5 houses you could own in Balmullo

9, Park View, Balmullo, KY16 0DN
Offers over £145,000
2 bedroom Detached

4, Murray Row, Balmullo, KY16 0AF
Offers over £245,000
4 bedroom Detached

Hillview Road, Balmullo, KY16 0DF
Offers over £175,000
3 bedroom Detached

4, Inchlaw, Balmullo, KY16 0EA
Offers over £220,000
4 bedroom Detached

Lucklaw Road, Balmullo, KY16 0AY
Offers over £169,950
3 bedroom Terraced

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Offers over £85,000
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Alloway Drive, Kirkcaldy, KY2 6DX
Offers around £150,000
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Winifred Street, Kirkcaldy, KY2 5ST
Offers over £59,995
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