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This is a semi-detached, extended bungalow built circa 1966 and extended in more recent times. The conversion work to the property comprises, loft conversion in 2001 to form two bedrooms and an extension to the kitchen in 2007.
The bungalow sits on a corner site and enjoys an open outlook across the top end of Victory Park towards Girvan Academy. From this locality all local amenities are readily available and it is a particularly good spot for easy access to schooling.
The present owners have lived in the property for 22 years and on viewing this house it is clear to see that this is well maintained property very smartly presented throughout. Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements, central heating is by way of gas and internal doors on the ground floor are in oak.
The house is entered by way of a double glazed uPVC front door into an Entrance Vestibule with terrazzo floor and cupboard housing the electrical switch gear. A double glazed/ uPVC inner door opens through to the Hall from where there is access off to the living room, bedroom, dining room, shower room and kitchen. The hall is fitted with down lights and has hard wood flooring. The Living Room is to the front of the house with views across the top end of the park and academy. The room incorporates a raised marble fireplace with living flame gas fire, the ceiling is fitted with down lights and there is an impressive varnished timber open tread staircase to first floor. The first of the three bedrooms has a bay window to front and this room can be fairly described as a generous double Bedroom. The Dining Room has a window over looking the rear garden and also has a built in cupboard. The Shower Room which has window to rear is fitted with a wash hand basin and wc in vanity unit and has a shower stall with mixer shower. The walls and floor are tiled and the ceiling is in water proof cladding incorporating down lights. Rounding off the accommodation on the ground floor is the spacious Dining Kitchen. There is a window to rear and double glazed door to the back garden. The Kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of base and wall mounted cabinets and ample work surface space is provided with accent lighting over the worktops. There is an integrated hob and extractor canopy together with column mounted double oven. The ceiling is fitted with down lights. The gas central heating boiler is situated in the kitchen.
Upstairs are two Bedrooms both having Velux windows to front and rear. One of the bedrooms has a built in wardrobe.
This property further extends to provide a well kept walled garden. The front space is down in lawn and incorporates border and rockery together with a paved and quartz chipped path leading to the front door. Path way with galvanised gate across leads round to the back garden. The garden at the rear is private and sheltered and incorporates a large paved patio and area of lawn. There are double gates which open into the back garden affording vehicular access. Substantial timber garage approx. 18'8” x 9'8” with up and over door and power.
This property would be an ideal retirement buy but equally would suit perfectly as a family home. In move in condition viewing of this well cared for property is highly recommended
EER: Band E (54)
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