£35,000 Offers Over
Situated in the popular town of Shotts with all its amenities and transport services. Quarry Street provides easy access for commuting both to Glasgow and Edinburgh via motorway and transport services.
Independent Estates welcome to the market this deceptively spacious one bedroom upper cottage flat. The property would be ideal for the first time buyer or buy to let investor. Entrance to property via side facing upvc door. Gives access to entrance staircase with fitted carpet and side facing window. Entrance hallway with fitted carpet leads to lounge, kitchen, bathroom, storage cupboard and loft hatch. Front facing lounge with feature fireplace incorporating electric fire. Rear facing fitted kitchen comprising range of base and wall mounted units, ample work surfaces, partially tiled walls, electric oven, gas hob, extractor and lino flooring.
Bedroom one is rear facing with fitted carpet. Bathroom comprises three piece suite including low flush w/c, wash hand basin, bath, partially tiled walls and lino flooring. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout. The property benefits from large side garden which is mainly laid to lawn with timber fencing.
EXTRAS - All floor coverings light fittings and window blinds.
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