This self catering, traditional Fife townhouse from 1890 is on two floors.
On the first floor (one flight up from street level) is the Lounge, Morning Room, Kitchen and Bathroom. Leading out from the Morning Room is a deck area that overlooks a secluded garden, which often provides a sun trap seating area.
The property was constructed in approximately 1890 and modernised within the past decade to provide a living space that combines the grace of the Victorian period with modern functionality.
The Lounge, which has large windows overlooking the street, is spacious with its high ceilings and original Victorian cornices. For the golf lover, the room is tastefully decorated with unique artwork and memorabilia. The facilities include television, with DVD and VHS tape players (with a large selection of movies), WIFI and a stereo music system.
The Morning Room, which is connected to the Kitchen, is a warm family room, with dining facilities and casual seating. The Kitchen is fully equipped with fridge/ freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, spin dryer, oven, hob and microwave oven. Crockery and glassware are all of a high standard expected of a 5 Star Quality Standard.
The bathroom is equipped with a Victorian style “slipper bath”.
A spiral ornamental staircase leads to the second floor where there are three double bedrooms, each with a king sized bed. In the front bedroom there is also a single bed. Two of the bedrooms have en suite shower rooms.
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