3 houses you could own in Crossford (Fife)

34 Meadow View, Crossford, KY12 8NT
Offers over £123,950

Valuation: £125,000

3 bedroom End-Terraced

Melita House, Knockhouse Road, Crossford (Fife), KY12 8PX
Offers Over £320,000

Valuation: £400,000

4 bedroom Detached

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Tarvit Drive, Cupar, KY15 5BJ
Offers around £155,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

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

8, Cowbakie Crescent, Leuchars, KY16 0EF
Offers over £165,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

Nether Street, Kirkcaldy, KY1 2QD
Offers over £114,000
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Tower Terrace, Kirkcaldy, KY1 3BB
Fixed price £90,000
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Laburnum Road, Methil, Leven, KY8 2HB
Offers over £86,000
2 bedroom Bungalow

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    Houses for sale in Fife

    Fife is a council area in Scotland, a peninsula situated on the East Coast between the Firth of Tay and the Firth of Forth.

    Fife is Scotland's third largest local authority area by population, one third of that population live in its three principle towns of Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and Glenrothes. St Andrews, Dalgety Bay, Rosyth, Methil and Cowdenbeath are also sizeable towns in Fife but there are many smaller towns and villages including Cupar, Inverkeithing, Lochgelly and Anstruther.

    From delightful fishing villages to larger towns, Fife is great area for living and experiencing the outdoors. There are a number of scenic coastal routes for walking and cycling, fantastic watersports and historic sites including Dunfermline Abbey, Balgonie Castle and Culross Castle. Not to mention, St Andrews, the "home of golf", with its seven golf courses.

    Almost all traffic into Fife passes over one of the three bridges, the Forth Road Bridge, the Kincardine Bridge or the Tay Bridge.