Deanhead Steading is a registered small holding with equestrian and livery facilities including stables, an arena and about 22 acres in all. It was purchased by our clients in 2002 when it was a derelict steading/barn dating from the late the1800s. Later a large extension was added, built to a high standard. This now forms the additional guest accommodation making it ideal for a dependent relative, guest accommodation or for potential income from holiday letting.
Deanhead Steading is in a lovely rural setting surrounded by open countryside and backs onto Blairadam Forest where there is extensive off-road hacking. Surrounding the property is an area of outstanding countryside which is home to an array of wildlife and presents a fine choice for the outdoor enthusiast. Walking, cycling and riding are all readily available and there are several golf courses within comfortable driving distance. Shooting and fishing may be enjoyed locally.
The location is very central and convenient for all the major cities of central Scotland. The M90 is in close proximity giving easy access to the north as well as Edinburgh via the Queensferry Crossing. Edinburgh Airport is about 20 miles away. The Kincardine Bridge to the south west gives motorway access to Stirling and Glasgow. Perth and Gleneagles are also within easy reach.
All services and amenities are on hand in the town of Dunfermline just six miles away. Kinross to the north also offers a good mix of shops and facilities, with Saline and Cleish also close by. There are several primary and secondary schools in the area with private schooling available nearby at Dollar Academy and a number of schools in the Edinburgh area including Fettes College and Edinburgh Academy. Strathallan, Kilgraston and Craigclowan are also all within comfortable distance. There are railway stations in Cowdenbeath, Inverkeithing and Dunfermline. There are park and ride facilities at Halbeath and also at Inverkeithing, both with services to Edinburgh, the airport and Glasgow.
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Leave the M90 at Junction 4 and travel west on the B914 for about 1.74 miles. At the junction with the B915, bear right signposted Saline and Dollar. The entrance to Deanhead is about 0.7 of a mile on the right. Follow the track to the top and bear right to the entrance for Deanhead Steading.