Under Offer – Set within an attractive modern development in historic Dunfermline, this bright, south-facing ground-floor flat, with one double bedroom, lies just two miles from town centre amenities and the train station providing frequent services into Edinburgh. The immaculate home is presented with tastefully minimalist interiors and benefits from access to communal garden grounds and residents’ parking.
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The flat is accessed via a communal vestibule with secure entry. On opening the front door, you step into an entrance hall boasting the practical features of built-in storage and oak-style flooring that continues into the reception area.
The bay-fronted living/dining room benefits from all-day sun via double south-facing windows, creating a delightful sitting area with flexible space for furniture. Next door, an equally sunny kitchen incorporates a seated breakfasting area, perfect for casual meals and socialising.
The kitchen complements its neutral décor with stylish wood-toned cabinets and a matching countertop, integrated with an oven and a gas hob. A freestanding washing machine and tall fridge/freezer further equip the space.
Also located within the flat is a sunny, comfortably carpeted double bedroom supplemented by a a built-in wardrobe.
Finally, completing the accommodation on offer, is a simply styled bathroom replete with a WC-suite and a bathtub with an overhead shower and a glazed screen. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure optimum comfort and efficiency.
Externally, the development is set within well-maintained communal grounds with neatly lawned areas and provides its residents access to private parking.
The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline is the second largest town in Fife and is of considerable historic significance with venues such as the Royal Palace and 12th-century Dunfermline Abbey, which is the final resting place of Robert the Bruce.
Alongside its rich heritage, Dunfermline boasts the outstanding facilities associated with a modern town, including a wide range of independent shops, supermarkets and shopping centres, a fantastic selection of cafés, restaurants and bars, plus many social and leisure facilities. The town also boasts two theatres – Alhambra Theatre and Carnegie Hall – both of which host a varied programme of live music, theatre and events. Nearby Fife Leisure Park hosts a 10-screen multiplex cinema, bowling and indoor golf, a Bannatyne Health Club with a gym and spa, a garden world and a good selection of restaurants.
Residents benefit from two golf courses in the surrounding area, as well as unspoilt nature on their doorstep, with woods, lochs and hiking paths all just outside the town. Dunfermline is a popular base for people working in Edinburgh, with frequent train links and the M90 ensuring a swift and convenient commute into the heart of the capital.