Seggie House is an imposing Victorian mansion dating from 1870. The property is built of stone under a slate roof and is laid out in a two-storey U-shape with a central courtyard enclosed by a single storey section.

The present owners have carried out a major refurbishment programme and installed new bathrooms and new central heating. The rooms are all large and well-proportioned and retain many original features such as decorative cornices, windo shutters, wooden floors and period fireplaces.

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The property has an entrance hall, reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, pantry, kitchen, back hall, office, billiards room, guest bedroom suite plus six bedrooms on the first floor with four bathrooms, a shower room and a WC, a staff flat and a tower room with battlements above.

Outside the property sits in around five acres. To the west is a large lawn backed by large species trees and rhododendrons, and to the south is a terrace with steps down to a flat croquet lawn. Pheasant rearing pens are behind a high hedge past further flat lawns to the east of the property. There is also a walled garden with a large period greenhouse. To the west of this is a paddock enclosed by a hedge and surrounded by mature trees.

A stable yard also stands in the grounds, with two loose boxes, wooden dog kennels and a four-car garage. At the end of the drive next to the gates is a gate lodge built of stone under a slate roof with a detached brick built garage.

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Seggie House is situated in mature trees at the head of the Eden estuary just above the village of Guardbridge and benefits from fine views from the top of the house over the estuary and towards St Andrews Bay. The property itself is just four miles from St Andrews.

The guide price is £1,850,000. For further information contact Savills on 0131 247 3711 or visit www.savills.co.uk.

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