£50,000 Offers over
Centrally located on the town's McLelland Drive, this traditional sandstone ground floor flat features a bay window with aspects onto Howard Park. An ideal first time buy given the internal condition and presentation, viewing is highly recommended by the selling agents.
Internal viewing reveals the reception hall with large utility/store cupboard and plumbing for a washing machine, lounge, bathroom, kitchen and double bedroom. The recently decorated lounge has an attractive fireplace andneutral carpeting while the large double bedroom retains period features and a bay window to the front. The stylish modern fitted kitchen is includes an exterior door which leads to the back garden. The fully tiled modern bathroom has a white three piece suite, shower over bath and W.C with vanity unit. To the front of the property is driveway parking.
A new combi-boiler provides gas central heating and the flat features double glazing. There is a local shop on McLelland Drive and Kilmarnock's town centre, which has a selection of amenities, is within easy walking distance.
EER: Band D
Lounge 15'1"x11'8" (4.6mx3.56m).
Kitchen 7'9"x5' (2.36mx1.52m).
Bedroom 16'4"x10'9" (4.98mx3.28m).
Bathroom 9'1"x4'6" (2.77mx1.37m).
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