£119,995 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|31 May 2019||£79,000||N/A|
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FULL DESCRIPTION New to the market this three bedroom mid-terraced house is situated in the Town of Cowdenbeath and will appeal to a first time buyer or buy to let investor. The property has generous accommodation spread over two floors, the lower level comprises, a welcoming hallway, good size lounge, modern fitted galley kitchen with integrated hob, oven, cooker hood and free standing washing machine. The kitchen also has a back door leading to enclosed rear garden with patio area. The upper level comprises, three double bedrooms, one with storage and modern bathroom with three piece suite and overhead shower. The property further benefits from a new Gas Central Heating System and a full Electrical rewire in 2019. Viewing is highly recommend.
MEASUREMENTS Living Room – 4.78m x 4.37m approx.
Kitchen/Diner – 6.37m x 1.85m approx.
Bedroom One – 5.10m x 2.46m approx.
Bedroom Two – 3.26m x 3.21m approx.
Bedroom Three – 4.24m x 2.42m approx.
Bathroom – 1.9m x 1.72m approx.
Cowdenbeath is a town and burgh in south-western Fife, Scotland. It is five miles north-east of Dunfermline and eighteen miles north of the capital, Edinburgh. The town grew up around the extensive coalfields of the area and became a Police Burgh in 1890. The town lies in a low, undulating, arable landscape to the south east of the Ochil Hills. It has many leisure facilities including Leisure Centre with a swimming pool, gym, indoor sports facilities and three all-weather pitches for tennis or football. A small skatepark is situated outside the leisure centre and there are a number of playing fields around the town. It also has three primary schools.
The A92 Fife Regional Road is a motorway-standard dual carriageway road running from the M90 motorway (which runs from Edinburgh to Perth) in Dunfermline to Kirkcaldy (and further to Glenrothes, Dundee and Aberdeen). The A92 bypasses the east of the town with a junction at Bridge Street. Cowdenbeath railway station is just off the High Street, via a steep ramp to/from each platform. It is on the Fife Circle Line with a half-hourly service to Edinburgh (Monday to Saturday daytimes).
The nearby Halbeath Park & Ride, opened in 2014, allows for onward travel to Edinburgh, Edinburgh Airport, and Glasgow
EXTRAS INCLUDED IN THE SALE All floor coverings, fixtures, light fittings. Integrated and freestanding appliances. All appliances are sold as seen.
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