£115,000 Offers Over
This is a traditional house, end terrace and predominantly of stone construction under a pitched slated roof. The house will have its origins dating to circa mid 1800's and which in more recent times will have been extended to the rear. This is a good locality convenient for all of Girvan's amenities.
The interior of the house is really spacious providing a excellent balance of accommodation over ground and attic floors.
The house is entered by way of an entrance vestibule which has a double glazed/uPVC front door and hard wood floor. A timber/glass inner door opens through to the Hall from where the hard wood flooring continues and from where there is access off to the Living Room, Sitting Room and Bedroom 1 and Kitchen. The stair is also off the hall providing access to the upper floor. The Living Room is to the front of the house and has a tiled fireplace. The Sitting Room is also to the front of the house with a timber fire surround. From the Sitting Room there is a door connecting through to what is presently used as a Snug. This is a cosy space with double glazed/uPVC door to rear. Equally though this space could be utilised as a 4th bedroom. Bedroom 1 is to the rear of the house and has a window overlooking the garden. The Kitchen is large with two windows to rear and a window to side. In the Kitchen there is ample space to dine and there is a good range of modern base and wall mounted cabinets with integrated hob, oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and automatic washing machine. From the Kitchen there is a rear hall which has a double glazed/uPVC door to the garden and a door off to the Bathroom. There are also two built in cupboards. The Bathroom which has a side facing window is fitted with a bath, wash hand basin and w.c. There is an electric shower over the bath and the walls are fitted with waterproof panelling.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms both with rear facing dormer windows. Both bedrooms have coombed ceilings and fitted cupboards. There is a roomy landing with two built in cupboards and window to front.
Central heating is by way of gas and there are a combination of window styles which comprise single glazed timber sash casements and double glazing in uPVC casements. The interior of the house is well presented and is neat and tidy.
The south facing back garden is a really attractive space and which is walled and predominantly fashioned in lawn.
This is a good property in a good locality.
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 (62)
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