£225,000 Offers Over
Rare opportunity to acquire this four bedroom detached home situated within the popular coastal village of Torryburn. 62 Main Street known as 'Craigmyle' is a seldom found property situated along the main street of Torryburn offering flexible accommodation throughout. Excellent for amenities, coastal and woodland walks and commuting to Edinburgh and the Kincardine Bridge. Internally the property boasts a front facing lounge with wood burning stove, rear facing dining kitchen with ample floor and wall mounted storage leading to a spacious utility room with access onto the enclosed rear garden. Two bedrooms are located off the hallway with one of the bedrooms currently utilised as a dining room. A family bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms with additional eaves storage and a further bathroom with shower over the bath. Externally the property boasts an expansive rear garden that viewing will confirm and an additional storage shed. To the front there is a driveway for one car and ample on street parking. Excellent family home in a quiet village location and viewing is highly recommended. GCH and D/G. EPC Rating – E, Council Tax Band – E.
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