£145,000 Offers over
Craigflower House, is a former mansion located at the east end of Torryburn village with a sweeping tree lined driveway. This magnificent Scottish baronial style mansion, once used as a school, dates back to the 17th century and holds much historical interest. The property is subdivided into 12 separate apartments each with its own unique style and layout.
Apartment 12 is situated upon the top floor and has great views towards the River Forth. The internal accommodation comprises welcoming reception hall with cupboard and superb lounge with feature turret allowing the ideal space for dining furniture. The lounge also has wonderful views towards the River Forth and a fireplace providing a focal point. A modern kitchen incorporates an integrated washing machine, integrated fridge freezer, built-in oven, inset gas hob and built-in extractor. The property further comprises spacious master bedroom with access to the En-suite shower room. The master bedroom also has views towards the River Forth. A second double bedroom allows ample space for free standing furniture and a third well - proportioned bedroom has a built-in cupboard. The family bathroom has W.C, wash hand basin and bath. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing within sash and case window style. The communal gardens surrounding the property are exceptional and beautifully maintained. There is ample residential and visitor parking along with a private garage. EXTRAS (Included in the sale) Carpets and floor coverings.
Torryburn is a popular coastal village which lies approximately 5 miles to the south west of Dunfermline. The village has a well regarded primary school and an attractive waterfront with children's playpark. There are local shops and pubs in the adjoiningvillage of Newmills. The village is well placed for commuting to Edinburgh via the Forth road bridge or to the central belt via the Kincardine bridge. Dunfermlinetown centre has a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs. There is a leisure centre with swimming pool and two theatres as well as the beautiful PittencrieffPark. Dunfermline also has a railway station with direct Edinburgh connection.
Lounge - 17' 3" x 14' 7'" (5.27m x 4.45m) ApproxKitchen - 10' 10" x 9' 1'" (3.31m x 2.78m) ApproxMaster Bedroom - 12' 11" x 10' 2" (3.95m x 3.12m) ApproxEn-suite Shower room - Enquire for sizeBedroom - 14' 8" x 11' 4" (4.48m x 3.46m) ApproxBedroom - 9' 1" x 8' 2" (2.78m x 2.50m) ApproxBathroom - 7' 2" x 5' 7" (2.19m x 1.71m) ApproxGarage- Enquire for size
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