£210,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|31 March 2006||£149,000||N/A|
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Very spacious, four bedroom, double-upper villa, forming part of a row of impressive Victorian properties, with a private garden. The property is set on a quiet residential street, located in Kirkcaldy, Fife. The ground floor entrance stairway leads up to the entrance hall which serves the first floor and opens into the rear-set, spacious living room which features sanded and varnished floorboards and a fireplace. Open to the living room, the kitchen is fitted with tiled flooring, modern wall and base units, solid hardwood worktops and a composite sink, with space for freestanding appliances. There are two large double bedrooms set to the front of the property, bedroom two enjoying a deep bay window, whilst bedroom three is to the rear, likewise with ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture and a decorative fireplace. The first floor bathroom is fitted with a traditional-style white bathroom suite, a mixer over-bath shower, and tiled walls. On the second floor, with Velux-style windows affording lots of natural light, generously sized bedroom four is set off a hall shared with a modern bathroom including a tiled floor and a contemporary three-piece suite. Kirkcaldy is located on the north coast of the Firth of Forth, and is one of Fife’s principal towns and provides a wide range of retail, cultural and leisure services, as well as primary and secondary schooling, with further education at the Adam Smith College. It is home to a Museum and an Art Gallery, as well as the renowned Adam Smith Theatre. Shopping facilities to be found in the Fife central retail park include a Sainsbury's, B&Q and Next, with many other high street names also to be found in the town centre, whilst the modern Victoria Hospital serves much of Fife. The railway station brings Edinburgh and Dundee within easy commuting distance, whilst the A92 allows easy access to the motorway network and Edinburgh Airport.
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