44 St Leonards HIll Apartments, Dunfermline, KY11 3AH

Offers in the region of £360,000 (Sold)


Bedrooms - 3
Public Rooms - 2
Heating Type - Gas

Room Sizes:




32'2 x 17'5 (9.8m x 5.31m)

Breakfasting kitchen

16'9 x 16'5 (5.11m x 4.70m)


9'10 x 6'7 (3.00m x 2.01m)

Bedroom 1

23'4 x 20'4 (7.29m x 6.20m)

Bedroom 2

17'5 x 13'9 (5.31m x 4.19m)

Bedroom 3

22'0 x 9'10 (6.96m x 3.00m)


11'10 x 9'6 (3.61m x 2.90m)




  Walking distance of Railway Station

  Pleasant outlooks

  Immaculate throughout

  Security Entry

  Sought after location

  Professionally maintained grounds

  Traditional Fireplace

  Close to excellent local amenities

  Stunning period features

Viewing Details:


Viewing: An appointment to view can be made by contacting selling Agents on 01383 721141.

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Property Description

A truly stunning ground floor apartment forming part of a beautiful mansion house dating back to 1870, situated within prestigious development and 3.5 acres of exclusive garden ground.

The flexible internal layout includes a lengthy hallway, dining lounge, brand new luxury breakfasting kitchen, conservatory (with French doors to private garden area and courtyard), utility room, three double bedrooms and contemporary four-piece bathroom.

Gas central heating is installed with large double glazed windows, tasteful décor, luxury deep pile carpets, flexible layout and many fine period features including, decorative ceiling coving, deep skirting, high ceilings and stunning bay windows in both the dining lounge and master bedroom.

Worth highlighting is the pleasant outlook and professionally maintained garden grounds, which are mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by large trees. The property boasts security entry, southerly aspect to front and ample resident parking.

St. Leonard's Hill Mansion House was built in 1871 for Maria Beveridge, following the death of her husband, Erskine, founder of the St. Leonard's Works in Bothwell Street. Her son, Erskine Beveridge II, who also lived there, continued his father's work together with his younger brother Henry, expanding the works throughout the late 19th century. In 1931, the house was acquired by the College of Hygiene for £5,000 for use as living accommodation.


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