A 'B' listed 18th century end terraced cottage with superb uninterrupted river views to front and most impressive mature gardens to rear. Layout comprises: entrance hallway with access to two double bedrooms on ground floor level. The upper floor provides access to a bright lounge (with storage recess, multi fuel stove and river views), kitchen/breakfast room (with Quartz worktops, slow closing drawers, breakfasting bar, integrated appliances), dining/sitting room (with French doors to garden), modern bathroom, upper landing, master bedroom (with Velux windows and river/garden views), dressing room and en-suite shower room.
The property boasts many fine features including deep window sills, exposed stone walls, oak flooring and ample storage. GCH is installed with double glazed units throughout.
The generous grounds boast a small private garden to front and large mature gardens to rear, which feature a host of flower beds, shrubs, fruit trees, decking, log store, patio area and drying facilities. There is also a fully insulated double glazed summer house/office equipped with power, offering stunning panoramic views of the River Forth and beyond.
The original outbuilding is currently used a utility area, housing washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. There is also good external covered storage to the rear suitable for storing bikes, etc, benefitting from both power and light.
Halketts Hall is set in the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Limekilns (conservation area), which lies on the northern shores of the Firth of Forth. It is surrounded by open countryside and the estate of Lord Elgin, yet only three miles away from Dunfermline.
Limekilns and the neighbouring village of Charlestown feature a dispensing doctors surgery, excellent primary school, yacht, curling and tennis clubs, harbour with boat moorings, restaurant and two friendly public houses. It is steeped in history and also accommodates many high calibre executive homes. Regular bus services operate from the village (including a regular service to Dollar Academy), whilst commuters travel to Edinburgh via the Queensferry Crossing.