£100,000 Fixed Price
Very special apartment on the first floor of a magnificent and substantial Grade 'B' Listed building which lies 3/4 of a mile to NE of Kirkcaldy town centre. Braehead House overlooks the Firth of Forth from its terraced garden elevation. It was originally built as the headquarters of Nairn's Linoleum Ltd in 1939 and then professionally converted to form luxury executive apartments in 1994. Excellent town centre facilities and amenities are available within a few minutes walk, including the train station.
Entrance is via the main security door at the front, which you will arrive at after entering the walled and gated private gardens and parked in the common parking area at the front of the house. Entering into the spectacular main grand hall you will find a lift and a staircase leading to this apartment which is located on the first floor.
This exclusive property boasts a well maintained Leisure Suite for residents and guests and comprises a Steam Room, Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, Solarium and Snooker Room. There is also a Library as well as a communal refuse chute and designated store rooms. There is a designated owner's car parking space outside the window to the east of the building and there is also communal parking for guests available within the grounds. Pristine and spacious communal landscaped gardens surround the building and include a private patio area with seating. The property is Factored by The Proprietors Association in Braehead House who look after maintenance and communal facilities and a brochure has been produced which covers all aspects of this and it is available on request. Factoring charges for this property currently cost £109.51 per month and this includes common block building insurance, building maintenance, caretaker, cleaning, full leisure suite access and services, and gardening services for communal areas.
Kirkcaldy boasts a wide range of shopping and recreational facilities including a new swimming and leisure complex, a theatre, a museum, a library and lovely parks. There is a good selection of nursery, primary, secondary and further education facilities. The town has its own bus and rail stations, with rail links to Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee and beyond and for the driving commuter there is easy access to the A92.
The accommodation itself is spacious, well maintained and has plenty cupboard space. Unique features include high ceilings, a full length feature windows in the lounge and decorative balcony. There is also a good sized, well appointed modern breakfasting kitchen with appliances and plenty space for some dining furniture. There is DG & GCH throughout the apartment.
Lounge 18'09 x 12'07
Breakfasting Kitchen 12'07 x 10'01
Bedroom 11'09 x 11'09
Bathroom 7' x 5'07
Walled and Landscaped Communal Gardens
Designated Car Parking Space and Visitors Parking
Communal Facilities including Swimming Pool, Gymnasium, Steam Room, Solarium and Snooker Room.
Home Report Value £100,000
Council Tax Band D
Energy Performance Certificate C
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