Beechwood House is a lovely 4 bed semi detached house with private garden, off street parking and garage within the centre of the picturesque village of Culross.
On the ground floor there is a large lounge with windows out to the front and rear of the property.
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, walk-in wardrobes and separate storage cupboard.
Fitted kitchen with space for a small table and separate dining area which then leads onto the utility room. A small study / store can be found next to the kitchen.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and family shower room.
The property has two back doors which leads into the large garden.
Large garden to the rear of Beechwood which joins to the second garden area behind the garage. If the scrubs were to be cut back it would certainly open up lovely see views as the beach is basically at the bottom of the garden.
The landlord has arranged for the garden to be tidied in the coming weeks.
Mains gas central heating.
Pets considered, Available Now, Unfurnished.
Rent £865 pcm
Deposit - No deposit required
Council Tax Band F
This property is quietly situated within the sought-after conservation village of Culross which is noted for its historic architecture and charming feel.
Culross Abbey was founded in 1217 when the village was an important religious centre, with many of the historic buildings now under the ownership and care of the National Trust for Scotland.
Culross is based on a 16th century village with many period buildings and original narrow streets or wynds. Buildings in the village include the 1597 palace which has been restored to its original rustic yellow render, its mercat cross and the 1625 townhouse which is now used as a National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre.
The village has also featured in the TV drama "Outlander". Modern day Culross offers many benefits for family living and is readily accessible to all the major towns of central Scotland.
Commuting into Edinburgh has recently been enhanced with the opening of the new Queensferry Crossing.
The village provides a useful range of local services including a combination of convenience and tourism based shops as well as a gallery.
Nearby Dunfermline has a busy high street, an ancient abbey (burial place of Robert the Bruce), Carnegie Hall, Alhambra Theatre and the lovely seventy-six acre Pittencrieff Park locally known as The Glen which is popular with families.
Culross has a good primary school and there is state secondary schooling in Dunfermline. A bus runs daily through Culross to Dollar Academy and there are several other highly regarded schools in Perthshire, Fife and Edinburgh.
The property benefits from excellent communication links with train stations at Inverkeithing, Alloa, Dunfermline and Falkirk.
Access to Edinburgh can be via either the Kincardine Bridge or the Queensferry Crossing and there is a Park 'N' Ride at Ferry Toll with regular buses into Edinburgh and north throughout Scotland.
Edinburgh Airport is twenty-one miles away and provides an excellent range of international and domestic flights.
The surrounding area offers a wide range of leisure and recreational opportunities from sailing on the River Forth, golfing on the local courses, fishing on nearby reservoirs and walking in the beautiful countryside.
EPC Rating = D
Letting Agent Registration Number: LARN1810017