£59,995 Offers over
*HOME REPORT £70,000 *LISTED BUILDING *TRADITIONAL STYLE FLAT * WALK IN CONDITION *LOUNGE *MODERN FITTED KITCHEN *MODERN SHOWEROOM *2 DOUBLE SIZED BEDROOMS * GAS CENTRAL HEATING * ENERGY RATING - D
LOUNGE - 3.7 M X 4.2 M (12'2 MX 13'9 M)
KITCHEN - 2.5 M X 2.9 M (8'2 MX 9'6 M)
BEDROOM 1 - 3.2 M X 2.7 M (10'6 MX 8'10 M)
MOVE QUICK are delighted to present to the market this Traditional Flat set in a listed building. This 2 Bedroom property is located in the heart of Kirkcaldy on the vibrant High Street.
The accommodation comprises; Reception Hallway, Lounge with feature traditional style fire surround and living flame gas fire inset. Modern Fitted Kitchen complete with ample storage created by wall and bass units and contemporary worktop surfaces, splash back tiles, electric oven and gas hob, space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer. 2 Double Sized Bedrooms, Bedroom 1 has an in built mirrored wardrobe, Modern Fitted Shower Room, WC, hand basin and Vanity Mirror and large Shower cubicle with electric shower which is fully tiled.
The property benefits from ample storage and gas central heating throughout the property.
Energy Rating - D
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