Long Craigs Terrace, Kinghorn

Under Offer
£138,000 Offers Over
End of Terrace House
  • Ref: REM1003424
  • Type: End of Terrace House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • End of Terrace Property
  • Modern Fully Fitted Kitchen
  • Two Good Sized bedrooms
  • Sea Views To Rear
  • Modern Shower Room
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Single Garage & Parking Area
  • Energy Efficiency Rating D & Council Tax Band C

Property Summary

Regents Estates are delighted to bring this lovely and bright two bedroomed property to the market, in the popular village of Kinghorn. The house should appeal to a variety of purchasers, being situated in a lovely and quiet residential area, with all amenities nearby.
The property has recently been redecorated and is in great order throughout. On the ground floor, there is a good-sized lounge to the front and modern kitchen to the rear, comprising integrated ceramic hob, fan assisted electric oven, stainless steel sink and spaces for washing machine and fridge freezer.
On the First floor, there are two double bedrooms, with the rear bedroom having beautiful sea views. The three-piece shower room is entered off the top landing.
The rear porch leads to the paved private garden, which is a lovely sun-trap in the early part of the day. The low-maintenance front garden is simply laid out, looking out to the lovely grass banking and mature trees.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and recently fitted neutral floor coverings throughout.
The local Train station, GP practice, Primary school, Shops and Post office are a short distance away. The harbour and beautiful Kinghorn beaches are minutes from the front door and the village also benefits from a rowing club, bowling green and Community Hall. There is a lovely golf club at the edge of the village.

A royal burgh in Fife, Burntisland lies on the Firth of Forth and is known locally for its sandy Blue Flag beach. A short walk from that is the 15th century Rossend Castle. The town has its traditional summer fair and Highland games day and features on the Fife coastal path which is easily accessed and runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary in the north. Stretching to 150 kms, the path is clearly marked and offers a range of walking experiences from the easy
and level, to the wild and demanding.
Burntisland is situated on the main Dundee to Edinburgh rail link which facilitates easy commuting to Edinburgh. The town boasts a selection of good local shopping and recreational facilities including the Beacon Leisure centre which has a 25
metre swimming pool with flumes and a wave machine, Burntisland Golf House Club is officially recognised as the 10th oldest club in the world. A wider range of amenities are available in the larger towns of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. Local primary schooling is available , with secondary education at the highly regarded Balwearie High School in Kirkcaldy.

Full Details

Lounge (4.20m (13' 9") x 3.10m (10' 2"))

Kitchen (4.10m (13' 5") x 2.90m (9' 6"))

Bedroom 1 (3.10m (10' 2") x 2.20m (7' 3"))

Bedroom 2 (3.90m (12' 10") x 2.20m (7' 3"))



Shower Room (1.90m (6' 3") x 1.90m (6' 3"))

Lock Up Garage


Gas Central Heating; Double Glazing; Carpets & Floor Coverings; Ceramic hob & fan assisted electric oven