2 Bedroom House – Villa – Offers Over £285000 GBP

A charming ‘B’ Listed 17th Century Cottage boasting 2 double bedrooms, bright, spacious lounge with 5 sash & case windows overlooking cobbled street and gardens, welcoming reception hall with feature stair rising to upper level, superb refitted bespoke kitchen, refitted shower room and boxroom/study in a picture postcard location within a medieval cobbled street that includes a beautiful cottage garden, its own substantial garage and cobbled parking.

AMAZING RESULTS!™ are delighted to offer to the market a rare opportunity to own an outstanding, one-of-a-kind traditional Cottage that will undoubtedly appeal to a wide variety of potential purchasers.

Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation, location, gardens & garage offered.

    DESCRIPTION

    Dating back to 1680, this delightful home enjoys instant kerb appeal in one of ‘the’ cobbled streets within the heart of the picturesque conservation village of Culross offering considerable charm and character including its own large garage and a beautiful cottage garden that will delight all who view!

    Offering beautifully presented and tastefully modernised accommodation throughout. With a bright, welcoming layout, you’ll love the homely and quaint appeal that comprises on the ground floor a welcoming reception hall with parquet flooring and feature stair rising to the upper floor, good-sized double bedroom, superb bespoke refitted kitchen complete with built-in appliances and large refitted shower room.

    The upper floor includes a bright, beautifully proportioned lounge that cannot fail to impress boasting 5 sash and case windows overlooking the cobbled street of Mid Causeway and views across gardens to the rear. There’s a further good-sized double bedroom with door leading to a box room currently utilised as an office.

    Don’t miss this one! Call your local Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins today to book your viewing appointment. 01383 69900 | 07977 170505.

    LOCATION

    Take a step back in time to 17th-century Scotland when you visit the historic village of Culross on the banks of the Firth of Forth. Culross is one of Scotland’s best-preserved and prettiest 17th-century villages and famous for its role in the TV series Outlander, so fans definitely need to visit.

    This home sits peacefully within the heart of this idyllic conservation village, a lively, friendly community, Culross is one of the most complete examples in Scotland of a Royal Burgh in superb setting of white-harled 16th and 17th century houses with red pan-tiled and cobbled streets and an ochre-coloured Palace with its beautifully reconstructed period garden, complete with herbs, fruit, vegetables and rare Scots Dumpy hens sitting at the centre of The Royal Burgh. Culross is a beautiful and historic coastal sea-port village dating back to medieval times yet lying just 12 miles west of the Forth Road Bridge and now has a vibrant social community for both adults and children with a small primary school, parks, eating places as well as a gallery, renowned Pub/Restaurant and pier. The village is served with good bus links and is within easy commuting distance to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Dollar Academy is 14 miles to the north. The house is also well positioned for the Edinburgh Schools including Cargilfield Prep School, Fettes and George Watsons College, Edinburgh.

    Nearby Dunfermline is Scotland’s historic capital, a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible in central Scotland. Dunfermline has a broad range of amenities including professional services, a good retail offering and leisure facilities including the principal bus station on Queen Anne’s Street and educational establishments associated with a modern City. Dunfermline mainline railway station offers regular and direct services to Edinburgh’s stations, including Waverley (under 35 minutes), Edinburgh Gateway (under 25 minutes) and Haymarket (under 30 minutes). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away and there’s easy access to M90 and Scotland’s major motorway network.

    KEY FEATURES

    • Charming 17th Century Cottage
    • Sought-After Village Setting
    • Character & Charm
    • Bright Spacious Lounge
    • Beautifully Refitted Bespoke Kitchen
    • 2 Double Bedrooms
    • Boxroom/Office
    • Superb Refitted Shower Room
    • Gas Heating
    • Own Cottage Garden
    • Cobbled Parking
    • Large Garage

    GARDENS & GARAGE

    No. 20 Mid Causeway boasts a wonderful cottage garden with part stone-walled and fence surround. Mainly of traditional paving for ease of maintenance with attractive borders, seating area and mature trees that will delight all who view! Of particular note to potential purchasers will be the generous garage with power & light adjacent to the property.

