£55,000 Fixed price
Completely-refurbished throughout, this bright and well-proportioned, two-bedroom, main door, dual-aspect, ground-floor flat forms part of a traditional stone-built terrace, located in an established residential area of Kirkcaldy, Fife. This excellent investment opportunity is comprised of a vestibule and hallway, living room, modern kitchen, double bedroom, single bedroom, and bathroom. The property has been freshly-decorated for sale, with brand new carpeted flooring, and a newly-fitted kitchen with contemporary appliances. With private gardens to the front and rear, features include uPVC double-glazed windows, gas central heating, good integrated storage, and ample unrestricted street parking to the front. Sitting on the banks of the Firth of Forth, the town of Kirkcaldy is a major centre for the central Fife area, with good shopping, supermarkets, a swimming pool, theatre, museum, art gallery, three public parks, and an ice rink. Known as the "Lang Toun" because of its traditional shape, it had one of the longest high streets in the country in the 17th Century, which is now reflected by an extensive beachfront promenade with stunning views across the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh. Approximately 15 miles drive from Dunfermline, and 30 miles from both Dundee and Edinburgh, Kirkcaldy also has good rail and bus links for ease of commuting.
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