A beautiful countryside home in Fife has come to market for £650,000.
The Walled Garden in Carpow, between Newburgh and Abernethy, is a characterful property built by Perthshire-based Murdoch Architects in 1999.
The four-bed home boasts just over four acres of land and is designed to make the most of the peaceful setting.
The dining room and the open-plan kitchen area are situated at the centre of the house – both with doors leading to the garden terrace.
Similarly, the sitting room has double doors onto a pretty veranda.
While the decor may be dated, large windows on both sides allow plenty of natural light and the central fireplace creates a warming focal point.
There are also two bedrooms on the ground floor as well as a utility room and a separate bathroom.
On the first floor, a bright galleried landing leads to the main bedroom which has walk-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom.
There is one further bedroom on the first floor.
Accessed from the utility room is a double garage and workshop, which open directly onto the garden.
The large garden also boasts two timber garden sheds and a greenhouse.
Outside of the walled garden that the property takes its name from, there is a further 2.62 acres of grass and woodland included with the property.
Savills is marketing the Carpow house for offers over £650,000.
Elsewhere in Fife, a five-bedroom home with views over the River Tay towards Dundee has gone on the market.
And a stunning house located below the iconic Forth Bridge is up for sale for offers over £810,000.