£120,000 Guide Price
NOW £8,000 BELOW HOME REPORT VALUE.. JMc Real Estate are delighted to offer for sale this fabulous top level 4 bedroom maisonette. This unique B listed (circa 1888) property has retained many of its original features and is located in the heart of the town just off Kirkcaldy High Street. The property offers access to all local amenities and is within easy walking distance of the mainline railway station and bus station.
This property is over 2 levels and comprises on the lower level: vestibule, hall, family bathroom, breakfasting kitchen, lounge, family room /dining room, downstairs bedroom, study/work room, large walk in cupboard. Upper level comprises: top landing, 3 bedrooms and large walk in cupboard.
The property has gas central heating and double glazing throughout and there is off street parking available on communal ground to the rear of the property.
Entrance Vestibule: 3'.6” x 3'.6” (1.07m x 1.07m)
A traditional exterior wooden door leads into the vestibule area which has tile effect laminate flooring. A half glazed wooden door leads to the main reception hallway.
Reception Hallway: 17'.6” x 6'.10” (5.33m x 2.10m)
The spacious, welcoming and bright reception hallway leads to the lounge, family / dining room, breakfasting kitchen, downstairs bedroom, family bathroom and study / workroom. The hall itself boasts a generous sized walk in under stair cupboard which has an array of shelves and plenty of storage space, laminate flooring and radiator. A fabulous original real wood spiral staircase leads from the hallway to the upper level.
Family Bathroom: 10' x 4'.10” (3.06m x 1.47m)
This room features original wood panelling, original brass taps and fittings, rear aspect opaque double glazed window, low level WC, pedestal sink and panelled bath with over bath mains shower. Wall tiles, radiator, linoleum flooring and wooden door leading to hallway
Lounge: 14'.5” X 14'.5” (4.39m X 4.39m)
This room features traditional wood panelling with high ceilings and cornice. Original working fireplace and amazing original wooden fire surround. Two large traditional style double glazed windows offer views over the Firth of Forth and beyond. Radiator, laminate flooring, built in display unit and half glazed wooden door leading to the hallway.
Family / Dining Room: 15'.8” x 13' (4.75m x 3.95m)
This room features traditional wood panelling with high ceilings and cornice. Original working fireplace with fantastic original wooden fire surround. Two large traditional style double glazed windows offer views over the Firth of Forth and beyond. Radiator, laminate flooring, built in display unit and half glazed wooden door leading to hallway.
Study / Workroom: 8'.3” x 7'.6” (2.50m x 2.24m)
This room has outside ventilation with a traditional clothes pulley and is currently being used as a drying room and office, linoleum flooring, radiator and wooden door leading to hallway.
Galley kitchen area: 7'.6” x 6' (2.25m x 1.84m). Tiled flooring, built in electric oven, gas hob with extractor fan, good selection of fitted wall units with matching base units and wipe clean work surfaces.
Breakfasting area: 13'.2” x 9'.9” Tiled flooring, large traditional style rear aspect double glazed window, selection of base storage units, sink unit with mixer taps. Matching wall mounted tall cupboards, built in fridge freezer and dishwasher, plumbed for washing machine, radiator and wooden door leading to hallway.
Downstairs Bedroom: 13'.4” x 8'.3” (4.06m x 2.51m)
Nice bright room with rear aspect double glazed window, carpet flooring and radiator
Top Landing: 7'.7” x 5'.4” (2.32m x 1.61m)
Real wood flooring, doors to bedrooms, large walk in cupboard with access door leading to roof eaves storage space. Skylight
Master Bedroom: 19'.0” x 14'.6” (5.81m x 4.40m)
This bright spacious room has a large traditional style double glazed window offering views over the Firth of Forth and beyond, carpet flooring, radiator and wooden door leading to top landing.
Bedroom 1: 13'.3” x 9'.6” (4.02m x 2.82m)
Good sized room with rear aspect double glazed window, carpet flooring and radiator.
Bedroom 2: 13'.3” x 9'.6” (4.02m x 2.28m)
Good sized room with rear aspect double glazed window, carpet flooring, access to roof eaves storage space, radiator
Access to this property is via Whytescauseway and the High Street.
Kirkcaldy is situated on the coast of the Firth of Forth and offers a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities and amenities including a theatre, museum and library. There are nursery, primary, secondary and further education facilities. There are town centre rail and bus stations. The railway station is situated on the main east coast Aberdeen to London line and offers an Edinburgh connection. The bus station has a direct bus to Glasgow. The town is also well placed for access to the motorway network. There is a selection of parks, beaches and coastal paths. There are two 18-hole golf courses.
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