Bedrooms - 3
Public Rooms - 1
Heating Type - Gas
Lounge 4.43m x 3.60m (14’7 x 11’10)
Dining kitchen 4.51m x 3.52m (14’9 x 11’6)
Porch 1.79m x 1.50m (5’11 x 4’11)
Shower room 2.45m x 1.81m (8’1 x 5’11)
Bedroom 1 4.45m x 3.03m (14’7 x 10’1)
Bedroom 2 3.15m x 3.13m (10’4 x 10’4)
Bedroom 3 3.84m x 3.54m (12’7 x 11’8)
Cul de sac setting
Sought after location
Walking distance to village centre
Views to open countryside
Gas central heating
Historic conservation village
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A traditional semi detached villa in idyllic hilltop setting with impressive walled gardens and open outlooks to surrounding countryside.
There is a good internal layout which includes a reception hallway, lounge, dining kitchen, rear vestibule, porch, shower room, upper landing and three bedrooms.
Gas central heating is installed with double glazed windows, excellent storage and period features, such as original timber doors and bedroom fire place. The property would benefit from general cosmetic work.
The property boasts generous walled gardens to front and rear, which are mainly laid to lawn with numerous shrubs, flower beds, large trees, patio area, timber garden shed, maximum privacy and peaceful setting. A driveway and garage provide off street parking.
The picturesque conservation village of Culross is famous for its charming stone buildings, cobbled streets and historic Abbey. The village itself lies on the northern shores of the Firth of Forth, approximately 4½ miles west of Dunfermline. There is a village pub, hotels, primary school and a choice of cafés and galleries. A fast road network leads to Inverkeithing Railway Station (frequent service to Edinburgh), Kincardine Bridge and Forth Road Bridges/M90 Motorway (Edinburgh/Perth). A regular bus service operates.