£168,000 Offers over
Situated on the eastern fringes of the town of Dunfermline within a popular and well-established modern private residential development, number five is a well-presented three bedroom, two public room town house with a garden and ample parking to the rear.
The front door opens to the hall and onwards into the dining kitchen in here a large window ensures a light, modern, living space. Fresh and modern, this kitchen affords space for dining table and chairs, as well as ample work surface and food preparation area whilst a full height under stair cupboard, takes care of all the essential items not required to be on show. French doors give access to the neat back garden and a guest cloakroom with toilet adds to the benefit. A family room/bedroom is located on the ground floor.
On the first floor is the main lounge and bedroom two, the third floor holds the master bedroom with ensuite shower room and bedroom three. The family bathroom is also on this level.
Externally, a car park to the rear of the house provides off-road parking for several cars and the small garden to the front is laid to mostly to grass. The rear garden is enclosed with defined areas for playing. This remarkable property is in walk-in condition.
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