Property history for 67 Grieve Street, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 8DW

2 Bed Terraced House with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£130,000 in April 2018

Details from last sale

in April 2018

The property

67 Grieve Street is a traditional terraced villa located in a central location with excellent amenities and recreational facilities including Pittencrieff Park within walking distance. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen and w.c. The upper level offers two double bedrooms and family sized... More

67 Grieve Street is a traditional terraced villa located in a central location with excellent amenities and recreational facilities including Pittencrieff Park within walking distance. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen and w.c. The upper level offers two double bedrooms and family sized shower room. The property does require some modernisation yet offers great potential. There is an impressive area of garden ground to the rear of the property offering fabulous additional potential to the property. The rear garden is fully enclosed and has a cellar storage. The property also benefits from a basement. On street parking is available. EPC - D.

  • Lounge

    5.02 m X 3.92 m / 16'6" X 12'10"

  • Dining Room

    3.89 m X 3.33 m / 12'9" X 10'11"

  • Kitchen

    2.24 m X 2.14 m / 7'4" X 7'0"

  • Bedroom 1

    3.71 m X 3.62 m / 12'2" X 11'11"

  • Bedroom 2

    3.72 m X 2.92 m / 12'2" X 9'7"

  • Shower Room

    2.24 m X 2.21 m / 7'4" X 7'3"

  • WC

    1.39 m X 1.13 m / 4'7" X 3'8"

Energy rating D

Sold property prices

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Macbeth Currie - Property Department - Dunfermline

01383 280649

16/18 East Port , Dunfermline, KY12 7JB

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