£85,000 Guide price
Occupying a convenient position within the heart of the town centre and close to all major amenities, this is a mid terraced townhouse which is very well suited to family living. 5 Bedrooms all en suite shower rooms. Traditional construction over three floors, under a slate roof and is in good condition throughout. The property displays a range of pleasing features including comfortable, well proportioned accommodation, gas fired central heating, almost full double glazing, dining kitchen, spacious bathroom and attractive internal period finishings. The property also has a small courtyard style drying area to the rear. It is situated adjacent to and amidst a varied range of private residences. The outlook is over same to the front. All amenities are readily accessible including supermarkets, healthcare, primary schooling, indoor leisure pool complex and secondary school. The town of Stranraer is situated in the South West of Scotland and is an important ferry port. The ferry route to Northern Ireland has become very popular and busy in recent years. The restaurant/bar is ideally situated for travellers either before or after their journeys. Mains electricity, water and drainage a.re connected to the property.
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