£49,995 Offers around
Scottish Property Centre is delighted to welcome to the local marketplace this 3 bedroom upper cottage flat located in the popular village of Chapelhall, a short drive from Airdrie Town Centre,
First legal Offer in region of £49,995 with approved funds will be accepted
The property has accommodation over one level, from the hallway you will gain access to all rooms, spacious lounge & kitchen, family bathroom and three double bedrooms.
The property further benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, large to the side and large garden to the rear of the property.
The property is situated close to local primary campus of Chapelhall Primary and St Aloysious Primary as well as a number secondary schools and shops. It is within a short journey of Airdrie Town Centre and its selection of bars and restaurants and access to public transport offering easy commuting within the central belt. The M8 motorway link is a two minute drive which allows a fast commute both east and west to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
This property has a Home Report Value of £65,000 however as some upgrading/redecoration is required the vendor has requested it should be marketed with this in mind.
For viewing arrangements please contact Scottish Property Centre on 01236 758111.
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