For Sale / Auction £99,000 Guide Price - Residential
A semi detached period cottage dating back to around 1673 with crow steps to the gable side of the roof and roll top fishing wall to the front. The home is formed over two levels and comprises lounge, kitchen, bathroom and 3 bedrooms. A private garden to rear and attractive planting to the front and side areas. Fantastic position with easy access to the village square and shopping area.
- Early viewing essential.
- The property is available with early entry.
The home is entered from the main road via a small flight of steps. From the steps you are led directly into the lounge which benefits from stripped wooden flooring, feature working pewter fireplace with gas fire and neutral décor. Bathroom has a white three piece suite including roll top bath with telephone taps and a chrome wide head traditional shower fitted over and a heated chrome towel rail. A cabinet made oak galley style kitchen has wall and floor mounted cabinets with an integrated new gas hob/ electric fan oven and a double stainless steel bowl with mixer tap. A floored and lit full height attic room with electric sockets can be accessed from the lounge via a Ramsay ladder.
A spiral staircase leads to the lower level where there are three bedrooms and a dining area has been created.
Lounge: 6.65m x 3.23m
Kitchen: 4.58m x 1.35m
Bathroom: 1.95m x 1.80m
Bedroom 1: 4.38m x 2.07m
Bedroom 2: 2.92m x 2.38m
Bedroom 3: 2.26m x 2.07m
Further benefits include gas central heating (new combi boiler 2015) and traditional sash windows.
The property is of stone construction with a traditional pan tile roof. It is situated within a pretty street of 17th century colour washed cottages in the area where the village originated.
There is an enclosed garden with a seating area entered from the lower hallway or side gate.
Kincardine is a historic conservation village with a charming village centre providing excellent local shopping, schooling and civic amenities including Kincardine Health Centre and Tulliallen golf course and bowling green. The city of Stirling and major towns of Dunfermline and Falkirk and town of Alloa each provide a wider range of amenities including main line rail links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. There is a 20 minute bus service to Glasgow and bus service to Edinburgh. Kincardine proves popular with commuters seeking access to many central Scottish centres of business including Stirling, Fife, Edinburgh, Grangemouth, Falkirk and Glasgow.
A new Co-op superstore is planned to be open along with a new community hub. A small 17th century coaching inn restaurant with gastro pub Faodail is on the opposite side of the street.