An historic flat in Culross
Geddes House sits within the grounds of Culross Abbey, with views from the flat over the rambling gardens and grounds of the abbey. It perfectly reflects the period charms of the village, and could make an attractive home with a difference for first time buyers. After a day at work, it could be the perfect place for unwinding.
The upper flat is set within an early nineteenth century building, and features two bedrooms and access to the relaxing garden. The lounge has a period atmosphere with stripped flooboards, a wood-burning stove, high-ceilings and traditional windows with views to historic Culross architecture.
The large dining kitchen has plenty of workspace and storage, tiled floors and space for a dining table. The two double bedrooms are bright and spacious and there is also a family bathroom.
Steps lead down to the south-facing garden with back patio that would be ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. The garden features trees, herbaceous borders, and raised lawn, and is a picturesque, attractive space. Parking can be found to the front of the property.
Culross is set on the north bank of the Forth estuary within the Kingdom of Fife and is steeped in history, being a seventeenth century royal burgh. Culross itself offer a variety of activities for locals and tourists alike and would make a really peaceful, attractive place to live.
Offers over £160,000
2 bed upper flat with 1 public room
ESPC ref: 381667
EPC rating: C
Solicitor: Maloco Associates
Contact details: 01383 285835