£99,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 January 2007||£74,250||£4,750|
|30 September 2004||£69,500||£9,500|
|3 October 2003||£60,000||N/A|
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PROPERTY DESCRIPTION This middle floor two bedroomed flat offers spacious accommodation and beautiful views in the centre of Dunfermline. The property comprises from the front entrance a spacious lounge, fitted kitchen which has a integrated gas hob and oven, free standing washing machine and fridge freezer, two good size bedrooms which one offers storage and a shower room. The property benefits from its own front access and a separate garage located near by.
MEASUREMENTS Living Room – 4.0m x 3.8m
Kitchen – 1.7m x 2.3m
Bed 1 – 3.3m x 3.9m
Bed 2 – 2.5m x 2.7m
Shower Room – 1.7m x 1.5m
The bustling and vibrant town of Dunfermline is well connected – to popular commuter routes, the countryside and its historic past. The second largest town in Fife, it has facilities to rival many cities, including a wide selection of supermarkets, independent shops, cafés, restaurants and bars. Culture vultures can step back into the past via attractions such as the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum or the Royal Palace and 11th century Abbey: the final resting place of Robert the Bruce. Those seeking more modern diversions will find plenty to enjoy at the Alhambra theatre in the centre of town. Fife Leisure Park boasts a 10-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling, indoor golf, a Bannatyne's Health Club and wide choice of restaurants, not to mention a large garden centre. Nature lovers will also find plenty to enjoy right on their doorstep, with the 76-acre Pittencrieff Park (known locally as The Glen) just a stone's throw from the town centre and featuring gardens, a tree trail and well-equipped play areas for children. The surrounding area offers a range of prestigious golf courses and a wealth of walking and cycling routes, lochs and woodland. For early years and primary education the property is within the catchment area for Commercial Primary School, followed by secondary education at Dunfermline High School. A popular area for commuters, Dunfermline Town train station offers regular services to the Central Belt and beyond, while the M90 provides a short, direct link to the heart of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport.
EXTRAS INCLUDED IN THE SALE All floor coverings, fixtures and fittings. All Integrated and free standing appliances, all appliances are sold as seen.
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