Property highlight: South facing views across The Firth of Forth, Versatile 4 bedroom family accommodation.
With exceptional panoramic views to the south across Burntisland bay and the Firth of Forth, 53 Craigkennochie Terrace comprises a substantial detached Victorian villa of traditional stone construction. The generous and versatile accommodation includes vestibule and reception hall with guest cloakroom, a sitting room leading to a more recently added sun room, a dining room, study, a family/TV room, 4 bedrooms, a large family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and a kitchen with a separate utility space leading to the rear paved and walled back garden. The villa retains many period features and further benefits from gas central heating and part double glazing.
Burntisland is a delightful coastal town which lies to the east of the Forth bridges on the shores of the Firth of Forth. Within the town itself there is a selection of shopping for everyday requirements and a popular local primary school. The majority of secondary school pupils attend Kirkcaldy High School. Burntisland is known for its sandy Blue Flag beach, the 15th century Rossend Castle, and its traditional summer fair and Highland games day. To the north of the town, a hill called The Binn is a landmark of the Fife coastline. Burntisland railway station serves the town and provides direct links to Kirkcaldy to the north and Edinburgh to the south. In addition, there is a regular bus services.
Fixtures and Fittings
The fitted carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings and the kitchen appliances are included in the sale.