Monday, May 05, 2008

The Learig, Kirkton of Balmerino for sale North Fife

The Learig, Kirkton of Balmerino for sale North Fife.
* Public Rooms : 2
* Bedrooms : 4
* Garage : yes
* Garden : yes

A detached bungalow in sought after coastal hamlet. Internally, there is well proportioned family sized accommodation formed over one level which benefits from oil fired central heating and hardwood double glazing. The property is situated in a generous plot of mature garden grounds and has a detached garage and driveway. Accommodation comprises: reception hallway, spacious lounge, dining room, breakfasting kitchen, four double bedrooms, modern shower room & separate WC.
A detached bungalow in a highly desirable hamlet situated on the banks of the River Tay. Internally, there is well proportioned accommodation formed over one level which comprises; reception hallway, spacious lounge with a wood burning stove, dining room, breakfasting kitchen with Stanley twin burner cooker, four double bedrooms, three of which have built in wardrobes, and a fully tiled, impressive modern shower room. The accommodation is completed by a rear entrance hall and a separate, partially tiled cloakroom. The property benefits from hardwood double glazing, oil central heating and solar panels. Energy from the solar panels provides hot water only. Externally, the property is situated within generous mature garden grounds and there is a detached garage with floored loft, wash bed and power and light. There is also a driveway. Viewing of this property is highly recommended to fully appreciate the tranquil, yet convenient location, views over the River Tay and well presented accommodation.
Offers over £310,000
Pagan Osborne Property Services
Solicitors and Estate Agents
1 Crossgate
KY15 4HA

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