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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

39 Cromwell Road, Burntisland

Removed £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Garden
  • Garage
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Good Views
  • Ample Storage
  • Close to public transport
  • En suite
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Parking
  • Shops and amenities nearby

Full description

This traditional semi-detached, C-Listed Edwardian Villa with Tudor style front aspect is situated within the popular coastal town of Burntisland. The spacious accommodation is formed over three floors and comprises of;
Entrance vestibule, welcoming reception hall, formal lounge, dining room, contemporary breakfasting kitchen, two utility rooms, guests breakfast room, four double bedrooms (2 with en-suite), a family bathroom and separate w/c.
The property boasts well maintained landscaped gardens, seated patio areas as well as a driveway and detached garage (which is accessed from rear - Broomhill Avenue). The lower floor of this wonderful family home is utilised by the current owners as a successful Bed and Breakfast operation. The lower floor is self-contained and provides excellent flexibility to this property, as it could become a seperate flat, continue as B&B or form part of a family home.
On the ground floor, the front entrance vestibule gives access into the main reception hallway. The lounge is a beautifully presented public room with sash and case windows to front and side. A traditional fireplace with marble hearth and a gas fire provides an attractive focal point to the room. The formal dining room has a front facing window formation and provides ample space for family dining or could be a useful office or bedroom 5. The breakfasting kitchen has been upgraded and provides excellent work-surface and storage space, integrated AEG appliances, a centre island breakfast bar with ceramic hob and a lovely turret window with bay seating. Access is gained into the utility room which is fitted with base and wall mounted storage units. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the family bathroom which is fitted with a three piece suite comprising w/c, wash hand basin and bath. On the 1st floor, bedroom one is a spacious double bedroom which features an attractive stain glass window formation to the front. The room benefits from fitted wardrobes and drawers and overhead storage. Bedroom two is also a double bedroom with a rear aspect window formation - currently used as an office.
The lower floor is utilised by the current owners as the Bed and Breakfast area and comprises of two spacious double bedrooms each with en-suite shower rooms, a breakfast room, a second utility room and a separate w/c.
The property is mostly secondary glazed wih the original sash & cash windows in place and also has gas central heating. The property is enhanced by many attractive period features. Externally, there are beautiful and well maintained gardens that are well stocked with mature trees and plants. The driveway is accessed from the rear of the property and is adjacent to the detached garage.
In summary, this impressive property would suit a variety of purchasers including those interested in running a Bed and Breakfast business, or those simply searching for a unique and rarely available home.
Home Report Valuation £275,000
Council Tax Band E
Currently operates as a successful Bed & Breakfast
Unique Layout.
Lovely terraced gardens / patios
Parking /garage to rear
Gas Central Heating / Secondary Glazing
Period Features
EPC rate E
The Royal Burgh of Burntisland is a coastal resort on the Firth of Forth. There are a wide range of services and amenities including local shopping, banking, recreational and sporting facilities. Burntisland has a local railway station giving direct access to Edinburgh. The attractive coastal town boasts a lovely sandy Blue Flag beach as well as a popular fairground throughout the summer months - ideal for those wishing to run a B&B. The highlight of the summer is the Highland Games in July, which attract thousands of visitors. The town has a highly rated 18-hole golf course, a popular bowling green, and a modern leisure centre which includes a swimming pool. Burntisland also has many historic attractions. Among the notable buildings are the Parish Church and Rossend Castle. There is the Fife Coastal Path which is easily accessed and runs from the Forth Estuary in the south, to the Tay Estuary. To the north of the town lies The Binn, which is a landmark on the Fife coastline and rises 193m above sea level. The town is situated on the main Aberdeen to Edinburgh rail link which facilitates easy commuting. A wider range of amenities are available in the larger towns of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. Local primary schooling is available within walking distance to the property.
Upon entering Burntisland from Kinghorn on the A921, continue along Kinghorn Road (A921) up to roundabout and take the second exit onto Cromwell Road where the property can be located on the left hand side. (Note that the driveway to the property is accessed off Broomhill Avenue). Travelling from Aberdour on A921 east bound, on entrering Burntisland, take the 3rd exit right at second roundabout onto Cromwell Road and no.39 on right-hand side
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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 November 2016


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