£110,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 September 2005||£73,000||N/A|
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Beautifully presented, three-bedroom, end-terrace villa, with well-maintained gardens and a driveway. Set on a corner plot, located in an established residential area in the town of Kelty, Fife. An impressive open-plan living space opens the accommodation, featuring dual-aspect natural light from the front and rear with French patio doors to the garden and ample space for both lounge and dining furniture. In addition, there is stylish modern flooring, a feature fireplace, and an under-stair storage cupboard. A separate kitchen also has a door to the rear garden, space for a breakfast table and recessed spotlighting. Quality fitted units and worktops include a sink with drainer, washing machine, fridge/freezer, and an integrated microwave, oven and five-ring gas hob with a canopy above. On the first floor, three flexible bedrooms all feature modern wood-effect flooring and built-in wardrobes. Completing the accommodation, the generous bathroom is fitted with a contemporary suite, including a mains shower over the bath, a tall ladder-style radiator, and recessed spotlighting.
The town of Kelty is set amid lovely open green spaces such as Lochore Meadows Country Park, Loch Leven and Loch Fitty. The area is well served for schooling at all levels with multiple primaries in the area and secondary schooling provided by nearby Beath High School in Cowdenbeath, and Kinross High School further afield. Kelty is well-placed for commuting as it is adjacent to the M90 motorway with easy access to Edinburgh, Perth, Kinross and Dunfermline. A former coal mining village in the heart of Fife, the town has a good range of local shopping throughout, with a 'mobile' bank, churches, a bowling club and other central amenities, and there are regular bus services to the main neighbouring towns of Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline and Kinross. Nearby Dunfermline offers a large retail park, an ASDA superstore, a leisure park with an Odeon cinema, and theatre and sports facilities. The neighbouring town of Kinross sits beside Loch Leven, the largest loch of the Scottish lowlands, and offers further amenities and outdoor recreation activities such as a golf course and 13 miles of walking and cycling trails.
Council Tax Band: B
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