Bedrooms - 4
Public Rooms - 2
Heating Type - Gas
Lounge: 18’4 x 12’3 (5.59m x 3.73m
Dining room: 13’3 x 11’6 (3.43m x 3.51m)
Kitchen: 11’10 x 9’2 (3.61m x 2.79m)
WC/cloaks: 6’3 x 2’10 (1.91m x 0.86m)
Sitting room/bedroom 4:
14’1 x 8’6 (4.29m x 2.62m)
Bathroom: 9’0 x 7’9 (2.74m x 2.36m)
Bedroom 1: 18’6 x 12’2 (5.64m X 3.71m
Dressing room: 7’5 x 4’3 (2.26m x 1.30m)
Bedroom 2: 14’0 x 11’9 (4.27m x 3.58m)
Bedroom 3: 14’0 x 9’2 (4.27m x 2.79m)
Walking distance of Railway Station
Walking distance of City Centre
Viewing: An appointment to view can be made by contacting selling Agents on 01383 721141 or ESPC during weekends on 01383 605000.
Truly stunning throughout, a traditional stone-built semi-detached villa dating back to around 1900 located within most desirable conservation area.
There is a flexible internal layout which includes an entrance vestibule, spacious reception hallway, bay windowed lounge, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, WC, utility room, bedroom 4/sitting room, mezzanine level, bathroom, upper landing, three further double bedrooms and dressing room.
Gas central heating and traditional style double glazed windows are installed with good storage, pleasant outlooks, feature staircase and many period features such as high ceilings, embossed coving, deep skirting, varnished timber floors, ornate fire places and quality lighting throughout.
The most impressive walled garden ground enjoys a west facing aspect to rear with maximum privacy, patio area, well-manicured lawn, shrubs, trees and garden shed. A small open plan garden to front boasts numerous flower beds and shrubs.
With attractive woodland centre circle, Transy Grove is a long established and highly desirable residential area enjoying an attractive and convenient setting within walking distance of Railway Station, Dunfermline City Centre, Public Parks and Carnegie Hall. For the Commuter, easy access can be gained to the M90 Motorway with direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and Central Scotland via the Kincardine Bridge.