    EXTRAS

    All fitted floor coverings and built-in kitchen appliances are included in the sale.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

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    (Property Ref: 17937568)

5 Bedroom House – Detached – Offers Over £375000 GBP

Packed with character and charm, this delightful 19th Century Family Home could be your private retreat in the heart of the sought-after and historic fishing village of Pittenweem!

Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is delighted to offer to the market a rare opportunity to own a charming 19th Century Detached Villa on 3 levels boasting 5 double bedrooms, 2 generous reception rooms, large kitchen/breakfast room, utility, laundry room, box/dressing room, shower room, WC and bathroom in a superb location within a quiet street that includes a private south-facing walled garden with paved patio and laid to lawn.

Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size, character and accommodation offered.

    DESCRIPTION

    Dating back to 1886 with later extensions, this delightful family home enjoys instant kerb appeal with considerable charm and character including original Victorian open fireplaces, sash and case windows, shelved presses, mosaic flooring, original stair with handsome balustrade and a private walled south-facing garden that will delight all who view!

    This substantial Detached Villa will be of interest to those seeking a spacious family home with flexible accommodation that may include a granny annexe or work-from-home-space, a property with excellent B&B potential or simply your private retreat in the picturesque coastal village of Pittenweem.

    The bright, spacious accommodation on the ground floor comprises a bright mosaic tiled vestibule, welcoming reception hall with handsome carpeted stair and attractive timber balustrade rising to upper floors, generous lounge overlooking patio and gardens, family dining room with feature fireplace, superb modern refitted kitchen with integrated appliances and breakfast/dining area with patio doors to south-facing gardens, large utility room, good sized 5th double bedroom, study, bathroom with corner bath, rear hall and shower room. The first floor boasts 2 further double bedrooms with delightful victorian style open fires and surrounds with timber mantle and box/dressing room. The 2nd floor level offers 2 additional double bedrooms and a WC.

    Lounge 5.27m x 3.52m (17’3″ x 11’6″)
    Dining Room 3.90m x 3.55m (12’9″ x 11’7″)
    Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.47m x 3.87m (17’11” x 12’8″)
    Utility Room 3.69m x 2.00m (12’1″ x 6’6″)
    Bedroom 5 12’3″ x 9’4″ (12’3″ x 9’4″)
    Study 1.96m x 2.68m (6’5″ x 8’9″)
    Bathroom 2.56m x 1.41m (8’4″ x 4’7″)
    Shower Room 2.33m x 1.41m (7’7″ x 4’7″)
    Bedroom 1 5.01m x 3.71m (16’5″ x 12’2″)
    Bedroom 2 5.06m x 2.87m (16’7″ x 9’4″)
    Box/Dressing Room 1.88m x 1.5m (6’2″ x 4’11”)
    Bedroom 3 4.61m x 3.72m (15’1″ x 12’2″)
    Bedroom 4 4.56m x 2.88m (14’11” x 9’5″)
    WC

    LOCATION

    The historic fishing and conservation village of Pittenweem is set within the heart of the beautiful and sought-after East Neuk of Fife, on Scotland’s East Coast. Home to the now famous Arts Festival, Pittenweem is a vibrant, picturesque village that has excellent local amenities including a village store, shops, cafes, galleries, a primary school and Doctors’ surgery. Secondary schooling for the village is available at Waid Academy in Anstruther, a little over a mile away, where there is a Co-operative supermarket, as well as a further range of local facilities. Private schooling can be found in the historic university town of St Andrews just 10 miles away. Edinburgh airport is 47 miles away and rail services are available from Leuchars or Markinch, both within 20 miles.

    Fife’s beautiful and varied coastline includes several good sandy beaches such as Kingsbarns, Crail, Elie and St. Andrews with direct access to the popular Fife Coastal Path which winds its way through Pittenweem harbour. The Graig Miller Seafood Restaurant in nearby St Monans and The Cellar in Anstruther are both award-winning restaurants, specialising in local seafood, while The Peat Inn, about 10 miles away, is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Scotland. A wide range of recreational facilities including cycling, walking, sailing, riding and golf with many highly rated courses within easy reach including courses at Anstruther, Crail, Kingsbarns, St. Andrews Bay, Elie, Leven, Ladybank, Lundin Links and the ancient and historic “Home of Golf” in St. Andrews where the Old Course is located.

