£118,000 Offers over
Superb example of a modernised and freshly decorated ground floor apartment benefitting from sea views and set within the established Hollywood development which is accessed from the Greenock Road in this popular North Ayrshire coastal town. An ideal property for the retirement market or alternatively a "lock and leave" holiday home viewing reveals: secure entry system with buzzer, reception hall, front facing lounge with direct access to the paved patio area to the front via patio doors, offset dining area, modern fitted kitchen with appliances, two bedrooms and tiled shower room. Electric heating and double glazing. Communal garden grounds which are well maintained plus generous residents parking facilities to the front.
Ground floor apartment with sea views and paved patio
Buzzer entry intercom system
Lounge/dining room with patio doors
Modern fitted kitchen (appliances)
Mid hall, tiled shower room
2 fitted bedrooms
Heating and double glazing
Communal grounds and ample parking
Lounge 17'3" x 17'10" (5.26m x 5.44m).
Dining Area 7'4" x 7'4" (2.24m x 2.24m).
Kitchen 7'3" x 10' (2.2m x 3.05m).
Bedroom One 11'2" x 14'4" (3.4m x 4.37m).
Bedroom Two 10'4" x 16'3" (3.15m x 4.95m).
Shower Room 7'3" x 6'9" (2.2m x 2.06m).
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