£119,000 Fixed Price
A seldom available semi-detached cottage situated within the popular coastal village of Newmills. Bramley Cottage is a traditional sandstone built, two bedroom home located down a quiet road and offers privacy guaranteed. Newmills offers excellent coastal and nature walks, easy access to the M9, M80 and M90 and convenience stores with Dunfermline Town centre offering a wider range of amenities including several large supermarkets and restaurants. A short entrance halls leads to a full length lounge and diner with under stairs storage. The kitchen is located to the rear of the property and comes with ample storage, integrated fridge and freezer along with space for further white goods. The first floor boasts two bedrooms both of which contain built in wardrobes and a family bathroom with shower over the bath, tiling and heated towel rail. Private gardens to the rear, fully enclosed offering security and privacy. The property also boasts a two private parking spaces located to the rear of the property. An excellent home full of charm and character, viewing is highly recommended. GCH and D/G. EPC Rating - C, Council Tax Band - C
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