£59,995 Offers over
This well presented fourth floor apartment comprises of an open plan lounge/kitchen, double bedroom, bathroom and hallway. Warmth is provided by electric heating.
The property will appeal to both the first time buyer and buy to let investor alike, as is being sold fully furnished and with all current landlord safety certificates.
Strude Mill is a former working textile mill built around 1827 and was converted into apartments in 1989. The development benefits from plentiful car parking to the front and rear, lift access to each floor, a refuse chute system, CCTV, full double glazing, secure entry system and an active residents association.
The development is situated in the small Clackmannanshire town of Alva. Alva is situated immediately to the south of the Ochil Hills and is easily accessible to both Alloa and Stirling. The town offers various local shops and leisure facilities, with further amenities and mainline transport hubs available in nearby Stirling.
Lounge - 4.57m x 2.78m
Kitchen - 3.64m x 2.34m
Bedroom - 3.52m x 3.07m
Bathroom - 2.31m x 1.72m
Measurements are approximate and in most cases are taken with a digital/sonic measuring device and are taken to the widest point.
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