Rarely available, this 2 bed terraced house is set in an historic street in central Burntisland, just a stroll from a range of excellent amenities including the train station for easy commuting, blue flag award winning beach, swimming and sports facilities, cycle path, diving school and links.
The property itself comprises a generous lounge with French doors to the rear onto the enclosed and easily maintained back garden and a large window to south facing front garden. There is a modern and recently installed high gloss kitchen with appliances and upstairs you will find 2 generous double bedrooms and a tiled bathroom with overhead shower. There is plenty storage and cupboard space throughout and you will find adequate and readily available parking adjacent and close by.
This lovely house is located directly opposite Mary Somerville's House (details can be found here https://www.burntisland.net/mabon.htm ). Around the corner you will find the historic Burntisland Parish Church, built in 1601 and the location of a meeting of the General Assembley of the Church of Scotland which proposed to King James VI of Scotland that they work on a new Bible translation.
The Royal Burgh of Burntisland is well known for its award-winning sandy beach, the 15th-century Rossend Castle, as well as the traditional summer fair and the Highland Games, not to mention the Burntisland Golf House Club, which is officially recognised as the 10th oldest golf club in the world. To the north of the town The Binn Hill stands at 632 feet and is a well known landmark of the Fife coastline. There is a good selection of local amenities, as well as great leisure facilities at the Beacon Leisure centre. Burntisland also has its own primary school and secondary education is available in Kirkcaldy at Balwearie and St Andrews High Schools. The town features on the Fife coastal path and also boasts its own rail station, making it the ideal choice for the busy commuter. Burntisland is within easy commuting distance of Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline as the A921 coast road runs through the town and connects to the M90 Motorway at Inverkeithing in the west and the A92 at Kirkcaldy in the east. The A909 travels inland towards the A92 at Cowdenbeath and the M90 at Kelty. The town is also served by regular bus services.
Entrance Hall with extra storage space
Lounge 6.07m x 3.10m
Kitchen 3.10m x 2.28m
Bedroom 1 4.55m x 3.2m
Bedroom 2 3.67m x 3m
Bathroom 1.96m x 1.75m
Home Report Value £90,000
Council Tax Band A
Energy Performance Rating D