This thoughtfully designed two-bedroom semi-detached house comes with appealing interiors, unrestricted parking and private front and rear gardens. Set in a leafy area of popular Dunfermline, with excellent local amenities and commuter links, it is an ideal home for those seeking a quieter, suburban lifestyle.
The front door opens into the welcoming reception hall, which leads, to the right, into a spacious living room, with useful deep fitted storage, and allowing direct access to the dining kitchen, giving rise to the ideal layout for everyday living and entertaining. The elegant living room enjoys warm-toned décor, complemented by a natural wood-styled floor, with a picture window framing the open front outlook. A contemporary fireplace, inset with a feature gas fire, provides a cosy focal point for comfortable lounge furniture. The kitchen boasts an expanse of wood-styled fitted cabinets, with contrasting worktops and colourful tiled splashbacks, incorporating an integrated electric hob, oven, and ample space for a freestanding dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer. This bright room enjoys an outlook over, and direct access, to the rear garden, and a sunny side facing window lighting the spacious dining area.
Upstairs, the central landing leads to the two double bedrooms, each enjoying soft, neutral décor and fitted storage, including, a superb wall of mirrored wardrobes in the larger bedroom. Completing the accommodation is a fully tiled family bathroom, fitted with a white bath and freestanding WC-suite. The property benefits from gas central heating, and double glazing.
The house is set within a leafy cul-de-sac, within private front, side and rear gardens. The rear garden includes a paved patio leading to an astro-turfed and wood-barked play area. There is unrestricted parking directly in front. Nearby garaging may be available, at a cost of £50 per annum.
Extras: All fitted floor coverings, light fittings, curtains, blinds, integrated appliances and garden shed are included in the sale.
. Well-designed semi-detached house
. Set in leafy Dunfermline suburb
. Welcoming entrance hallway
. Spacious living room with focal fireplace
. Dining kitchen with garden access
. Two double bedrooms (with storage)
. Three-piece family bathroom
. Ample fitted storage
. Enclosed front and rear gardens
. Gas central heating and double glazing
Dunfermline - the ancient capital of Scotland lies 5 miles north of the River Forth and is the birthplace of Andrew Carnegie and the resting place of King Robert the Bruce in the famous Dunfermline Abbey. This historic town offers a vast range of amenities, entertainment and leisure options and cultural activities.
The location is ideally suited for those who require easy access to motorway and rail links for commuting purposes.
There are 2 train stations with direct services to Edinburgh and there are excellent bus services also. Easy access to M90 allows quick access to both Edinburgh to the south and Perth to the north.
The iconic Bridges of Forth Rail Bridge, Forth Road Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing are all within easy reach and provide key connectivity to the capital and onto central belt. The expanding Edinburgh International Airport lies approximately 20-25 minutes' drive from Central Dunfermline.
The skyline is dominated by the medieval Dunfermline Abbey and Palace - dating back to the 11th Century and leads to the Heritage Quarter which boasts period properties and individual shops which enhance the character and charm of this town.
Dunfermline owes much of its heritage to Andrew Carnegie and residents and visitors alike can enjoy many amenities of Dunfermline which have benefitted from the philanthropy of the famous industrialist. Carnegie Hall Theatre, Carnegie Leisure Centre, Carnegie Museum, Dunfermline Library and Pittencrieff Park (aka The Glen) are just some of the key attractions with links to Carnegie. There are further attractions such as St Margaret's Cave and The Abbott House. Moreover, there is a comprehensive range of high street shopping, restaurants, cafes, trendy bars as well as the popular Alhambra Theatre which continually attracts big celebrity entertainers to Dunfermline. The town is surrounded by good Golf courses and is convenient for short drives to the lovely local coastal villages of Charlestown, Limekilns or on to Aberdour - bringing the seaside closer to home.
To the east towards the M90 motorway, lies Fife Leisure Park offering a multi-plex cinema, Bannatynes Health Club, Bowling Alley, Crazy Golf plus many eateries making this a fantastic entertainment option.
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