£125,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present to the market this second-floor apartment in the city of Dunfermline. Within walking distance to the train station and town centre, 10 Erskine Beveridge Court is a beautifully appointed apartment set within the attractive walls of the former silk mill. The property has been well maintained both inside and out and is presented to the market in truly move-in condition. This second-floor apartment is quality and elegant with fine volumes flooded with natural light. On entering the property the hallway gives access to all areas of the property. The lounge is set to the front of the property with large windows flooding the room with natural light. The kitchen is a spacious size with a good range of floor and base units. The double bedroom is a generous size and has built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom has a three piece white suite with shower over. This completes the accommodation internally. There are well-maintained communal gardens to front and rear and plentiful parking spaces including ample visitor parking. This home is in a central location, ideal for the train station, bus station and local shops.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on Dunfermline 01383 660 570
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