Boyd Legal are delighted to present to the market this rarely available 5-bedroom semi-detached bungalow, now requiring some modernisation, located in the well-established residential area of Kirkcaldy. The property is conveniently placed to take advantage of the local shopping facilities and comprises: a large entrance hallway, a...
Boyd Legal are delighted to present to the market this rarely available 5-bedroom semi-detached bungalow, now requiring some modernisation, located in the well-established residential area of Kirkcaldy. The property is conveniently placed to take advantage of the local shopping facilities and comprises: a large entrance hallway, a beautifully bright and spacious bay windowed lounge with feature brick fire surround and TV display, the kitchen is fitted with solid wood base and wall mounted units with space to accommodate a free-standing cooker and washing machine, a door gives access to the rear garden. The formal dining room is light and airy with patio doors giving direct access to the rear garden. There are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom with white suite. A carpeted staircase leads to the upper level giving access to two further good-sized bedrooms and a door from the landing gives access to the large attic space. The property further benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, except for the upstairs bedrooms. Externally there is a small private garden to the front, which has a red chip path to the front door and an area containing shrubs and a large paved driveway, which could easily accommodate parking for up to two cars. The child safe rear garden is fully enclosed and is mostly laid to lawn and is surrounded by mature trees. There is ample on street parking available to the front of the property. This property offers lots of potential to make the perfect family home and viewing is therefore highly recommended.
Kirkcaldy, ‘The Lang Toun’ is one of Fife’s principal towns and provides a wide range of retail, cultural and leisure services as well as primary, secondary and further education at the Adam Smith College. A thriving Fife town to the north of Dunfermline and the Forth Bridges, Kirkcaldy has excellent shopping facilities including the Mercat shopping centre. In addition, Kirkcaldy has four secondary schools and twelve primary schools. One of the great attractions of Kirkcaldy is its excellent commuter network with rail station and good arterial connections: Edinburgh (25miles), Glasgow (46), Dundee (29), Perth (35) and Edinburgh Airport (18) are all within easy access via road and rail. For those who enjoy the outdoors, Dunnikier Park which has a cricket club, Ravenscraig Park and Beveridge Park with a boating lake, skateboard area, rugby ground and many woodland walkways. There are a range of leisure facilities in Kirkcaldy such as a swimming pool, an ice rink, and two golf courses. The Railway Station, with frequent services both North and South, brings the historic capital Edinburgh and the thriving city of Dundee within easy commuting distance, whilst there is easy access to the motorway network and Edinburgh Airport.
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