£150,000 Offers over
Set within a prime central area of Kirkcaldy is this spacious traditional upper dwelling. Though in need of modernisation, the propertyoffers a fantastic opportunity for further development or refurbishment to create a stunning home. The accommodation comprises of a lounge, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and attic room. Externally there is a garden and driveway providing off-street parking.Highlights of the property include superb original features such as cornicing, wood panelling and bay windows to the lounge and first bedroom. The attic room provides a superb space for storage or potential, subject to relevant planning, to create further bedrooms as required. The provision of a driveway and private garden ground is a wonderful asset when situated within a central town location. Please note the property shall be sold as seen with no guarantees.
Lounge 13'9" x 16'5" (4.2m x 5m).
Dining Room 13'9" x 15'1" (4.2m x 4.6m).
Kitchen 10' x 8'9" (3.05m x 2.67m).
Bedroom One 13'9" x 12' (4.2m x 3.66m).
Bedroom Two 9'7" x 12' (2.92m x 3.66m).
Bathroom 7'7" x 10' (2.31m x 3.05m).
Attic Room 28'2" x 20'7" (8.59m x 6.27m).
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