This beautiful house in a prestigious cul-de-sac has some of the best views possible from a Bo’ness property.
Built in 1969 by current owner Catherine Andrews, it is a spacious family home, with large lounge, dining kitchen and three generous bedrooms.
As well as the views, which stretch to Kincardine and Stirling on a clear day, it also has pretty, well-kept gardens at the side, front and back.
Mrs Andrews said: “It’s a real family home.
“It’s in a lovely location, with wonderful views as it’s straight across from Culross.
“It’s also a very welcoming place; when you come in the front door you feel right at home.”
The layout and shape of this house offers its owners ample space and plenty of opportunities to take in the views.
The large lounge has a gas fire and windows at both ends to let in the light.
At the end of the room is a sliding door, which leads on to a pretty balcony offering views of the water and the Ochils.
A separate dining room also boasts views across the Forth.
Another attractive feature of this Dundas Street house is the hallway, staircase and galleried landing.
The wide, spacious hall adds to the welcoming atmosphere of the property, and there’s a WC on the ground floor and cupboards on both levels.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is comfortable and large, with space for a dressing area to be added.
There is also an added bonus of a den room.
Although this room currently has no windows, they could be added to create an extra space or a fourth bedroom.
The outside of this family home is just as appealing.
In addition to the super views, there are also well-kept gardens.
The front garden is south facing, and a driveway provides parking and access to the integral garage that has power, lights, tap and a window.
Mrs Andrews added: “The garden is large at the back and all the gardens have been well looked after.”
Throughout this house is well maintained, with regular updates being undertaken over the years.
However, the property also has a new shower and combi boiler which was added last year.
Estate agent Paul Rolfe said: “The property is well presented and would make a fabulous family home.
“It also has, probably, one of the best views across the Forth we have ever seen.”