£130,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 July 2018||£104,000||£22,005|
|24 February 2006||£81,995||£20,317|
|19 August 2005||£61,678||N/A|
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Spacious and well-presented, traditional, two-bedroom, end-terrace home with a large, private garden. Conveniently located in an established residential development, in the popular commuting town of Rosyth, near Dunfermine, Fife. A bright entrance hall leads into a living/dining room on the right. Offering a flexible floorplan for both lounge and dining furniture, the spacious public room benefits from soft-toned decor and carpeting, an abundance of natural light and an attractive, feature fireplace. Enjoying convenient direct access, and opening onto the rear garden, a kitchen is fitted with wood-effect units, stone-effect worktops, stylish, splashback tiling, a sink with a drainer, an integrated oven, an induction hob and a stainless-streel canopy. Upstairs, a naturally-lit landing, with storage, leads to two well-proportioned, versatile double bedrooms, both featuring tasteful decor, modern, wood-effect flooring and fitted wardrobe storage. Completing the accommodation, a bathroom is fitted with a white, three-piece suite, a shower-over-bath, vanity storage, a ladder-style radiator and tiled splash walls.
Rosyth, on the northern banks of the Forth in Fife, is famous for its Royal Navy Dockyard, and lies adjacent to the towns of Inverkeithing and Dunfermline. Conveniently situated for access to the M90, Forth Road Bridge, Ferry Toll Park & Ride, and Inverkeithing Rail Station, the town is ideal for commuters. Good local shopping and amenities can be found locally, whilst a short drive takes you to the city of Dunfermline, which provides a larger selection of high-street shopping, supermarkets, schools, bars, restaurants, and also further bus and rail links. Primary schools and a nursery are also within close proximity.
Council Tax Band: B
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