£370,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 August 2014||£60,000||£245,000|
|26 January 2007||£305,000||N/A|
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The House at West Green is a B Listed partially-attached building dating back to 1681 and was restored along with other buildings in the village by The National Trust for Scotland in the 1970’s. This truly outstanding 17th century 4 Bedroom Townhouse of immense charm and character, boasts a suntrap walled garden and fabulous views across the Forth from this idyllic village setting and has been mentioned on the Historic Scotland’s website to have been a merchant's house from which the boats coming into harbour could be seen. Viewing is essential to appreciate the many wonderful features. The property benefits from 2 private parking spaces directly opposite the house.
Immaculately presented accommodation arranged over three floors allows for spacious and flexible family living, with many windows having that all important south-facing view to the water. Whilst all modern comforts are provided, the house retains a sense of the period in which it was built, with the exterior featuring whitewashed walls, ashlar window surrounds and a clay pantiled roof. Beautiful Delft tiles have been retained in the first floor living room’s fireplace, creating a lovely focal point for this room. Stylish cream units provide more than ample storage space within the large kitchen. Modern white suites feature in the bathroom, shower-room and WC. A high stone wall provides both privacy and shelter within the garden, which sits to the side of the property, thereby enjoying a south-facing aspect and benefiting from maximum sunlight. This is an ideal spot to sit out amongst the elevated planted beds and a stone water feature and enjoy the sun and sea air. Please note the gardens pictures in the brochure have been shot during summer.
The large town of Dunfermline is only a short drive away and provides a large selection of amenities, including retail parks, a cinema complex and a choice of supermarkets. Alloa and Falkirk are also within easy reach. For the commuter, there is easy access to the A985 for journeys to the Forth, Kincardine and Clackmannanshire Bridges and connections to the central motorway networks. Railway Stations can be found nearby in Dunfermline and Alloa, as well as the main hub station at Inverkeithing, where there is also a park and ride facility.
Home Report Value: ï¿½410,000
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