£299,000 Fixed price
Situated in the village of Kilmacolm is this stunning contemporary ground floor apartment, part of the newbuild development by OSSIAN, ready for occupation in Spring 2018. To achieve exceptional soundproofing, these apartments are traditionally built with masonary walls and a concrete structural floor, with a timber floating floor on top. With generous proportions designed to suit today’s modern living; the contemporary design incorporates open plan kitchen, dining and an extensive lounge area. The master bedroom has a dressing room and en-suite and thereafter bedrooms two and three benefit from built-in fitted wardrobes and a main bathroom completes the accommodation. The apartment extends to circa 1600 square feet of living space.
The specification extends to; gas central heating system, choice of fitted kitchen, sanitary ware, ceramic tiling, oak doors throughout, off street parking (two spaces) and garden.
Castlehill Road is in a setting to the west of Kilmacolm and is a level walk to the village centre. Kilmacolm has a range of local shops, café, deli, bar and restaurants. There is an excellent local primary school and St Columbas nursery, primary and secondary independent schools are also within the village.
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