|Old Mill Apartments, Flat 4 Mill Street, Kinross, KY13 8FY
|Offers Over £135,000
Immaculately presented and spacious, one-bedroom, ground-floor apartment, forming part of a period, stone-built conversion. Enjoying an end-of-cul-de-sac position, on a quiet side street, in the heart of the historic and sought-after town of Kinross, Kinross-shire. A welcoming entrance hall, with storage, is finished with light, neutral decor and solid oak flooring, which continues into the home’s well-proportioned open-plan kitchen/living/dining room. Filled with natural light from twin, sash and case windows, the tastefully presented space offers a versatile floorplan for both lounge and dining furniture, and incorporates built-in storage, a well-equipped, modern kitchen and a breakfast bar. A full range of integrated appliances includes a double oven, a five-burner gas hob, a stainless-steel canopy, a fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, a wine cooler and a washing machine. A double bedroom benefits from integrated wardrobe storage and offers plenty of space for both freestanding bedroom and home office furnishings. Completing the accommodation, a stylish bathroom comprises a three-piece suite, a glazed, recessed shower cubicle, a chrome, ladder-stye radiator and tiled splash walls and flooring.
A traditional county town of the historic county of Kinross-shire, the town of Kinross is set amid lovely open green spaces and Loch Leven, the largest loch of the Scottish lowlands. The town offers superb outdoor recreation activities such as a golf course, walking and cycling trails. A good range of local shopping and amenities includes a Sainsbury’s, a butcher’s, hairdressing salons, a post office and a medical practice. The town also offers a good choice of eateries, including a number of restaurants and coffee shops. Nearby Dunfermline offers further facilities with a large retail park, an ASDA superstore, a leisure park with an Odeon cinema, and theatre and sports facilities. The area is well served for schooling at all levels with multiple primaries in the area and secondary schooling at Kinross High School. Kinross is well-placed for commuting as it is adjacent to the M90 motorway with easy access to Edinburgh, Perth and Dunfermline, as well as providing excellent public transport with regular bus services to the main neighbouring towns.
Council Tax Band: B