£199,950 Fixed price
There are many reasons to live within the coastal town of Aberdour. The character and beauty of the village, the community, its proximity to Scotland's capital, the train station and the beach.
If you can imagine owning a unique cottage, not on but offset from the Main Street. If you can visualise a building with corniced ceilings and sash and case windows that combines traditional dignity with modern embellishments, but still leaves something for the new owner to do. A home of unusual layout that appreciates an entrance hall with doors to cloaks/wc, separate wet room and two double bedrooms. Also off the hall is this rather special lounge/diner. Over 19 feet, it features rear facing window formation and 2 ceiling velux windows. It offers delightful entrance to well equipped, front kitchen and is a most attractive living space.
Specification to home includes gas fired central heating, carpets, floor coverings and integrated appliances within kitchen.
Title to home includes a small front patio area in front of bedroom and front path that finishes at property but meanders past a delightful section with two, large external stores with covered area in between acting as bin store. The 'garden' cottage houses boiler and modern fuse box. The other is an office, an area to relax or store.
No description of course can give you the 'feel' of this one of home. Internal inspection only can do that.
Across the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh lies the picturesque and much sought after coastal village of Aberdour. The River Mouth of Dour boasts two beaches, one of which is a European blue flag award winner. A 13th Century castle, golf club, church, hotel and a range of quaint coffee and gift shops ensure this is a desirable and attractive commuter village. There is a local primary school and train station. Nearby motorway access points allow commuting south to Edinburgh, north to Kirkcaldy and Perth and West via Kincardine bridge to Glasgow.
Outer door at front to entrance area. Access from here to all rooms.
LOUNGE/ 19'6 x 13'6
The principal public apartment is both charming and appealing. Spacious and stylish. Rear facing windows and two ceiling velux's.
Offers ample space for dining furniture.
KITCHEN 11'2 x 6
A delightful entrance to kitchen, left open to main living area. Completed with wall and base storage units with complimentary worktop surfaces.
One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Integrated gas hob, cooker hood and double oven. Set to front of home with picture windows. Recessed down lighting.
CLOAKROOM 5'2 x 3'10
Pedestal wash hand basin and wc serve cloakroom. Timber lined wall to half level. Opaque window faces to front.
WETROOM 6'7 x 4'1
Tiled walls and walk in shower area with over head deluge shower head compliment wet room. Opaque window faces to front.
BEDROOM 1 13'5 x 13
Both sash and case windows face to front within well proportioned, principal bedroom.
Additional built in, triple mirror door wardrobe allows full useable space of room.
BEDROOM 2 10 x 9'1
Not as large as master, but still a double bedroom.
Rear facing sash and case window.
There are many bungalows and homes on one level built with large, ornamental gardens. Grounds that require regular upkeep. This is not one. Garden area is a front path past two external stores to property and a front patio.
The external stores include garden shed and area we think suitable as study/workshop. Garden shed houses boiler and fuse box.
Gas central heating; Integrated kitchen appliances; Carpets
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