£149,000 Offers Over
This is a substantial middle terrace house of 1½ storey configuration and built circa early 1900's. The house, which has a distinctive red sandstone frontage is full of character and retains many period features such as original timber doors, skirtings, architraves, impressive timber balustrade, decorative ceiling rose and an inner front door with glass panel featuring hand painted motif .
The house is in a great locality forming a row of similar style properties in a popular street close to Girvan Primary School, Victory Park and Girvan's main street. All other local amenities including Girvan Academy can be found close at hand.
There is a really good balance of accommodation ideally suited to the requirements of day to day family living. The interior comprises: entrance vestibule with uPVC front door and terrazzo floor. The electrical switch gear is found in the vestibule. There is a timber/glass inner door to the hall. From the hall there is access off to the living room, 4th bedroom and dining kitchen cum sitting room. The stair is off the hall. The Living Room , with window to front has decorative rose, alcove and stripped timber floor boards. Moving along the hall the next room is Bedroom 4. Equally this room could be used as a further reception space. This bedroom was adapted by our clients to provide a wet room area and this is formed in one corner of the bedroom. This bedroom has double, glass doors opening through to the dining kitchen space. The Dining Kitchen cum Sitting Room extends along the back of the house and is essentially the hub of this house. The kitchen/dining area enjoys double glazed French doors to the rear garden. There is am impressive timber work surface area which incorporates Belfast sink with open timber shelving above. Across in the sitting room area there is another wood burning stove and a built in cupboard under stair. There is a door off to the utility room. The Utility Room has a window to rear and is equipped with a range of base and wall mounted cabinets and work surface space together with a stainless steel sink and plumbing for automatic washing machine. From the utility room there is a double glazed uPVC door to the back garden. Off the utility room is access to a small store where the central heating boiler is located and from here a door opens through to a Shower Room which in turn comprises window to rear, wash hand basin, w.c. and shower stall with electric shower unit.
Upstairs at mezzanine level there is access to the bathroom which is located to the rear of the house. The Bathroom is a lovely space with two windows to rear and a window to side. The bathroom comprises a free standing slipper bath on claw feet, a w.c., shower stall and wash hand basin. The ceiling over comprises down lights. From the first floor landing there are doors off to the 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is to the front of the house and is a double bedroom with slightly coombed ceiling and feature fireplace with timber over mantle and tiled hearth. The second bedroom is to the rear and is a double bedroom. This has stripped wooden floor and a feature fireplace. From this bedroom there is an attractive aspect across neighbouring properties towards the hills behind town. Rounding the accommodation off is the third bedroom which has a window to font coombed ceiling and stripped timber floor. Bedroom 3 is a smaller single bedroom.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements. Central heating is by way of gas. The interior of the house is nicely presented throughout.
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