£240,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|7 January 2013||£170,000||£4,950|
|12 October 2009||£174,950||£53,950|
|1 August 2003||£121,000||N/A|
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DESCRIPTION Closing Date - Wednesday 8th July at 12 noon. 10 Brewery Lane is an end terraced stone-built property simply bursting with charm and character. Located in the heart of Town, this property offers easy access to all local amenities including schools, shopping, bars and restaurants. Internally the property comprises of an entrance hallway with stairs leading to the upper floor, the shower room and access to the kitchen and living room.
The kitchen really is the heart of this home. This is a bright space with neutral décor and flooring throughout. There are both wall and floor mounted units, a Belfast sink, oven hob and hood and a Raeburn. Space for the usual white goods and a table and chairs.
The living room is a charming space with a wooden floor and a built-in storage. There is a multi-fuel stove and a window seat.
Also located on the ground floor is a shower room with wc, wash hand basin and shower cubicle with mains shower.
On the upper floor are three bedrooms. Bedrooms one and two are both double in size with bedroom two benefitting from built in storage. Bedroom three is single in size. The family bathroom is well presented with a bath, wc and wash hand basin. Attractive décor, tiled flooring and a feature window.
Externally. There is a well-presented garden to the front of the property. Enclosed by a charming stone wall and entrance gate, this garden is easily maintained with a patio, chipped area, and a shed. Mature shrubs plants and bushes complete this attractive garden. There is access to a single garage which is a fantastic addition to this centrally located property. EPC - D
MEASUREMENTS LIVING ROOM 20'3 x 13'1
KITCHEN 17'9 x 13'11
BEDROOM 1 14'6 x 10'8
BEDROOM 2 15'10 x 10'2
BEDROOM 3 10'2 x 7'9
BATHROOM 8'8 x 6'7
SHOWER ROOM 9'3 x 5'2
VIEWINGS Viewings are strictly by appointment by calling Morgans on 01577 863424.
MORGANS PROPERTY PACKAGE We provide the complete buying and selling package including a comprehensive estate agency service and full legal service. We are also Mortgage and Financial Advisers. For a FREE PRE-SALE VALUATION, estimate and market appraisal without cost or obligation, contact us on 01577 863424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOCATION The town of Kinross enjoys a scenic setting on the shores of Loch Leven. It is to be found amid panoramic open countryside and surrounding hills. The location offers excellent access to many of Scotland's major cities via the M90 motorway. Kinross benefits from Park and Ride facilities giving commuters easy access to cities including Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee while the rail network can be accessed at Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Inverkeithing and Perth.
Kinross has a newly built Primary School (nursery included) with Secondary education to be found at Kinross Community Campus. The Community Campus also houses Kinross Library, Kinross Museum and has facilities including a dance studio, indoor climbing wall and gymnasium. Public swimming and squash courts are to be found at Loch Leven Leisure Centre. Private schools including Dollar Academy, Kilgraston, Glenalmond, Craigclowan and Strathallan are all within easy reach.
Kinross-shire is an area of natural beauty and offers a wide range of recreational and leisure pursuits including the Loch Leven Heritage Trail, RSPB Loch Leven and Loch Leven Castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567. The area is famous for its numerous Golf courses while other clubs include Tennis, Bowling, Curling, Cricket, Rugby, Cycling and Swimming to name but a few. Kinross-shire has recreational facilities available for all ages.
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Registers of Scotland is a government body responsible for compiling and maintaining property registers. There can be a delay of up to 3 months from when a property is sold to being recorded with Registers of Scotland. We provide house price data for your information only, we do not accept any liability for any errors.
If you have noticed any incorrect information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.