£75,000 Fixed price
The property is accessed via a communal stairway and is located on the first floor. On entering the property you are led to a spacious living area with fantastic bay windows which allow plenty of natural light into the room. The modern fitted kitchen/diner is also located on this floor and faces out to the rear of the property, lovely big windows again afford plenty of natural light into the space. On the second floor there is a sizeable master bedroom with bay windows and a spacious fitted bathroom with corner bath and shower. There are storage cupboards on both levels. The property is unusual in being split over 2 floors and gives the impression and feel of a larger property. An ideal first time purchase with room to increase value, or an investment property for the thriving lettings market in Biggar. Parking is readily available on the street outside and there is a communal garden area to the rear.
Situated in the thriving town of Biggar which has many local amenities including schools, doctors and dentists, shops, restaurants and pubs the property is ideally located for commuting to both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Living room - 3.2 x 5.8m
Kitchen/diner - 3.3 x 3m
Master bedroom - 3.2 x 5.8m
Bathroom - 2.5 x 2m
Sizes are approximate.
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