Bedrooms - 3
Public Rooms - 1
Heating Type - Gas
Reception hallway:- 5.85m x 1.30m (19’2 x 4’3)
Lounge:- 4.70m x 4.56m (15’5 x 14’11)
Kitchen:- 3.83 x 3.30m (12’6 x 10’10)
Porch:- 1.70m x 1.70m (5’7 x 5’7)
Bedroom 1:- 4.70m x 3.76m (15’5 x 12’4)
Bedroom 2:- 3.34m x 2.71m (10’11 x 8’11)
Bedroom 3:- 3.43m x 3.15m (11’3 x 10’4)
Bathroom:- 3.35m x 2.91m (11’0 x 9’7)
Period fireplaces throughout
Viewing: An appointment to view can be made by contacting selling Agents on 01383 721141.
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A most impressive main door upper flat dating back to around 1890 with many period features, garage to rear and superb landscaped gardens.
There is a flexible internal layout which includes a large reception hallway, lounge (with three feature sash and case windows), breakfasting kitchen, porch (with external door), three bedrooms and L-shaped bathroom.
Gas central heating is installed with excellent storage, deep skirting, fireplaces throughout, ceiling coving and working shutters.
The recently landscaped private garden ground to rear features a host of flower beds, shrubs and generous patio area. There are charming roof top views, maximum privacy, sunny aspect and neat communal drying green. A timber garage provides private parking with unrestricted off street to front.
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.