£70,000 Offers over
This spacious two bedroom, two public room upper cottage flat in the popular area of Gartlea offers excellent family accommodation. With open views and having the option to be easily converted back into the original three bedroom layout, this property has the potential to appeal to a wide range of buyers. Having been well maintained by the current owners, the property has had the heating, windows and insulation and external walls upgraded in recent years. Internally comprising, spacious front facing lounge the is open plan to the dining room/third bedroom, kitchen off the lounge that has a range of white wall and base units, two generous double bedrooms and modern galley style bathroom. The property also has a driveway for two cars and rear garden space. Must be viewed to be appreciated.
This home enjoys an excellent location close to Airdrie Town Centre, where a variety of local shops cater for everyday requirements. The property enjoys easy access to transport links and is ideally located for travel to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the central belt via the M8 motorway network which connects with the M73 and M74. Schooling is available locally at both primary and senior levels.
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