£95,000 Offers over
This luxury retirement flat is in the popular Kingsferry Court development built by McCarthy and Stone. The property is in excellent decorative order throughout and is benefits from an open vantage point to Braehead shopping centre and the residential FerryVillage development, with a health centre, banks and post office all nearby.
The apartment has accommodation comprising; entrance hallway, double bedroom, excellent storage, upgraded walk-in shower room, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances including oven, hob and extractor hood. The lounge is a fabulous 23' long and can comfortably accommodate a dining table. There is also a set of French doors with a Parisian balcony.
The specification also includes; 24-hour Careline points in each main room (inc. personal lanyard), double glazing, electric slimline storage heaters, intruder alarm in all apartments, easy grip lever taps, heated towel rail fitted wardrobe in bedroom,
The development also offers:
Resident house manager
Security entry system
Emergency call system
Lift to all floors
Residents car park
Fire detection equipment
Dining Lounge 23'6 x 10'7
Kitchen 7'7 x 7'4
Bedroom 14'0 to face of wardrobes x 9'0 widest point
Shower room 6'10 x 5'6
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