The Morendy development lies adjacent to the golfing resort of Drumoig, which is just 20 minutes from the historical town of St Andrews, and 10 minutes from the modern hub of Dundee, home of the V&A Dundee.
The location of Drumoig offers country living within easy reach of Dundee and St Andrews. To the north, the city of Dundee is becoming known as a hub of creativity: it was the UK's first ever City of Design, boasts a proud video gaming tradition, and is home to the only V&A museum outside of London. To the south, the historic town of St Andrews offers spectatcular golfing, and has a good range of shops, hotels, restaurants and recreational and cultural facilities which include a cinema and The Byre Theatre. Beyond St Andrews is the East Neuk of Fife, with a spectacular coastline which boasts fishing villages built around picturesque harbours and sandy unspoilt beaches.
Drumoig is situated between the historic town of St Andrews and the City of Dundee. St Andrews is renowned worldwide as the ‘Home of Golf', and will host the upcoming 150th Open Championship in 2021. There are many other golf courses in the area including the Kingsbarns, Carnoustie and of course Drumoig. St Andrews is also well known for its university, and high quality schooling is provided at the privately-run St Leonards School and from the local authority run Madras College.
Dundee has its own rich history, with whaling back in the 19th century followed by Jute, Jam and Journalism. The city has an excellent educational reputation thanks to its two universities and private schooling at Dundee High School. Dundee University collaborates with the medical school at Ninewells hospital and is now well known for the research it carries out in the
medical science field. Dundee's reputation for computer gaming, medical research, creativity and design, all make for a small city with sights set on a bright future.