£76,000 Offers over
Fine, bright second floor flat in the iconic Sandringham building adjacent the promenade and shore front and encompassing direct Firth Of Clyde views over the water to Cumbrae and the Isle Of Arran beyond. Upgraded in recent years by the current owner, this property will appeal to a broad sector of the market including first or second time buyers and the holiday home purchaser. In more detail the accommodation comprises buzzer entry intercom system, tidy entrance way, reception hall with cloaks/store cupboard, bay windowed lounge, compact kitchen area with breakfast bar, double bedroom with en-suite shower room, separate WC, electric heating and double glazing. There are also communal gardens to the rear. EER Band D
Very pleasant second floor apartment
iconic Sandringham building adjacent to shore front
within level, short walking distance of town centre
secure/buzzer entry, reception hall
bay lounge, kitchen with appliances
double bedroom with en suite shower room
EER Band D
Lounge 17'9"x10' (5.4mx3.05m).
Kitchen 5'5"x4'5" (1.65mx1.35m).
Bedroom 12'9"x8'1" (3.89mx2.46m).
En-Suite 5'x2'10" (1.52mx0.86m).
WC 13'x3' (3.96mx0.91m).
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