This First Floor, Main Door Flat has to be viewed to be truly appreciated. With modern Breakfasting Kitchen, newly installed Bathroom Suite, quality carpets and traditional features throughout, this property benefits from tree top views, a large, private, mature, rear garden and low maintenance front garden.
The attractive county town of Kinross enjoys a scenic setting on the shores of Loch Leven. It is to be found amid panoramic open countryside and surrounding hills.
The location offers excellent access to many of Scotland’s major cities via the M90, A91 and A977. Kinross benefits from Park and Ride facilities, giving commuters easy access to cities including Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee. Public transport to Glasgow is also available from the Halbeath Park and Ride facility at Junction 3 of the M90. The national rail network can be accessed at Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline, Inverkeithing and Perth stations.
This property is within walking distance of the catchment school, the newly constructed Kinross Primary School (2017.) Pupils then feeds into the highly-regarded Kinross High School, which can be found within the Kinross Community Campus (2009.) The Community Campus, (to be found less than 500m from this property) also houses the Kinross Library, Kinross Museum and has facilities including a dance studio, indoor climbing wall and gymnasium. Public swimming and squash courts are to be found at Loch Leven Leisure Centre, less than 100 metres from the Community Campus. Private schools including Dollar Academy, Kilgraston, Glenalmond, Craigclowan and Strathallan are all within easy reach.
Kinross-shire is an area of natural beauty and offers a wide range of recreational and leisure pursuits including the Loch Leven Heritage Trail, RSPB Loch Leven and Loch Leven Castle where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567. The area if famous for its numerous Golf courses while an all-weather pitch at the Campus provides opportunities to participate in alternative sports all year round. Sports Clubs in the area include Tennis, Bowling, Curling, Cricket, Rugby, Cycling and Swimming to name but a few. Kinross-shire has recreational facilities available for all ages.
Located in a quiet, popular, residential area, this property has to be viewed to be truly appreciated. Simply bursting with traditional features, the property has spacious accommodation throughout and has received recent significant investment.
This main door, first floor flat benefits from a high degree of natural light and privacy. Features include original panel doors, ornate staircase with traditional turned wooden handrail and sash and case windows. Views to the front are of mature tree tops, and to the rear, views of the large, enclosed well-stocked garden, which is accessed via a side path.
At the entrance level, the property has a handy utility cupboard and the carpeted, curved staircase, with mid height window leads to the impressive first floor accommodation. The breakfasting kitchen has a good range of shaker style, base and wall units including a breakfast bar area. Fittings / appliances include an integrated electric oven, four ring gas hob, stainless steel over hob extractor, integrated slim line dishwasher, integrated hoover washing machine and separate integrated fridge and freezer. The bright, spacious sitting room has a fitted wall press, views of the garden and space for seating, dining and occasional furniture. The focal point of the room is the timber fireplace
With mains gas, flame fire (disconnected). The bathroom has a newly installed white suite which includes vanity furniture and bath with over bath mains shower facilities.
The master bedroom is an impressive king sized room with original cornice and views of the private garden bedroom 2 can accommodate a double bed and enjoys tree top views. With an excellent balance of "traditional" and "modern," viewing is absolutely essential.
EPC Rating - D.