£295,000 Offers Over
A seldom available traditional Georgian townhouse forming part of a 'B' listed house dating back to 1835. Located on an elevated plot within a central Dunfermline locale and close to local amenities with Dunfermline Town centre a short walk away and Dunfermline Railway station only a quarter of a mile away offering access to and from Edinburgh. The accommodation is formed over three levels with the property accessed by a stone column and canopy entrance leading to a large vestibule. South facing lounge with full height ceilings and sash and case windows with separate formal dining room and dining kitchen with appliances. A generous family room is located on the lower level as well as a further box room, utility room and bedroom which can double as an office. The lower level also boasts a separate bathroom and could be utilised as an annex or separate office space. On the first floor the master bedroom offers views south and boasts a master en suite shower room while two further double bedrooms are also located on this floor. Immaculately presented throughout with period features. Large garden grounds to the front, side and rear mostly laid to lawn with summerhouse. Driveway. EPC Rating - C , Council Tax Band - F
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