£79,000 Offers over
This delightful and charming main door ground floor conversion complete with character quarter paned windows forms part of an architect designed, late Victorian B listed Mansion House (Croftmhor) designed and built in the distinctive Arts &Crafts style, which was popular at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries. Upper Skelmorlie was a popular area for the wealthy to build their imposing Mansions during this era. This excellent and very comfortable apartment - which, incidentally, will appeal to both young and elderly alike and has easy access accommodation on offer within which extends to: hall, bright lounge, kitchen with appliances, two exterior doors and useful utility cupboard. There is also a tiled shower room and double bedroom plus gas central heating.
Skelmorlie is a popular coastal village lying to the north of Largs which has local amenities to include shops, and primary schooling. Those seeking independent schooling can find this in Glasgow and Kilmacolm. For the commuter it is an ideal base as there are excellent road networks out of the area to destinations further afield. Those seeking rail transport can find this both in close by Wemyss Bay and Largs. There is also a Ferry terminal in Wemyss Bay.
EER Band D
delightful and charming main door ground floor conversion
within Croftmhor an architect designed, late Victorian B listed Mansion
distinctive Arts &Crafts style
kitchen with two exterior doors
useful utility cupboard
tiled shower room
gas c/h. large garden hut
Convenient for both Largs and Greenock.
EER Band D
Lounge 16'9" x 11'2" (5.1m x 3.4m).
Kitchen 17'1" x 8'2" (5.2m x 2.5m).
Shower room 9'6" x 5'11" (2.9m x 1.8m).
Bedroom 12'10" x 11'2" (3.91m x 3.4m).
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