Cottage in village which featured in Outlander goes on sale

Cottage in village which featured in Outlander goes on sale

OUT of the ordinary! Eighteenth-century cottage in picturesque Scottish village which featured in hit TV show Outlander goes on sale for £325,000

  • Two-bedroom Young’s House in Falkland, Fife, is nearly 250 years old and featured in hit series Outlander
  • B-listed cottage is believed to date from around 1776 and includes a spacious living room with an open fire
  • There is also a fully-fitted kitchen and two large bedrooms and outside there is a walled garden with a shed

An eighteenth-century cottage which featured in the hit TV show Outlander has gone on sale for £325,000.

The two-bedroom Young’s House in Falkland, Fife, is nearly 250 years old and featured in the hit series as the picturesque village was used as a backdrop for 1940s Inverness. 

Outlander stars, including Sam Heughan who plays Jamie Fraser and Catriona Balfe who portrayed Claire Randall have been spotted filming in the village in recent years.

The two-bedroom Young’s House in Falkland, Fife, is nearly 250 years old and featured in the hit series as the picturesque village was used as a backdrop for 1940s Inverness

The B-listed cottage is believed to date from around 1776 and includes a spacious living room with an open fire place

Inside the property, there is also a fully-fitted kitchen. Outlander stars, including Sam Heughan who plays Jamie Fraser and Catriona Balfe who portrayed Claire Randall have been spotted filming in the village in recent years

The B-listed cottage, which is believed to date from around 1776, includes a spacious living room with an open fire place, a fully-fitted kitchen, two large bedrooms.

Outside there is a walled garden with a shed and the terrace cottage was updated in 2009 and 2012.

Since its appearance in the Amazon Prime show, Falkland has attracted increasing numbers of visitors who are fans of the popular drama. 

Several other locations across Fife – including Aberdour Castle and Dysart Harbour – have featured in the series. 

A description of the property on sellers Rightmove’s website states: ‘Young’s House is a classically charming B listed end of terrace house.  

‘Originally known as Bayne’s House, the property dates from about 1776. It is set back from the pavement on West Port with a small front garden.

‘It was substantially renovated in 2009 with holiday letting in mind and further works were undertaken in 2012 when it became the current owner’s full-time residence. 

‘The village square is located just down the street, and this, as well as a glimpse of Young’s House, features in the TV series Outlander as Inverness.’   

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