Closing Date 7th Sept. 12 Noon
A modern executive detached villa offered to the market in move in condition. 38 Maclean Walk sits within an enviable corner plot, within a highly desirable residential setting. Popular among family buyers, the area is perfect for amenities and transport links with Rosyth Train Station a short walk from...
Closing Date 7th Sept. 12 Noon
A modern executive detached villa offered to the market in move in condition. 38 Maclean Walk sits within an enviable corner plot, within a highly desirable residential setting. Popular among family buyers, the area is perfect for amenities and transport links with Rosyth Train Station a short walk from the property as well as the M90 motorway, making it perfect for those commuting to Edinburgh and Glasgow. The property benefits from Gas Central Heating, double glazing, off street parking and recently laid carpets in most rooms.
Accommodation is arranged over two levels. The lower level comprises reception hallway that gives access to the lounge and sitting room. The lounge is naturally bright and is open plan to the dining area which has patio doors giving access to the rear garden. The good size kitchen has a range of base and wall units, complementary work tops, gas hob and electric oven. The kitchen has space for a dining table. The utility room is just off the kitchen giving additional storage units and gives access to the WC. The current owners have converted the garage giving additional useful living space.
The upper level has four good size bedrooms with the master having an en-suite shower. The family bathroom has a three piece suite with separate shower cubicle.
Externally there are mature low maintenance gardens to the front and rear which are primary laid to lawn. There is a timber decking area located in the corner of the rear garden. A selection of mature trees and shrubs adds to the ambience of the property.
A tarmacadam driveway gives ample off street parking.
The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline is of considerable historic interest and is the resting place of King Robert the Bruce. Carnegie's Birthplace museum, the Abbey and Abbot House reflect the historic interest of the City, whilst recent developments have seen Dunfermline move into the modern era with Carnegie Museum and Library. Dunfermline is located approximately five miles from the Forth Road bridges and is therefore particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh and many parts of the central belt with easy access to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the West. It benefits from a full range of shops, social and leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern City. The local railway stations provide a regular service to Edinburgh with intercity links to other parts of the UK. There are regular and convenient bus services both local and national.
6.88 m X 3.9 m / 22'7" X 12'10"
5.09 m X 2.3 m / 16'8" X 7'7"
2.59 m X 4.7 m / 8'6" X 15'5"
3.72 m X 2.92 m / 12'2" X 9'7"
3.02 m X 2.4 m / 9'11" X 7'10"
3.85 m X 2.5 m / 12'8" X 8'2"
2.37 m X 2.66 m / 7'9" X 8'9"
1.63 m X 1.79 m / 5'4" X 5'10"
2 m X 2.37 m / 6'7" X 7'9"
2.08 m X 3.69 m / 6'10" X 12'1"
1.82 m X 1.96 m / 5'12" X 6'5"
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