|16 High Street, Markinch, Glenrothes, Fife, KY7 6DQ
|Fixed Price £170,000
**NEW FIXED PRICE £15,000 BELOW THE HOME REPORT VALUATION**
Tastefully presented and spacious, three-bedroom, mid-terrace townhouse, with garden. Forming part of a period stone-built terrace conveniently located in the charming village centre of the Markinch, Fife. A welcoming vestibule opens into the hall, affording access throughout the majority of the ground floor, to the stairs leading to the upper halls, and to a convenient built-in storage cupboard. The tastefully finished and spacious living room is set to the front, on the first floor, with period features including a ceiling rose, ornate plasterwork and a traditional-style fireplace surround, as well as a shelved press. The dining room is on the ground floor, with the kitchen set to the rear, allowing access to the garden; whilst modern fitted units include stone effect worktops with matching splash backs and a sink with drainer; with appliances including an integrated oven, gas hob and microwave, and a freestanding fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and a washing machine housed in the utility. With wood effect flooring continuing from the hall and the majority of the ground floor, the master bedroom is set to the front offering a spacious room size and an en-suite shower room. Whilst two further spacious bedrooms are set on the second floor, similarly well-sized and finished with carpeted flooring, with bedroom three featuring built-in storage cupboards. Completing the accommodation, the stylish bathroom is set on the first floor with a modern three-piece suite including a rainfall shower over the bath, tiled splash walls, a ladder-style radiator and wood effect flooring; whilst also on the first floor, the stairs leading to the upper floor, offers flexible space for an office/study if desired, and superb storage space.
Markinch is a small residential town in the heart of Fife, two miles from Glenrothes, with excellent transport and commuter links by car to the A92, and linked to Dundee, Aberdeen and Edinburgh via rail from Markinch Railway Station. The town enjoys a range of local facilities including football, bowling, tennis, a curling club, and parks, the largest of which is Balbirnie Park which includes Balbirnie House Hotel and golf course, with excellent walks through long-established deciduous woodland. The nearby town of Glenrothes has a large range of supermarkets, a retail centre, pubs, restaurants and a modern leisure centre.
Council Tax Band: C