£135,000 Fixed price
6 Redheugh House is a stylish Main Door Duplex-Style Conversion of this former mansion house positioned in a mature, semi-rural setting on the outskirts of the small North Ayrshire town of Kilbirnie which offers superb convenience for the commuter to Glasgow via the near by railway station at Glengarnock or major road links. Viewing reveals: lower reception hall with storage cupboard and connects to both double bedrooms and wc. A staircase leads to the large, feature four piece bathroom suite complete with stand alone bath. The upper level has further storage, the main living accommodation of family lounge with corner turet and pleasant aspects out over the garden grounds. There is an unusually generously-proportioned dining kitchen which is the hub of this highly individual home. The apartment has gas central heating, residents parking and communal garden grounds.
Duplex apartment within former Mansion House
Extensive communal garden grounds, residents parking
Semi rural setting on outskirts of town
Large lounge, massive dining kitchen with appliances
2 double bedrooms,
4 piece bathroom suite plus separate wc
Gas central heating and many inclusions
Sitting Room 16' x 14'10" (4.88m x 4.52m).
Kitchen 16'2" x 16'1" (4.93m x 4.9m).
Bedroom One 15' x 13'6" (4.57m x 4.11m).
Bedroom Two 14'7" x 9'10" (4.45m x 3m).
WC 4'6" x 9'10" (1.37m x 3m).
Bathroom 15'2" x 8'6" (4.62m x 2.6m).
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