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This stylish home offers superb kerb appeal that is matched inside with a practical layout for easy family living. The dining room has views to the front garden, and the kitchen/breakfast area has French doors to the rear garden to enjoy the outdoors. Upstairs, the landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms.
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Enjoying a peaceful location on the edge of Kingseat – one of Fife’s prettiest villages in bloom with its beautiful floral displays – Taylor Wimpey at Kingseat boasts stunning countryside views, and offers an idyllic setting for buyers to the benefit from the gentle pace of village life while remaining easily accessible to both Dunfermline and the city of Edinburgh.
The town centre of Dunfermline is just a few miles away, offering commuters a choice of transport to Edinburgh and beyond by road or rail. There are regular bus services between Kingseat and the surrounding villages, whilst Queen Margaret Train Station in Dunfermline provides convenient services to Edinburgh’s Haymarket and Waverley train stations. The development is also within easy reach of the M90 which provides easy travel to Edinburgh and Glasgow via the Forth Road Bridge, as well as the towns and cities to the north including Perth and Dundee.
The park/ride facility at Halbeath offers convenient bus transfers for commuters with services to and from Aberdeen, Inverness, Dundee, St Andrews, Cupar and Glenrothes, as well as Edinburgh city centre, Edinburgh Airport and a high-frequency service to Dunfermline town centre.
The village itself has a local shop with a post office, and Kingseat Community Leisure Centre offers a great way to immerse yourself into village life. Kingseat Public Park nestles in the centre of the village and boasts a small play park and a seven-a-side football pitch.
There is a good choice of primary and secondary schools within easy reach of Kingseat, and further education is provided at nearby Fife College in Dunfermline.
Shopping and retail facilities are wide and varied in the area, and these include a retail park at nearby Halbeath plus a mix of shops, restaurants and leisure options at Fife Leisure Park.
To keep you active there are a range of local leisure facilities including Townhill Sports Complex which is set within the grounds of Townhill Country Park and offers walking and cycling routes, synthetic playing pitches, tennis courts, football pitches, a children’s play park and a skate park. Canmore Golf Club is also within easy reach of the development for golfers looking to test their swing, and Loch Fitty is a popular spot for local anglers and walkers.
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