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£399,999 Offers over

Dalmeny View, Dalgety Bay, Fife, KY11 9LU

5 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

For a 'Forever House' buyers will have a list of needs and wants. Features they require and those they would love. The right address, large garden grounds, developed but with further potential. At least 4 bedrooms, maybe 5, all double, if possible.
The discerning buyer would love an address with River Views and perhaps a raised platform, a viewing balcony from which to savour them. A garden that is not only large, but private and interesting. Punctuated by decking and external work areas, stores and sheds.
An interior that has character, space and style. Designed to take full advantage of the privileged position and the stunning aspects it appreciates.

REM are proud to present to the market one such home. Unique, well proportioned and among the finest in the coastal town.

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.
Education wise the town has playgroup, out of school club, mother and toddlers group, pre- school and 2 excellent local primary schools. Sports and leisure centre are complimented by Badminton and bowling clubs. With recreational pursuits and societies to number, astronomy, folk and cricket clubs.

Double glazed outer door to side of subjects gives access to entrance hall. Doors from here to 5 double bedrooms, utility and shower room.

BEDROOM 1 14'7 x 12'10
Principal bedroom is substantial, double glazed and rear facing.

Built into apartment is 4 door wardrobe.

BEDROOM 2 14'7 x 9'5
This second double bedroom is rear facing and again of excellent proportions.
Set to rear of home. Two double wardrobes fitted within room.

BEDROOM 3 14'7 x 9'10
Third double bedroom is of excellent size and again features double wardrobe to allow full useable space of room.
Rear facing and double glazed with aspect to garden.

BEDROOM 4 14'9 x 11'7
Four of the five double bedrooms have built in wardrobes.

So this rear facing bedroom is again finished with double wardrobe.

BEDROOM 5 10'2 x 8'2
Appointed off hall, this adaptable apartment could serve as second study, additional public room or fifth bedroom.

SHOWER ROOM 8'1 x 3'9
Pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle serves room. Finished with wet wall and opaque double glazed window facing to front.

Separate, purpose built, ground floor 'American laundry room'. Fitted with wall and base storage units and stainless steel sink with double drainers.
Double glazed door to garden.

Reached via stairway from hall with access given to lounge, sitting room, kitchen, study and bathroom.

LOUNGE 18 x 17
The property's skilful design ensures all three, principal public apartments are set to rear of home to take maximum advantage of the outstanding aspects.

A wall of rear facing glass sets off this room, framing the view. Doors give access to raised sun terrace.

View taken from Lounge.

This bespoke, external balcony stretches the whole length of the home. Serving lounge, dining room, kitchen and sitting room.

CLOAKS/WC 7'5 x 6'3
Two cupboards are built into first floor cloakroom. Opaque double glazed window.

KITCHEN/ 19'6 x 14'6
There are of course many focal points to this extraordinary house. The internal ones feature a kitchen open to dining room with rear facing glass offering divine River views.

Kitchen is completed with gas hob, electric double oven and cooker hood. Wall and base storage units with wine wrack.

Offers ample space for family dining furniture. It could be closed to form a single, public apartment in its own right. A formal dining room that still allows sumptuous views from the room. Access given to lounge.

There is a partial partition between kitchen and diner but it is principally and deliberately, open plan.

SITTING ROOM 18'4 x 11'10
A third public room that we would describe as 'to die for'.

Spacious and dominated by the glass that gives access to terrace and the accompanying windows that allow views over the River forth. Finished with timber floor.

STUDY 10'6 x 7'10
A curious, side facing apartment with double glazed, side facing window. A study, a store, an area for books, toys or hobbies.

BATHROOM 9'2 x 7'6
Pedestal wash hand basin, wc and bath serve family bathroom. Opaque, double glazed window.

The extensive hard standing area in front of garage offers parking for many vehicles. Finishing at double garage with front up and over door. Side door gives access to garden.

Front garden has large driveway, paved and stone chipped sections.

Side garden grounds are large, attractive and feature stone chipped area, cultivated section and the start of a 26 foot, purpose built decked area that wraps round the side and rear of subjects.

Within the front garden is a prized asset. A studio(17'10 x 15'4) with bespoke decking in front.

The rear garden grounds are laid to lawn, feature mature woodland and are punctuated by this second timber structure, presently in use as games room.

Gas warm air heating; Double glazing; Integrated gas hob, electric, double oven &cooker hood; Carpets;

This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.


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Property History

  • Property added on 5 September 2017
  • Property Under Offer on 28 October 2017
  • New price Offers over £399,999 as of 27 September 2017
    Was: Offers over £425,000
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