£225,000 Offers over
Superb Modern Detached Villa situated in a highly sought after commuter town. This exceptional family home features an attractive lounge with pleasant open southerly aspect and an impressive dining kitchen with french doors leading to the enclosed rear gardens.
This excellent family home is situated in a popular modern development which is adjacent to the countryside between Dalgety Bay and Aberdour. Dalgety Bay is an extremely popular commuter town situated approximately 3 miles from the Forth road bridge. The town has well regarded primary schools, a good range of local shops including supermarkets, restaurants/pubs, hot food takeaways and a café/ice cream parlour. There is a leisure centre, tennis club and sailing club. There is access to the stunning Fife coastal path and nearby Aberdour has a blue flag beach, an attractive harbour and 18 hole golf course. The town is serviced by a railway station with direct Edinburgh connection.
Lounge - 5.15m x 4.14mDining Kitchen - 4.93m x 4.11mUtility Room - 1.90m x 1.23mCloakroom WC - 1.90m x 1.57mMaster Bedroom - 2.91m x 3.39mEn Suite - 1.88m x 2.14mBedroom Two - 4.32m x 2.68mBedroom Three - 3.76m x 2.24mBedroom Four - 2.90m x 2.28m
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