£62,000 Offers over
Quaint and quirky well presented upper apartment situated within the picturesque village of Dysart. The Towers dates back to the sixteenth century. The building was renovated by Kirkcaldy Town Council in 1965 to form three apartments.
The property comprises of entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom/WC and attic room. Communal yard to the front. Communal garden to the rear. Gas central heating. Sash and case windows.
Dysart harbour was used as one of the filming locations for the very popular TV series Outlander. The Harbourmaster's House was transformed to portray the French port of Le Havre in the 1740s where Jamie and Claire land when they escape to France.
On ground floor level, there is a security intercom system. There is then a magnificent turreted internal stone stairwell which leads to the second floor level. On entering the apartment, it is immediately apparent that the apartment has undergone a recent refurbishment. Brand new carpeting fitted throughout the hallway, lounge and both bedrooms.
11' 11" x 15' (3.62m x 4.58m)
This room has been freshly plastered and painted in a brilliant white colour. There is a wall press cupboard. Two sash and case casement windows provide elevated views from the room across Dysart and onto the River Forth Estuary. There is also an opening casement window to the gable of the property providing additional lighting.
11' 7" x 7' 5" (3.54m x 2.26m)
Fitted floor and wall mounted units. The wall mounted units have under pelmet lighting. Slot in gas cooker. Space for automatic washing machine. White low level fridge. Space for another utility appliance. Single store cupboard. Sash and case casement window overlooking the rear of the property. Vinyl tile effect flooring.
4' 11" x 7' 5" (1.50m x 2.27m)
White WC with timber Victoriana style seat. Wash hand basin which is mounted into a fitted worktop with storage cabinet underneath. Separate white bath. Above the bath, there is a fitted shower. To the side of the bath, a concertina folding shower screen. Ceramic tiled floor. The wall surfaces are finished with modern wet wall boarding above the bath. Ceramic tiling around the window area. Sash and case opaque casement window providing natural light. Heated towel rail style radiator.
11' 8" x 6' 6" (3.56m x 1.99m)
This room has been freshly painted. Sash and case casement window overlooking the rear gardens.
7' 10" x 15' (2.38m x 4.56m)
Again, this room is freshly decorated. Dual aspect windows to front and rear which have casement glass panels.
9' x 11' (2.74m x 3.35m)
Please note the property has a separate room with entrance door and curved stairwell leading to the room. The room has been freshly decorated and has a gas central heating radiator controlled from the main property gas central heating system. This room has three casement windows providing natural light. Brand new carpeting. A wonderful room which can be used for many different purposes.
There is communal yard to front of the property and a communal garden to rear. The shed on the right hand side in the rear garden is included in the sale but is in need of repair. There is also a lockable courtyard to the rear of the building which the residents have access to and a key. This could be used as a clothes drying area.
Heating and Glazing
A brand new gas central heating combi boiler has been installed. Sash and case casement windows.
Andrew H Watt
Delmor Independent Estate Agents &Mortgage Broker
Tel: 01592 201 500
Fax: 01592 202 520
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