The property is located in the town centre of this picturesque coastal town, brimming with fascinating history and geography and widely popular with families and day trippers alike as a friendly seaside retreat. Very much a lively town; with a recently constructed new primary school and among the largest ancient harbour in the Firth of Forth the town has a tranquil almost island like feel. With some interesting and impressive marine industries surrounding the harbour and busy local sailing and sub aqua club, the link with the sea is always felt here.
Amenities are all nearby with plenty of on-street parking, Somerville Street runs parallel to the high street with a profusion of local shops offering fresh produce as well as a range of pleasant tea rooms and friendly local pubs to choose from. Also within a few minutes’ walk are the leisure centre, stunning blue flag beach, central links and train station with regular trains running to and from Edinburgh city centre within 35 minutes - taking passengers along some of the country’s most beautiful coastal railway lines and the world renowned Forth Rail Bridge.
The flat itself is located just off the links, high street and health centre. The recent renovation was intended to give a light and open plan feel and we think you'll agree that has been achieved.
The living area comprises large open plan lounge and adjoining kitchen with views over gardens to the rear of the property. The kitchen has various pleasant features including solid oak worktops and an exposed original sandstone column. Appliances with new kitchen include a gas hob, washer dryer, and full height fridge. The rest of the flat comprises a large bedroom, small bedroom/study, and shower room, accessed off a central corridor.
The property has Gas Central Heating with A rated condensing combi boiler supplying heating, hot water and shower. The property also benefits from double glazing. There is external shared storage space off the main stairwell and a shared courtyard garden to the rear.