£325,000 Offers over
Sold STC. Rarely available stone built terraced house (circa 1850) forming part of the Queensferry Conservation Area, in the heart of the town, providing breathtaking panoramic views over the Firth of Forth towards the historic Bridges from rear windows.
In need of some refurbishment and repairs the accommodation provides superb potential for new buyers to create an amazing, waterfront home therefore internal viewing is highly recommended. To the rear the property has an extension which is currently being used as a light and airy lounge with direct access to the decked patio and private walled garden which benefits from gate access to the waters edge. There is an attractive open plan dining kitchen which has a range of base and wall mounted units with co-ordinating work surfaces. To the lower floor there is also a useful study, bedroom and an appealing modern bathroom comprising classic white three-piece suite. Finally, to the upper floor there is a large double bedroom with dressing room/nursery room off and bright and sunny twin windowed bedroom to rear enjoys spectacular views beyond. There are sash &case windows, gas central heating, good built in storage/wardrobes.
The private walled garden to rear with raised decked patio enjoys breathtaking panoramic views over the Firth of Forth to the historic bridges beyond. Non-metered parking is available in the area.
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