£135,000 Offers over
The duel appeal of this ATTRACTIVE, SEMI DETACHED VILLA is in the presentation of the spacious, well laid out interior and the delightful, generous garden grounds that compliment subjects. Stretching at rear to stone wall, the woodland beyond provides an impressive backdrop.
Outer door at front of home to vestibule. Access from here to 18 foot lounge with central fireplace. Door to well equipped, modern kitchen/diner with integrated appliances. Glazed and timber rear porch is behind kitchen and gives access to gardens.
At first floor are two double bedrooms, both served with wardrobes with either able to act as master. Three quarter tiled bathroom completes interior.
Subjects are double glazed benefit from gas fired central heating and will be sold with integrated kitchen appliances, carpets and blinds. Additional embellishments include quality timber fascia's and finishing's, handrail and additional, bespoke wardrobes within rear bedroom.
Title to home includes large side driveway finishing at garage.
Five miles South East of Dunfermline and fourteen miles from Edinburgh, Dalgety Bay is a desirable and now a well established coastal town. Beautifully appointed on the North shore of the Firth of Forth the town has historical links dating back over 800 years.
An excellent environment for commuters, family home buyers and those seeking property in a desirable address, Dalgety Bay is popular with young children, teenagers and adults alike. This is largely due to the prized residential setting with open country walks and coastal path (to Aberdour and beyond) and the wide range of facilities and amenities. Shopping facilities include supermarket, bank, restaurants and bars. There is a large medical centre and recreational facilities to include sports/leisure centre, squash tennis courts and sailing club.
Local train halt and bus service compliment excellent motorway links to A90/M90 network with ease of commute to Edinburgh in the South and northerly main centres, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Perth. Access via Kincardine Bridge to Glasgow in the West.
Boasting a rich heritage, remnants of Dalgety Bay's famous history include St Bridget's, a former parish kirk, the now resuscitated Donibristle, the former seat of the Earls of Moray and the old castle that is Fordell.
Outer door at front to greeting vestibule. Door to lounge.
LOUNGE 18'1 x 13
Could be lounge/diner or used as one substantial, single, public apartment. Completed with central fireplace housing gas fire. Double glazed window formation faces to front. Door to kitchen.
KITCHEN/DINER 13 x 8'7
The adaptability of interior allows you to dine within lounge, here, or rear sun porch. Kitchen is well fitted and completed with wall and base storage units with complimentary worktop surfaces. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Integrated gas hob, electric oven, cooker hood and fridge/freezer. Finished with tiled floor.
Door to rear porch.
REAR PORCH 12'3 x 8'4
Glazed and timber extension to property with door to garden.
Stairway from within lounge to upper hall. Completed with built in cupboard. Hatch to attic. Doors to both double bedrooms and bathroom.
BEDROOM 1 13'2 x 9
Front facing, double bedroom in use as master. Double glazed with fitted wardrobe.
BEDROOM 2 11'1 x 8'7
Bespoke, full wall wardrobes within rear facing, double bedroom. Double glazed windows frame attractive aspect over garden grounds to stone wall and woodland beyond.
Three quarter tiled bathroom has three peice suite to include bath, wc and wash hand basin. Chrome radiator. Over bath shower with screen.
Driveway at side of home allows parking for several vehicles. Finishing at garage with front up and over door. Side door to garden.
Monoblocked driveway at side. Front lawn with path. The level and attractive rear gardens are laid to lawn. Generous, they extend to stone wall. Natural woodland beyond provides a delightful backdrop.
Gas central heating; Double glazing; Carpets; Blinds; Integrated hob, oven, cooker hood &fridge/freezer;
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