The subjects comprise a generously proportioned, detached, 2 storey traditional stone constructed C Listed building held under a pitched and slated roof which we understand was built as a library and clinic around 1930.
Retaining many of its original period features both internally and externally, the property also benefits a sizeable enclosed garden to the rear enjoying views over the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh.
We have calculated that the premises have a gross internal area of approximately 853.21 sq m (9,184 sq ft) excluding the basement.
LocationKirkcaldy is one of Fife’s principal centres, having a resident population approaching 50,000 persons and a further catchment area now estimated to be in excess of 150,000. The town benefits from an excellent transportation system, having a mainline railway station located on the East Coast mainline which runs from London Kings Cross via Edinburgh to Aberdeen and a first class dual carriageway link onto Central Scotland’s motorway network.
Situated off Loughborough Road, the opportunity is located within a well-established and desirable residential area a short distance from St. Clair Street, which acts as one of the main arterial links to Kirkcaldy town centre from the A92 a short distance to the north.
Nearby schools include Sinclartown Primary School, 5 min walk /0.3 miles and the new Windmill Community Campus 17min walk/ 0.8 miles with good social, leisure and retailing amenities close at hand.
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