The apartment is situated in the sought after Duloch residential area of Dunfermline only 8 miles from Edinburgh. Dunfermline is connected by rail, an excellent road network and bus service to the Capital City. The area is mostly comprised of large detached houses with a small number of spacious apartments. Located at ground level the apartment is accessed from the private parking area via a short pathway through the manicured lawned grounds which belong to the apartments.
The apartment opens in to a spacious hallway with good storage cupboard and hard wood flooring.
A bright and airy lounge, with two large picture windows, one south facing, provides a sunny aspect to relax and enjoy a good book. The room is well furnished with a 3 and a 2 seater settee, side tables with lamps and occasional furniture with storage. The TV is connected to Freeview. There is also WIFI. Views are to the landscaped gardens which surround this lovely property.
The modern kitchen with Siemens integrated appliances is very well fitted and stocked with an excellent range of cooking equipment. This spacious kitchen also offers a lovely dining area with glass table and four chairs. There is concealed lighting under the kitchen units should you wish to use these while dining.
Both bedrooms are south facing with large fitted wardrobes and bedside tables with lamps. Both are very spacious and well decorated, with comfortable John Lewis mattresses and M & S bedding. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room with large shower unit, toilet and vanity unit. The 2nd bedroom is spacious again with a large fitted wardrobe, bedside tables with lamps and has exclusive use of a second large bathroom with bath, toilet and vanity unit. Both bathrooms have heated chrome towel rails.
The property is maintained to a very high standard throughout.
Dunfermline is situated just off the Forth Road bridge and offers a wealth of excellent restaurants, bars and cafes or try the coastal fish restaurants for the freshest of Scottish produce. Many hours can be spent wandering around the quaint old town of Dunfermline or in the beautiful ruins of the famous Dunfermline Abbey and Palace steeped in ancient history. Founded by Queen Margaret in the 11th century, it is now known for being the resting place of King Robert the Bruce and parts are still used for weddings and other civic functions. For golf lovers Dunfermline could not be better placed with a choice of 4 local courses and a further 41 golf courses including St Andrews 40 min (the home of golf). Aberdour 15 min. Burntisland 20 min. Balwearie (Kirkcaldy) 20 min Leven 30 min. Saline 30 min. Lundin Links 35 min. Kinghorn 25 min. Glenrothes 20 min. Cupar 25 min. Crail 40 min. Ladybank 35 min to name but a few! The town offers excellent rail and road links to Edinburgh (Festival and Fringe), Perth, Glasgow (City of Culture), The Lochs, The Trossachs and the Highlands. Whisky Distilleries and tartan shops/mills abound and there are many local festivals offering an insight to Scotland's traditions and culture including the Highland Games at Blair Athol. “T In the Park” is a popular music festival for the young held annually at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire and of course there are plenty of rugby matches at Murrayfield in Edinburgh for those interested in sport. Other Activities include theatre, concerts, Edinburgh festival and Fringe, Knockhill racing circuit. There are excellent transport links. The nearest road link to all routes is 5 min from the apartment. Edinburgh Airport is 15 min. The mainline train station offers fast transport to Edinburgh, Perth, the Trossachs, Highlands & East Coastal Route. The town centre is a conservation area boasting many historical buildings and is home to an excellent selection of trendy bars, restaurants, banks, shops and supermarkets. The local coastal villages offer some of the best fish and seafood in Scotland and have remained unchanged for centuries.
The Fife Coastal Path is a very famous route which runs from the Firth of Forth with its rail and suspension bridges up to the Firth of Tay. On its journey it takes you along the East coast of Scotland through villages and towns such as Kinghorn, Burntisland, Elie, Anstruther and Crail. The area boasts some beautiful beaches and famous harbours with the white washed fishing villages of the East Neuk of Fife dotted along the coast line.