£50,000 Fixed Price
Bright, well presented and maintained lefthand ground floor flat within a 2 storey and attic property situated at the junction of Cardiff Street/Crawford Street/West Bay Road and a short walking distance from the Harbour, Millport Town and amenities and the quieter West Bay Beach on the Isle of Cumbrae. The ground floor flat comprises hall, bright spacious livingroom to the front, large kitchen to the rear with bed recess, decent sized showerroom, double glazing and electric storage heating. The flat also benefits from high ceilings, double coving and attractive ceiling rose in the front room. Externally there is a private cellar, shared cellar in the landing and shared washhouse and drying green. The property is ideally suited as a holiday home or let and is well worth viewing.
EPC - F
The seaside town of Millport is just a 10 minute ferry journey from Largs and offers a variety of local services including Primary School, Health Centre, Library, golf course, bowling green and award winning blue flag beach. Glasgow is around an hour away and there are regular public transport connections available from Largs to Glasgow, Ayr, Paisley and the West of Scotland.
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