Rare Opportunity to Buy into Scottish History
Thursday, May 18th, 2017
on behalf of Boyd Legal
A STUNNING modern end of terrace villa is allowing buyers a slice of history in the sea-side town of Dalgety Bay.
Situated within the beautiful grounds of Donibristle House – on the banks of the Forth – the property forms part of an exclusive development with strong links to ancient Scotland.
The estate was given to the 1st Earl of Moray by Robert the Bruce, and became the scene of the killing of the 2nd Earl of Moray, in 1592, which is remembered in the ballad “The Bonnie Earl O’ Moray”.
On the market for offers over £334,000, the three bedroom home is located within one of the remaining wings, a category A listed building and combines historic setting with modern style and immaculately presented open plan living.
Kerry Wells, Property Manager for Boyd Property, said: “What an opportunity to buy a home with such a strong link to the past – while offering a comfortable, modern place to live.
“It is also a great setting and the prospect of a move to one of Scotland’s most charming towns will appeal greatly to househunters.
The ground floor boasts a spacious master bedroom with en-suite, two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a utility room.”
Upstairs features a light-filled open plan living and dining area, along with a state of the art kitchen.
Located in the charming coastal town of Dalgety Bay, a town which regularly holds the title of Best Kept Small Town, potential buyers can make the most of idyllic coastal scenery whilst still remaining an easy commute to Edinburgh city centre.
There are also a range of local amenities including two large supermarkets in the area, as well as a post office and library. Dalgety Bay has two local primary schools and sits within the catchment area for Inverkeithing high school, making this property perfect for families.
The area has a number of leisure pursuits including a sports center, sailing club and soft play not to mention the miles of wonderful coastal walks.
Viewings are available by appointment.
For more information on Boyd Property, visit: www.boydsolicitors.com
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