53 Lady Nairn Avenue, Kirkcaldy
KY1 2AR

  • £315,000 Offers Over

Overview

  • Semi-Detached House
  • Property Type
  • 3
  • Bedrooms
  • 2
  • Bathrooms
  • 1
  • Garage
53 Lady Nairn Avenue, Kirkcaldy

Description

Welcome to this immaculately presented and charming three-bedroom, semi-detached house, situated in the popular area of Kirkcaldy with large private garden and garage.

This three-bedroom property has not only been extremely well maintained internally with its stylish décor and modernisation but also exudes curb appeal, with its recently replaced windows, front door, long driveway and landscaped front garden. Sitting only five minutes from the local train station and larger cities easily accessible by bus, it makes for a popular location for commuters.

Internally the home has been designed with easy family living in mind, with large open plan spaces effortlessly flowing from one functionality to the other, creating an ideal space for entertaining. To the front of the home sits the large living area which benefits not only from a South facing bay window and ornate cornicing, but also a feature gas fireplace which acts as a focal point for the room. To the rear of the ground floor, is the large and bright kitchen, thoughtfully designed to feature a breakfast bar, large range cooker, dishwasher, and ample storage and surface space, perfectly complemented by a multi-fuel stove for those cosy evenings in. Running on from the kitchen, the current owners have made a fantastic space to relax and entertain, by extending out into the garden to make an extremely functional and bright conservatory which looks out onto the large private garden.

On the first floor sits the generously sized master bedroom, complete with large South facing bay window and ample room for extra bedroom furniture. There are a further two double bedrooms, with one currently set up as a dressing room. Completing this floor is a modern family bathroom with bath over shower.

Further benefits include downstairs w/c, garage with electrical points, three car driveway, large floored and accessible loft space and a newly fitted boiler in 2023.

Early viewings highly recommend to take in all this beautiful home has to offer.

Location
Positioned on the rugged east coast of Fife and looking out over the Firth of Forth, the popular town of Kirkcaldy is affectionately known as the ‘Lang Toun’ owing to its early origins as just one long street. Further development of the town was driven by its rich manufacturing industry, the most successful of which was the production of linoleum. Today Kirkcaldy is one of the largest towns in Fife, with excellent services and amenities, cultural attractions, outdoor pursuits and transport links. The thriving town centre, which runs parallel to the picturesque esplanade, boasts an array of local shops and high-street stores, plus a selection of supermarkets, an indoor market and two shopping centres. For sport and leisure, there are several gyms and sports centres, not to mention the plethora of outdoor activities right on its doorstep: from relaxed rounds of golf at Kirkcaldy Golf Club, to exploring the nearby Lomond Hills Regional Park and Loch Leven Nature Reserve. For cultural attractions, Kirkcaldy Galleries houses the town library, museum and art gallery, while the Adam Smith Theatre hosts a full programme of theatre, live music and cinema all year round. Popular with families, Kirkcaldy is served by several primary and secondary schools, and is also well placed for a range of independent schooling options from nursery to senior level. The town is also ideal for commuters, owing to its convenient road and rail links throughout Fife and the Lothians.

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Updated on April 16, 2024 at 10:00 pm
701128
  • Property Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage: 1
  • Council Tax Band: E

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