£160,000 Offers over
House Simple is pleased to present an excellent upper level conversion enjoying a delightful edge of village setting, with front aspects overlooking the Black Cart River and further aspects to the rear to countryside. Melfort House, a former Victorian country home, offers a modern standard of living whilst retaining many original features. The property benefits from gas central heating and own private garden with decked area and summer house situated at the riverside. Private parking within the grounds. The accommodation comprises wood panelled common entrance with carpeted stairway to a welcoming reception hallway, a large lounge with feature fireplace, modern fitted dining kitchen, two large double bedrooms and a large three piece bathroom. The private garden is an ideal spot for fishing the Black Cart River with a permit available from the Castle Angling Club. Brown trout, coarse fish species, migratory sea trout and Atlantic salmon can be found in the river. Kilbarchan is an historic conservation village which offers a range of local shops and facilities and is an ideal base for the commuting client, being adjacent to the by-pass which links up with the M8 motorway for connection to Glasgow International Airport, Paisley, Braehead shopping centre, Glasgow city centre and southwards to the Ayrshire coastline. Further shopping facilities can be found in the nearby town of Johnstone which will more than adequately cater for everyday needs and requirements. There is also a train station at Milliken Park, a 7 minute walk from the property, with additional park and ride facilities available at Johnstone and Howwood
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