26 Rose Street, Dunfermline, Fife, KY12 0RE

£525 pcm


Property Details

  • £525 pcm
  • Flat
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Receptions: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1  
  • Date Available: January 2018


Unfurnished traditional style main door top floor flat in ideal location close to town centre. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, spacious lounge, dining kitchen with electric oven, fridge and washing machine, stylish shower room, spacious double bedroom with fitted mirrored wardrobes and second double bedroom. Shared garden. On street parking. GCH and DG. EPC RATING “D”.  Council Tax Band “B”.  Landlords registration no 348754/250/13541. No pets or smokers. Available January 2018.


The Royal Burgh of Dunfermline is of considerable historic interest & is the resting place of King Robert the Bruce. Carnegie’s Birthplace museum, the Abbey and Abbot House reflect the historic interest of the City, whilst recent developments have seen Dunfermline move into the modern era. Dunfermline is located approximately five miles from the Forth Road Bridge & is  particularly popular with commuters to Edinburgh & many parts of the central belt with easy access to the M90 motorway with its direct links to Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee & across the Kincardine Bridge by way of motorways to Stirling, Glasgow & the West. It benefits from a full range of shops, social & leisure facilities & educational establishments associated with a modern City. The local railway stations provide a regular service to Edinburgh with inter city links to other parts of the UK. There are regular and convenient bus services both local and national.


All viewings by appointment via Morgans on 01383 620222.


From Dunfermline town centre head north passing the police station, continue up Townhill Road taking the second turning on your left into Rose Street, follow the road along where you will see the property on the left hand side.




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