Levenbridge Place , Kinross, KY13 8FL
Fixed Price £194,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

Levenbridge Place, Kinross, Kinross, KY13 8FL
Fixed Price £270,000
3 bedroom Bungalow

Levenbridge Place, Kinross, KY13 8FL
Fixed Price £290,000
3 bedroom Bungalow

Levenbridge Place, Kinross, KY13 8FL
Fixed Price £265,000
4 bedroom Detached

34 Blackburn Drive, Cowdenbeath, KY4 9LJ
Offers over £92,000
3 bedroom Terraced

20 Blackburn Drive, Cowdenbeath, KY4 9LJ
Offers over £89,950
3 bedroom Terraced

12 Boghall Farm Cottages Biggar Road, Hillend, EH10 7DX
Offers over £385,000
4 bedroom Detached

29 Woodside Street, Rosyth, KY11 2JR
Offers over £93,000
3 bedroom Terraced

14 Garden Court, Townhill, Dunfermline, KY12 0HU
Offers over £99,950
2 bedroom Terraced

15 Queens Gardens, Anstruther, KY10 3BU
Offers over £174,995
3 bedroom Terraced

Bethune Cottage, Monkswell Road, Newburgh, KY14 6AF
Offers over £260,000
4 bedroom Detached

5, William Payne Court, Tayport, DD6 9NU
Offers over £85,000
2 bedroom Detached

Ballinbreich Terrace, Leslie, Glenrothes, KY6 3HA
Offers over £200,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

The Cottage, 67, Bonnygate, Cupar, KY15 4BY
Offers over £99,950
2 bedroom End-Terraced

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