£67,500 Offers over
This 1 bedroom ground floor flat would be ideally suited to a young professional, or buy-to-let investor. The property is located within walking distance of the town centre, Dunfermline Bus Station and Dunfermline Town train station. The property is accessed by a shared hallway, leading to a private door. Internally, the property comprises: double bedroom, fitted kitchen, spacious living/ dining room, recently refurbished bathroom incorporating the usual contemporary fittings and two storage cupboards. The property further benefits from double glazing throughout.
With just one low step leading into the building, the flat is easily accessible to wheelchair users etc. The flat comes with its own allocated parking space, and there are additional shared parking facilities on the grounds.
Known as "Carnegie Court", 95 Campbell Street was originally built circa 1900 and was refurbished in the 1990s as an 8 flat building with a shared main entrance, hallway, stairs and garden/drying area at the back with car parking at the front.
The property is located less than 5 minutes walk from Dunfermline town centre. Dunfermline bus station is located in the town centre, and offers regular services across Fife, as well as to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee. Dunfermline Town train station is a 15 minute walk from the property, and provides regular services throughout Fife and to Edinburgh. Transport links across the central belt are further improved by the close proximity to the motorway. There are several primary schools within walking distance, as well as Queen Anne High School. Additionally, there is a campus of Fife College located in the town.
Dunfermline has undergone a transformation in recent years with growth to the East and redevelopment of the Kingsgate Shopping Centre. The newly renovated Carnegie Leisure Centre is located between the property and the town centre, and offers a variety of activities for both children and adults. The town benefits from a vast array of entertainment options including: cinema; bowling alley; fitness centres; two theatres; golf clubs; and a good selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and nightclubs. There are two lovely parks in Dunfermline, the Public Park and more notably Pittencrieff Park.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 5.04 x 4.00 m (16′6″ x 13′1″ ft)
KITCHEN 2.50 x 2.15 m (8′2″ x 7′1″ ft)
DOUBLE BEDROOM 3.50 x 2.50 m (11′6″ x 8′2″ ft)
BATHROOM 2.95 x 1.65 m (9′8″ x 5′5″ ft)
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