    KEY FEATURES

    • Detached 19th Century Family Home
    • Sought-After Village Setting
    • Character & Charm
    • 5 Beds, 2 Recpt
    • Large Modern Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room
    • Utility & Laundry Room
    • Bathroom, Shower Room & WC
    • Flexible Accommodation
    • Private Walled Garden
    • Secondary Glazing
    • Gas Heating

    GARDEN GROUNDS

    In front of the property there’s a small area of paved garden with hedge surround. To the rear of Seaforth is a private, sunny, south-facing mainly grassed area of easily maintained garden with stone walled surround providing a high degree of privacy and good sized paved patio that will delight all who view!

    EXTRAS

    All fitted floor coverings and built-in kitchen appliances are included in the purchase price.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 01334 500800 | 07977 170505. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    FREE PROPERTY VALUATIONS

    Find out how much your property is worth today with a free, no obligation valuation from your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins. 01334 500800 | 07977 170505.

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    (Property Ref: 17758373)

1 Bedroom Cottage – Semi Detached – Offers Over £165000 GBP

Under Offer – Similar properties required.

A rare find in this price range – A superb Semi Detached Bungalow in sought-after village location!

This delightful one bedroom Semi Detached Bungalow with distinct cottage feel has its own private garden and parking and enjoys a quiet, hideaway cul-de-sac setting within the heart of the popular, coastal village of Limekilns.

Packed with character and charm, this lovely home boasts a welcoming vestibule, hall and beautiful lounge with attractive sanded flooring and feature multi-fuel stove, bright fitted kitchen with built-in appliances, good-sized double bedroom overlooking the private enclosed garden and bathroom. There’s a generous floored loft above the property with power and light.

Offered ‘For Sale’ with Colin Jenkins of AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents, early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the spacious accommodation, secluded location, private gardens and parking offered.

    DESCRIPTION

    Rarely available, an attractive Semi-Detached one-bedroom Bungalow enjoying a delightful ‘hideaway’ location in a quiet cul-de-sac within the popular coastal village of Limekilns. This south-facing Bungalow has its own private, easily maintained gardens which are fully enclosed and includes its own parking area. The property will undoubtedly suit anyone looking to own a bright, well proportioned one bedroom all-on-the-level home within easy walking of distance of the centre of this picturesque village and all the amenities on offer.

    The accommodation is well presented throughout and comprises a welcoming entrance vestibule and hallway with attractive timber flooring from which all main rooms lead off, including a bright, spacious lounge with a superb multi-fuel stove and open outlook, attractively fitted kitchen with built-in appliances and with space for small breakfast table, good-sized double bedroom overlooking private gardens to rear and original 3-piece bathroom. From the hallway, a ladder provides access to a substantial floored loft with power and light. The property is double glazed and has gas central heating.

    You’ll love the quiet, secluded location! Call your local Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins today to book your viewing appointment. 01383 69900 | 07977 170505.

    SITUATION

    Fairhaven Cottage enjoys a quiet hideaway setting in a sunny south-facing position within the heart of the highly sought-after coastal village of Limekilns. Dating from the 14th century as a fishing village as well as the principal port for The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline, the village has fine amenities and excellent harbours including many historic buildings and an interesting history as an important centre for the production of lime and the export of coal.

    The village amenities include excellent primary schooling, shops for everyday requirements, Post Office, church, doctors surgery/health care facilities, local bus services, village park, tennis club, attractive walks along the coast and in the surrounding countryside. There are 2 excellent village pubs The Bruce Inn and The ship Inn as well as good restaurant facilities at Coorie by the Coast and The Inn at adjoining Charlestown. Both Limekilns and Charlestown offer good harbours with fine sailing to be enjoyed in on The Forth.

    The secondary schooling catchment for Limekilns is Woodmill High School in Dunfermline and there is a bus service for pupils. Dollar Academy is within easy traveling distance of the village and there is a bus service for pupils from Dunfermline.

    Nearby Dunfermline is Scotland’s historic capital, a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible in central Scotland. The extensive amenities of Dunfermline city are only a short journey away and include excellent shopping facilities, edge of town retailers, banks, professional offices, sporting facilities, golf courses and recreational amenities. Edinburgh can be reached by road via The Queensferry Crossing and there is also a frequent train service from Dunfermline and Inverkeithing stations offering regular and direct services to Edinburgh Waverley (under 35 minutes), Edinburgh Gateway (under 25 minutes) and Haymarket (under 30 minutes). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away and there’s easy access to M90 and Scotland’s major motorway network.

