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The plot of land is located in the popular village of Low Valleyfield which provides local amenities (in nearby Newmills and Culross) of shops and schools with bus and road links taking you into Dunfermline city centre which provides a larger selection of shops, schools, bars restaurants and public transport of bus and rail links making the area an ideal commuter base to Edinburgh, throughout Fife and East Central Scotland.
The village is also well placed for access to the A985 towards Kincardine Bridge and the West. The Royal Burgh of Culross (National Trust for Scotland) lies twelve-miles West of the Forth Road Bridge and is a picturesque coastal village dating back to medieval times. 16th and 17th Century Culross was a thriving community and sea port, as evidenced by the architectural style of the village and surrounding properties of the period.
The village looks across the River Forth complimenting Culross’ natural beauty. It benefits from a full range of local amenities, primary school, shop, Post Office, local pubs and of course the historical Palace and grounds. Easy access is gained to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the West.There is a regular and reliable bus service providing transport to other West Fife villages or nearby Kincardine and Dunfermline where a wider range of amenities can be found.
The plans show a spacious modern layout of lounge, kitchen/dining, utility and bathroom on ground floor and master bedroom (with ensuite), 2 further double bedrooms and family bathroom on 1st floor. There will be 2 allocated parking spaces and ample garden grounds to surround this development.
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