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Kinnaird Place, Dunfermline

£775 pcm
  • Type: House - terraced
  • Availability: To Let
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Furnished: Unfurnished
  • Deposit: £775
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Property Summary

Unfurnished 2 bedroom terraced house. Lounge/dining. Breakfasting kitchen, electric cooker and hob, F/F W/M. Double bedroom with built in wardrobe. Second good size bedroom. Shower room. GCH. DG. Front & rear garden. Parking for residents. EPC - C. C/T - C. LRN 1206057/250/1603 LARN 1811015. No smokers/pets.

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DESCRIPTION
Unfurnished two bedroom terraced house situated at the end of quiet cul-de-sac. Entrance vestibule. Lounge/dining. Breakfasting kitchen with French doors leading to rear garden, electric cooker and hob, washing machine, fridge and freezer. Double bedroom with built in wardrobe. Second good size bedroom. Stylish fully tiled shower room with walk in shower cubicle and mixer shower on riser rail. Gas central heating. Double glazing. Front garden laid to lawn with chipped area and paved path. Enclosed rear garden with patio, lawn, flower beds and shed. Parking for residents. EPC rating C. Council Tax band C. LRN 1206057/250/1603 LARN 1811015. No smokers. No pets. Available immediately.

LOCATION
The ancient capital of Dunfermline won its bid to have official status city in May 2022, as part of the civic honours competition to celebrate the Queen's platinum jubilee. The Royal Burgh is of considerable historic interest and is the resting place of King Robert the Bruce. Carnegie's Birthplace museum, the Abbey and Abbot House reflect the historic interest of the city, whilst recent developments have seen Dunfermline move into the modern era. Dunfermline is located approximately five miles from the Forth bridges and is therefore particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh and many parts of the central belt with easy access to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee and across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow and the West. Dunfermline benefits from a full range of shops, social and leisure facilities and educational establishments associated with a modern town. The local railway stations provide a regular service to Edinburgh with rail links to other parts of the UK. There are also regular and convenient bus services both local and national with bus stations available in the centre of Dunfermline and park and ride services available from Halbeath and Inverkeithing.

DIRECTIONS
From Dunfermline City centre head north via Townhill Road taking the second turning on the right into Bellyeoman Road. At the T junction turn right into Robertson Road continuing along for a few hundred yards then take the fourth turning on the left into Alderston Drive, then first left into Colliston Road and first left again into Kinnaird Place, where the property is located at the far end (as signposted).