The Forth Bridge is, arguably, one of the most iconic sights associated with Scotland, and it could be on your doorstep thanks to the location of this spacious home.
This extended, detached bungalow is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in North Queensferry in Fife, and is ideal for a growing family.
On the market for a fixed price of £475,000, the property will also appeal to commuters to Edinburgh as the train journey to the capital is only 25 minutes.
Although the home has already been extended - the attic is now an en suite, master bedroom - there is scope for further development.
Comprising a large living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, five bedrooms (two en suite) and a family bathroom.
Views of the famous Forth Bridge can be enjoyed from the living room, which has dual aspect, full height windows, dining room and master bedroom.
Outside there's a private garage, driveway and front and rear gardens.
Sellers VMH Solicitors describe the location: " Nestled on the north side of the Forth Estuary the historic village of North Queensferry is listed among the 'Best Places to Live in Scotland' by The Sunday Times (March 2016).
"The quaint village is served by a local shop, traditional hotel, community centre and eateries.
"Primary schooling is provided at North Queensferry Primary School, followed by secondary education at Inverkeithing High School.
"Edinburgh is less than 30 minutes away by car or train with the train station being within easy walking distance from the property."