£260,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 August 2004||£185,000||N/A|
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Exceptionally spacious, six-bedroom, detached family home, with large private gardens. Set on a quiet, residential street, located in a desirable area of Glenrothes in Fife. The entrance hall has wood effect flooring, carpeted stairs leading to the landing, two large cupboards and serves the WC and the generously sized bedroom six. Also off the hall, the bright and very spacious front-facing living room features large windows and French doors extending through into the family room which affords access to the rear garden. The kitchen/dining room, which can be accessed both from the hall and family room, is fitted with contemporary units and stone effect worktops, a grey resin sink and an electric range-style cooker with extractor hood; while the utility room provides space for further white goods. Upstairs the rear-facing master bedroom has carpeted flooring, an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes with sliding doors; similarly, front-facing bedroom four also features fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two and three are set to the rear, whilst bedroom five is set to the front and can be used as a study. The family bathroom features a white three-piece suite with a mains mixer over-bath shower and tiled splashbacks. Glenrothes is Fife's third-largest town, with a mixture of residential properties throughout. Retail opportunities include the Kingdom Shopping Centre, with a broad range of high-street names, with supermarkets including an ASDA, ALDI, Lidl and Marks & Spencer. The Michael Woods Centre provides extensive modern sport and leisure facilities, whilst Glenrothes boasts its very own 18-hole golf course, cinema and theatre in the Rothes Halls. Both primary and secondary schooling are well provided for, with further education available at The Adam Smith College at the Stenton campus of Fife College. For the commuter, the A92 allows rapid access to Edinburgh and the central belt and there are railway stations at both Thornton and Markinch.
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