£359,995 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to bring to the market this unique 9-bedroom home with the potential to be used as a guest house, located in the desirable town of Dunfermline. Within a short distance to the town centre and all commuter links. The detached property is set on an elevated position with delightful views offering a wealth of accommodation. The ground floor consists of main door access and a spacious hallway giving access to most rooms. A lounge, sitting room, bedroom 1 with en-suite, bedroom 2 and family bathroom. A dining room can be found at the rear giving access to the spacious family kitchen and rear access point. The first floor consists of a further 7 bedrooms with 2 shower rooms and a cloakroom. All bedroom's range is size offering a multitude of uses and the shower rooms both consist of a walk-in shower, basin and WC. The large garden is laid to lawn offering a spacious private area to enjoy in those summer months. Ample on street parking can be found to the side of the property.
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