£103,000 Offers over
Exuding character and charm, this TRADITIONAL GROUND FLOOR FLAT combines delightful period features with many modern embellishments. Well arranged over one level, the appealing interior comprises the following; outer door at front to entrance vestibule, access from here to attractive hall with doors to impressive front facing main bedroom, modern shower room and second rear facing double bedroom. Also appointed off hall is principal public apartment, with illuminated recess. Door to rear off well equipped kitchen from lounge.
Corniced ceilings with centre rose and high ceilings are beautifully blended with modern ceramic tiling, integrated kitchen appliances and a specification that includes gas fired central heating (combination boiler). Completed with newly installed double glazing.
Included with sale are floor coverings, curtains, shower vanity mirror and additional wardrobes within master bedroom that offer exceptional storage.
The appeal of the interior is in the agents view matched by the potential and size of external title. Large garden area to rear includes twin lawns and medium sized out house as well as two basement cellar storage areas, all fitted with radiators allowing usage throughout the year.
Spacious, superbly presented and of obvious and immediate appeal, this character home demands internal inspection.
Subjects are a short walk to Pittencreiff Park which is known locally as The Glen. This impressive local asset provides a delightful and peaceful retreat for residents and visitors to Dunfermline. It is known historically for the fact it was purchased early in the 20th Century by Andrew Carnegie and given to the Dunfermline public. It is geographically known to encompass 75 acres and is undoubtedly known, for the beauty and variety of what lies within. Resident peacocks walk among an area that includes a statue to Carnegie, the remains of an 11th century tower, the much admired Glen Pavilion and woodland walks and gardens that are amongst the finest in the East of Scotland. The beauty and history contained therein ensures it remains one of the main reasons discerning buyers choose to live in the town.
Dunfermline blends a rich history with superb modern recreational facilities and shopping. Primary and secondary education are complimented by good local transport with bus and train station. The A90/M90 access points are near by giving further access to Edinburgh, Central Scotland, Kirkcaldy, Perth and indeed westbound to Glasgow.
Outer door at front to entrance vestibule with tiled floor. Access given to hall.
Doors to both bedrooms, lounge and shower room from hallway. Wooden flooring.
Stylish and spacious principal apartment set to rear of subjects. Illuminated alcove. Double glazed window formation with aspect to rear. Access to kitchen. Coved ceiling. Wooden flooring.
Attractive and modern wall and base storage units with complimentary worktop surfaces within well fitted kitchen. Integrated electric hob, oven, cooker hood and refrigerator. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Side facing windows are double glazed. Door to garden.
The additional full wall wardrobes offer hanging and shelving facility and allow full useable space of this extensive apartment. Embellished with corniced ceiling with centre rose. Double glazed windows to front.
Rear facing second double bedroom is of excellent size and finish. Double glazed. Corniced ceiling.
Stylish shower room installed by the present owners with suite comprising WC, pedestal wash hand basin and double shower cubicle. Heated towel rail and extractor.
The appeal of this home is not simply the size and style internally, but the almost unexpected bonus of the large garden grounds that compliment. Whilst right of access is allowed for upper flat, the garden remains the property and title of number 34.
Arranged with twin lawns is a medium sized out-house as well as two basement cellar storage areas. Fitted with radiators allowing all year usage.
Radiator cover in lounge; curtains; bedroom one wardrobes and shower room vanity units.
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