£165,000 Offers over
Traditional first floor conversion occupying a prominent position on the corner of Crawford Street and Gogo Street, within the popular coastal town of Largs. The apartment faces onto the Gogo Burn with fabulous view over Mackerston, the Firth of Clyde and beyond.
Extensively updated and modernised in recent years, this well proportioned and immaculately maintained traditional residence offers first floor level accommodation, which in more detail, comprises: reception hallway with useful storage cupboards, delightful front facing bay windowed lounge which has fabulous views, ornate coving plus decorative centre rose, separate fully fitted and well equipped dining kitchen with ample space for a large table and chairs and appliances such as: gas hob, oven, hood, washing machine and separate fridge and freezer. There are three double bedrooms - with one of the bedrooms having a walk in cupboard/dressing area. The modern bathroom has a three piece suite complete with "P" shaped shower bath. The property has gas central heating, double glazing and is also offered to sale with all fitted floor coverings, curtains and blinds.
Externally, the property has areas of private garden, a timber garage and driveway offering off road parking for two cars pertaining to the apartment accessed from Union Street. There are also common garden areas.
A superb first floor conversion of a traditional building, centrally located and ideally located for all local amenities and within a few minutes walk of Largs shore front and promenade.
Largs is a popular town located on the West Coast of Scotland on the ever popular Firth of Clyde. The town itself provides excellent local shopping, restaurants, bars and the iconic Nardini's, and also schooling at both primary and secondary levels. Those seeking social pursuits can find these within Vikingar, Kelburn Country Park, the ever popular Largs shorefront, an abundance of local golf courses to suit all levels and Largs Yacht Haven which offers access to the renowned sailing waters of the West Coast. Largs offers an ideal base to access all major road networks and is in close proximity to both international airports at Glasgow and Prestwick. Train services are also available direct to Glasgow Central Station and destinations further afield. EER Band C
Superbly positioned traditional upper conversion with aspects over the Gogo Burn and Firth Of Clyde in a quiet location close by the shore front and town centre and all associated amenities. Reception hall, bay windowed lounge, dining kitchen with appliances, three double bedrooms, bathroom, gas central heating and double glazing. Garage and parking. EER Band C
Lounge 16'7"x17' to max (5.05mx5.18m to max).
Dining Kitchen 10'3" (3.12m)x6 + 9' (2.74m)x7'2" (2.18m).
Bedroom 1 13'x13' (3.96mx3.96m).
Cupboard 1 5'x4' (1.52mx1.22m).
Bedroom 2 16'2"x10'3" (4.93mx3.12m).
Bedroom 3 14'10"x11'8" (4.52mx3.56m).
Cupboard 2 6'x4' (1.83mx1.22m).
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