£76,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|21 May 2004||£58,500||N/A|
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Well-presented, two-bedroom, dual aspect, ground-floor flat, set in a traditional stone-built residential building, located close to the town centre in Dunfermline, Fife. Access is gained to the flat via the entrance hall which has wood effect flooring extending through to the living/dining room/kitchen which is to the rear of the property. Fitted units include stone effect worktops and a stainless steel sink, and with appliances including a freestanding cooker with gas hob, fridge and washing machine. Set to the front of the property, bedroom one is bright and well-proportioned and features carpeted flooring, pendant lighting, decorative cornice, a press cupboard and a south-facing recessed window which offers plentiful natural light. Whilst bedroom two is similarly well finished, with a recessed window, plain cornice, carpeted flooring and space for freestanding bedroom furniture. Completing the accommodation, the shower room is fitted with a contemporary three-piece suite with a mains shower, tiled walls and floor.
Dunfermline is a historic town and is the largest in Fife, popular with commuters and within easy access of the M90 motorway with direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee. The town has a wide range of shops, including the covered Kingsgate Shopping Centre, Halbeath Retail Park, and a selection of supermarkets including an ASDA. The thriving community supports a range of amenities and leisure facilities, including Fife Leisure Park, Fife College, and well-regarded schools. Outdoor spaces include Pittencreiff Park, Townhill Park and King George V Park. Dunfermline Railway Station provides regular commuting services to Edinburgh, and there is a frequent bus service, with a convenient Park and Ride at Halbeath.
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