Main Street, Aberdour

Under Offer
£270,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: REM1003406
  • Type: Flat
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Features

  • Ground Floor Apartment
  • Beautifully Blended Modern and Traditional Features
  • Bright Lounge
  • Spacious Dining Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Garden Grounds
  • Energy Efficiency Rating D & Council Tax Band C

Property Summary

This delightful GROUND FLOOR FLATTED DWELLINGHOUSE beautifully blends the modern and traditional. Constructed in the 19th Century (1890) this period home will imbue, impress and appeal. Large corniced ceilings with centre rose, wooden floors, period cast iron fireplaces and wooden shuttered windows punctuate a property that is double glazed, has gas fired central heating and a number of modern features. Stunning lounge is completed with central log burner with slate hearth. There is storage built in and free standing with bookcases and wardrobes. Modern, luxury bathroom is finished with corner bath (with over bath shower) and is partially tiled. Subjects have title to include front lawns with path and cultivated areas including blossom tree. Appointed directly off dining kitchen is rear, timber porch with stairs down to communal paved area. A step from here is your own, level, authentic, landscaped garden. Enjoying a good degree of privacy they "marry and match" the Victorian dwelling house. There is even a private 13 foot cellar with access within space to bike store. The original wash house, it offers potential with simple conversion to utility below the home. That amongst many uses. The location is desirable and convenient for station and town centre. The interior is dignified, charming and oozing character. And yet, the specification ensures a home loved and ready for a new buyer, to love.
Across the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh lies the picturesque and much sought after coastal village of Aberdour. The “River Mouth of Dour” boasts two beaches, one of which is a European blue flag award winner. A 13th Century castle, golf club, church, hotel and a range of quaint coffee and gift shops ensure this is a desirable and attractive “commuter” village. There is a local primary school and train station. Nearby motorway access points allow commuting south to Edinburgh, north to Kirkcaldy and Perth and West via Kincardine bridge to Glasgow.

Full Details

Lounge (15 x 14'6)

Dining Kitchen (12'5 x 12'1)

Vestibule (4'8 x 4'1)

Hall (16)

Bedroom 1 (14'10 x 10'8)

Bedroom 2 (16'3 x 9'9)

Bedroom 3 (10'5 x 7'2)

Bathroom (10'6 x 4)


Gas central heating; Double glazing; Integrated gas hob, electric oven & cooker hood; Free standing wardrobe (bedroom 1)