£43,000 Offers over
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A uniquely charming one bed cottage which was once the tollhouse for Maybole, the ancient capital of Carrick, and has acc on offer extending to lounge, kitchen, shower room, double bedroom and low maintenance courtyard to the rear.
Entry to the property leads into a small vestibule having real slate flooring and on in to the well proportioned lounge which features double glazed windows to three sides and lovely wooden flooring as well as doorway access to the hall which provides access to the other apartments including the well fitted kitchen offering a range of wall &floor mounted units, electric stove, ceiling spot lights and doorway opening to the rear courtyard. Completing the accommodation are the shower room which also has real slate flooring and suite to include pedestal wash hand basin, WC and a corner shower unit, the double bedroom with feature wooden flooring. The courtyard to the rear is paved and would make an ideal spot to sit and relax on those long summer days to come!
The property further benefits from double glazed windows and gas central heating.
Maybole is approximately 9 miles south of Ayr and overlooks the Southern Uplands with a magnificent view of these rolling hills. The town offers a range of local amenities including shops, schooling, banks &post office and is situated on the main A77 road network linking with Ayr in the north and Girvan in the South making commuting to the central belt fairly straightforward. The town of Ayr offers a more comprehensive range of amenities including supermarket shopping and train station offering a regular service both North and South of the Town. The Ayrshire coastline is synonymous with golf with World Class venues at Royal Troon, Turnberry and Old Prestwick while there are several high quality municipal courses in nearby Ayr and Troon.
EER Band D
A uniquely charming one bed cottage
Once the tollhouse for Maybole, the ancient capital of Carrick.
Lounge 14'8" x 11'1" (4.47m x 3.38m).
Kitchen 12'1" x 6'3" (3.68m x 1.9m).
Shower Room 6'3" x 5' (1.9m x 1.52m).
Bedroom 10'1" x 9'5" (3.07m x 2.87m).
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