Almond Road, Dunfermline

For Sale
£70,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: REM1003450
  • Type: Flat
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Top Floor Flat
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Bedroom
  • Shared Garden
  • Attic Space
  • Energy Efficiency Rating C & Council Tax Band A

Property Summary

This TOP FLOOR FLATTED DWELLINGHOUSE could be an excellent first-time purchase , buy to let opportunity or home to trade down to.
Available as presently furnished, the specification includes gas fired central heating , double glazing , carpets, floor coverings and kitchen appliances. Storage built into the property includes 2 domestic store cupboards in hall, additional cupboard in lounge, fitted wardrobe serving bedroom, and as top floor, all the available attic space.
Security entry system gives access to building and communal hall. Outer door of subjects to private hall with doors off to every room.
This includes generously proportioned, front lounge, rear kitchen with free standing appliances, double bedroom extending to over 14 feet, and partially tiled bathroom.
The properties are served by communal garden grounds laid to lawn.
An opportunity to enter the property market at an affordable figure, viewings are available 7 days a week through agent.

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 Dunfermline’s status as the “mausoleum of Scotland’s 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 and Nationwide.
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.

Full Details

Lounge (14'4 x 13'10)

Kitchen (10'4 x 5'8)

Double Bedroom (14'2 x 9)

Bathroom (7'4 x 6)


Gas central heating; Double glazing; Carpets; Free standing electric cooker, washing machine & fridge; Sofa and lounge chairs