£205,000 Offers over
Outstanding Waterfront Apartment with stunning views over the Forth towards Edinburgh and the Forth Rail Bridge. This contemporary first floor apartment has a truly impressive open plan living space with a quality refitted breakfasting kitchen, dining area and lounge leading to a south west facing balcony which enjoys the spectacular views. The property has the added bonus of a garage.
This superb apartment enjoys a stunning waterfront location with access to a beach and coastal path yet remains ideally placed for commuting to Edinburgh. Dalgety Bay is an extremely popular commuter town situated approximately 3 miles from the Forth road bridge. The town has well regarded primary schools, a good range of local shops including supermarkets, restaurants/pubs, hot food takeaways and a café/ice cream parlour. There is a leisure centre, tennis club and sailing club. There is access to the stunning Fife coastal path and nearby Aberdour has a blue flag beach, an attractive harbour and 18 hole golf course. The town is serviced by a railway station with direct Edinburgh connection.
Lounge/Dining/Kitchen - 8.03m x 6.72mMaster Bedroom - 3.00m x 3.14mEn Suite - 1.63m x 1.95mBedroom Two - 3.91m x 3.01mBathroom - 2.97m x 1.85m
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