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67 High Street is a substantial property located in the heart of Kinross. This property is full of charm and character and covers three floors. On the ground floor is a garden room/bedroom five giving access to the garden and a shower room with WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. Stairs to the first floor.
On the first floor are two large reception rooms, one currently used as a sitting room and the second as a formal dining space. Both rooms are beautifully presented and each has a feature fire place, wooden flooring, working shutters and the dining room has lovely views over the rear garden.
There is a charming kitchen with space for white goods.
All four bedrooms are generous in size and well presented. Three are on the first floor with the fourth being on the second floor. All come with a feature fire place and working shutters.
The family bathroom has a three piece suite with wash hand basin, WC and bath. There is an electric shower over the bath.
There is a storage space on the second floor currently used as a small study.
Externally the property has a large garden to the rear. There is a well maintained lawn, an array of mature shrubs and plants as well as a patio and three sheds.
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