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6 Abden Avenue

Kinghorn, Burntisland, KY3 9TQ

Offers Over £450,000

  • Charming Edwardian home set in a quiet residential area with views of the Firth of Forth

  • 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms (1 en suite), family bathroom, WC.

  • Large enclosed rear garden with steps leading down to Ladyburn Place

  • Summerhouse. Garden shed

  • Generous monoblock parking area

  • Set in a quiet residential area with coastal views over roof tops

6 Abden Avenue is situated in a quiet residential area on the edge of edge of Kinghorn, a charming coastal village with some shops and local services including a community library and community centre with sports hall. There is …

6 Abden Avenue is situated in a quiet residential area on the edge of edge of Kinghorn, a charming coastal village with some shops and local services including a community library and community centre with sports hall. There is a train station on the main East Coast Line with regular connections to Edinburgh and north to Inverness as well as regular Fife circle trains. A wider offering of amenities is available in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline, which are both close by, with St Andrews, Perth, Dundee and Edinburgh all within comfortable driving distance. Nearby Burntisland (3miles) offers a wide range of small independent shops and cafes on its vibrant High Street. The glorious countryside and coastline in the area comprises a lovely mix of rolling hills, woods, farmland, river and beaches offering considerable scope for the outdoor enthusiast with walking, riding, cycling, sailing, shooting and fishing all readily available along with an abundance of wildlife. Less than 10 minutes’ walk from the property is the picturesque Kinghorn Harbour with Lifeboat Station and a sandy beach and just over a mile away is Pettycur Harbour and another sandy beach. The Ecology Centre which offers a range of activities for children and adults is located at Kinghorn Loch which is a haven for wildlife with a bird hide and offers some lovely wildlife activities, walks, a cafe and fishing. There is a golf course and club in Kinghorn with various golf courses close by. Kinghorn is on the Fife coastal path which offers good walking routes. Accessibility is excellent with the centre of Edinburgh only 23 miles distant by road. There is a primary school in Kinghorn and it is in the catchment area for Balwearie High School with independent schooling available at nearby Dollar, Perth and Edinburgh.

6 Abden Avenue is a charming home dating from around 1910 and constructed of rendered white walls under a series of pitched tiled roofs. Internally the accommodation is well proportioned and extends to 200 sqm and is ideal for entertaining and modern family living. The house is in excellent decorative order, has double glazed windows and much of the ground floor benefits from hard wood flooring.

The house is approached by a vestibule which leads into a large dining hall with a fireplace and doors off to a conservatory, sitting room, WC and family room. The sitting room has a lovely bay window, fireplace and a picture rail. A door opens out from the conservatory to a lovely sheltered terrace. The family room also benefits from sea views, a fireplace and has a door connecting through to a spacious kitchen, which has a Belfast sink, granite worktops, an Aga and views over the Forth. Situated off the kitchen is a utility room (built as an extension by the current owners in more recent years), which offers a good range of hand built units with elm worktops, a Belfast sink, clothes pulley as well as a rear entrance.

The bedroom accommodation on the first floor comprises four bedrooms (1 en suite) and a family bathroom. The south and east facing bedrooms enjoy views over roof tops to the Firth of Forth.

Ground Floor: Dining hall. Sitting room. Conservatory. Family room leading to kitchen with utility room off. WC.

First Floor: 4 bedrooms (1 with en suite) (1 with wash hand basin), family bathroom

The house is approached from Abden Avenue by a generous monoblock area which lead round to paths either side of the house.
To the south west side of the house is a lovely garden contained by stone walls and largely laid to lawn with lovely herbaceous borders and mature fruit trees and shrubs. Approached by a wooden deck to the side of the garden is a summerhouse and garden shed. At the far end of the garden is a gate, which leads to steps down to Ladyburn Place.


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Light fittings, blinds and curtains are included (curtains in main bedroom are not included)
Dishwasher in kitchen, under counter freezer and washing machine in utility are included (free standing fridge in utility is not included).