    KEY FEATURES

    • Rarely available 1 bedroom Bungalow
    • Sought-after village location
    • ‘Hideaway’ cul-de-sac location
    • Spacious lounge with multi-fuel stove
    • All-on-the-level accommodation
    • Fitted kitchen (appliances)
    • Good-sized double bedroom
    • Generous floored attic
    • Gas heating & double glazing
    • Enclosed private gardens
    • Private parking

    EXTRAS

    All fitted floor coverings and built-in kitchen appliances are included in the sale.

    GARDENS & PARKING

    Fairhaven, in The Old Orchard, boasts its own private enclosed fenced gardens to the front and rear of the property, that will delight all who view. To the front is a small area of fenced garden with laid to chippings. Private parking space in front. The rear garden has an area of laid to lawn with fence surround providing a high degree of privacy and raised decked area with ample space for garden furniture.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    FREE PROPERTY VALUATIONS

    Why not find out how much your property is worth today with a free, no obligation valuation from your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. Book your FREE property valuation online. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    (Property Ref: 17946702)

3 Bedroom Flat – Offers Over £149950 GBP

Just SOLD in only 14 days (STCM) – Similar Properties Required!

This delightful ready-to-move-into 3 bedroom Lower Villa Flat offers spacious all-on-the-level accommodation with beautifully refitted bathroom and kitchen, feature fireplace, 3 excellent double bedrooms, attractive sanded timber flooring, gas heating, double glazing and its own private garden that cannot fail to impress!

Don’t miss this one! Call your local Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents today to book your viewing appointment. 01383 69900 | 07977 170505.

    DESCRIPTION

    With a spacious, flexible layout this beautifully appointed Ground Floor property enjoys a welcoming entrance hall, delightful lounge with feature coal effect living flame gas fire and attractive surround, superb refitted kitchen with built-in appliances and door to private rear garden, dining room or 3rd double bedroom, 2 further double bedrooms and modern refitted bathroom with shower.

    Externally this home has easily maintained front and rear gardens and enjoys a superb setting backing onto the village park that includes the children’s play area. A choice property. Call now to view.

    LOCATION

    Number 21 Upper Wellheads enjoys a prime position in the heart of this highly sought-after conservation village of Limekilns. Dating from the 14th century as a fishing village as well as the principal port for The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline, the village has fine amenities and excellent harbours including many historic buildings and an interesting history as an important centre for the production of lime and the export of coal.

    The village amenities include excellent primary schooling, shops for everyday requirements, Post Office, church, doctors surgery/health care facilities, local bus services, village park, tennis club, attractive walks along the coast and in the surrounding countryside. There are 2 excellent village pubs The Bruce Inn and The ship Inn as well as good restaurant facilities at Coorie by the Coast and The Inn at adjoining Charlestown. Both Limekilns and Charlestown offer good harbours with fine sailing to be enjoyed in on The Forth.

    The secondary schooling catchment for Limekilns is Woodmill High School in Dunfermline and there is a bus service for pupils. Dollar Academy is within easy traveling distance of the village and there is a bus service for pupils from Dunfermline.

    Nearby Dunfermline is Scotland’s historic capital, a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible in central Scotland. The extensive amenities of Dunfermline city are only a short journey away and include excellent shopping facilities, edge of town retailers, banks, professional offices, sporting facilities, golf courses and recreational amenities. Edinburgh can be reached by road via The Queensferry Crossing and there is also a frequent train service from Dunfermline and Inverkeithing stations offering regular and direct services to Edinburgh Waverley (under 35 minutes), Edinburgh Gateway (under 25 minutes) and Haymarket (under 30 minutes). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away and there’s easy access to M90 and Scotland’s major motorway network.

    KEY FEATURES

    • Superb Lower Villa Flat
    • Delightful lounge with feature fireplace
    • Sought-after village location
    • Spacious all-on-the-level accommodation
    • Sanded timber flooring
    • 3 double bedrooms
    • Refitted Kitchen (appliances)
    • Attractive refitted bathroom
    • Gas Heating & Double Glazing
    • Own gardens

    GARDENS

    Step outside into your own private enclosed L-shaped garden to the rear with fence surround including a generous area of laid-to-lawn, patio area and backing onto parkland. The property also benefits from its own attractive front garden, mainly grassed area with flowering borders.

