£563,000 Offers over
HouseSimple are extremely proud to bring to the market the unique opportunity to purchase this substantial two storey detatched villa, built circa 1930's, that stands on an elevated south facing position with generously proportioned mature gardens.
The property provides a significant family home, retaining original features which are rarely available in todays market, with stunning views across Dunfermline towards the river forth and beyond.
The home itself comprises rear hallway, which leads to the kitchen, separate WC and cloackroom with door then leading to the reception hall, which has stairs to the upper level, door to the drawing room, dining room, entrance vestibule and then leading to the large conservatory.
The mezzanine level has 5th bedroom with a generous en-suite, with upper level giving access to 4 further bedrooms including the master with en-suite and large family bathroom.
There is access to the underground cellar which provides two converted rooms ideal for offices (currently utilised as a music recording studio).
Garden grounds, via wrought iron gates, give access to the driveway leading to the double garage, with electric up & over door.
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