£40,000 Offers Around
Now marketed at £25,000 below value stated in the Home Report
This is a middle terrace house built circa early 1900s and extended in more recent times by way of adding accommodation in the roof. The house is brick built under a slated roof. The house is situated in a terrace street where surrounding properties are of similar style and character. This is a good locality affording easy access to the railway station, library, bowling green and ASDA. From this locality all other local amenities are readily accessible.
At the rear of the house there is a There is a good range of accommodation on offer, which extends over ground and first floor and comprising: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door. In the entrance vestibule there is the electrical switch gear. A timber/glass inner door opens in to the hall. From the Hall there is access off to bedroom and archway off to living room. Varnished timber floor. Bedroom 1 is to the front of the house and has a tiled fireplace and varnished timber floor. The Living Room is to the rear and is a good sized space with fireplace, shelved alcove and open tread timber stair to the upper floor. The varnished timber floor continues into the living room. From the living room there is a door off to the kitchen. The Kitchen, which has a side facing window comprises an older range of cabinets mainly at base mounted level. A door to the side affords access to the rear outside space. Off the kitchen there is a small hall from where there is access to the shower room. There is a window to rear in this space. The shower room has window to side and comprises wash hand basin, shower stall with electric shower over and WC.
Upstairs, a small landing provides access to the second and third bedroom. On the landing there is a built in cupboard. From Bedroom 3 there is a reasonable outlook across neighbouring properties towards the hills behind Girvan.
The property is heated by way of electric storage and convector heaters. Windows are mostly double glazed in uPVC casement with the exception of the living room, kitchen and small back hall. The windows in these areas are single glazed in timber casements.
At the immediate rear of the house is a small yard enclosed by way of low level wall. A lane runs behind this terrace row and across the lane and opposite the house is a level area enclosed by fence and hedge which the present owners currently use as a drying green. This level space could afford scope for off street parking. Indeed there is the original concrete footing where once there has been a garage.
This house is well worth viewing.
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 F (29)
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