£99,995 Offers over
Due to retirement after twenty four successful years. McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to present to the market a superb opportunity to acquire a well established commercial property which additionally benefits from a three bedroom apartment above. Situated within a popular residential location the coastal town of Dysart offers excellent commuter links.The property which is formed over two levels briefly comprises: A spacious and adaptable retail unit which has been well supported by the local community over the years.The three bedroom apartment above benefits from having a separate main door entrance and has retained many original features.The impressive marble fireplace in the lounge adds to the appeal and the breathtaking views from the generous terrace towards the Firth of Forth and surrounding coastline are stunning.There are three double bedrooms, a well fitted kitchen and a dining area which is split from the lounge with sliding glass doors. The family bathroom with corner bath completes the accommodation internally.
Externally the property offers off street parking and several outbuildings for storage along with a substantial garden offering additional potential (subject to usual planning consents). Extras (Included in the sale) All floor coverings.
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