Of prized appointment, to afford delightful River aspect, and featuring garden grounds that are in fact a number of gardens, terraced, tendered and finished with a path running through them, this UNIQUE, TRADITIONAL, LOWER VILLA FLAT will appeal and impress. Appeal because the gracious interior is spacious and punctuated by a number of period features. High, corniced ceilings, press cupboards, period fireplaces, original tiling and light fittings are all featured within a specification to include gas fired central heating and double glazing. Impressive because this "piece of history" is improved and blessed by an extensive front area that is cultivated and completed with BBQ, seating, stone chipped and paved sections. At the very bottom is extensive, purpose built store. To rear, property further benefits from a shared drying area.
You can access at front via mono-blocked entrance with stone wall. Outer door from here to entrance vestibule with original tiling. The "period door" leads to 15 feet entrance hall. Access from here to delightful, front lounge and generous, double bedroom. Both are set to front of home to command stunning aspect over garden grounds and village, to River Forth. Doors also from hall to second, double bedroom, an apartment that could be used as principal, and wet room, with wet wall. The last room off hall is the spacious, rear dining room. An apartment (at 20 feet) that offers space for area to dine and recline. It is also perfectly placed for rear kitchen, located directly off. Kitchen completes the blend of traditional and modern with integrated appliances comprising integrated gas hob, electric oven, cooker hood and fridge. You will want to modernise and make your own. To put your stamp on a desirable building within a sought after village. You will however start with an historical dwelling house and terraced, gardeners garden that has sumptuous River Forth views from both home and grounds.
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.
Lounge (21'1 x 13'4)
Dining Room (17 x 12'6)
Kitchen (10 x 7'1)
Principal Bedroom (13'6 x 11'7)
Bedroom 2 (15'2 x 11'3)
Wet Room (10'6 x 5'3)
Gas central heating; Double glazing; Integrated gas hob, electric oven, cooker hood & fridge; Blinds; Curtains; Light fittings; Garden store;