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The property is entered by way of its own main door which is uPVC/double glazed and affords access to the hall from where there are doors off to the living room, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. There is a built in cupboard within the hall which houses the electrical switch gear. The two Bedrooms can be fairly described as doubles one is to the front the other is to the rear. The rear bedroom has a built in press. The Bathroom comprises bath, wash hand basin and w.c. The walls immediately surrounding the bath are tiled. The Living Room is to the front of the house and it has a tiled fireplace and beside it an alcove with glass fronted cupboard and further cupboard beneath. From the living room there is access off to the Kitchen. The kitchen comprises a variety of units of older vintage, a built in pantry and a double glazed door out to the rear.
The property is double glazed and heating is by way of electric night storage heaters.
There is a lovely front garden which is established and well planted comprising borders, gravel path and lawn. At the rear there is a gravelled area which we understand to be shared in common with the three adjacent proprietors and here is located a row of garages with one of the garages belonging to the property.
The property is situated in the small hamlet of Pinmore which in turn lies in the Assel Valley about 4.8 miles south of Girvan.
This corner of south west Ayrshire is renowed for its contrasting and unspoilt scenery and also its particularly mild climate throughout the year. Although wonderfully rural the locality affords easy access to many of the attractions within the district which include: a variety of attractive hill and coastal walks and cycle trails; the National Trust Culzean Castle and Country Park; Galloway Forest Park which was awarded the prestigious designation as the first Dark Sky Park in the UK; excellent Golf Courses at Girvan, Dailly and the famous Turnberry Links; Loch Doon. There are of course the usual field sports and rivers for fishing the most notable of which in the district is the River Stinchar. The principal town in the district is Girvan. The town has nursery, primary and secondary schooling, a main street with a variety of shops comprising both independent and multiple retailers, an attractive sea front , promenade and working harbour with pontoons for leisure craft. The town also has an ASDA supermarket, general hospital and health centre and a railway station which offers connections north to Ayr and Glasgow and south to Stranraer Harbour.
EER:- Band D (59)
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