£55,000 Offers over
This two bedroom apartment is located close to Johnstone Town Centre and has private residents parking. The property has good sized rooms and has been well maintained but may benefit from some internal modernisation.
There is a security entry system which gives access to the communal close and the property is on the second floor. There is a reception hallway which gives access to all the main apartments and has good storage cupboards. The lounge is a generous room with French doors opening to the private balcony. There is a fitted kitchen with a selection of storage units with space for a fridge, cooker, washing machine and dryer. There are two double bedrooms with outlooks to the side and rear of the building. Completing the accommodation is the three piece bathroom.
The property further benefits from storage heating and double glazing.
Johnstone has a busy Town Centre with a wide selection of shops, bars and restaurants. There is a regular rail service to Glasgow Central and Ayr from Johnstone Train Station and excellent road links to the central belt.
Lounge 15'8 x 12'10
Bathroom 7'7 x 5'10
Kitchen 9'9 x 9'5
Bedroom 1 13'2 x 10'7
Bedroom 2 13'3 x 8'4
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