£39,950 Offers Over
PRICE REDCUCTION The property offered for sale is a substantial first floor flat situated in a large distinctive former bank building which in turn is positioned in a prominent site on the cornet of Bridge Street with Hamilton Street.
The building was constructed in 1856 and as a whole comprises 3 floors. The building is of stone construction under a pitched and hipped roof overlaid with slate.
The spacious flat comprises: Hall which affords access off to the two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
The Living Room is positioned in the corner of the building and has windows out to Bridge Street and Hamilton Street. From the living room there is a view towards the town square and clock tower. Fire place incorporating cast iron fascia and marble over mantle. Decorative cornice. Kitchen, with windows to rear comprises a range of base units. There is a walk in cupboard off where the central heating boiler is located. Bedroom 1 has a window to front. Bedroom 2 has a window to front and also a walk in cupboard off. This cupboard has a window to front. The Bathroom, with window to side, is a large space comprising bath, wash hand basin & WC.
Windows are single glazed in timber casements. Those windows facing Bridge Street & Hamilton Street are round arched. Central heating would appear to be by way of gas.
The flat is entered by way of entrance vestibule which is on the side of the building just off Bridge Street. From the entrance vestibule there is a door opening through to the stairwell which affords access to the property for sale and the flat situated on the second floor.
The property is in need of general improvement throughout.
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