Stewart Crescent, Dunfermline
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4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 reception rooms

The excellent specification, appealing and adaptable layout of interior and size and presentation of apartments ensures this is an IMPRESSIVE, MODERN VILLA. Completed to "The Inverary" specification this is certainly a home that will require internal inspection if the charm and size is to be fully appreciated. Worth considering too, it is within Masterton school catchment area.
Formed over three levels subjects appreciate 4 bedrooms, all with fitted storage and two with en-suite facilities. So top floor has en-suite facility, first floor has family bathroom and en-suite facility, with ground floor served by cloaks/WC. The bay windowed front lounge is stylish, spacious and extends to almost 16 feet. In addition there is central fireplace. One of the most attractive features is however the marvellous living space at rear. Completed with well fitted kitchen with integrated appliances open plan to area that serves as dining room and sitting area, completed with rear French doors. A bright interior there are windows at both half landings between ground and first floor. First and top floor. The property is double glazed, benefits from gas fired central heating and offers quality flooring (timber and tiles). There is also a great flexibility of use. Master is interchangeable with second bedroom as both feature en-suite. A study area has been created at top floor landing and aforementioned living space at rear is kitchen/diner, kitchen, sitting room or all three.
Garden grounds to front and rear with lawn and patio areas. Driveway at side to garage with tiled, pitched roof.

A lot of house in a good area. A lot of space within that house with adaptable, appealing apartments that will impress.

Formally the Royal Burgh in Fife, Dunfermline lies 3 miles from the northern shore of the Firth of Forth. Steeped in history the Abbey and graveyard confirm Dunfermlines status as the mausoleum of Scotlands kings and queens. The town has shopping facilities, a major public park, a main college campus at Halbeath and an-out-of-town leisure park with a multiplex cinema and a number of restaurants. Major employers include Sky, Amazon, Dunfermline building society and Hbos.
Pittencrieff Park which is known locally as The Glen. Dunfermline has a rich history and this impressive local asset provides a delightful and peaceful retreat for residents and visitors to Dunfermline. Pittencrieff Park was purchased in the early 20th Century by Andrew Carnegie and given to the Dunfermline public. Resident peacocks used to walk among an area that includes a statue to Carnegie, the remains of an 11th century tower, the much admired Glen Pavilion and woodland walks and gardens that are amongst the finest in the East of Scotland.
Primary and secondary schools are close at hand with good local transport links with bus and train station. Dunfermline is located only 5 miles from the Forth Road Bridge and is therefore particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh and several other locations within the central belt. The M90 motorway is within easy reach and provides direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the West. The local railway station provides a regular service to Edinburgh with intercity links to other parts of the UK and there are regular and convenient bus services to both local and national destinations. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are also accessible.

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Stewart Crescent, Dunfermline, KY11 8NP

Agent Contact Information

Property Reference: REM1002917

Branch: Regents Estates and Mortgages

Telephone: 01383 822555

Fax: 01383 820777


    Gas central heating;Double glazing;Carpets;Blinds;Integrated gas hob, double electric oven & cooker hood

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