£67,500 Offers Over
This is a middle terrace house extending to two storeys and built circa early 1960s. The house is situated in an area where neighbouring properties are of similar style and vintage. The house enjoys a reasonable outlook across an amenity area forming part of Elder Avenue and from the bedroom windows there is a good outlook across neighbouring properties towards Ailsa Craig.
The house comprises: Entrance Hall with double glazed uPVC front door. There is a door off to the living room and also access to a large walk in cupboard where the electrical switch gear is housed. From the hall the stair is off to the first floor. The Living Room is spacious with windows front and rear. This room has a feature fireplace which comprises cast iron and tile fascia with a substantial timber over mantle. From the living room there is a door connecting through to a Rear Vestibule with double glazed uPVC door to back garden and louvre style half doors to kitchen. The Kitchen, with window to rear, is fitted with a contemporary range of base and wall mounted cabinets which extend to incorporate an integrated stainless steel sink. The walls of the kitchen are tiled. Upstairs: Bedroom 1 with double glazed window to front is a double bedroom and has a built in cupboard. Bedroom 2 is to the rear of the house. This is a double bedroom. The third Bedroom has window to front and can fairly be described as a good size single bedroom with two built in cupboards one of which houses the central heating boiler. Rounding off the accommodation is the Wet Room which has a rear facing window and is equipped with WC, wash hand basin and an electric shower unit over the shower corner. Walls are tiled and the floor is waterproofed.
Windows are double glazed in uPVC casements and heating is by way of gas. The exterior has recently been clad for thermal improvement. The house is generally in good decorative order.
There is garden front and rear. The front garden space is enclosed by timber paling fence and comprises paved path to front door and area in gravel. The rear garden is paved for easy upkeep and is enclosed by timber paling fence. From the rear garden there is access out to Rowan Road while from the front garden there is access to Elder Avenue.
Excellent first time buy. Viewing is strongly recommended.
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 C (74)
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