£89,750 Offers Over
This is a very well presented middle terrace house built circa 1960s and extending over two storeys. The house is brick built under a pitched roof overlaid with tiles.
The spacious interior is light and airy and is well decorated throughout. The skirtings and architraves are in hardwood and the windows are double glazed in uPVC casements. Heating is by way of electric storage and convector heaters.
The accommodation provided is configured as follows: Entrance Hall with double glazed uPVC front door. From the hall there are timber and glass doors of to the living room and kitchen. Stair to upper floor with hardwood balustrade and under stair recess. The Living Room has a bow window to front and double glazed French doors to the rear garden. Feature fireplace incorporating timber over mantle and living flame coal effect electric fire. The Kitchen is an attractive space with window to rear and double glazed uPVC door to garden. Equipped with a range of cabinets extending at base mounted level with and inset stainless steel sink and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Upstairs from the landing there is access off to three bedrooms and bathroom. Bedroom one is to the rear of the house. This is a double bedroom with a built in wardrobe with mirrored doors. The second bedroom, which our client presently uses as a second sitting room, is to the front of the house and enjoys particularly good view across neighbouring properties towards farmland surrounding the village. This is a reasonable sized bedroom. The third bedroom our client has as a study/home office and this room has a built in cupboard. The third bedroom would be a perfect kiddies room. There is potential for bedrooms 2 and 3 to be adapted to form one space and this in turn would be a spacious double bedroom. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom. With window to rear the bathroom comprises bath with mixer shower over, wash hand basin and WC. The walls and floor are tiled and the ceiling is fitted with down lights.
The garden spaces, extending front and rear, are extremely well kept and established. The front garden comprises a low level ornamental wall with steps and level paved area surrounded by gravel border. The back garden is sheltered and private enclosed by timber paling fence. On two levels the back garden comprises patio area at the immediate rear and from where steps lead up to a gravelled space incorporating borders planted with perennials, alpines and herbaceous plants. At the very top of the back garden is a timber potting shed.
Crosshill is a delightful village situated in rural surroundings in North Carrick approximately 3 miles south east of Maybole. The village has a primary school, small shop, bowling club and pub. Secondary schooling is available in Maybole while a wider range of facilities are available in the county town of Ayr about 11 miles North.
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