£112,000 Offers over
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION One bedroom top floor apartment which is located in this stunning scottish mansion sitting peacefully on the north shore of the firth of forth in the village of Torryburn near Dunfermline. The architectural works were completed by the famous Victorian architect David Bryce. Access is gained by security entrance and internally comprises of: large lounge, fitted kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom which includes over bath shower. This property has been tastefully decorated, viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this exceptional property with beautiful views.
HALLWAY Bright entrance hall. Neutral decor. Neutral carpet.
BEDROOM 13' 1" x 8' 6" (4.0m x 2.60m) Double Bedroom with ample room for storage. Netural decor. Painted walls. Neutral carpet.
BATHROOM 6' 9" x 6' 2" (2.07m x 1.90m) Good sized bathroom with over bath shower. Tiled walls around the shower/ bath. Tiled flooring.
LOUNGE/DINER 19' 8" x 17' 5" (6.0m x 5.33m) Turret Sizes 2.0 x 2.15 Spacious bright lounge with sea views, tastefully decorated.
KITCHEN 8' 1" x 6' 10" (2.48m x 2.10m) Modern kitchen with light coloured wall and floor units with contrasting worktops with tiled splashback. Integrated washing machine and fridge. Electric oven and gas hob. Neutral tiled flooring.
GARDENS The property is set in shared garden grounds comprising lawn and wooded areas. There is a private tarmac driveway access. Boundaries are well defined.
GARAGE There is a single car garage with an up and over door which is located in arrange of lock ups to the east of the property.
LOCATION Craigflower House is situated within the coastal village of Torryburn, located west of Dunfermline. A number of local shops and amenities suitable for everyday requirements are located nearby, with further extensive shopping facilities being available in nearby Dunfermline, Alloa and Stirling. Regular and convenient bus services connect from Torryburn to Dunfermline where further services connect to local areas. Seven and a half miles to Inverkeithing park and ride with transport to Edinburgh and Airport. There are railway stations at Dunfermline, Rosyth and Inverkeithing which offer frequent services to Edinburgh, the north and all stops in the Fife circle. Easy access can be gained to the M90 motorway with direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the west.
EXTRAS All furniture negotiable.
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