An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this bright and spacious two bedroom double upper flat, situated in an excellent central location. The flat is just a short stroll from the beautiful open green space and recreational facilities offered at Beveridge Park with landscaped park, flower gardens, a boating lake, sports pitches...
An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire this bright and spacious two bedroom double upper flat, situated in an excellent central location. The flat is just a short stroll from the beautiful open green space and recreational facilities offered at Beveridge Park with landscaped park, flower gardens, a boating lake, sports pitches and woodland walking trails. The property does now require upgrading and offers excellent potential to become a lovely starter home. The accommodation comprises ground floor; entrance vestibule, large hallway, dining kitchen, bedroom one with two fitted storage cupboards and family sized bathroom with large window. A carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade leads to the upper landing and is flooded with natural borrowed light from the exceptionally spacious living room, the second bedroom is also located off the upper landing. The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and good storage facilities. Externally there is a communal garden located to the rear of the property with large shed, shared stone-built washhouse and external under stair storage cupboard. There is ample on street parking available to the front. This property will appeal to a variety of buyers and viewing is highly recommended.
Kirkcaldy benefits from local shopping located at the town centre and Fife Retail park along with recreational facilities including, leisure centre, theatre, museum, beach, restaurants, Beveridge Park, fishing at Raith Lake and tennis club to name a few. The beach is a just a short drive from the property and is a good place to get away from it all and enjoy a day out. The Fife Coastal Path is about 10 minute walk from the beach and is a good place to go wildlife-watching. There are also views over the Firth of Forth. Leisurely, family walks can also be enjoyed at Ravenscraig Park which is just a short drive away from the property where you can explore pleasant woodland that again connects to the Fife coastal path and you can discover Ravenscraig castle and there is also a large outdoor children's play area and the vibrant Dysart Harbour is just a short drive away, you can visit the historic harbourmasters house with café where you can find out more about the famous Fife Coastal Path. The town has its own mainline railway station making this an ideal location for the commuter. Schooling is also well represented with the following schools falling within the catchment area for the property; Dunnikier primary, Balwearie high school , St Marie's primary and St Andrew's high school. There are good links to the motorway system allowing Dundee, Glenrothes, Dunfermline and Edinburgh all to be reached within a comfortable drive. In addition to this there is a good local bus routes.
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