£55,000 Fixed Price
This is a substantial two storey house is brick built under a pitched slated roof and with its origins dating from circa early 1950's. The house is in a good residential locality where surrounding properties are of similar style and vintage. This is a good position affording easy access to Victory Park, primary school and academy.
The house comprises: Entrance Hall with double glazed uPVC front door and window to front. The hall provides access to the living room and has stairs off to first floor. Built in cupboard housing electrical switch gear. The Living Room has windows front and rear and is a spacious, light airy room which features a living flame gas fire set on a quartz hearth with quartz facia and timer over mantle. From the living room there is a door connecting through to the kitchen. The Kitchen has a window to rear and a double glazed uPVC door to side. The kitchen is a good space and offers great potential to be refitted and adapted etc.
Upstairs there is a landing which affords access to two bedrooms and the bathroom. There is a side window and ceiling hatch to loft. Bedroom 1 is to the front of the house and this is a large double bedroom with built in cupboard housing the central heating boiler. The Second Bedroom is to the rear. This bedroom is also a double. The Bathroom with rear facing window comprises three piece suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath with mixer shower over.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements. Central heating is by way of gas.
The property sits on a corner suite and consequently has garden extending front side and rear. The garden predominately extends to the front and side and this area is laid in grass surrounded by privet hedge and part timber fence. A paved path runs up to steps which in turn afford access to the front door. The path continues to the side of the house to access the back garden. The back garden is triangular in configuration and is a small area affording easier up keep. There is a brick built outbuilding (in need of some repair) which in a previous life would have been the coal house.
This is a good solid house and would make an ideal first time buy or buy to let opportunity
Girvan provides a range of amenities which include nursery, primary and secondary schooling; community hospital; a town centre with both independent and multiple retailers; ASDA supermarket; 18 hole golf course; attractive seafront and harbour; railway station with connections north to Prestwick Airport and south to Stranraer. Turnberry Hotel and Golf courses are close at hand as is Culzean Castle and Country Park. The county town of Ayr is approximately 22 miles and Prestwick Airport approximately 26 miles. Glasgow is about 56 miles.
EER:- Band D (56)
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