£58,000 Offers over
Sizeable first floor flat within the centrally positioned Kinneil House. This refurbished apartment offers attractive accommodation on one level comprising; reception hall with storage, generously sized lounge, re-fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms with wardrobe facilities and refitted bathroom with shower. In addition to fresh and tasteful decoration the specification of this flat also includes double glazing, electric heating and security entry system. This flat on the preferred first floor also features attractive open outlooks. Kinneil House enjoys well cared for communal areas and grounds. The building also benefits from a lift. The grounds looking towards Hamilton Race Course offer ample car parking facilities. The Furlongs has long been popular with the discerning buyer and offers easy access to all local Hamilton facilities including quality shopping and the adjacent Strathclyde Country Park. The local train station ensures speedy commute to destinations lying further afield. A seldom available opportunity to purchase a lower floor flat within Kinneil House the agents advise early internal viewing to appreciate fully.
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