A spacious coastal home in Fife
Spread over three levels, 13 High Street offers impressive views to the Firth of Forth and surrounding coastline. With its spacious accommodation, it would make a comfortable family home, where the large back garden would be perfect for those with children and pets. The front of the home is in the traditional, cottage style typical of the East Neuk of Fife, and the long entrance hall leads to staircases going to the upper and lower floors.
At the front of the house is the modern kitchen and dining room with sleek white units and wooden worktops. At the back of the home is the sitting room with French doors, opening onto a balcony overlooking the long back garden and offering views to the Firth of Forth. Also on this floor is utility room and WC.
Going down to the lower level is the master bedroom which features French doors that open onto the garden. There are two further bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
The upper floor is currently used as a large lounge and has stunning views over the Firth of Forth, but it could equally be used as an additional bedroom.
The attractive south facing garden at the back of the home is enclosed by a stone boundary wall. A gate at the bottom of the garden opens onto a driveway with car port providing ample parking for several vehicles.
Kinghorn is an attractive Fife coastal town with a lovely sandy beach, and it has a thriving community with shops to cater for everyday requirements. There is more extensive shopping and recreational facilities in nearby Kirkcaldy. Primary education is within close proximity with secondary education located at Balwearie High School in Kirkcaldy. The beach, golf course and leisure facilities are all easily accessible. The town has its own mainline railway station making this an ideal location for the commuter. In addition to this there is a good local bus route.
Offers over £205,000
3 bed terraced house with 2 public rooms
ESPC ref: 383272
EPC rating: C
Selling solicitor: Thorntons
Contact details: C