£100,000 Fixed price
SOLD - Traditional end-terraced house in Rosyth with lovely private gardens, 3-bedrooms and 2-reception rooms offering a wonderful opportunity to modernise to your own taste
Traditional end-terrace house
Sunny living/dining room
Fitted galley kitchen
Sunroom with garden access
Free on-street parking
GCH &DG throughout
Council Tax Band - B
EPC Rating - D
Situated on the shores of the Firth of Forth, the suburb of Rosyth is a popular residential town in Fife. Benefiting from excellent transport links to the capital, especially with the completion of the
new bridge, the Queensferry Crossing, and its own train station, Rosyth is ideal for professionals looking for a slower pace of life and more affordable housing than the capital. Known historically for its port and naval activities, the town is growing in popularity as a residential area enjoying the excellent setting of a country town, with the vibrant capital only minutes away. The town offers a wealth of amenities including small retail outlets, three mini supermarkets, eating and dining establishments, banks and a Post Office. There are several reputable nursery and primary school establishments all within close proximity of the accommodation. Secondary schooling is catered for by the larger, nearby neighbouring towns. The surrounding countryside offers excellent outdoor pursuits with water sports clubs at nearby North and South Queensferry.
Home Report Value: £110'000
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