£65,000 Offers over
Refurbished and spacious first floor traditional apartment located on Arthur Street and offering excellent convenience not only to all town centre amenities but also the railway station and major road links. The property has an area of private garden to the rear and viewing reveals a property which will appeal to first and second time buyers plus the buy to let investment purchaser. Viewing reveals: reception hall with walk-in store cupboard with access to the large loft, front facing lounge, separate kitchen with appliances, modern bathroom suite and two bedrooms. There is gas central heating and double glazing. Freshly decorated throughout. A well proportioned traditional property in the heart of the Craft Town of West Kilbride.
Traditional First Floor Apartment
Freshly decorated throughout
Reception hall, front facing lounge
Separate modern kitchen with appliances
2 double bedrooms
Modern bathroom suite
Gas central heating and double glazing
Own area of garden to the rear
Lounge 12'2" x 13'1" (3.7m x 3.99m).
Kitchen 9'10" x 9' (3m x 2.74m).
Bedroom 1 8' x 13'1" (2.44m x 3.99m).
Bedroom 2 8'10" x 9'10" (2.7m x 3m).
Bathroom 6'1" x 13'1" (1.85m x 3.99m).
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