£69,750 Offers Over
Situated in a terrace close to the railway station and convenient for ASDA, library, bowling green and hospital this is a very well presented end of terrace house. The house was built circa 1910 and extended in more recent times by way of an addition at the rear and formation of a room in the roof.
The interior is in good decorative order, windows are double glazed and central heating is by gas. The house is entered by way of a Vestibule with a double glazed front door. From here a timber/glass door opens through to the Hall from where there is access off to bedroom 1 and the living room. Bedroom 1 has window to the front and is a nicely proportioned double bedroom. The Living Room is to the back of the house. This is a very attractive space having gas fire and staircase off to the upper floor. From the living room there is a door connecting through to the dining kitchen. The Dining Kitchen is very stylish with its red base and wall mounted cabinets and contrasting graphite coloured floor tiles. The kitchen has a window facing side and also an archway connecting through to a small rear vestibule where there is access off the bathroom and uPVC door to back garden. The Bathroom comprises wash hand basin, bath with mixer shower over and WC. The floor is tiled as are the walls around the bath and wash hand basin. The bathroom has rear facing window. Completing the accommodation is the Second Bedroom which is upstairs. This double bedroom is of L shape configuration with Velux windows front and rear. The rear of the house is south facing and the paved garden area is enclosed by timber paling fence and wall. There is a timber shed and gate to a back lane. All in all a lovely property for a first time buyer or for those considering a retirement buy or as a second home. Viewing is highly recommended. The town has an attractive seafront and promenade, working harbour with pontoons for private leisure craft, general hospital, a town centre with a variety of independent and multiple retailers. ASDA have a supermarket in town. Nursery, primary and secondary schools can be found in the town as well as hospital (minor injuries) and Doctors surgery. The town has a library, golf course and bowling club. Girvan is also served by a railway station which provides connections north to Ayr and Glasgow and south to Stranraer. The county town of Ayr is approximately 22 miles and Prestwick Airport about 24 miles.
EER Band F (38)
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