£75,000 Offers over
Set in the heart of the popular village of Tayport, this home once served the community as a shop. McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to bring to the market this one bedroom mid terraced 'double upper' that is sure to please. The handsome entrance leads into a spacious, shared vestibule. On entering the vestibule, a glazed door opens to the lounge that includes a deep recessed window. The lounge has a front facing aspect and from here a staircase leads down to the snug and kitchen whilst a door from the lounge reveals the double bedroom. The bedroom is spacious and calm, set to the rear of the house and benefits from an en-suite toilet and wash hand basin. On the lower floor, the kitchen offers a good range of floor and wall mounted units with a peninsular breakfast bar. A door from the kitchen open to the back of the property for bin storage etc. The snug is a cosy spot to watch television but would be ideal as a study or dining room. The bathroom completes this residence and offers a shower over the bath. Delightful property in a popular location.
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