£159,500 Offers over
Charming cottage over 2 levels and with own main door entrance. This end terrace mews style cottage was part of this former church successfully converted into a small collection of homes. Internally in excellent condition. Beautiful solid oak kitchen with integrated appliances. Lovely refitted bathroom. The focus of the lounge/diner is the wood burner. There is gas central heating and modern double glazing. Another feature is the private garden. This offers a lovely area to sit on the 2 tiered deck with summer house and enjoy the partial view to the river Clyde. Communal parking for residents. Early viewing is recommended of this immaculate and character home.The ground floor comprises reception hallway, large and attractive lounge/diner with corner positioned wood burner, high quality oak kitchen and fully tiled bathroom. Upper landing leads to 2 bedrooms.
Hall 7'10" x 7'10" (2.39m x 2.39m).
Lounge/Diner 18'1" x 11'11" (5.51m x 3.63m).
Kitchen 7'6" x 7'10" (2.29m x 2.39m).
Bathroom 5'10" x 7'10" (1.78m x 2.39m).
Upper Hall 11'1" x 7'1" (3.38m x 2.16m).
Bedroom 1 9'6" x 20'9" (2.9m x 6.32m).
Bedroom 2 12'5" x 11'1" (3.78m x 3.38m).
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