£168,500 Offers Over
This is an impressive end of terrace house built circa early 1900s and with distinctive red sandstone frontage. The house extends over two storeys with a more recent addition of a conservatory to the rear.
The house is situated close to the sea front and from it's west facing position commands a wonderful view across the boating lake, beach park towards the Firth of Clyde, Arran and the Kintyre Peninsula. There is also a delightful view south along the Ayrshire coast towards distant headlands. The house is conveniently placed for easy access to the harbour and town centre. All other local amenities are readily accessible.
A variety of period features remain including decorative plaster cornice and ceiling roses, doors, skirtings and architraves, impressive timber balustrade and decorative painted glass on the inner entrance door. Windows are double glazed and central heating is by way of gas.
The house has an extremely spacious interior providing a good balance of accommodation arranged over two floors. The interior is arranged as follows: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door, tiled floor and cabinet housing electrical switch gear. Timber/glass inner door with original glass panel with hand painted motif. The hall provides access to the living room, dining room and sitting room and the stair is off. The Living Room comprises bay window to front, stripped timber floor, fire place with distinctive over mantle and multi-fuel stove. The Dining Room has window to rear facing into a small, walled court yard. The Cloak Room is fitted with wash hand basin and WC. The Sitting Room with window to side facing into the small courtyard at the side of the house, has a multi-fuel stove and a double glazed French door into the courtyard. From the sitting room there is access off to the kitchen. The Kitchen is an attractive space with double glazed French doors to the walled and terraced patio to the rear. There is also an archway through to the utility room. The kitchen, with tiled floor, comprises a range of base and wall mounted cabinets which extend to include a breakfast bar with beech work surface. Integrated Belfast sink with mixer tap. The Utility Room has a window facing into the courtyard garden at the side of the house. The floor of the utility room is tiled and there is access through to the conservatory. The Conservatory is double glazed and has a polycarbon pitched and hipped roof over. The conservatory has a tiled floor and there is a double glazed door out to the rear terrace.
Moving upstairs at mezzanine level there is access to the shower room and third bedroom. The Shower Room comprises WC, wash hand basin and shower stall with mixer shower. The shower room, with window to side further comprises a built in linen cupboard with hot water tank, ceiling with down lights, tiled floor and walls tiled to ¾ height. The Third Bedroom situated to the very rear of the house has windows rear and side. From the side window there is a great view south towards distant headlands. Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom.
EER:- Band D (55)
From the main landing there is access off to 3 bedrooms. Bedroom 1 has bay window front and is a good size double room. The very best of the view can be enjoyed from this room. This bedroom has an en suite shower off. The Second bedroom is to the rear, again a double and with recess off comprising wc and wash hand basin. Bedroom 4 has a window to front, a great view. This is a single bedroom.
From the landing there is timber steps which provide access to a large floored attic. The attic is approximately 11'3'' x 18'6'' and has a Velux window rear. The attic may afford further development possibilities.
The walled patio space at the rear is beautifully planted. There is a further outside space at the side of the house, this is walled and laid in gravel and is a real suntrap. This enclosed area is accessed from the sitting room.
A lovely property in a great location.
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