£220,000 Offers over
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This beautiful and atmospheric 4 bedroom Cottage is situated on the quiet Main Street of one of the country's most beautiful villages. Full of personality and character, the property (built around 1697) is one of the oldest Weavers Cottages in the country.
Comprising spacious lounge with feature fireplace, dining kitchen with additional breakfast bar, conservatory/sun lounge, 2 downstairs bedrooms, the larger of which has traditional ceiling beams and fireplace (currently utilised as seperate sitting room), family bathroom, 2 upstairs bedrooms, master with French doors to roof top terrace with stunning views, modern gas central heating and double glazing, attached garage, separate car park, beautiful enclosed gardens with summer house, barbeque decked area.
This house is amazing, the village is beautiful and the lifestyle idyllic.
Glasgow is only 20 minutes away and Kilmarnock less the 10 minutes. Offered for sale at a massive discount to Home Report.
Emigrating owner offers this discount in return for a hassle free sale.
The Home Report Valution on this Property is £281,000
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