    EXTRAS

    All fitted floor coverings and the large timber garden shed are included in the sale.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    FREE PROPERTY VALUATIONS

    Why not find out how much your property is worth today with a free, no obligation valuation from your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. Book your FREE property valuation online. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    (Property Ref: 17925864)

3 Bedroom House – Villa – Offers Over £165000 GBP

Situated within the heart of this old historic fishing town this appealing traditional stone built semi detached dwelling house has been sympathetically upgraded offering an ideal family home to the discerning buyer.

The well proportioned accommodation occupies within a three level layout out comprising: entrance vestibule, hallway, lounge, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, external balcony, first floor landing, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, bedroom 2, music /office area, bedroom three and family bathroom. The basement is currently split into four areas, office, laundry area, work shop and shower/sauna room. The property benefits with double gazing and is heated with a gas central heating system.

    Vestibule – 2.17 x 1.75 (7’1″ x 5’8″)

    Entrance via a partially glazed door with glazed panels to either side and fan light window above. Feature original mosaic tiled flooring glazed door leads to the Hallway.

    Hallway – 4.16 x 1.18 (13’7″ x 3’10”)

    A brightly decorated reception hallway leading to all down stairs rooms. The hallway is enhanced with the stair case with its original natural wood spindled balustrade and curving banister.

    Lounge – 4.20 x 3.82 (13’9″ x 12’6″ )

    A spacious family lounge incorporating a large bay facing window to the front. There is an attractive fireplace with living flame gas fire. The room has been freshly decorated.

    Dining Room – 4.20 x 3.38 (13’9″ x 11’1″)

    A generous-sized reception room ideal as family dining and or as a family sitting room tastefully decorated.

    Kitchen – 4.62 x 3.49 (15’1″ x 11’5″)

    A well designed kitchen with a wide range of fitted units finished in various natural stained woods with coordinating worktop surfaces. Fitted double bowl Belfast style sink. Window feature off to the side of the property. There is an attractive breakfasting island though the centre of the room. One of the main focal points is the feature wood fireplace with working coal effect log fire. A glazed door leads off to the external balcony.

    Upper Landing – 3.32 x 1.0 (10’10” x 3’3″)

    An attractive and freshly decorated staircase leads off the main reception hallway leading to the upper landing giving access to the first floor accommodation.

    Master Bedroom – 3.82 x 3.57 (12’6″ x 11’8″)

    A particularly bright, spacious and freshly decorated double-sized bedroom with a bay windowed feature to the front. The room has a good range of fitted wardrobes with adequate space for additional bedroom furnishings. An open archway leads off to the adjoining en-suite shower room.

    En-Suite Shower Room – 2.74 x 2.12 (8’11” x 6’11”)

    The master bedroom en-suite comprises of WC, glazed shower cubicle with electric shower unit, wash basin and window to the front.

    Bedroom Two – 4.21 x 3.26 (13’9″ x 10’8″)

    A generous sized double bedroom with window off to the side. There is adequate space for additional bedroom and wardrobe facilities. The room is freshly decorated.

    First Floor Inner Hallway – 2.01 x 1.90 (6’7″ x 6’2″)

    This area leads to bedroom three and the family bathroom. Currently used as a relaxing music room, however could ideally be an office area.

    Bedroom Three – 3.45 x 1.98 (11’3″ x 6’5″)

    A good-sized single bedroom with window off to the rear. There is ample space for additional bedroom furnishings. The room is freshly decorated.

    Family Bathroom – 4.47 x 1.98 (14’7″ x 6’5″)

    A long narrow bathroom incorporating WC, wash basin and panelled bath with fitted shower unit decorated in partial tiling and freshly decorated walls.

    Basement

    A staircase accessed from the kitchen leads to the extensive basement accommodation. The layout is divided into four rooms currently used as an office area, shower and sauna room, laundry room and a workshop.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Ken Anderson at AMAZING RESULTS!™Estate Agents to see this property today. 07585 184793. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    FREE PROPERTY VALUATIONS

    Find out how much your property is worth today with a free, no obligation valuation from your local Professional Estate Agent, Ken Anderson. 07585 184793.

