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33 Hawthorn Crescent, Hill Of Beath, KY4 8EF

Offers In The Region £105,000
  • Type: House - terraced
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Summary

Excellent starter home or would suit small family, well appointed within the village and within easy distance of all local amenities. This mid terraced villa briefly comprises open plan entrance/lounge/dining and kitchen on the ground floor. On the upper level there are two double bedrooms, box room with shower room. Access to attic. There are easy to maintain gardens to the front and private to the rear fully enclosed providing a child and pet safe environment. The property is double glazed with gas central heating. Early entry is available.

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DESCRIPTION
Excellent starter home or would suit small family, well appointed within the village and within easy distance of all local amenities. This mid terraced villa briefly comprises open plan entrance/lounge/dining and kitchen on the ground floor. On the upper level there are two double bedrooms, box room with shower room. Access to attic. There are easy to maintain gardens to the front and private to the rear fully enclosed providing a child and pet safe environment. The property is double glazed with gas central heating. Early entry is available.

LOCATION
Hill of Beath is located approximately five miles northeast of Dunfermline next to Cowdenbeath and Crossgates. The town of Cowdenbeath boasts a good selection of shops, modern leisure centre, golf course and further recreational facilities. The primary and secondary schools are easily accessible. It has its own railway station connecting with both Dunfermline and Edinburgh. The town has easy access to the M90 and A92 motorway network, which makes commuting particularly easy.

EXTRAS INC IN SALE / AGENTS NOTE
All floor coverings, blinds, bathroom and light fittings together with appliances.

From 1st February 2022, residential properties in Scotland are required by law to have installed a system of inter-linked smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors and heat detectors (the “inter-linked system”). No warranty is given that any interlinked system has been installed in this property and interested parties should make their own enquiries. The owner will not warrant the working order of the fixtures and fittings or appliances which are included in the sale price or white goods.