ha is the row of white house's facing you.