£65,000 Offers over
Situated within the New Farm Loch area of Kilmarnock, this end terraced villa is positioned within a quiet cul de sac and has extensive driveway parking to the front and low maintenance well landscaped gardens to the rear. The property will appeal to a broad sector of the market including first and second time buyers as well as the investing/ buy to let market. Neatly appointed throughout the accommodation on offer comprises: reception hall, front facing lounge, dining sized kitchen with back door access. Upstairs are two good sized bedrooms, the front bedroom with built in wardrobes and completing the accommodation is the bathroom with three piece suite with electric shower over the bath. The property has gas central heating and double glazing. Internally the property is in good order throughout.
MacLaren Place is conveniently positioned for A77 and M77 motorway to Glasgow. There are good local schools within New Farm Loch at both primary and secondary level.
Situated within the New Farm Loch area of Kilmarnock, this end terraced villa is positioned within a quiet cul de sac and has extensive driveway parking to the front and low maintenance well landscaped gardens to the rear. EER BAND D
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