£165,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|6 May 2020||£172,000||£49,000|
|15 July 2016||£123,000||N/A|
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Well presented, two bedroom, mid-terrace house with gardens, set in a quiet residential cul-de-sac, located in the rural village of Charlestown, near Dunfermline. The entrance vestibule affords access to the hall which has carpeted flooring extending onto the stairs leading to the landing and gives access to each room on the ground floor including the utility/WC. Set to the front, the living room has carpeted flooring, a pendant light fitting and a feature wooden mantel fireplace. To the rear, with a door to the garden, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary light grey units, walnut wood effect worktops, a stainless-steel sink, tiled splashbacks and offers ample space for dining furniture. Appliances include an integrated oven and ceramic hob with extractor hood above, and a freestanding washing machine housed in the utility room. Upstairs, well-proportioned bedroom one is set to the front and features carpeted flooring, and numerous built-in wardrobes/storage spaces; whilst set to the rear, bedroom two is similarly well finished, also with a built-in wardrobe. The generously sized bathroom features a four-piece suite with a corner bath and a separate large mains mixer shower cubicle. In addition, the attic with a Ramsay-style ladder, accessed from the hall, has lighting and flooring and offers flexible space for further storage or potential attic conversion (subject to necessary planning permission). Charlestown is a rural village, around one and a half kilometres west of Limekilns and five kilometres south-west of Dunfermline. Idyllically positioned on the northern shore of the Firth of Forth, there is a mix of old stone-built properties, mainly located closer to the shorefront. Primary schooling is located in Limekilns, whilst secondary schooling is close by in Dunfermline. Major retailers and supermarkets can also be found in Dunfermline and local shopping in Rosyth. Well-placed for commuting throughout central and north-east Scotland, the A895 offers quick access to the M90 for connections to Edinburgh and northward to Perth and Dundee, whilst to the west is the Kincardine Bridge over to Stirling, Glasgow, and beyond.
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