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Picture perfect Miller Homes in picturesque location

1st April 2012 Print

The village of Markinch, Fife has a rich history, evident in the stone-built parish church, with its elegant 12th century tower and the old Celtic Stob Cross on the northern outskirts of the town.

But there is also something very contemporary about this busy little community – Miller Homes' Balbirnie Bridge development, a stunning mix of 35 three, four and five bedroom properties.

Since the development was launched last summer, Balbirnie Bridge has attracted a range of househunters, from growing families and couples looking to upsize or downsize to a home in a wonderful rural area.

One of the hot favourites at Balbirnie Bridge is the Yeats, a stunning four bedroom detached home that offers the very best in contemporary living.

The Yeats’ open plan kitchen and dining area will no doubt be the hub of the home. Whether children want to help prepare meals, set the table or simply want to be in the same room within an eyeshot of parents, the area is perfect for spending quality family time.

The large hallway leads to the spacious lounge which is ideal for relaxing or entertaining friends.

Upstairs, entered from a large gallery landing, there are four generous bedrooms, including a luxurious en-suite master bedroom with stylish twin wardrobes – perfect for those who have a passion for fashion.

The property's integral double garage provides a great space for vehicles, or for storing sporting equipment, such as bikes, golf clubs and skis.

Anne Marie Britton, sales director of Miller Homes Scotland East, said: “Priced at just £238,000, the Yeats is a house of distinction in a setting that is hard to beat.

“What's more, it is a dream home in a dream setting. Markinch is a village which has a great sense of community, has a fantastic range of shops and eateries, as well as a good primary school.

“It is a magnet for people who commute to Edinburgh and Dundee as it is close to the A92 motorway and rail network.”

Situated in the heart of the historic village of Markinch, Balbirnie Bridge offers homebuyers the opportunity to be part of a peaceful village community with all the benefits of a highly-commutable location. With a population of just 2, 300 or so, Markinch neighbours the much bigger town of Glenrothes, the administrative capital of Fife. Markinch has a rich history and the terraces of Markinch Hill are believed to date from Roman times.

Balbirnie Bridge is open daily from 11-6pm and incentives are available on selected plots. For more information visit the site, or