This is a well presented four-bedroom detached villa situated in a highly desirable cul de sac in the coastal town of Dalgety Bay. Of note, the accommodation comprises: hallway, large family room with feature fireplace; kitchen/dining room with wall and base units, tiled splashback and integrated appliances; four bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes; shower room with white three piece suite; utility room and separate WC.
The property also has the benefit of gas central heating, double glazing, detached garage and well maintained garden grounds to front, side and rear of the property which add to the appeal of the property.
Five miles south east of Dunfermline and fourteen miles from Edinburgh, Dalgety Bay is a small prosperous costal town overlooking the Firth of Forth and conveniently located for the Queensferry Crossing and motorway network across central Scotland. Regents Way, within the town, is convenient for local shopping and amenities, providing a post office, library, doctor and dentist, police station, newsagent and other convenience stores and a Tesco supermarket. There is an Asda Superstore on Fulmar Way, further shops on Moray Way North and a BP service station incorporating an M&S Simply Food on Harbour Drive. Inverkeithing Primary School and St. John’s RC Primary School, Dunfermline and two secondary schools, Inverkeithing High School and St. Columba’s RC High School, Dunfermline are within the relevant catchment area. ESMS runs a daily return school coach service into Edinburgh. There are enjoyable walks through the Donibristle woods and direct access to the Fife Coastal Path, stretching from Culross to the Tay Bridge, close to the house. Dalgety Bay has: a Sports and Leisure Centre has a new gym; a Sailing Club; and access to a variety of local good restaurants. Golf is catered for with nearby courses at Aberdour, Inverkeithing and Dunfermline. The unstaffed Dalgety Bay station is located off the main road (A921) for trains to Edinburgh,