£125,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 November 2017||£75,000||N/A|
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Beautifully presented, three-bedroom, mid-terrace house, set over three storeys. Peacefully situated off-street in an established residential development, in Lumphinnans, Cowdenbeath, Fife. The entrance hall gives access to the ground floor and the stairs leading to the upper floors, and features two storage cupboards. The living room is set to the rear on the first floor, and features carpeted flooring, a central light fitting and ample space for dining furniture. Set to the front, the kitchen is fitted with modern units, marble-effect worktops, a sink with drainer and a tiled surround. Appliances include an integrated oven and electric hob; and a freestanding fridge and a separate freezer. On the second floor, the master bedroom features carpeted flooring, a central light fitting, a Velux-style window, a built-in wardrobe with mirror sliding doors and a bright en-suite shower room; whilst set off the landing a large cupboard offers superb storage. Two further double bedrooms are set on the ground floor, both similarly sized and finished with carpeted flooring and built-in wardrobes with mirror sliding doors. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fitted with a white three-piece suite, an electric shower over the bath and tiled splash walls, and a ladder-style radiator.
Lumphinnans is a small, former mining village, along the B981, offering a short commute to and from Edinburgh via the nearby A92, which connects to the M90. Set between the towns of Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly which both provide a good selection of local shops, with a Morrisons supermarket at Cowdenbeath, as well as a library, banks, and a post office. Other amenities include a leisure centre with a swimming pool and gym, public parklands, a football stadium, and a selection of golf courses available at the doorstep. Within a short walk, the town itself has a local primary school, whilst high schools are available in the neighbouring towns. Dunfermline is the closest larger town, some 6 miles eastwards, with Kirkcaldy 8 miles to the west which offer a further range of high street shops, amenities and leisure facilities. Lumphinnans has bus services offering connection to Edinburgh and Fife; whilst Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly have railway stations, connecting both Edinburgh and other long-distance destinations.
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