    Awarded the ‘Top Performer Award by GETAGENT.co.uk in towns and cities across Scotland, we’re an experienced team who you can trust to get you the best offers for your home. Open until 8pm, 7 days a week. 4.8 /5.0 Google Customer Reviews.

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    (Property Ref: 17916538)

2 Bedroom Flat – Offers Over £129950 GBP

Just SOLD (STCM) – Similar properties required.

Colin Jenkins of AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents is delighted to offer to the market a rare opportunity to own this attractively presented, spacious and ready-to-move-into 2 bedroom Upper Villa Flat, situated in the sought-after coastal village of Limekilns with stunning views along the banks of the River Forth.

    DESCRIPTION

    The property offers bright, spacious accommodation that cannot fail to impress, comprising entrance with stair rising to a welcoming reception hall, attractive and spacious lounge with wonderful panoramic views across the Firth of Forth towards Lothian, an attractive modern fitted kitchen includes all the appliances, two excellent double bedrooms and refitted bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. Externally there is a delightful west/south-facing well presented garden with fence surround and includes two garden sheds. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the calibre of this delightful home.

    Call your local Professional Estate Agent Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ Estate Agents today to book your viewing appointment. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505.

    LOCATION

    Number 10 Upper Wellheads enjoys a prime position in the heart of this idyllic coastal village with panoramic views across the Firth of Forth. Limekilns is a conservation area and has become a highly sought-after residential village with fine amenities and excellent harbours. Dating from the 14th century as a fishing village as well as the principal port for The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline, the village has many historic buildings and an interesting history as an important centre for the production of lime and the export of coal.

    The village amenities include excellent primary schooling, shops for everyday requirements, Post Office, church, doctors surgery/health care facilities, local bus services, village park, tennis club, attractive walks along the coast and in the surrounding countryside. There are 2 excellent village pubs The Bruce Inn and The ship Inn as well as good restaurant facilities at Coorie by the Coast and The Inn at adjoining Charlestown. Both Limekilns and Charlestown offer good harbours with fine sailing to be enjoyed in on The Forth.

    The secondary schooling catchment for Limekilns is Woodmill High School in Dunfermline and there is a bus service for pupils. Dollar Academy is within easy traveling distance of the village and there is a bus service for pupils from Dunfermline.

    Nearby Dunfermline is Scotland’s historic capital, a bustling city with a good road and rail network making it one of the most accessible in central Scotland. The extensive amenities of Dunfermline city are only a short journey away and include excellent shopping facilities, edge of town retailers, banks, professional offices, sporting facilities, golf courses and recreational amenities. Edinburgh can be reached by road via The Queensferry Crossing and there is also a frequent train service from Dunfermline and Inverkeithing stations offering regular and direct services to Edinburgh Waverley (under 35 minutes), Edinburgh Gateway (under 25 minutes) and Haymarket (under 30 minutes). Edinburgh International Airport is only 16 miles away and there’s easy access to M90 and Scotland’s major motorway network.

    KEY FEATURES

    • Superb walk-in condition Upper Villa Flat
    • Wonderful panoramic views!
    • Sought-after village location
    • Spacious accommodation
    • 2 double bedrooms
    • Refitted Kitchen (appliances)
    • Refitted bathroom
    • Gas Heating & Double Glazing
    • Own garden

    GARDENS

    A good-sized south/west-facing enclosed fenced and walled garden is a particularly attractive feature with this spacious Upper Flat and boasts areas of laid-to-lawn, path leading to a patio area and 2 large timber garden sheds are included in the sale.

    EXTRAS

    All fitted floor coverings and sheds are included in the purchase price.

    ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Viewing by appointment. Please call your local Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins at AMAZING RESULTS!™ to see this property today. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. To view additional Photographs, Floor Plans, Property Tours and Social Media content or to arrange a viewing online, please visit our website. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    FREE PROPERTY VALUATIONS

    Why not find out how much your property is worth today with a free, no obligation valuation from your local Professional Estate Agent, Colin Jenkins. 01383 699000 | 07977 170505. Book your FREE property valuation online. www.AMAZINGRESULTS.com.

    (Property Ref: 17925871)